Day: April 13, 2018

Can Muslim Feminism Find a Third Way?

Source: The Washington Post By Ursula Lindsey Ms. Lindsey lives in Rabat, Morocco and co-hosts the BULAQ podcast. April 11, 2018 RABAT, Morocco — Last month, Asma Lamrabet, a well-known Moroccan feminist, resigned from her position at the Mohammedan League of Scholars, where she headed a center of women’s studies in Islam. […]


Source: First Things by George Weigel The annals of sycophancy are, alas, replete with examples of churchmen toadying to political power. Here in the United States, we’ve seen too much of that among certain evangelical leaders recently. In today’s Sycophancy Sweepstakes, however, it’s hard to top Kirill, Patriarch of Moscow and […]

The Jewish State Has a Special Duty to Defend Syrians

Source: The New York Times By Ronen Bergman Mr. Bergman is the author of “Rise and Kill First: The Secret History of Israel’s Targeted Assassinations.” April 12, 2018 TEL AVIV — On Wednesday, Israel observed Yom Hashoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day. It is one of the most important days on the country’s calendar, […]