(Read the press release here.) May 14, 2020 Dear Prime Minister, Since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, Canadians have been presented with a stark choice – either selflessly shut down the economy to save lives or selfishly worry about the economy and condemn thousands to a vicious illness. This view has formed the basis of… Continue reading Beyond Lockdown – Canadians can have both health and prosperity: An open letter to the Prime Minister
Raheel Raza, MLI’s Munk Senior Fellow in human rights, spoke with ICT International Radio and i24 News.
The 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks is an ideal time for a discussion about the serious threat radical Islam poses, writes MLI Munk Senior Fellow Raheel Raza. By Raheel Raza, Sept. 19, 2016 September 11, 2016 marks fifteen years since the horrific terror attacks that brought down the twin towers, killed thousands… Continue reading Time for a serious conversation about radical Islam: Raheel Raza in the Huffington Post
The female leaders of the Arab Spring aspired to bring about peaceful transition through collaboration between men and women, Muslims and non-Muslims, government and civilians. But for women in much of the region, oppression and violence are still constant facts of life Raheel Raza, August 19, 2016 Since the Arab Spring, which quickly turned into… Continue reading The Winter of Discontent for Women in the Middle East and North Africa: Raheel Raza in Inside Policy
Raheel Raza tackles Islamist extremists and what needs to be done in this feisty, no-holds-barred, post-Brussels analysis in The Clarion Project by Raheel Raza, March 27th, 2016. Following the Brussels attacks, I’ve been glued to mainstream media listening very attentively to political pundits, intelligence agencies, experts and analysts. Something in what they are saying sounds… Continue reading Here Are the Moderate Muslims; Where are YOU? Raheel Raza in The Clarion Project
The voices of moderate Muslims are being ignored, argues Senior Munk Fellow Raheel Raza in the National Post. Political opportunists are diverting attention away from fundamental human rights, and we cannot afford to ignore this. by Raheel Raza, August 13, 2014 In Saturday’s National Post, Rex Murphy asks why there’s so much outrage over Israel’s… Continue reading In the Muslim world, silence falls: Raheel Raza in the National Post