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Why Did Protests Erupt In Iran? By Ahmad Sadri: New Age Islam's Selection, 03 January 2018

Palestinians Are Watching Saudi Arabia Closely

By Adnan Abu Amer

Is It Time To Concede In Libya?

By Dr. Azeem Ibrahim

EU Is Fighting For Its Life, Soul and Long-Term Survival

By Yossi Mekelberg

Egypt and Sudan — From Brothers to Adversaries

By Mohammed Nosseir

A British Spy among Kurds in Iraq

By Murat Yetkin

Trajectories Of The 2018 US Policy In The Middle East

By Shehab Al-Makahleh

Happy New Year To Iran And Western Media

By Mashari Althaydi

Compiled By New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

What Will Become Of The ‘Second Lebanese Uprising’? By Eyad Abu Shakra: New Age Islam's Selection, 13 November 2017

How Iran Tried To Turn Arab States Into Fading Ghosts

By Amir Taheri

Will Lebanon Become Saudi's Next Yemen?

By Halim Shebaya

Lebanon Could Be On The Brink Of Another Uprising

By Eyad Abu Shakra

Corruption Is Corrosive, And Saudi Arabia Is Right To Fight It

By Abdel Aziz Aluwaisheg

Saad Hariri’s Resignation Highlights Hezbollah’s Malignant Role In Lebanon

By Baria Alamuddin

Egypt Beware: Daesh Militants Who Survive Will Have To Go Somewhere

By Abdellatif El-Menawy

The Trump-Putin Meeting Will Not End The Syrian Crisis

By Abdulrahman Al-Rashed

Compiled By New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

The Rohingya crisis is now genocide and we must recognize it as such : New Age Islam’s Selection 06-11-2017

Interpol and Turkey’s fight against the Gülenists

By BARÇIN YINANÇ

Is sexual harassment really difficult to understand?

By Suzanne Moore

Stability will not come easily to Saudi Arabia, but the status quo cannot continue

By Michael Stephens

Saudi's bold moves will stir change in the region

By Talmiz Ahmad

Here are the options for war with Iran, and how to avoid it

By Abdulrahman Al-Rashed

Compiled by New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

The defeat of ISIS may not correspond to victory for women: New Age Islam’s selection 06-11-2017

The defeat of ISIS may not correspond to victory for women

By Hazem Saghieh

Hezbollah, Iran and dying for a tomb

By Yahya Alameer

Is Lebanon on the verge of another conflict?

By Halim Shebaya

How 'humanitarian technology' can help deal with Rohingya crisis

By Md Saimum Reza Talukder

Anti-corruption purge in Saudi was long overdue

The Khaleej Times

We must adapt our democracy to the information age – or suffer a new totalitarianism

By Juliet Samuel

Compiled by New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

Demise of ISIS, new Syrian constitution and future proxy wars: New Age Islam’s Selection 04-11-2017

Saudi crown prince is a force for moderation, unlike Tehran

By Dr. Majid Rafizadeh

The New York attack shows America still has no idea how to fight home-grown extremism

By Haras Rafiq And Muna Adil

On sexual harassment we men need to be clear: the problem is not women, it’s us

By Jonathan Freedland

Rescuing society from the hijacking of enlightenment

By Fahad Suleiman Shoqiran

The wrong question of when will a ‘Muslim Luther’ come

By Mamdouh AlMuhaini

Has ‘Sahwa’ ended in Saudi Arabia?

By Mashari Althaydi

Arms and empowerment: Why Canada’s feminism falls short

By Rafia Zakaria

Israel beats the drums of war

By Maria Dubovikova

Publicising the plight of journalists

By Leon Willems

Compiled by New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

Religious Actions Speak Louder Than Words: New Age Islam's Selection, 03-11-2017

This sexual harassment scandal is only getting started, and it could bring down Theresa May

By Tom Harris

Facebook and rest of social media forced to mend ways

By Abdulrahman al-Rashed

Jail Killing Day

By The Daily Star

How Balfour's blunder ruined Palestinian lives

By Simon Mabon

Lifting the ban on women driving: Why now?

By Layan Damanhouri

For some men, rape just isn’t a big deal

By Emma Brockes

When 37% of children are brought up poor, that’s a national humiliation

By Polly Toynbee

Compiled by New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

Fight Extremist Ideology to Prevent Attacks : New Age Islam's Selection, November 2, 2017

A new era: Women allowed in Saudi stadiums

By Mashari Althaydi

A new era: Women allowed in Saudi stadiums

By Mashari Althaydi

Rohingya problem is neither a border nor a law and order issue

By Brig Gen Shahedul Anam Khan ndc, psc (Retd)

Donald Trump’s reaction to terror? To make America terrified again

By Simon Jenkins

We must end the terror double standards

By Moustafa Bayoumi

I Want ‘Allahu Akbar’ Back

By Wajahat Ali

Compiled by New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

Can the ‘hunter’ bring peace to northern Iraq?: New Age Islam's Selection, November 1, 2017

The myth of a military coup in Myanmar

By Dr. Azeem Ibrahim

A country in denial over 100 years of betrayal

By Chris Doyle

Granting citizenship to Saudi women's expatriate sons

By Maram Makkawi Al-Watan

Compiled by New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 
Gender Equality Still a Far Cry
New Age Islam Edit Bureau

Gender Equality Still a Far Cry

Palestinian reconciliation ... anew!

