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Laïcité, Islam and the future of France

(9 minute read)
Do French claims about religious neutrality stand up to scrutiny? asks Maddy Fry.

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Why we need to stop playing ‘What’s the Time, Mr Wolf’ with our politicians

(4 minute read)
Brian Clarke argues that we should pay close attention to political news even outside of election cycles.

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Giants, faithful soldiers, morons, moral cowards and the truly wicked

(6 minute read)
Benedict Rogers invites us each to consider where we stand in the face of tyranny.

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Social Issues

How not to be an ostrich

(3 minute read)
As El Salvador goes to the polls on Sunday, Maria Renée Palomo offers her countrymen and women some advice on how to choose the right candidate, advice which has a relevance beyond the borders of El Salvador.

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A greater MAGA and a better Brexit – towards true patriotism

(11 minute read)
Patriotism involves recognising the limits of one’s own country and its need to be complemented by others, argues Joseph Evans.

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Life after lockdown: is a kinder, more caring world possible?

(5 minute read)
Brian Clarke argues that as we look forward to the end of the pandemic, we need to rethink our fundamental values. This article won third place in our Adamah Media Young Writers’ Competition.

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Picking up the pieces in a post-Trump world

In the turmoil of the Trump years the greatest tragedy was a loss of the sense of truth, says Mark Lambert.

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What will the new United States’ presidency mean to the world’s Muslims?

(6 minute read)
As President Biden prepares to take office, Hajra Rehman highlights the areas that need attention in the United States’ relationship with the Islamic world.

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Remembering everyone’s Rabbi

(8 minute read)
When a voice of reason dies, it’s time to listen again to its wisdom. We could all benefit from the gentle and wise insights of Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, says Benedict Rogers.

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When youth finds its voice: young Nigerians resist SARS abuses

(6 minute read)
Patience is a virtue. But when it comes to waiting for the fruits of democracy, it’s a virtue which has its limits, says Joshua Nwachukwu.

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