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Cameron’s censorship silences debate

South African academic Na'eem Jeenah has fallen foul of Islamophobic bureaucrats in the UK.

Your struggle is my pride, my son

Shir'a, Na'eem Jeenah's son was among 27 students arrested during protests at the University of Johannesburg. This is the letter Jeenah wrote to him.

Egyptian aftershock felt most by Israel

It may not overturn the Camp David agreement, writes <strong>Na'eem Jeenah</strong>, but political change will affect Palestinian-Israeli relations.

Egypt at the crossroads

Responding to demands of "Mubarak out!", the Egyptian president announced that he would stay in power until presidential elections in September.

Muslims do have a sense of humour

Muhammad not only encouraged smiling, he laughed easily and made jokes

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