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Edward Said was really disappointed when he met Sartre, Foucault and De Beauvoir

Eager to discover the three philosophers’ perspectives on the Arab region’s issues, Said was thrilled when he received an invitation…

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The Imam Who Died Fighting Racism in South Africa

Two momentous events occurred in Cape Town in South Africa on 29 September 1969. The first was a huge funeral…

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The Myth That People Work Harder Under Capitalism

In the not so distant past, people didn’t work hard, but not for the reasons the ahistorical or socialists think.…

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Daniel Hannan: Islam has its own, indigenous, free-market tradition

During their exile in Medina, Mohammed and his followers were hit by a food shortage – a common enough affliction…

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Arabic, a great language, has a low profile

A mong their many reverberations, the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001had a linguistic side-effect. Between 2002 and 2009 the…

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U.S. Has Spent Six Trillion Dollars on Wars That Killed Half a Million People Since 9/11

The United States has spent nearly $6 trillion on wars that directly contributed to the deaths of around 500,000 peoplesince…

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3 Socialism Myths Debunked by Venezuela’s Nightmare

History provides endless examples of vicious despots ruling under various collectivist ideologies. Hitler, Mao, Stalin, Pol Pot, and—today—Kim Jong-un and…

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The Churches and the Bosnian War

One of the most disturbing features of the war which devastated Bosnia between 1992 and 1995 was the widespread refusal…

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Forced Equality Has a History of Genocidal Results

In recent history, the largest genocides have resulted from tyrannical centralized governments yearning for utopian equality for all. Between 1975…

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In most Western countries, only a minority of people pray every day. The US is the exception

May 2 was National Day of Prayer in the United States, a day Congress set aside in 1952 for Americans to turn…

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