- Stemming the Tide of Radical Islamist Ideology: Lessons from South Asia
By Taberez Ahmed Neyazi, October 5th, 2010 - in Opinion Asia
How can Muslims and religious organizations play a role in checking the radicalization of Muslim youth? Couldn’t the United States learn something from examples from India or Pakistan, in order to integrateMuslims into American society?
- Extremists winning the mind games
By Syed Saleem Shahzad, October 22th, 2010 - in Asia Times Online
Musharraf’s move to launch an intellectual movement (Sufism and other modernist Islamic school of thought) against radical Islam.
- The Rise of Europe’s Right-Wing Populists
By Markus Deggerich, Manfred Ertel, Juliane Von Mittelstaedt, Mathieu Von Rohr, Hans-Jürgen Schlamp, Stefan Simons, September 28th, 2010 - in Spiegel Online (Germany)
All across Europe, right-wing populist parties are enjoying significant popular support. Led by charismatic politicians like Geert Wilders, they are exploiting fear of Muslim immigration and frustration with the political establishment — and are forcing mainstream parties to shift to the right.