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    Iran – under the shadow of US sanctions

    People of Iran commemorated two major and significant events in July. The first one – Iran Air-Flight 655, the Iranian civilian airline from Tehran to Dubai that was shot down on 03 July 1988 by USS Vincennes from a guided-missile cruiser killing 290 civilians including women and children. This was during the US–backed Iraq’s imposed […] More

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    Yemen – a genocide on our watch

    End of 2010 was the beginning of anti-government protests that rocked Tunisia. The wave of protests evolved into a massive uprising against unpopular rulers in North Africa and the Middle East -across the Muslim heartland. It was pro-democratic homegrown thrust for self-rule to end the despotic rulers of Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Yemen.  It was the beginning of the ‘Arab […] More

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    Will China-India conflict turn into an American war?

    “Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it” George Santayana “Modi is doomed to repeat the mistakes committed by then-prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru on his China strategy”  Bhim Bhurtel                     A dollar crash is virtually inevitable while the economic war between US […] More

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    Dead elephant walks the talk of islamophobia in India

    A paradigm shift in Indian socio-political realm,leans dangerously towards anti-Muslim rhetoric and crimes. Making India, an epic centre of islamophobia by the unveiling of its secular curtain. Islamophobia and attack on already marginalised Indian Muslims increased since right-wing Modi came into power in 2014. Mob lynching,police brutalitypremeditated crimes against Muslimscontinues to go unpunished.  In 2017, Indian Muslims marked Eid al […] More

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    “American Spring” or “Black Revolution”

    “The US is undergoing a reckoning on race and police brutality”. Lauren Aratani George Floyd, an unarmed African American was brutally murdered cold-bloodedly by Minneapolis policemen.  The post-mortem declares the death as homicide. People demand justice as the protests have flared upacross the US against police brutality and shots fired at the Denver protest. The US has maintained an image of a self-declared human-right champion and global policeman since second world war.  The US wanted to uproot the rough […] More

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    Imam Khomeini (1902-1989): An all-time great revolutionary

    Sayed Ruhollah Musavi Khomeini, popularly known as Imam Khomeini, the architect of Islamic Revolution that shook the world, changing the history of world politics. Imam Khomeini who continues to inspire theoppressed people worldwide because of his lasting legacy. The Imam was born on 24 September 1902 in Khomeyn in Markazi Province of Iran. Syed is a title to the decedent of Prophet of […] More

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    Iranian oil tankers change global power balance

    “If all nations operated like Iran and Venezuela, world peace and stability would replace endless wars of aggression against nations threatening no one”. Stephen Lendman As of today, four of five Iranian tankers arrived in Venezuela as an Eid gift from Iran, to oil-starving Venezuela as a result of American sanctions. All tankers have been navigated according to the plan despite […] More

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    India uses political opportunism in occupied Kashmir under Covid-19

    Is COVID-19 a “perfect cover” for political opportunities? CJ Werleman. While international community is fighting Covid-19 lockdown, Kashmir is under continued lockdown since5 August 2019.  Opportunism and politics are intertwined in reality. For example, how Americans forgot impeachment proceedings for President Trump by diverting attention to the killing of Iranian military general Qassem Soleimani in the beginning of 2020. India intensified military aggression since Covid-19 lockdown by killing maths teacher turned resistance leader Riyaz Naikoo. As part of the operations Indian troopers used earth movers […] More

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    Horrific act of terrorism once again in Afghanistan

    Human Rights Watch condemned the murderous twin attacks in Kabul, Afghanistan as “unspeakable act and apparent war crime.” The heinous first attack was on maternity ward of hospital in southwest of Kabul killing 24 people including newborn babies. The terrorists calculated the time to be the holy month of Ramazan and once again targeted Shia neighbourhood. No group claimed responsibility for […] More

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    Venezuela: making another Syria in Latin America

    “Coups against leaders who are determined to preserve the independence of their nation and defend the sovereignty of their people orchestrated and engineered by the Deep State in the United States.” Dr. Chandra Muzaffar While the world was fighting glo bal pandemic that continues to kill thousands, a failed US coup was taking place in […] More

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    Lockdown within lockdown bleeds Kashmir further

    “Peace in Kashmir is often an oxymoron.” Naseer Ganai After abrogation of Article 370 which gives special status to Kashmir, India didn’t even spare its loyal political servants. Kashmir locked down since 05 August 2019 and cut off from rest of the world and life under siege. Kashmir heavily militarised and occupied by almost one million Indian troops makes it the world’s largest militarised zone.  Normal life is […] More

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    Covid-19 pandemic and US threat to the world

    “All the American bluster blaming China for the Covid-19 pandemic is empty posturing” – Finian Cunningham US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo restated what world already knew when he told Fox News whichreveals that he has no further information. Noteworthy this is the US election year anticipated on 03 November 2020. As a great democracy any means to win the election is justified. According to the reports […] More

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    Love-jihad to Corona-jihad: Islamophobia epidemic in India

    Indian Muslims are being scapegoated for the Coronavirus” Namrata Kolachalam While the international community is busy fighting Coronavirus globally, India is busy spreading Islamophobia in the name of Covid-19. Since Modi took charge as Prime Minister of India forhis second term through the world’s largest democracy process, India’s largest minority, more than 200 million Muslims have been at the receiving end of all […] More

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    Attack on Sikhs to derail Peace-deal in Afghanistan

    “Regional players are weighing their strategic interests in Afghanistan after the US-Taliban deal” – Iftikhar Gilani (05 March 2020) US and Taliban signed a peace-deal on 29 Feb 2020.  Gilani continues, the deal brings “jubilation in Pakistan and cautious optimism on the streets of Afghanistan, India finds unease”. Muslims condemned the terror attack on Sikh […] More

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