Posts Tagged ‘ saad sayeed ’

Wage Theft, Hunger, and Neglect in the Kingdom of Heaven

Oct 2016

Those in Saudi Arabia’s corridors of power seem to forget that the kingdom in the middle of the dessert was built by migrant labor.
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Inventing Terrorism | Lisa Stampnitzky | VOICES

Aug 2016

The recent attacks in Nice and Munich placed Europe on high alert resulting in experts once again asking about the continent’s Muslim population. Award winning scholar, Lisa Stampnitzky, sheds some light on these complex issues.
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Animating Pakistan

How would the story be different if Jiya wore a burka as a form of piety or as part of her usual dress code? Who would Jiya represent then?
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