4/12/2007 | News | Abu Zabadi
Columnist Abu Zabadi … addresses the claim that the U.S. must be destroyed because it is an immoral country that encourages corrupt behavior such as consuming alcohol and visiting brothels. He responds that a similar argument can be used to "sanction the killing of our brothers in Yemen, Egypt, and other [countries]."
4/9/2007 | News | Various
The visit to the Middle East, and to Syria in particular, by U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has provoked mixed reactions in the Arab world.
4/6/2007 | News | Mu'ammar Qaddafi
At the beginning of the month, on March 1, 2007 - the eve of the anniversary of the coup that brought the Libyan Free Officers to power - Qaddafi gave a speech in which he denied the existence of a non-Arab Berber people (this also being a colonialist plot), provoking protest among Berbers and supporters of minority rights in the Middle East and North Africa.
4/3/2007 | News | Sabah Daily
Turkish Radio and TV Council Issues Warning to Turkish Radio Stations for Broadcasting Islamist Messages and Calling for Jihad
Turkey's Radio-Television Supreme Council (RTUK) has determined that some Istanbul and Ankara radio stations have been broadcasting programs with Islamist content, and has issued warnings to three of them.
4/2/2007 | News | Al-Sharq Al-Awsat
In an article in the London daily Al-Sharq Al-Awsat, Saudi columnist Thuraya Al-Shihri criticized the Muslims for failing to convey the positive messages of Islam, denounced the violence being perpetrated by some Muslims, and criticized their hypocrisy.