Added on 26/09/2012
Rob L. Wagner
Charlie Hebdo , East Asia , France , Innocence of Muslims , Islam , Media outlets , Middle East , President , Salman Rushdie , South Asia , The New York Times , UN Court , United States
ROB L. WAGNER: In France they have laws to deal with hate speech but they’re applied inconsistently. In many ways France is a good example to other countries
Added on 17/09/2012
Rob L. Wagner
Afghanistan , America , Anders Behring Breivik , Bloomberg , Columbia University , East Asia , Egypt , Egypt Protests , Google+ , Iraq , Islam , Libya , Middle East , Norway , South Asia , The New York Times , The Washington Post , United States , US government , US Supreme Court , Yemen
ROB L. WAGNER: The makers of the film have been clear about their intentions in making it – to incite violence. What rights should they have?
Added on 15/09/2012
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism
Central Asia , China , East Asia , Facebook , James Stavridis , Middle East , North Atlantic Treaty Organization , Social Media , Social networking , Taliban , United States
TBIJ: As the fight against terrorism moves from the real battlefield to the cyber battlefield a whole new array of issues are going to have to be managed.
Added on 06/07/2012
Susan Al Shahri
Arabian Gulf , China , Dhofar , East Asia , Food and Drink , Google+ , Oman , Scotland , the Heritage
SUSAN AL SHAHRI: The first drops of rain tell me that the Dhofar Festival is not far away. If you’re up for the weird it’s a great destination
Added on 11/05/2011
Common Ground News Service
Afghanistan , Al Qaeda , America , Barack Obama , Common Ground News Service , East Africa , East Asia , Egypt , Europe , Iraq , Islam , Journalist , Middle East , Mona Eltahawy , New York , North Africa , Osama Bin Laden , Qatar , Robert Fisk , Search for Common Ground , Shadi Hamid , South Asia , Taliban , The Wall Street Journal , Tunisia , United States , White House
SYDNEY SMITH: Most Muslims, it appears, are relieved that bin Laden is gone but how do they deal with the prejudice and suspicion engendered by his deeds?
Added on 06/02/2011
Army , Cairo , East Asia , Egypt , Egypt Protests , Gaza , Journalist , Mubarak , Omar Suleiman , Phil Weiss , President , Saudi Arabia , spy chief , Tahrir Square
AHMED MOOR, MONDOWEISS: Having been picked up in Tahrir Square and beaten up by the Mukhabarat last week Ahmed Moor returns and reports on the mood among protesters.