By Hussein Shobokshi

Complicity in the sexual abuse of women is built in to the heart of our politics

Suzanne Moore

Stop letting powerful men silence victims with confidentiality agreements

By Brad Hoylman

Little value of human Life

The Daily Star Net

"Khamarbari"— destruction of a heritage site

By Adnan Morshed

Prolonging the Rohingya crisis will work to China's disadvantage

By Ruby Amatulla

Egypt’s capital expenditure is in the wrong place

By Mohammed Nosseir

How Israel exports its oppression to America

By Ramzy Baroud

What is behind Iran's war on the BBC?

By Massoumeh Torfeh

Syria: Should Astana negotiations be expanded?

By Christian Chesnot

Compiled by New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

Time to Restrict the President’s Power to Wage Nuclear War – New Age Islam’s selection, 13 September 2017

Aung San Suu Kyi is choosing politics over human dignity

By Azeem Ibrahim

ISIS strategy of ‘death by a thousand cuts’

By Christian Chesnot

How segregated America made Trump inevitable

By Donald Earl Collins

What that airstrike in Hama means (and what it does not)

By Osama Al-Sharif

Refugee protection, Rohingyas and Modi-fied India

By C R Abrar

Israel tries to win Syrian hearts and minds to keep Hezbollah away

By Loveday Morris

Wake up and smell the coffee

By Tariq A. Al-Maeena

Hurricane Irma has devastated British territories – so why such little aid?

By Rupert Jones

US and Europe mull ways to bring Turkey into line

By Murat Yetkin

Compiled by New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

Big Oil, Failed Democracy and the World’s Shame in Myanmar: New Age Islam’s selection, 12 September 2017

Will Iran do it the North Korean way?

Mashari Althaydi

Is Hamad bin Khalifa obstructing Qatar’s return to Gulf fold?

Sawsan Al Shaer

The 'War On Terror' Has Won

By Charles Davis

Was Hezbollah-backed deal with Daesh a jab at Lebanese army?

By Nicholas Blanford

So Many Libyan Peace Plans, So Little Peace

By Saudi Gazette

Escape from Hurricane Irma was not an option for most of us in the Caribbean

By Gabrielle Thongs

Remembering the Disappeared

By Ariel Dorfman

Compiled by New Age Islam News Bureau

 

Marshalling pressure on Myanmar: New Age Islam’s selection, 11 September 2017

Slavery in the US prison system

By David A Love

Lesson for America in the eye of the storm

By Joseph E. Stiglitz

How will the crisis with Europe end?

By Deniz Zeyrek

A failed saint

By Selina Mohsin

Israel and the battles of the screen!

By Hussein Shobokshi

Modi’s problems, opposition’s opportunity

Saudi Gazette

President Trump’s War on Science

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

On justice as journalists, politicians are in jail

By Murat Yetkin

Compiled By New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

Of course British Muslims are being held back. This is an Islamophobic country

By Shaista Aziz

Omar al-Somah - between sports and politics

By Mashari Althaydi

The harrowing prospects of soft Hindutva

By Kuldip Nayar

North Korea: The Kims’ cheat-and-retreat game

By Amir Taheri

Israel is forging its role with fire

By Diana Moukalled

The grooming of girls in Newcastle is not an issue of race – it’s about misogyny

By Chi Onwurah

We need more government, not less in difficult times

By Fareed Zakaria

Russia’s Fake Americans

By The Editorial Board

Trump’s fascist contagion gives the anti-Brexit cause what it lacked: an emotional heart

By Jonathan Freedland

Australia's monumental errors

By Karen Wyld

Would Qatari crisis last two years?

By Salman al-Dosary

Compiled by New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

Is There Any End To The Plight Of Rohingyas?: New Age Islam’s Selection, 08 September 2017

Trump cut a deal with the Democrats. Is a new era upon us?

