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Sunday, May 30, 2004
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Has it become Islam versus the West?
Is Islam the new bogeyman of the West now that the old "enemy," the Soviet Union, is no longer in sight? Hasan Suroor takes a look.
A community under siege
Muslims in Britain have become an easy target for racist groups. At the same time, they are regarded as potential recruits by extremists.
France facing up to a reality
By Islam is France's second most practised faith and the subject of religion is therefore a sensitive o
AMINA AND Munira Achour grew up in a sprawling housing estate in Aulnay-sous-bois near Paris. Their father worked at the Citroen plant nearby, bringing home a decent, regular pay packet and the future seemed full of hope. Today aged 47, the ...
Engagement yes, cravenness no
By Amit Baruah
New Delhi: The Manmohan Singh-led Government has done well to put in black and white its commitment to a multi-polar world and opposition to all acts of unilateralism in the Common Minimum Programme (CMP) released on Thursday evening. As the ...
That dreaded T-Word
By P. Sainath
The Pentagon and CIA call it "stress and duress." The New York Times leads the media search for softer synonyms. A few samples: `prisoner abuse,' `maltreatment,' `ill-treatment,' `degrading,' `humiliation,' `coercive techniques' and ...
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