Though halal sex may sound as logical as kosher bacon, it does make its own sense. Some Muslims are utilising the concept to break the taboo around sex.
ISIS has skillfully manipulated social media as a powerful propaganda tool. Should the online community self-censor to deprive it of free publicity?
The cure for Egypt’s sexual harassment crisis is to liberate society from outdated and toxic gender ideals and to rethink notions of “honour”.
The furore surrounding Scarlett Johansson’s SodaStream endorsement raises the question to what extent BDS can help end the occupation… and how.
رغم عدم الإعتراف بهم، الملحدين ايضاً اولاد بلد ويجب على الدولة والمجتمع ان يعطوهم حقوقهم
Though never officially recognised, atheists and agnostics have always been part of Egypt. Society now needs to grant us our right not to believe.
Historical examples of homosexuality being tolerated by Judaism, Christianity and Islam can help overcome homophobia and reinvent these faiths.
Was Robert Mugabe’s appointment as UN ‘tourism ambassador’ an unforgivable travesty or can ‘guilt-edged tourism’ trigger reform in dictatorships?
By Khaled Diab The Belgian city of Ghent has declared Thursdays ‘meat free’. Should cities around the world also join the vegolution? June 2009 People usually associate politicians, particularly in these troubled times, with hot air. But rather than spew…
Khaled Diab Travelling to poor countries may be incredibly rewarding, but it poses some uncomfortable ethical dilemmas. June 2009 A conference I recently attended in Accra, Ghana, was held in a plush resort. With spacious rooms, sea views and…