How the 'leftist postcolonial apologia' for Hamas supports the violence of a group that 'has thrived on Palestinian dead bodies', and what the prospects are of an eventual compromise.
Why Turkey has increasingly slipped back into Islamisation, and how the hijab has become the 'unofficial flag' of this movement.
How French-style laïcité 'treats religion like any other ideology', and why it is arguably the only effective form of secularism.
Does ChatGPT have an algorithmic bias in favour of the orthodox Sunni interpretation of Islam? Is AI a blessing or a curse when it comes to religion?
Kunwar Khuldune Shahid argues that allowing freethought to flourish within the Muslim world would lead to intellectual and social progress.
The process of secularisation in Tunisia, which gained momentum after the Arab Spring, now seems to be stalling under President Kais Saied.