Added on 10/07/2012
Al Ahram , Egypt , Islam , MP , Muslim Brotherhood , public prosecutor , Salafi , Salafists
DANIEL M. VARISCO: Ali Wanis needn’t worry. If the example of U.S. Christian fundamentalists were to be replicated he may have a big career ahead.
Added on 22/02/2012
Rania Al Malky
Alexandria , Christians , Egypt , Freedom and Justice Party , Justice Party , MP , Muslim Brotherhood , New Year's Day , Orthodox Catholic Church , Salafi Al-Nour Party , United States
RANIA AL MALKY: Muslim residents attacked the home and shops of Coptic tailor, Murad Girgis following a relationship between him and a Muslim woman.
Added on 15/02/2012
Conservative Party , Democracy , Elections , Emir , Guantanamo Bay , Iraq , Kuwait , Kuwaiti Government , MP , Prime Minister , United States , US Federal Reserve
DAVID ROBERTS: Until these groups can come together bitter arguments, recriminations and stalled political and economic sectors will typify Kuwait.
Added on 31/12/2011
Shelina Zahra Janmohamed
Emir , IBM , Media coverage , MP , President , Print media , Qatar , Sheikha Mozah , Social Media , Turkey , United Kingdom
SHELINA ZAHRA JANMOHAMED: Usually, in an economic downturn heels go up as consumers turn to more flamboyant fashion as a means of escape…
Added on 09/07/2011
Abu Dhabi , Bahrain , Crown Prince , Democracy , Emir , Foreign Affairs , Gulf News , Iran , Kuwait , Kuwait’s Parliament , Minister of the Interior , MP , Prime Minister , Reuters , Sabah Al Sabah , Saudi Arabia , Shiaa , Spy , Tehran
DAVID ROBERTS: Kuwait’s Parliament is undergoing another crisis. What are the key issues which so frequently flare-up and cause such anguish?
Added on 17/06/2011
Abu Dhabi , Dubai , Media , MP , the Daily Mail , Twitter , United Arab Emirates , United Kingdom
ALEXANDER MCNABB: This distortion of expressed opinion coming, let us not forget, from those who purport to give us ‘context and analysis’…
Added on 28/05/2011
Culture Secretary , DOJ , G8 , Internet , Microsoft , MP , Nicolas Sarkozy , President , Twitter
ALEXANDER MCNABB: Regulating the Internet in the name of privacy and responsibility is all very well, but we also have to be wary of regulating discourse.