Blog
David J. Climenhaga | Ironically, the Americans appear to be worried about Russian interference in the election process (satire).
News
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Yaser Haddara | On its five-year anniversary, the Tahrir Square occupation is a symbol of hope and a harbinger of change. It fuels the dreams of those who struggle for dignity, wish for justice and yearn for freedom.
Podcast
photo by Victoria Fenner
Victoria Fenner | A panel of the late photojournalist's peers discuss Ali Mustafa's life and work in Toronto.
Blog
Michael Laxer | As is always the case when the disenfranchised, marginalized and racialized rise up in anger, Monday's uprising in Baltimore is being portrayed in terms we have come to expect.
Columnists
Monia Mazigh | This is the question author Lila Abu-Lughod poses in her book exploring the lives of Muslim women. The answer isn't as obvious as some would like us to believe.
Blog
A merchant sells the prickly pears of the sabra plant in Morocco.
Jessica Prupas | Israel is receiving an influx of migration from African countries -- to the dismay of many native Israelis.
Podcast
Charlene Sayo, Andrew Sayo, Eirene Cloma | The transnational spoken word artist discusses migration, Egypt and the Arab Spring, language borrowing, the myth of the tortured artist and the Wu-Tang Clan.
News
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Chalaine Chang | A proposed law in Egypt would severely restrict NGOs from doing their work -- and it's happening already. The most recent NGO to run afoul of the law there? Human Rights Watch.
Activist Toolkit
| Send a message to Minister of Justice Nayer Abdel-Moneim Othman calling on the Egyptian authorities to release Mohamed Fahmy and his Al Jazeera colleagues immediately and unconditionally.
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Gerry Caplan | The Conservatives have made a trademark of their bombastic, bullish diplomatic statements on Ukraine, Israel and Iran. Where is their conviction when it comes to Egypt's brutal new regime?
News
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Amy Awad | A Canadian passport can't get you out of jail; even if it's clear that you've been wrongfully accused.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | Why is Stephen Harper's reaction to the Mohamed Fahmy verdict so lackadaisical? His government has failed one of its most basic responsibilities: defending the rights of Canadians.