Columns

Terror Inc.: One Day In September and the Franchise of Evil, By Osmund Agbo

The smartest way to fight a terrible ideology goes beyond talking tough and deploying military hardware. If the threat of violence and intimidation alone worked, then the whole idea that birthed ISIS would have died many centuries ago with Ibn Taymiyyah. It was the second week of the 1972 Summer…
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Opinion

Boko Haram 10 Years Later: Questions We Don’t (And May Never) Have Answers To, By Medinat Abdulazeez Malefakis

Attacking all representations of government, such as the army, presents it as an insurgent group. Its anti-western/anti-modernisation ideology posits it as a fundamentalist religious Islamic group, but its killings of prominent Islamic scholars who oppose their ideology, such as Auwal Albani Zaria, lends doubtful credence to the authenticity of its…
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Columns

Seeking Assistance from Non-Muslims Not Tantamount to Agreeing With their Beliefs, By Murtadha Gusau

Servants of Allah!.. Leaning on such assistance is not considered supporting a non-Muslim against a Muslim, but rather it is supporting Islam, establishing the religion, and eradicating corruption from the earth. In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Bestower of Mercy Verily, all good praises are for Allah,…
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Guest Columns

The Politics of Bombings and Airstrikes, By Owei Lakemfa

While the ‘international community’ tolerates airstrikes against civilian areas in Mosul, it has severely attacked Russia for carrying out Mosul-like airstrikes in Aleppo. Airstrikes, the pounding of the ground by powerful bombs raining from the skies, are on-going in three countries of the Middle East. Although the targets and victims…
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