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Sh Haitham: Does the Taliban Have What It Takes?

Shaykh Dr. Haitham al-Haddad 20 Min Read

The real challenge is not getting into power, but genuinely maintaining it, writes Sh Haitham al-Haddad.

The US is suffering a legitimacy crisis in the Middle East

Lukman Harees 11 Min Read

Is the killing of Sulaimani a sign of weakening US influence in the Middle East?

US vs Iran: The Need for Balance

Ahmed Hammuda 14 Min Read

Emotions are running high as tensions between Iran and the US escalate. In these circumstances, let us return to reason and composure

What is Saudi’s Problem with Qatar?

Editor 3 Min Read

Following Saudi Arabia and six other countries (Bahrain, Egypt, the Maldives, the United Arab Emirates, Libya and Yemen) severing diplomatic ties with Qatar, Saudi Arabia has issued 10 demands they expect Qatar

Fallujah, the Gaza of Iraq

Abdullāh Ladadwi 11 Min Read

Al Fallujah, Starving between a Rock and a Hard Place In a desperate letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, the 'Arabic European Center of Human Rights and International Law' reports that

Critique of ‘Jihadi John: The Making of a Terrorist’

Dr. Asim Qureshi 22 Min Read

The Muhammad Emwazi I met in 2009 was indeed a polite and friendly young man as the author Robert Verkaik and many others attest to, but by the summer of 2014 he