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Op-Ed: America’s Vibrant Democracy

Two American congresswomen were permitted to take the oath of office on the Quran while in many Muslim countries, non-Muslim minorities are not given...

Fraudulent Asian Election and Its Violent Aftermath: What Comes Next?

The Bangladeshi people are now asking, “Where is my vote?”   In 2009 in the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Iranian people protested against the...

A rigged election in the Far East

Chandan Nandy, acting editor of India's South Asia Monitor, proclaimed on Twitter: “The election has been robbed.”According to the Guardian, at least 17 BNP...

Remembering the Plight of Persecuted Christians on Christmas

At this special time of year, when Christians in the Americas and Europe celebrate Christmas, they should remember the plight of their Christian brethren...

Oped: Mr. Trump, Please Remain in Middle East

As Syrian Kurdish dissident Sherkoh Abbas proclaimed, “The US presence is not just for Israel.” Every decent person should be outraged.  Recently, US President Donald...

Is Sheikh Hasina a modern day Antiochus IV?

As Jews around the world celebrate Hanukkah, the festival of lights, Bangladesh gears up for elections.  Given the recent anti-Hindu violence in the country,...

Hanukkah Greetings from A Bangladeshi Hindu Dissident

Shipan Kumer Basu, President of the World Hindu Struggle Committee, sees many parallels between the struggles of his own people and that of the...
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Op-Ed: Are the Democrats turning against Israel?

Tlaib, Omer and Cortez disproportionately single out Israel while remaining silent about how the Palestinian Authority and Hamas oppress their own people. The US...

Human Rights Trampled Worldwide

According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscious and religion.  Everyone has a right to...
JAKARTA, INDONESIA: Muslim children in traditional Islamic outfits listen a band singing religious music and chantings from the holy Koran during a ceremony at a mosque in Jakarta, 10 October 2006, as a part to celebrate Muslim holy fasting month of Ramada. Practicing Muslims desist from eating, drinking, smoking and any sexual activities from dawn to dusk during their holy fating month of Ramadan. More than 90 percent of Indonesia's some 220 million people follow Islam, making it the worlds biggest Muslim nation. AFP PHOTO/Jewel SAMAD (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

Op-Ed: Why I Campaign for Human Rights in Muslim World

As the late Elie Wiesel said, “As long as one dissident is in prison, our freedom will not be true.”As a Jewish American,...