Crikey September 21, 2009
Despite the billions pumped into the war in Afghanistan, women's rights have barely changed since the rule of the Taliban, claims Globe and Mail, in an in-depth report on women in the conservative city of Kandahar.
Crikey September 10, 2009
Saudi Arabia is rich with untouched treasures, just waiting to be dug up and studied, but the country's ban on displaying or even discussing non-Islamic relics makes it a difficult and sometimes dangerous proposition for archaeologists.
Crikey September 8, 2009 2 Comments
Clive James has joined the chorus of voices railing against both Islam and Western feminists, in an article that champions two Australian “dissidents” -- Pamela Bone and Helen Garner, writes Shakira Hussein.
Crikey September 2, 2009
US president Barack Obama has invited Israel's US ambassador to the presidential Ramadan dinner, proving that he is serious about changing US relations with the Muslim world, writes David A. Harris.
Crikey August 24, 2009
32-year-old Malaysian mother of two Kartika Sari Dewi Shukarno is soon set to face six lashes with a cane for drinking beer in a bar, as mandated by the country's Islamic laws. The case calls Malaysia's reputation as "moderate" Muslims into question, says the WSJ.
Irfan Yusuf August 11, 2009 2 Comments
There are many good arguments for and against allowing the Lebanese Hezbollah-run TV station al-Manar to be broadcast in Australia, writes : but those put forward by the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council aren't any of them.
Crikey August 7, 2009 8 Comments
And have your poopdeck swabbed for marsupial chlamydia
Crikey August 3, 2009 1 Comment
It seems so long ago that we thought of the Chinese as the "nice" communists, writes Peter Craven.
Irfan Yusuf July 29, 2009 3 Comments
Peter Costello thinks Christian schools should only have Christian teachers. Perhaps he could learn a thing or two from many of Australia's Muslim schools, says Irfan Yusuf.