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Why have the countries of the Middle East, as well as Islam more broadly, most recently been the targets of major criticism regarding their human rights record? In April, the Moroccan Interior Ministry inhibited the Moroccan Association for Human Rights (AMDH) from legally listing their elected executive committees, and may also remove its standing as an […]

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Senator Marco Rubio of Florida has announced his candidacy for the Presidency of the United States of America. The son of a bartender and a maid, and a proud product of the Cuban exile community, he has effectively become the first viable Latino candidate for the highest elected office on the face of the earth. This is […]

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On March 18th, Benjamin Netanyahu and the Likud Party surged to an unexpected victory in the Israeli elections. During the two weeks preceding the elections, many would squeak by with victory to form a new government. However, the consequences of Netanyahu’s media blitz were far-reaching, and the Prime Minister roused anti-Palestinian and anti-Arab sentiment to […]

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In the wake of the Paris shootings, over forty world leaders and three million people marched in France to mourn the 12 people killed by three French-born Islamist radicals. Meanwhile, another thousand gathered at a town hall in Beauclaire, three hours away from Paris. They were led by Marine Le Pen, the leader of France’s […]

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The U.S. presidential race is officially underway, with Texas Senator Ted Cruz becoming the first official candidate to declare they are running for the White House in 2016. Across the Atlantic a far closer, and in many ways more interesting, election will be hosted next month, when Brits go to the polls on May 7th. […]

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