Iraqi Shia wisdom can teach Europeans something about extremism
‘In Shiasm,’ the great man, Sayed Hakeem, reminds me, ‘the more knowledge a scholar has, the more humble he must be – otherwise he will become a dictator’
Iraq’s wounded and grief-stricken reveal a divided country after Isis
The men of the Shia militias who helped rescue the Iraqi government army as Isis advanced on Baghdad complain bitterly that their government cares little for them
Will Trump’s immoral bribes serve to destroy Palestinian statehood?
This was the first time in modern Arab history that America has offered the bribes before anyone has agreed to the terms
Israel is playing a big role in India’s conflict with Pakistan
Signing up to the ‘war on terror’ – especially ‘Islamist terror’ – may seem natural for two states built on colonial partition whose security is threatened by Muslim neighbours