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Why Don’t Muslims Denounce Extremist Terrorism? They Do!

Why Don’t Muslims Denounce Extremist Terrorism? They Do!

Since the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the Arab World has known endless cycles of death and destruction. It has also suffered sickening terror in the hands of Islamic extremists.
Microinsurance One Startup “Insures” Better Future for MENA Region's Poorest

Microinsurance: One Startup “Insures” Better Future for MENA Region’s Poorest

Insurance technology (InsurTech), a new sector in the global startup scene, is attracting a growing number of companies that are revolutionizing the world of insurance using new digital technologies. In the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), Democrance is on a mission to provide insurance to the region’s poor through mobile technology.

Morocco’s New National Service Can Build Generations of Employable Patriots

National military service for young Moroccan men and women should be part of an integrated youth development strategy less concerned about vague ideas and more about preparing youth for work and dignity in a country that opens doors to opportunities. The commitment must be mutually beneficial.
Will Morocco’s Youth Be Served by Restarting National Military Service

Will Morocco’s Youth Be Served by Restarting National Military Service?

Plans to re-institute national military service for young Moroccan men and women should be a centerpiece for a national discussion on what to do about the country’s discontented youth. But the who, what, where, why, and how remain unanswered.
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Editorial: Inside Arabia Launches Unprecedented #SaveYemen Campaign Aimed at UN General Assembly

As the UN General Assembly session gets underway in New York City this week, Inside Arabia is launching #SaveYemen, a massive public awareness campaign demanding that the United Nations act now to stop the war that has resulted in the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.  Thousands of Yemeni civilians are being slaughtered and millions are at risk of starving to death or dying of preventable diseases.
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Editorial: Reflections on 9/11

On the 17th anniversary of the tragic events of 9/11 and the advent of the Muslim new year, we remember those who lost their lives and in honor of their memories cherish the tolerance that is at the core of the American people’s values so we may rise above condemning a whole population for the crimes of a select few.
Souad Abderrahim

Tunisia’s Progressive Stance on Women’s Rights One Year after Adoption of Anti-Violence Law

A year ago, the Tunisian parliament passed the country’s first law that criminalizes gender-based violence. The bill, passed on July 26, 2017, received the approval of 146 out of 217 possible votes.