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Giving Thanks, for Khartoum and Kennedy

Giving Thanks, for Khartoum and Kennedy

Happy Thanksgiving to all American friends. Religious freedom is one item of gratitude, as well as positive signs it may be developing around the world. Consider again these promising signs I’ve been privileged to report on the past two years: Arab Gulf — Why Christianity is Surging in the Heart of Islam Indonesia — World’s … Continue reading

Islamists Elsewhere

Islamists Elsewhere

The Atlantic has an insightful piece on the history of American engagement with political Islam. It is written by authors previously recommended as scholars of the movement. The whole is worth reading, but here is an excerpt describing non-Arab Islamist success — outside of the political process. It is often assumed politics and governance is … Continue reading