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SpearIt
Fellow
2/3/2014
In the last decade, politicians and analysts have clamored about the “danger” and “threat” posed by Islam in American prisons. Yet these characterizations sit in tension with several decades of sustained Islamic outreach in prison to support inmate rehabilitation and re-entry. They also sit in tension with the fact that since the 1960s, Muslims have been proactive about using American courts to deal with disputes and grievances. Today, Muslims are arguably the most proactive litigants among religious followers in prison.... » read more
Azeem Ibrahim
Fellow
10/6/2013
Washington should welcome the split between the al-Qaeda jihadists and the moderate opposition and seize the moment to build the FSA into an effective force. The short-sightedness of US policies to date has produced the terrible situation in Syria and the US hopefully still has time to catch up.... » read more
10/1/2013
A modest proposal for more effective U.S. assistance for India’s burgeoning security problem.... » read more
9/12/2013
The appeal to American credibility as a reason for striking was always weak and with dwindling support behind military intervention the argument has been exposed as vacuous.... » read more
9/3/2013
Democracy Now!'s Amy Goodman interviews Fellow Fawaz A. Gerges on impending U.S. intervention in Syria.... » read more
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