The new regulations for religions in Xinjiang: Part of a wider campaign against religion

The Chinese government has been accused of widespread human rights abuses against Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims in Xinjiang since 2017.
By Bitter Winter Feb. 15, 2024

Telling the Jewish story to the world

No, Israel does not engage in ethnic cleansing. In 1948, the Arab population in Israel was 156,000. Today it is 2,100,000.
By Marjorie Davis Dec. 31, 2023

World View: Israel-Hamas ceasefire

Both Israel and Hamas insist the “pause” is only temporary.
By Gwynne Dyer Dec. 1, 2023

FEATURE: Ending child sexual abuse in Africa hamstrung by religion, poverty

In Zimbabwe statistics from the police indicate that 58% of all rape cases reported between Januaryto Septemberv 2022  involved minors.
By Melody Chikono Apr. 28, 2023


Regardless, it’s not fiction to suggest that the Muslim world is infatuated with, and inextricably linked to the game of football.
By Zak Hawa Apr. 23, 2023

Hebrew scriptures: The ABC of Judaism

Question the origins of your "life philosophy. "Do you essentially have a Greek approach to life? Roman? Eastern? Jewish?
By Rabbi Noah Weinberg Mar. 5, 2023

No alcohol sales permitted at Qatar's World Cup stadium sites - source

Alcohol will still be served inside the stadium hospitality zones, the source added.
By Reuters Nov. 18, 2022

Tigray, Ethiopia and other African wars

His thesis would be more convincing if most Yemenis and Afghans and almost all Syrians were not white.
By Gwynne Dyer Oct. 21, 2022