Posted on 14/02/2012 by matisak
Hazma Kashgari even faces a possible death sentence.
Filed under: Middle East, Politics, Society | Tagged: Freedom of Speech, Islam, Kristian Ulrichsen, Lisa Wynn, Politics, Religion, Saudi Arabia, Society, Toby Jones | Leave a comment »
Posted on 05/04/2011 by matisak
But what if he would be somewhere else, for example in the UK.
Filed under: Society | Tagged: Chara Bakalis, David Mead, Eric Heinze, Islam, Law, Quran, Religion, Rodney Austin, Terry Jones, United Kingdom, United States | 1 Comment »
Posted on 08/03/2011 by matisak
Experts: The West should listen to the Muslim women.
Filed under: Middle East, Politics, Society | Tagged: Afghanistan, Human rights, Islam, Jennifer Heath, John Esposito, MENA region, Middle East, Muslim world, Society, Women, women's rights | Leave a comment »
Posted on 21/02/2011 by matisak
Posted on 10/09/2010 by matisak
Of course it is just a speculation. But the fact is America is not ready for a Muslim President.
Filed under: Politics, Society, United States, US politics | Tagged: American Presidency, Barack Obama, Carl Raschke, Christianity, Daniel Dreisbach, Democrats, Douglas Laycock, GOP, Islam, Michael Coulter, Muqtedar Khan, Religion, Republicans, Society, United States, US politics | 1 Comment »
Posted on 27/08/2010 by matisak
Some opinions and ideas.
Filed under: Politics, Society, United States, US politics | Tagged: Barack Obama, Ground Zero, Islam, Michael Ledeen, Mid-term election, Mosque, Religion, Saeed Khan, Society, Tawfik Hamid, US society, Yvonne Haddad | Leave a comment »
Posted on 18/08/2010 by matisak
German authorities closed last week a Hamburg mosque where 9/11 plotters met. According to magazine Time a 2009 report from German Domestic intelligence estimated that there are 45 jihadists in the city with links to other violent Islamic extremists in Germany and abroad.
Filed under: Europe, Politics, Security, Society, Terrorism | Tagged: 9/11, al-Qaeda, Conflicts, Europe, Islam, John Schindler, Reinhard Schulze, Security, Security policy, Terrorism | Leave a comment »