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Theater Review (NYC Off-Off-Broadway): ‘Unveiled’ Written and Performed by Rohina Malik

Rohia Malik in 'Unveiled' at the 4th Street Theatre. Photo courtesy of Voyage Theater Company

In her five monologues about post-9/11 anti-Muslim sentiment, Malik comes across as one of those actors whose performances seem powered as much by moral spirit as by craft. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Boko Haram: Inside Nigeria’s Unholy War’ by Mike Smith

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Boko Haram is a growing threat, but an even bigger threat is not understanding how they got here. Read More »

Multicultural Miasma: What the Terror in Paris Should Teach Hollande and Obama

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No civilization clueless enough to follow indiscriminate, unquestioning multiculturalism can possibly survive intact. Read More »

‘Jihadi Cool': It’s Not Your Father’s Britain

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As Britain – and all of the West for that matter – twists itself into pretzels trying not to give offense to the descendants of those it once colonized or otherwise dominated, Islam unabashedly seeks to rule the world. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Alif The Unseen’ by G. Willow Wilson

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This could be one of the stories behind the Arab Spring. Read More »

Book Review: Tripping with Allah: Islam, Drugs, and Writing by Michael Muhammad Knight

One of the more vivid descriptions of the artistic soul taking the next steps on its long road of creativity. Read More »

Black, White, East, West

This perilous world that so many of us yearn to change is the inevitable consequence of the color line. Read More »

Book Review: The Secret Servant by Daniel Silva

The Islamic underground plots to commits acts of terror in England. Read More »

Book Review: Sikander by M. Salahuddin Khan

Seventeen year old's plans change after a raging quarrel with his family prompts him to leave home. Read More »

Book Review: William S. Burroughs vs. The Qur’an by Michael Muhammad Knight

Knight's writing will either offend or inspire you, and in places it might even do both. Read More »