How Military Adventurism and Suspicion of Islam Have Become Part Of The British Political Landscape
Abdul-Azim Ahmed http://frazerllp.com/?_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8QexKRsxR6_948a7m5CdzOEvXwJNPFjeRFgrphFIucME-aoYdWNYjc_Z9mOi_HxkjszMsr 23 October 2015
“The neocon ascendency is total”. These words were written by associate editor of the Spectator Peter Oborne, describing the political… read more
A Journey Through Syria
Christopher De Bie go to link 3 November 2013
Christopher De Bie reflects on his experiences travelling through Syria just before the Arab Spring reached Damascus. In early September… read more
What is the Deep State?
Abdul-Azim Ahmed see 4 July 2013
Those following commentary from within the Middle-East on the most recent military coup in Egypt will have perhaps run across… read more
5 things worth knowing about the Egyptian military coup
Abdul-Azim Ahmed 4 July 2013
1) This isn’t the first military coup in the Middle East Recent history has shown that the military of Middle-Eastern… read more
Who are the Syrian Allawis?
Christopher De Bie 20 September 2012
In 1973 Musa al-Sadr, at that time the preeminent religious authority for the Shi’a of Lebanon, issued a fatwa concerning… read more