An eminent journalist connects American anti-Muslim rhetoric to U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.
Understanding Turkey’s diplomatic moves post-2011 by looking back to the Ottoman conception of ittihad-i Islam
Scholar Bassam Tibi proposes that Muslims can be fully assimilated as Europeans without compromising their religious beliefs.
Scholar Lila Abu-Lughod on the real obstacles facing women in the Islamic World.
Does religion cause violence? Or is it just our human nature?
The rise of the Islamist movement in Egypt.
After the Arab Spring, the rise of Islamists stirred social polarization in many countries. The most potent Islamists today are the jihadists who have seized control of territory through extreme violence. Can political Islam be reconciled with secular modernity?
Religious scholar Hamza Yusuf discusses the arc of Islamic civilization, the causes of Middle East conflict, and running the first Muslim liberal arts college in the United States.