Opinion



How Pakistan’s Sharif stumbled into crisis

As thousands of protesters blockaded Pakistan’s Parliament last week, the spirits of the lawmakers inside were briefly lifted by a rare appearance from Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.



The Middle East crack-up

The horror stories emerging from northern Iraq, as well as the continuing slaughter in Syria’s civil war, point to a tectonic shift in the Middle East.




Australian Muslims feel under siege

Australia is home to a sizable number of Muslims, who number about 500,000, just over two percent of Australia’s population.



These angry neighbors

Cry havoc, and let loose the dogs of war.



Hamas making mistakes

A few weeks ago, Hamas was riding high in the court of public opinion, evidenced by massive street demonstrations in capitals all over the world.



Calling for the voice of sanity

LIisten to the rhythm of the falling shellHear it make the rubble dance,Turning life into a scorching hell,Go quickly, there may be no second chance.



Obama college ratings drive wedge

State universities are backing President Barack Obama’s proposed scorecard for US colleges in the hope it will steer more federal aid to them and away from underperforming for-profit institutions.



No takers for Netanyahu’s attempt to link Hamas, Iraq extremists

JERUSALEM: Israel’s prime minister is trying to capitalize on the gruesome video of an American journalist’s beheading by the Islamic State extremist group, saying Hamas is an equally vicious foe as h

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