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The Immigrant Mind: Immigration and Identity (Part Two)

By Luma Simms

The Jewish people have always known who they were. To this day, they have kept their sense of selfhood, a trait we would all do well to emulate.


Turkey Uncensored: Enslaving Jews and Christians in the Turkish Military

By Uzay Bulut

The persecution of non-Muslims in Turkey is one of the least known topics in the West, and is something that the Turks have never officially recognized.


Muslim Converts to Christianity: A Silent [R]evolution

By Zubair Simonson

There are scattered reports of a profound change happening in the religious landscape of the Middle East and throughout the Muslim world: Millions of Muslims are reportedly converting to Christianity.


Mideast Weekly Roundup

By Rachel Kaye Estelle

White House officials reveal President Donald Trump’s slip of the tongue, and the battle for Mosul nears its end. These stories and more.

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