By Ross Barkan

Modi misses opportunity to be a true statesman

By Bikram Vohra

We are ready to boycott Qatar for 700 days

By Mohammed Al-Hammadi

North Korean nukes and the Iranian nexus

By Faisal Al-Shammeri

Aung San Suu Kyi does not deserve the Nobel Peace Prize

By Hamid Dabashi

A ‘truly credible election’ in Syria? The UN envoy is dreaming

By Sharif Nashashibi

A major game-changer of alliances in the Middle East

By Maria Dubovikova

Trump is not fearless, he is just insecure

By EJ Dionne Jr (Wide Angle)

Turkey at a crossroads

Saudi Gazette

Britain’s clampdown on FGM is leaving young girls traumatised

By Nadifa Mohamed

The murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh shows India descending into violence

By Mari Marcel Thekaekara

Britain is no longer a civilised country – the UN’s disability report confirms it

By Frances Ryan

The Book That Made Us Feminists

By Carol J. Adams

Is it already time to sit at the table with Syria’s al-Assad?

By Ertugrul Özkök

Compiled by New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

Let's Open Our Hearts to The Suffering Rohingya New Age Islam’s Selection, 07-09-17

Trump is just a decoy for the Palestinians’ real enemies

By Ray Hanania

Amr Khaled and the stardom of preaching

By Mashari Althaydi

Peace with North Korea is still possible

By Richard Javad Heydarian

Britain can control immigration. What drives this debate is nasty politics

By Simon Jenkins

The downtrodden Arabs the world ignores

By Khalaf Ahmad Al-Habtoor

Why Egypt’s soft power has dwindled away

By Mohammed Nosseir

The poor state of our higher education

By Namia Akhtar

Remembering Saleh Chowdhury: A journalist and freedom fighter

By Manzoor Ahmed

With Assad back in control, Syria is getting rid of Daesh

By Liz Sly

Sadiq Khan is right: only London can solve its own housing crisis

By Jonn Elledge

We must act fast to stop far-right groups targeting military personnel

By Jacob Davey

Bahrain is buying arms in London – and my family is paying the price

By Sayed Alwadaei

Immigrants Shouldn’t Have to Be ‘Talented’ to Be Welcome

By Masha Gessen

Guatemala’s Democratic Crisis Point

By Anita Isaacs

Technology industry is being politicized

By Ersu Ablak

Compiled by New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

Take away Aung San Suu Kyi’s Nobel peace prize. She no longer deserves it: New Age Islam's Selection, 06 September 2017

Why didn’t the US shoot down North Korea’s missile? Maybe it couldn’t

By Joshua Pollack

Nobel peace laureate Suu Kyi and ethnic cleansing

By Saudi Gazzette

The reality of confronting Kim Jong-Un

By Abdulrahman al-Rashed

US supports Kuwait emir’s role in mediating Qatar crisis

By Sigurd Neubauer

How Israel’s cynical culture minister plays politics with art

By Yossi Mekelberg

Russia is here to stay and it’s not all bad

By Osama Al-Sharif

Donald Trump's flawed South Asia policy

By Mahmood Hasan

Combating hatred with history

By Guy Verhofstadt

Does the media want to be free or feel secure?

By John Lloyd

Donald Trump needs a united front with China against North Korea – not a petty trade war

By CON COUGHLIN

Traditional religion may be on the wane, but spirituality remains part of the human condition

By JONATHAN SACKS

Turkey’s half-century EU bid should not be sacrificed to German election

By Serkan Demirtas

Toward a resource efficient and pollution-free Asia-Pacific

By Shamshad Akhtar

Compiled by New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

Coups Have Consequences — Including Making More Room for Islam: New Age Islam's Selection, 27 July 2016

Coup in Turkey Has US Fingerprints on It

By Will Hickey

Decoding the Turkish Coup

By Professor Ozay Mehmet

The Challenge before Us

By Mahfuz Anam

Compiled By New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

Turkey Falls Under Boot of Dictatorship: New Age Islam's Selection, 07 March 2016

Tolerance in Bangladesh

Robert Watkins

Elections in Iran : A lesson for the powerful, the disempowered

Ali Sadrzadeh

Compiled by New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

More Than an African Problem: New Age Islam's Selection, 10 February 2016

Fears Are Growing Of Fresh Hostilities in Gaza

The Economist

A Smuggler’s-Eye View of Turkey’s Effort to Stop the Migrants

The Economist

The South Asian Tic-Tac-Toe

By Rubana Huq

Compiled By New Age Islam Edit Bureau

 

India and Pakistan Must Unite against Terror: New Age Islam’s Selection, 18 January 2016

Eradicating the Scourge of Racism

By Sabria S. Jawhar

Understanding the Saudi Stance

Saad Al-Dosari

The Enduring Legacy of Operation Desert Storm

By Ibrahim Al-Marashi

The Dawn of a New Iran

By Hamid Dabashi

Educating Europe’s Refugees as Important as Feeding Them

By Abdulrahman Al-Rashed

 


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