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American Muslims Are in a Painful, Familiar Place

 By Rozina Ali

When President Biden landed in Tel Aviv days after Hamas’s Oct. 7 massacre of more than 1,400 people, he told an audience of Israelis that this was not just Israel’s Sept. 11, that “it was like 15 9/11s.” The comparison, which emerged widely and immediately, seemed apt on the surf...

Why cracking down on Nobel laureate Yunus?

Over 170 global leaders and Nobel laureates have urged Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to suspend legal proceedings against economist Muhammad Yunus, who was awarded the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize for his social development work but has faced legal pressure at home for years. In an open letter dated August 27, leaders, including 

What lies ahead for Bangladesh?

Sudha Ramachandran

[caption id="attachment_29806" align="alignleft" width="300"] Sudha Ramachandran[/caption] Bangladesh is due to vote in general elections in January 2024. Opposition parties are threatening to boycott the election if the Awami League government does not meet their demand for elections under a caretaker government. The opposition’s protest rallies have been peaceful so far, but this could change in the coming weeks and months, especially if the sta...