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1/13/2015
The slaughter of French journalists as well as French Jews and Muslims by terrorists is unconscionable and has rightly provoked outrage. All life is sacred and the loss of any life at the hands of killers like those who carried out the shootings in Paris should provoke moral outrage. At the same time, some have asked why the international community and international media are paying so much attention to the tragic attack in Paris within days of the Paris shooting, but only passing attention to Boko Haram's massacre of 2000 people, 61 killed by al-Qaeda in Yemen...... » read more
SpearIt
Fellow
9/10/2014
In the post-9/11 era, debates about the role American prisons play in contributing to “homegrown" or domestic terrorism grow with each passing year. However, much of the debate has been premised on alarmist rationales, political distortions, and plainly faulty analyses. The book, The Spectacular Few: Prisoner Radicalization and the Evolving Terrorist Threat by criminologist Mark Hamm is an attempt to assess the situation in the United States. As this book represents the first that tackles the question of prisoner radicalization...... » read more
Asma Uddin
Legal Fellow
4/25/2014
Is 'hashtag activism' doing enough to stop bad speech about minority communities and affect social change? The tweet is mightier than the sword. Social media campaigns by members of minority communities are responding to racism and stereotyping in the media, and getting results. For instance, last week, Asian American activists launched #CancelColbert in response to an offensive tweet posted by The Colbert Report's Twitter account...... » read more
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...... » 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
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