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  • O Syria, your enemies "eat the bread of wickedness and drink the wine of violence"Prof. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    February 17, 2016

    The ongoing Syrian civil war has killed 250,000, wounded more than 1,000,000 and driven some 10,000,000 - half the population - out of the country as refugees, or left them homeless and displaced within its borders.

  • Obama and AfghanistanPhyllis Bennis
    December 2, 2009

    The president had a difficult decision to make. The war had been raging for a long time. The U.S. and its far-away enemies had fought to a stalemate - but people just kept dying.

  • Obama and Israel's securityAlan Hart
    December 5, 2011

    If American election campaign funders who support Israel right or wrong formed a circle and demanded that President Obama stand naked in the middle of it while they sang Hava Nagila ("Let us rejoice"), I am sure he would agree to do so. That thought came into my mind when I read the Reuters' report, published in Ha'aretz, of what Obama said to a group of fundraisers in the Manhattan home of Jack Rosen, chairman of the American Jewish Congress.

  • Obama and Jihad and how not to fight terrorismAlan Hart
    November 17, 2010

    In Mumbai President Obama was asked by an Indian student for his "take or opinion on jihad". He began his answer with the observation that "the phrase jihad has a lot of meanings within Islam and is subject to a lot of different interpretations." In its report of the discussion, The New York Times noted that Obama "carefully avoided saying that he was opposed to jihad". (I ask - How could he be opposed if he is aware of its two real and true meanings in Islam? The Greater jihad is the inner struggle for self-improvement to become a good Muslim. The Lesser jihad is struggle against oppression - oppression as in Israel’s occupation and treatment of the Palestinians, for example).

  • Obama and NetanyahuPaul J. Balles
    June 2, 2011

    Paul J. Balles argues that, faced with Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's absolutism, US President Barack Obama's natural tendency to compromise is untenable and renders him weak and ineffectual.

  • Obama is the wrong target Alan Hart
    June 2, 2011

    When I was reflecting on Netanyahu's domination and control of the Congress of the United States of America, the first headline that came into my mind for this article was Goodbye to peace. I'll now explain why I think the headline above is more appropriate.

  • Obama just made a terrible mistake on EgyptEric Trager
    October 22, 2013

    In a certain sense, the Obama administration's decision to withhold much of the $1.3 billion in annual aid given to Egypt isn't surprising.

  • Obama meeting Netanyahu and AbbasAlan Hart
    September 22, 2009

    Dear President Obama, A photo op this week with Netanyahu and Abbas is no disguise for the fact that on the matter of getting a real peace process going in the Middle East, "Yes, we can" has become "No, we can't".

  • Obama retreatsReuel S. Amdur
    August 25, 2010

    Just as the opposition to the so-called Ground Zero mosque was beginning to dissipate, it got a new boost. Some Democratic politicians who saw themselves in tight races climbed on board, albeit often with a less virulent tone than their Republican opponents. The major factor in the renewed life given to this intolerance, however, was the backtracking by President Barack Obama.

  • Obama to Netanyahu - "You win"Alan Hart
    December 16, 2010

    Those of us who are associated with the truth of history as it relates to the making and sustaining of the conflict in and over Palestine that became Israel, and who call for justice for the Palestinians, now have reason to say "Thank you" to President Obama.

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Today’s topic is the Origins of Islamic History Month in Canada In this show, we are interviewing Dr. Mohamed El-Masry a professor at the University of Waterloo

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