Tag: DICTATOR

Is the Arab Spring Dead or Alive? | Unscripted #73

In this week's Unscripted podcast we are joined by two special guests with a deep understanding of the topic: Jalal Ouerghi, a leader of Tunisia's ruling Ennahda Party; and Anas Altikriti, founder and CEO of the Cordoba Foundation think-tank.

No Divine Right to Dictatorship

The Syrian revolution was NOT khuruj

Turkey Votes to Redraw History

The new system will “make Turkey stronger and more stable. This is what frightens Europe.”

Preventing Terrorism Requires Radical Change

Dilly Hussain offers a radical plan for reducing the "Islamist terror threat" to the West. But is it too big a cost for the ruling classes?

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Anniversary: When Democracy Died in Egypt

Today marks the fourth anniversary of the military coup d’état against Egypt’s first and last democratically-elected president in modern times, President Mohamed Morsi...

How to react to the death of President Karimov

Qatāda b. Rib’i reported that the Messenger (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) said: “…(the death of) a wicked person relieves the people, the land, the trees, (and) the animals from him.” President Islam Karimov of Uzbekistan, who was responsible for gross abuses towards human beings and excessive persecution of Muslims

Are Muslims anti-democratic subversives or champions of a more democratic way?

Are Muslims anti-democratic subversives or champions of a more democratic way? Under a dictatorship it is clear that the ruler is in full control of where the nation is going and how to get there. Any attempt to change the ruler is suppressed and no one expects they have the

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Time to Devour the ‘Hero’ they created from a Minion

Click to sign petitions to ban Sisi from entering the UK – Parliament – Avaaz In an Islam21c exclusive, a member of President Morsi's Government, and secretary of Foreign Affairs for the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party, Mohamed Soudan gives an inside look into the psychological siege that is constricting Sisi. Time

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Nine Steps to Jackassing a Nation

Nine Steps to Jackassing a Nation Part 1 Weather reports are indicating that the Sahara desert is being turned into a huge ice rink. Reports suggest that it has frozen over due to the huge air waves generated by the flock of flying monkeys that have been commuting east for