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Date: 6/1/2010

An "authentic" Islamic education may be part of the solution rather than the problem in the effort to tackle Muslim radicalization. Reducing the motivation for Muslims to radicalize in the first place comprises the main objective of the Scotland-based SOLAS Foundation. By educating young Muslims in authentic Islam, the SOLAS Foundation enables them to recognize any radical interpretations that they may come upon in the future by means of several cheap, sim ... » read more

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Date: 5/30/2010

Failed Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad says he was driven by anger over dozens of unmanned drone attacks that he witnessed during his most recent five-month visit to his home in Pakistan. That seems a plausible enough motive, particularly since he joins a growing list of homegrown U.S. terror suspects who have cited the escalation of U.S. military operations on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border in general, or in the drone attacks in particular. They include U.S. resident Najibullah Zazi, the A ... » read more

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Date: 5/19/2010

President Obama’s recent summit on entrepreneurship in the Muslim world demonstrated that governments and entrepreneurs can and must work together to create opportunity. Governments are often perceived as obstacles to entrepreneurship, not necessary partners. This is understandable given the bureaucratic hurdles entrepreneurs must overcome while growing their enterprise. The Arab and Muslim world is having its own conversations about governments and entrepreneurship. In March Dubai hosted the ... » read more

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Date: 3/29/2010

‘You’re tired of talking about this, aren’t you?” It’s been several months since the Swiss shocked Europe by passing a constitutional amendment to ban the building of minarets. Yet again, issues related to Muslims have revealed the ugly side of Europe. Frankly, it’s getting tiring pointing it out. But it took on a new resonance when the US state department, in its latest collection of human rights reports, drew attention to this phenomenon sweeping Europe. That the ban took place in ... » read more

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Date: 12/14/2009

A Conversation about Pakistan and the United States' Relations with the Muslim World December 14, 2009 HASSAN ABBAS: During your recent visit to Pakistan, you won the hearts of many through your courageous outreach -- visiting Badshahi mosque, participating in television talk shows, interacting with students at country's premier educational institution Government College Lahore, and most importantly going to the mausoleum of Mohammad Iqbal, the poet-philosopher who gave the idea of Paki ... » read more

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