Posts Tagged “Radical Islam”

Democracy reinforced under Turkey’s Erdogan

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Democracy reinforced under Turkey’s Erdogan

Democracy reinforced under Turkey’s Erdogan My column this week in the Arab News speaks to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, truly one of the few real Democratic leaders in the Middle East standing up to rising religious extremism from Muslims in the Arab World, Christians in the West and Jews in radical Israel. A referendum he…

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“The Mosque in Morgantown” explores hurdles facing Islam

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“The Mosque in Morgantown” explores hurdles facing Islam

New documentary The Mosque in Morgantown explores challenges facing Islam Brittany Huckabee’s documentary The Mosque in Morgantown airs on Tuesday, February 16, 2016, at 8 p.m. on WORLD Channel (check local listings), as part of the fourth season of America Reframed, public media’s newest documentary series hosted by Natasha Del Toro. The film is part of…

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Egypt and the need to overcome Radical Islam, a 1984 re-do

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Egypt and the need to overcome Radical Islam, a 1984 re-do

The truth is that President Al-Sisi of Egypt can move his nation forward both as a strongman and as a hero of the Arab Spring by learning the lessons of past failures of Democracy in the Middle East and understanding that George Orwell’s book 1984 cast tyranny in the wrong way. By Ray Hanania In the…

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