The Al Waref Institute for Humanitarian Studies, headquartered in Washington D.C., and the Human Rights First Society in Saudi Arabia have entered into partnership and cooperation under the leadership of Al Waref founder Marah Bukai and the Human Rights First Society president Ibrahim Al Mugaiteeb.
Freedom of religion and the right of religious minorities to believe, worship, and live in accordance with their religious beliefs, without discrimination or persecution, has become a universally accepted right vested in every individual human being.
Why do we call it political violence when apolitical civilians are the ones who suffer most? It seems to be because political factors, the concerns from the leaders in power or those individuals seeking power, are driving the violence.
Is it possible for a society that is built upon pluralism of races, ethnicity, and cultures to have a unifying identity independent of its distinct racial, ethnic and cultural components? Is it unrealistic to believe in a unilateral cultural identity? Put another way, is E Pluribus Unum a viable national credo in today's world?
By Marah Bukai Exclusive for Al Waref The U.S. institutions carry all the necessary chromosomes of eternal youth and attractive political vitality. It is still immune to the flaccidity and fatigue that hit aging nations. It will remain capable of running the democratic process inland and overseas into the third millennium of modern human history.
By Jennifer Young Exclusive for Al Waref Wellbeing is generally synonymous with having security. This could mean security of food, shelter, identity, freedom; security from harm. When this security is in danger; either perceived or real, it is natural to act aggressively to protect what one holds dear. However, in the case of United States diplomacy,what should be sacrificed in the name of national security?
What kind of pleasure can be found in vibrant movements of the body, its studied shivering, and its fight against emptiness? And how can dancers succeed in maneuvering on the stage to the point where it takes our breath away?