News and Analysis (11/5/17)

On a single day Yemen launches a missile at Saudi, Lebanese PM Saad Hariri travels to Saudi Arabia to resign, and Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal is arrested …

… after “Jared Kushner makes a sort of secret, below the radar visit to Saudi Arabia”:

Emerging “from a truck waving a BB gun and paintball gun, an act that displays a dubious tethering to reality”:

A free market answer to the challenge of halal courtship in the modern world:

“Even after a statement “agreed between all parties and approved by the court” had deconstructed each and every argument used by the Times, the paper accused said it merely presented “an alternative narrative” to its own”:

“Regional experts have speculated that Chad fell into the bad graces of the US, and … Rex Tillerson in particular, after it attempted to demand a $74bn fine from the US oil company Exxon Mobil, for not meeting its tax obligations”:

“[M]any of the rights that Islam honored women with over 1400 years ago were not granted to women in the West until the late 18th and 19th centuries”:

One victim alleges the dryer was turned on repeatedly until he renounced Islam. The defense says the incidents are being “blown out of proportion”:






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