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November 2012 Archives

Protests Grow in Egypt

posted by Suzy Shuraym

“Egypt’s judges have called for a nationwide strike in protest against a decree by President Mohamed Morsi granting himself extensive new powers.” Read more on Al Jazeera here: “Egypt judges call for nationwide strike”

Protests Continue in Egypt

posted by Suzy Shuraym

Although there are street protests, the business community also is objecting to Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi’s decree that gave him virtually absolute power. Here’s more: Egypt’s Stocks Tumble as Protests Over Morsi Decree Continue

Morsi’s New Powers

posted by Suzy Shuraym

‘”We are facing a historic moment in which we either complete our revolution or we abandon it to become prey for a group that has put its narrow party interests above the national interest,” the liberal Dustour Party said in […]

Life as an Arab in Israel

posted by Suzy Shuraym

“Arabs in Israel are not part of the public discourse on how the country is and will be shaped. “Polls in recent years have stopped polling Arabs, specifically mentioning that polls reflect Jewish opinion.” Read more here: “What Does It […]

Previous Posts

NYPD Stops Routine Surveillance of Muslims
It's about time! The New York Police Department has shut down its controversial Muslim surveillance program. As reported on The Huffington Post, the decision "comes amidst two federal lawsuits against the NYPD's secretive Demographics Unit, and is the first major indication Police Commissioner

posted 12:51:09am Apr. 16, 2014 | read full post »

Russia vs. Islam?
Writing in an OpEd piece for the New York Times, Vali R. Nasr comments, "Russia’s problems with Muslim societies are bigger than the West’s. Some of its restless Muslim regions are turning to extremism; that is why Russia has always looked at the Arab Spring with suspicion, fearing that successf

posted 2:33:30am Mar. 11, 2014 | read full post »

"Innocence of Muslims"
"Google must take down a controversial anti-Muslim video on YouTube that sparked protests across the Muslim world because keeping it on the website violates the rights of an actress who sued after she was duped into appearing in the film," reports Howard Mintz of the San Jose (California) Mercury Ne

posted 10:35:30pm Feb. 26, 2014 | read full post »

Gender Segregation
Religious Freedom, Secular Forum, penned by Kenan Malik and printed in The New York Times discusses a topic that has come up many times in non-Muslim-majority countries: "Should gender segregation be allowed in Muslim public meetings." Please note that we're not talking about gender segregation i

posted 2:34:21am Jan. 14, 2014 | read full post »

Richard Dawkins is Not an Islamophobe
"The fact [Richard] Dawkins presents – that so few Muslims have won Nobel Prizes — does raise legitimate questions that Dawkins himself addresses in a blog post about the controversy he stirred up by his tweet. He points out that in view of the grandiose claims advanced by some Muslims for the

posted 9:00:04pm Dec. 09, 2013 | read full post »


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