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Sharia Law & Islamic Radicalization – The Future of the Middle East or The Dilemma of the New Administration

The Spring of 2011, The Arab Spring, a coined term, provided a glimpse of hope that real democracy is finally on the rise in the Middle East, a region that has been living under oppression and tyranny for decades, if not centuries. Many people were excited, marching in the streets of Tunisia, Egypt, Morocco, Yemen, […]
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Al-Qaeda, Persistence Terror, and the Dilemma of Islamic Jihad

A year ago, Osama bin Laden, the leader of al-Qaeda was assassinated through a highlysophisticated operation by specialized SEAL team-6. The news was a cause of a much needed celebration given the horrific murderous record of Bin Laden against many innocent lives worldwide, and specifically against American lives during the 9/11 terror attack. However, the […]
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Radical Islam & Allegiance to the USA – A Dilemma For Any Administration

Can a Muslim seek citizenship from a non-Islamic country? Can a Muslim soldier maintain his/her allegiance to his non-Islamic country?Are Muslim citizens of a non-Islamic country required to separate themselves and dissimilate? These questions and more represent the reality of what the US administration, whether current or future, might face. This dilemma, although it existed […]
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The Dilemma of Radical Islam – To MB (Muslim Brotherhood) or To Salafi, That is The Real Egyptian Question

Since the collapse of Hosni Mubarak’s regime in the Spring of 2011, the talk never seized on who can take over as the next president of Egypt. Most importantly, who is able to bring about freedom and democracy to a nation that suffered from the lack of such humane attribute and ights for decades? At […]
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The Dilemma of Democracy and Islamic Terrorism – Liberty vs. Security

The price of liberty can come at a very high cost. After all, our liberty is OUR RIGHT. However, ever since 9/11 many Americans have seen numerous measures and vast changes that had a direct impact on their freedom and infringed on their privacy. Without a doubt, such changes can cause so many concerns regarding […]
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The Dilemma of Afghan Riots over Qur’an Burning:

Once again the Afghani government and people have proven to be the farthest ally to the US, its endless efforts to protect Afghanistan, and endless sacrifice of its troops. It almost seems as if the Afghani people are always on the hunt for any reason to transfer their centuries-built-in-anger and violence against the very people […]
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The Jihad Dilemma – Jobless, Joyless, or Jihadist

Whenever a home grown terror attempt or actual attack by a Muslim person takes place, somehow certain media outlets overlook the mention of important details in connection with the terror suspect, such as his/her religious affiliation with Islam and its implication on his/her action. It is unfortunate that political correctness has gone as far as […]
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The Dilemma of Honor Killing in Islam – Honoring the family name by dishonoring their women

Islam prides itself with the fact that one of its hallmarks is bringing honor to women by way of protecting her beauty via the wear of Hijab, providing for her needs through marriage, and respecting her freedom by sheltering her from the outside world. This may be acceptable to some Muslim women, but certainly not […]
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Are Saudi Women, The REAL Kingdom Dilemma?

Ever since the inception of the Saudi monarchy since 1932, women were marginalized and never had any major role in the political arena. In fact, Saudi women in general, under the countries strict Sharia Law, have no rights whatsoever; not even equivalent to their female contemporaries in the other Arab states who can work and […]
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Women under Sharia Law – The Dilemma of “Wife Beating Protocol”

The Quran is the source of all personal status laws in Islamic countries. Therefore, the rules of religious jurisprudence concerning the position and treatment of women are also based on the Quran. In order to fully understand the position of women in Islam, one must first examine the Quranic rules concerning them. Our dilemma in […]
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