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Why Iraq needs a united Sunni authority to face extremism

Why Iraq needs a united Sunni authority to face extremism

Iraqi Sunni Muslims break their fast during Ramadan at the Firdos Mosque in Baghdad, July 10, 2015. (photo by REUTERS/Ahmed Saad) Author:Hamdi Malik Posted September 1, 2015 Defeating the Islamic State (IS) and other extremist organizations ... AlMonitor, 1 month ago

Rescuing Iraq's most vulnerable women

On a Saturday night in late May, I sat in the back seat of a taxi as it drove through a shantytown in Baghdad. We were not far from Firdos Square, where, in April of 2003, invading American troops famously toppled a large statue of Saddam Hussein. A ...
 OpenCanada.org4 days ago Out of Sight  New Yorker1 week ago
Al Jazeera

Dinner with Saddam not on Iraqis' menus

A play, Dinner with Saddam, has London audiences laughing, but the view on Baghdad's streets is slightly less palatable. In a darkened theatre in London, the curtain raises and for the next couple of hours, a man pretending to be Saddam Hussein, ...
 Al Jazeera4 days ago
Gulf News

Community reporters are the catalyst for change

Dubai Life is short. Life is unpredictable. Life can be harsh. Each of these was illustrated by last week's story from Turkey that started with the photograph of a three-year-old boy lying face down on the shore of a beach. His name - Aylan Kurdi.
 Gulf News3 weeks ago Community report winners for the month of August  Gulf News3 weeks ago
University of Alberta Gateway

ISIL's artifact destruction should elicit a stronger reaction

This past week it was discovered that ISIL, upon gaining control of the Syrian city of Palmyra, decided to raze a first-century temple constructed to venerate the Canaanite god Baalshamin. As with the disfiguration of other archaeologically ...
 University of Alberta Gateway1 month ago
Gulf News

Individual action makes collective difference

Community report winners for the month of July raise awareness about relevant issues One billion people are going hungry, while the world wastes more than a quarter of the food it produces. This is a globally documented fact. Poverty and hunger ...
 Gulf News1 month ago Individual action makes a collective difference  Gulf News1 month ago
Washington Post

When our icons tumble

By — Philip Kennicott, , — Anne Midgette, — Geoff Edgers, — Ann Hornaday and — Nelson Pressley, View Photo Gallery : People, places and things erased by history. America was once a revolutionary country, so iconoclasm is ...
 Washington Post1 month ago

A Flying dragon recovers from Jalpaiguri district

Siliguri, Aug 2: Forest officials today recovered a rare Flying Dragon from Gajaldooba area in Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal and nabbed two persons who were smuggling the dragon. Following a tip-off, forest officials arrested a teacher from ...
 Newshence.com2 months ago Flying dragon recovered from Jalpaiguri district  Newshence.com2 months ago
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