Opinion

The Common Sense In Trump’s Muslim Ban, By Majeed Dahiru

Anybody who really understands radical Islam and the mindset of an average radical Muslim will appreciate the correctness of both the timing and the choice of the countries banned. It is also important to understand the fact that Trump’s doctrine is not aimed at combating radical Islamic ideology but to…
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Opinion

Boko Haram Is Not Islamic, But Muslim, By Majeed Dahiru

Boko Haram and the other terror groups came about as a result of radicalisation and as a consequence of hate preaching, violent and intolerant extremist teachings, not only found in the doctrines of deviant sects and other Muslim groups but within mainstream Muslim theology in the name of Islam. Several…
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Columns

Pastoralism or Terrorism?: The Killing Culture of the Neo-Nomadic, By Wole Soyinka

– Artwork by Francis Nnamdi Chiedu I have not heard an order given that any cattle herder caught with sophisticated firearms be instantly disarmed, arrested, placed on trial, and his cattle Let me repeat, and of course I only ask to be corrected if wrong: I have yet to encounter…
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Opinion

Africa: A Voice To Be Heard, Not A Problem To Be Solved, By Abiodun Alao

I believe the spirit of King’s College London is upon us because it has anointed us to preach a strong message to the world; to contribute to the healing of broken views about Africa; to preach deliverance to those held captive in erroneous beliefs about the continent; and in the…
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