How Morocco is helping counter ISIS terrorism in Europe

Moroccan intelligence services are playing a central role in Europe’s efforts to counter ISIS terrorism. Despite a sharp increase in the number of terrorist attacks in the Maghreb region between 2011 and 2014, Morocco has remained largely immune, with only one attack occurring in April 2011....

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You’ve got a friend in me: Chinese tourism in the MENA region

In 2017, the Middle East alone received 58 million tourists, with North Africa enjoying a 13% increase in international arrivals. This was a stunning rebound from the terrorism-induced tourism depreciation in the previous year. So, what inspired such a rapid sector recovery? In truth,...

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Why British ISIS members should be trialled in international criminal courts

1. Background Arab Millennial is a website that focuses on progress and development across Arab diaspora of all walks of religious and non-faith life. This week, confirmation has been received that the last two members of a four member British terror cell known as...

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Qatar’s success in battling climate change

*** Note from the editor: this is an edited article, originally written by Neeshad Shafi for EcoMENA *** Qatar’s environmental records have always been in the news, of course, for the negative ones, but Qatar has always strived to work towards reduction of greenhouse gas emissions....

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3 principles for establishing Muslim-Christian dialogue in multiethnic communities

*** A note from the editor: Arab Millennial is a secular website that encourages interfaith dialogue from, towards, and within Arab community groups. We have therefore edited Julian Bond’s post accordingly through mutual consent. Julian’s original post can be found at http://www.christianmuslimforum.org/index.php/news/327-christian-muslim-interaction *** 1. Openness I...

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