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Muslim Women Deserve Better than Sharia Law
Feminist campaigners are outraged by the Law Society's advocacy of a code that protects violence and enshrines legal inequality
The Crescent and the Jackboot: Dealing with Totalitarianism
Britain must learn to deal with Islamist extremists in the same way Germany has learnt to deal with neo-Nazis
Nigeria, Iraq, Gaza—The Threat is the Same
As long as the Western world refuses to join the ideological dots between strains of Islamism, the jihadis will never be defeated
Radical Islam and its Invisible Victims
From Syria and Iraq to Iran and Pakistan, Christians and other minorities are being persecuted by Islamists. Can they be stopped?
"Islam is here to stay in Europe. Non-Muslims too must adapt, and we do."
Jihad at the Jewish Museum
‘A Jewish exodus will be a rude awakening to Europeans who wish to ignore the problem. The returning jihadis hate Western society no less'
Points East & West
The Ordeal of Muslim Women: No More Excuses
Those who try to halt FGM and other violence or abuse must expect to be accused of Islamophobia — but the tide is turning
A Real Arab Spring
Israel’s thriving and very much integrated Arab population confounds the perpetual accusation that it is somehow an 'apartheid state'
‘At the TV debate it was burkas and niqabs all round. It wasn’t easy when someone made a point because no one knew where to look’
The Outsider's Diary
Off-Limits: Subjects Artists Won’t Tackle
Far from being cutting-edge, the British cultural establishment ignores the biggest threat to artistic freedom: radical Islam
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above