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Daily News Analysis

Arab League summit: The dinosaur party at which most stayed away!

Crescent International

Shawwal 24, 14372016-07-29

Arab League summits are pretty pathetic affairs. Arabian rulers talk big but there is little action. Nothing can be expected from puppets but last week’s summit in Mauritania hit new lows!​​​​​​​


Arabian rulers align themselves with Zionism and imperialism against Islamic Iran

Abu Dharr

Shawwal 22, 14312010-10-01

Muslim public opinion in general and Arabian public opinion in particular is at a loss to properly understand the Islamic Republic of Iran. Many people have an intuitive feeling that the Islamic orientation in Iran is for the long-term benefit of Muslims worldwide.

Islamic Movement

The origins, foundations and history of the global Islamic movement (Part 2)

Muzaffar Iqbal

Dhu al-Hijjah 21, 14252005-02-01

This is the second part of a three-part article by DR MUZAFFAR IQBAL discussing the global Islamic movement. The first part, in the last issue, dealt with the foundations and early development of the movement. This part surveys aspects of the Islamic movement during 1950-2000. The third part will, insha'Allah, discuss future directions.

Book Review

Tracing the history (and decline) of Arab nationalism

Laila Juma

Muharram 02, 14232002-01-16

Arab nationalism is a political creed that has played a crucial role in Arab affairs throughout the last hundred years, without ever achieving anything of note. It has been associated at different times with three major political objectives, and failed to achieve its stated objectives in any of them.

Occasional Paper

A Criticism of the Idea of Arab Nationalism

Muhammad Yahya

Dhu al-Qa'dah 13, 14051985-07-31

The Arab nationalist propaganda has been increasingly voiced in recent months from many organs in several Arab countries, particularly Egypt. It was quite evident to observers of the Islamic movement that a re-vitalization of that idea was in order in view of the current hysterical building of defensive strategies in the Arab region against the famous danger of Islamic 'fundamentalism'.

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