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Anti-Muslim bigotry is now US law

    Anti-Muslim bigotry is now US law

In 2015, then US presidential candidate Donald Trump called for a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States,” despite this violating a number of provisions of the US

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Saving Jordan: Could Iran and Qatar be the solution?

    Saving Jordan: Could Iran and Qatar be the solution?

On the fifth day of Jordan’s heated protests, Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah went down to the street at night and asked security forces to protect demonstrators and preserve their

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Jordan struggles for survival strategy in shadow of US-Israeli-Saudi axis

    Jordan struggles for survival strategy in shadow of US-Israeli-Saudi axis

In December 2004, King Abdullah of Jordan inaugurated the modern sectarian era by warning the US and Arab allies of

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Is Tariq Ramadan going to get a fair trial in France?

    Is Tariq Ramadan going to get a fair trial in France?

Since 2 February, Tariq Ramadan, one of Europe’s most influential Muslim intellectuals, has been in preventive detention and solitary confinement

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Seven years on: Tunisia’s legacies of neglect

    Seven years on: Tunisia’s legacies of neglect

On Sunday, 17 December, it will be seven years since Mohamed Bouazizi, an informal street vendor from Sidi Bouzid, took his own

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