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

Conflict of Religion and Citizenship As Muslim America Boycotts Trump’s America, By Majeed Dahiru

Muslims living outside the Middle East must begin to come to terms with the reality of modern nation states with their political and physical geographical boundaries, governed by unique laws arising from delicate compromises by their ethno-religious and racially diverse population as a basis for peaceful existence. There appears to…
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Guest Columns

Unravelling Boko Haram and Rebuilding North-East Nigeria, By Yemi Osinbajo

What the stories of the Chibok girls and that of the converted suicide bomber point to is the certain defeat of Boko Haram insurgency and the waning resonance of its underpinning ideology. While we had to put troops on the ground to liberate occupied territories and free captive people in…
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Opinion

Obama’s Middle East Misadventure and the Rise of Radical Islam, By Majeed Dahiru

To end the scourge of ISIL and other terror groups, Syria must be freed from Assad and given back to the people of Syria through a transparent and just democratic process. A democratic process will afford the world another opportunity to test the viability of political Islam and reduce the…
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Opinion

On Radical Islam: Before the World Repeats After Trump, By Majeed Dahiru

Muslims should engage the world and create an atmosphere of peace, enlightenment and justice that Islam is known for. Less than fourty eight hours after the Orlando attacks by a Muslim claiming allegiance to ISIS, another Muslim also claiming allegiance to ISIS has killed a police officer and his wife…
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Columns

Dewdrops of Memory: Isanlu and the Islam that I knew, By Pius Adesanmi

Why has the educated elite from this part of Nigeria pretended thus far that it can do nothing about this nonsense for which they must all be held responsible without exception? Have they given a thought to forming alliances and embarking on sensitisation campaigns to wrest Islam from the control…
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