Posts Tagged “Brussels”

The West’s fluid definition of terror

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The West’s fluid definition of terror

Innocent civilians are murdered and seriously injured everyday in Palestine and throughout the Middle East from terror, but the West always seems to have two standards for suffering, one for themselves and one for the people the West brutalizes. This essay explores the hypocrisy of the West in the aftermath of the terrorism in Brussels and…

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Brussels terrorism and Edjteehad in the West

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Brussels terrorism and Edjteehad in the West

Brussels terrorism and Edjteehad in the West. Culture is another contested area in the history of Islam-West relations. The influence of Islamic culture and civilization on the West is sociologically decisive and irreversible. By Abdennour Toumi The Brussels attacks are but one act in a series of serious threats posed by “homegrown” radicalism from young…

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The Thousand Lights and a Light in Paris

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The Thousand Lights and a Light in Paris

By Abdennour Toumi Paris, France — Paris, known world-wide as La Ville Lumière, is a name well-earned and valid, not only for its fame as a center of intellectualism since the Age of Enlightenment, but also as the seat of inspirational education for students the world over. Countless lights shine to illuminate this sparkling city at…

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