Tag Archives: religious extremism

Turkey’s Latest Scapegoats: Christians

Is the ruling Islamist-rooted AKP party in Turkey intimidating Turkish Christians?

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Creating Frankenstein: The Saudi Export of Ultra-Conservatism

The monster that Saudi Arabia created may come to haunt itself — at home.

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After Orlando: Trump Doing ISIS’s Bidding

Calling the Orlando attack “Islamist Terrorism” is a strategic mistake.

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Pakistan’s Shrinking Liberal Minority

Caught between Western-backed illiberal authoritarians and anti-Western religious fanatics, liberalism is under siege

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The Christian Terror of Saint Augustine

In an earlier era, rampaging monks sought to create the Christian equivalent of the ISIS caliphate.

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The Libel Equating Islam With Terror

The homegrown attacks in the U.S. and Europe have more in common with secular mass shooters than with Mideast jihad.

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Religious Objectors to Globalization

What motivates religious radicals — and why do even the fiercest opponents always have one thing in common?

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