UNESCO chose a rather odd time to ratify its resolution against Israel’s “occupation of Al-Aqsa Mosque/Al-Haram Al-Sharif” and Jerusalem’s Old City.
On Oct. 18, a rather unusual and unexpected news story materialized on my computer screen, and it came as a pleasant respite from the rest of the headlines.
You may recognize my name. I’ve been in the news recently because I was one of the three prisoners with dual US-Iranian citizenship that Iran released in January.
There were 810 attacks on French Christian places of worship and Christian cemeteries in 2015.
Forty years ago, July 4, 1976, was a festival of special significance as America celebrated 200 years as a nation. Massive events were scheduled, historic tall ships graced...
Has anyone wished you a happy International Women’s Day (IWD) today? If not, let me be the first!
I woke up in Jerusalem, glanced at my iPhone and noticed a news bulletin from Fox News – four men had been murdered during morning prayers in a local synagogue.
A colleague and I were visiting the Mar Yousef church compound in the Ankawa district of Erbil, Kurdistan. Ankawa is a Christian enclave in a mostly Muslim city, and it is...
Asis Bibi’s infuriating story and sorrowful face have embodied the unfairness of Pakistan’s deadly blasphemy laws.
Today we can applaud, cheer and raise a toast to 17-year-old Malala for winning the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. The announcement is especially sweet after last year’s bitter...