CJ Werleman is the author of 'Crucifying America', 'God Hates You, Hate Him Back' and 'Koran Curious', and is the host of Foreign Object.
Many Muslims who attended Hajj expressed feeling furious and emotionally distressed after being left without the facilities they were promised, with many having to pay extra exorbitant amounts for hotels and flights due to Motawif's poor services.
Comment: The international community must act now to prevent further atrocities against Rohingya refugees, writes CJ Werleman.
Comment: Both Beijing and New Delhi are seeking to smear each other's reputation by pointing to their respective mistreatment of Muslims, writes CJ Werleman.
Comment: Western governments must target supply chains, and punish corporations that continue to profit from directly from forced Uighur labour, writes CJ Werleman.
Comment: In light of this new, shocking evidence, an ICC investigation into into war crimes is now more urgent than ever, writes CJ Werleman.
Comment: While a Sanders presidency would be a major step up, there's still room for improvement in his foreign policy, writes CJ Werleman.
Opinion: Documents leaked of China's treatment of Uighur Muslims are final proof Beijing is carrying out cultural genocide in Xinjiang, or what was once independent East Turkestan, writes CJ Werleman.
The ICJ's ruling, while commendable and historic, does little to change realities on the ground for not only 1.3 million Rohingya refugees, but also the 200,000 who remain trapped.
Comment: Australia's treatment of two gay men fleeing persecution in Saudi Arabia is a far cry from the liberal image it likes to paint for itself, writes CJ Werleman.
Comment: Even the most progressive of candidates would have the weight of a skewed system to contend with once in the Oval office, writes CJ Werleman.