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Why are the Arabs deaf to Gazan pleas?

In recent weeks, we have once again been seeing the images of destruc, death, smoke and fire with Palestinian residents of Gaza wandering about in the ruins of what once was their neighborhood. “Where are the Arabs?” they have asked the television cameras, aiming with two words in Arabic the blades of sharp, enraged criticism […]

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Women Form A Negative View Of Other Women More Quickly Than Men Do Of Men

Source: Forbes By Peggy Drexler Contributor: I write about gender, work and the modern family. I wrote about the increase in the numbers of “queen bees” in the workplace, women who aim to undermine or push aside their female employees out of insecurity, competitiveness, or some inherent unwillingness to help other women. As more and more females […]

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Perspective: A Vibrant Islamic Caliphate (Khilafat) Has Existed for the Past Century

Source: By Tayyab Pirzada With the declaration of a global ‘Caliphate’ by the Islamist group “Islamic State of Iraq and Syria” (ISIS) now known simply as “Islamic State”, questions probably arise in the Western minds of what actually constitutes a Caliphate and what it means for the Muslim World. A caliphate is seen as a direct […]

Are India's Muslims a minority?

Minister in Hindu nationalist BJP government says Muslims are not minority causing controversy on status of community. Only a day after the Indian government led by the right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party leader Narendra Modi took oath of office, Najma Heptullah, the new minister of minority affairs made an unusual statement. While some were surprised, even […]


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