As friends in Paris, Beirut and Baghdad reach out to tell me they are safe after recent attacks by Islamic State (IS), a myriad of thoughts and images run…View More Paris Attacks: Requiem for the Nameless
From the anti-terrorism bill, Charlie Hebdo and William Schabas’ resignation to Ontario’s new sex education curriculum, ethnic media covering the Arab world has had its…View More PULSE: Arab World – What You Didn’t Read in the Mainstream
#JeSuisCharlie #IAmBaga Both powerful hashtags. Both ways for people all around the world to express public outcry over the mass killings of people in France…View More Boko Haram: Where is the Global Outcry?
The Charlie Hebdo massacre and subsequent hostage-taking and murders at the Paris kosher supermarket were supposedly in retaliation for the blasphemous manner in which the…View More Nine Takes on Charlie Hebdo: Questions on Free Speech in a Democratic Society
As the Academy Award nominations briefly usurp global terror headlines, I recall how watching events unfold in Paris last week was a somewhat cinematic experience.…View More Cinema Verité in Paris: Hope for a Happy Ending