Sohrab Ahmari, Wall Street Journal

Sohrab Ahmari

Wall Street Journal

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Sohrab:

My Family’s Iranian Revolution

The return of the Ayatollah Khomeini in 1979 brought joy at first, then despair and dislocation → Read More

Supporting Roy Moore Is a Devil’s Bargain

A plea to my fellow Christians and social conservatives. → Read More

The New York Times Company

In grilling Catholic judicial nominee Amy Coney Barrett about her faith, the senator revealed her own orthodoxy. → Read More

Liberalism: Believers Need Not Apply

Progressives have triumphed spectacularly over faith and tradition. Now they are targeting conscience itself. → Read More

In Iran, Radio Liberty Doesn’t Live Up to Its Name

The Persian-language service too often parrots state media and doesn’t give Israel a fair shake. → Read More

China’s New Silk Road Targets Central Europe

Beijing’s economic foothold in the region has been more hype than reality. But the political influence is serious. → Read More

French Censors Target Children With Down Syndrome

A public-service TV ad—‘Dear Future Mom’—is rejected because it could trigger guilty feelings. → Read More

The Bishop Who Took On the Führer

He asked: ‘Have you, have I, the right to live only so long as we are productive?’ → Read More

An Iranian Voter’s Guide: Don’t Vote

The people humiliate themselves when they participate in the mullahs’ sham elections. → Read More

Recep Tayyip Erdogan Asks You to Shut Up

The Turkish president has launched a global attack on dissent. His latest target: a Washington analyst. → Read More

Sweden Blacklists an Antiabortion Midwife

Ellinor Grimmark found the ‘opinion corridor’ was too narrow to make room for her Christian faith. → Read More

Benjamin Netanyahu’s Told-You-So Moment

The Israeli leader could be opportunistic and vulgar in pressing his case against the Iran deal. He was also right. → Read More

Europe’s Soulless Liberalism

A dour, self-righteous and conformist version has come to define the liberal idea across much of the Continent. → Read More

A Read on the Conscience of Neil Gorsuch

Sohrab Ahmari writes that Judge Gorsuch’s 2006 book about euthanasia demonstrates a thoughtful commitment to equality and dignity. → Read More

De-Christianization in the West is a real threat. But Putinism isn’t the answer.

Christianity faces a grave threat from globalization, but Vladimir Putin does not offer the right response. → Read More

Ergodan Withdraws From the West

Now the West needs to decide whether to maintain the fiction that Turkey is a reliable member of the club. → Read More

A Theatrical Rebuttal to the Farce of ‘Dignicide’

Journal editorial writer Sohrab Ahmari interviews the creator of “Assisted Suicide: The Musical,” who says euthanasia denies the value of people who have illnesses or disabilities. → Read More

What Trump Doesn’t Get About NATO and Putin

U.S. primacy and Russian imperialism aren’t the same. Ask the people who’ve experienced both, says Sohrab Ahmari in The Wall Street Journal. → Read More

Pope Francis Routs the Knights of Malta

Journal editorial writer Sohrab Ahmari writes that the pope isn’t afraid to play hardball with a religious order that crosses the Vatican. → Read More

How Liberals Killed the Freedom of Movement

By suppressing debate about Islam, nationalism and terror, the left set the stage for today’s backlash, says Sohrab Ahmari in The Wall Street Journal. → Read More