Some pretty dangerous moves.
Islam is a rich and variegated religion. This variation must be taken into account.
Iran’s attempt at moral condemnation is a hard pill to swallow when they themselves have a wealth of human rights violations.
The history Shia-Sunni tensions is not at all what the media would have you think.
Recent milestones in Saudi Arabia for disabled youth, and how those milestones have the potential to make the world a better place.
Are we repeating a failed foreign policy and wasting immense resources (blood and treasure) better spent on challenges of Climate Change, Unemployment, Income Inequality, Education,Economic Growth…?
World involvement in Iraq is critical to saving lives and preventing a destabilized region from erupting into full chaos with disastrous worldwide implications
With just one funny YouTube video, Hisham Fageeh has made a difference in more than one way.
Raif Badawi was originally charged with apostasy, or abandonment of religion, which is a crime in Saudi Arabia that is punishable by the death penalty.
A Boston College study has found that US students are the most sleep-deprived in the world.
A daughter recalls her father’s ragged oaths, then the gentle, intelligent voice letters penned from the other side of the world.
Young American men have sanctioned outlets for rage and rebellion their counterparts in conservative Islam do not.
“I tell my Hispanic brothers that are still serving, don’t let pride get in the way,” Martinez said. “Pride’s going to kill you. Take that warrior mask off and if you need to, get help. Get it in the beginning stages, and not later.”
Things are bad in Egypt. Juju breaks it down.
Saud Bin Abdulaziz Bin Nasir al Saud, a Saudi Arabian prince, was convicted of murdering his servant, Bandar Abdullah Abdulaziz, at a London hotel in February. He’s facing the death penalty, but not for the murder. No, he faces execution because he might’ve been gay. The murdered servant was his alleged partner.
A Year Later, Tea Party Marches On Has it really been a year? Yep, the tea partiers marched on the U.S. Capitol a year ago, delighting Fox News and scaring the heck out of NPR listeners. Yesterday, they were back again in the same spot, rallying before the upcoming midterm elections. The prevailing emotion a…