News and Analysis (7/21/21)

An Israeli firm’s cyberespionage program is being used “to spy on rights activists, dissidents and journalists” …

… and their families:

“[N]ew laws across India are seeking to ban all interfaith marriages”:

“No one in al-Bustan denies they build without permits, but they say they have no choice because the Jerusalem municipality routinely denies building permits to them”:

“Instead of taking the opportunity to reset U.S. relations with Iran, the Biden administration has mostly continued a course of aggression set by the last administration”:

“[T]he recently forged alliance between Indonesia’s Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) … and the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA), fits a pattern of partnerships between diverse religious groups that goes beyond seeking to protect minorities to promotion of social cohesion and fraternity“:

Israel targets farms, greenhouses, and irrigation systems as well as people:

Two non-profits try to smooth the path for Muslim inclusion in the movie storytelling business:

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