The spotlight turns to reform of the education system in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Read more

A polling watchdog organization claims the recent polls of Islamic countries used “Enron arithmetic” in their findings. Read more

Ironically, one of the raided institutions had issued a fatwa supporting Muslim soldiers in the US military. Read more

Iran prepares to enter the 21st century with a – gasp – convertible aimed at the youth market. Read more

Attorney General John Ashcroft decides to retroactively interview an additional 3,000 Middle Easterners. Read more

The National Review’s Jonah Goldberg, in response to his magazine’s inference to “nuke Mecca,” lays it on thicker. Read more

A new book chronicles the adjustment of Muslim refugees to life in America. Read more

This week’s Arab and Iranian Film Festival in Seattle joins others in the post-9/11 cultural landscape. Read more

You wouldn’t think so, but conversion to Islam in Europe is up since 9/11, especially among women. Read more

Prince Talal bin Abdulaziz, among others, is trying once more to bring reform to the Saudi establishment. Read more

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