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Dhu al-Qa'dah, 14181998-03-16

Crescent International Vol. 27, No. 2

Book Review

Algeria's agony lost in the paucity of western scholarship

Zafar Bangash

THE AGONY OF ALGERIA By Martin Stone. Published by Columbia University Press, New York, NY, US. 1997. pp. 274. Pbk: US$16.50.

Occupied Arab World

US-Iraq: Reaction from the streets of Arab capitals

Khalil Marwan

Nowhere in the Middle East was the anger of the masses at yet another threatened strike against Iraq by US-British forces more apparent than in Jordan.

Special Reports

Reflecting on the Balkans

Crescent International

As Serbia moves against another of Europe’s indigenous Muslim communities, comparisons are inevitably drawn with events in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The Serbs’ attempted genocide of the Muslims of Bosnia had a great impact on Muslims everywhere.

Special Reports

Pakistan caught in false debate between secularism and sectarianism

Zafar Bangash

Fifty years after its creation, Pakistan is still unsure of its identity. Notwithstanding the Zionist settler entity in Palestine, Pakistan is the only country in the world to have come into existence on the basis of religion - Islam - but it has yet to find its moorings.


Muslim Kosovars fear action replay of Serbian assault on Bosnia-Herzegovina

Iqbal Siddiqui

The long awaited and feared Serb assault on the Muslims of Kosova was feared to have begun earlier this month. In scenes eerily reminiscent to the beginning of the Serb assault on Bosnia-Herzegovina...


Turkish youth win hijab battle

Iqbal Siddiqui

The banning of Refah, Turkey’s ‘Islamic’ political party, was formalized on February 22, when the Constitutional Court’s full verdict was published.

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