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Crescent International Vol. 50, No. 1
Rajab, 14422021-03-01
Main Stories

America’s Founding Myths: Manifest Destiny, Exceptionalism and Other Nonsense

Zafar Bangash

All countries rely on myths to project their image but American myths about its greatness and as a light unto other nations are repeated so often that most people have come to believe them. The realit...

Main Stories

Can US Political Divide be Bridged? The Short Answer is No

Kevin Barrett

America is a deeply divided society today. Events of the last few months have brought these divisions to the fore. Can Americans overcome such divisions? The chances of reconciliation appear slim.

Editorials

The Iran Nuclear Deal

Editor

There is much talk about how to save the Iran nuclear deal. There is a simple solution: the US must lift all sanctions illegally imposed on Iran when Donald Trump walked away from the deal in 2018. Jo...

Opinion

Isra wal Mi‘raj

Zafar Bangash

Muslims have a tendency to speak about the miraculous nature of the event o...

Opinion

Don’t Find Fault with What You don’t Understand

Abu Dharr

In his continuing series on Hadith compilation, Abu Dharr calls upon Muslim...

News & Analysis

Some Indian Media Outlets Expose Modi’s Complicity in the Pulwama Attack

Tahir Mahmoud

Two years ago, when Indian troops were attacked near Pulwama in Indian occu...

News & Analysis

Connectivity: The New Buzzword to Promote Trade between Pakistan, Iran and Turkey

Waseem Shehzad

As neighbors, Pakistan, Iran and Turkey are natural candidates for road and...

News & Analysis

Why Leftist Dogmas Failed During the Islamic Revolution in Iran?

Tahir Mustafa

Prior to the victory of the Islamic revolution in Iran, groups in various c...

News & Analysis

Yemen Approaches Sixth Year of Brutal War

Brecht Jonkers

The month of March will mark six years of the brutal Saudi-led war on Yemen...

Despite its immense potential, Pakistan has not made the progress it deserves. We look at the reasons for this failure and what can be done to rectify them.

Letters to the Editor
Opinion Poll

With the pandemic and economic meltdown, several Middle Eastern regimes, especially Saudi Arabia may face serious difficulties including a possible coup attempt to remove crown prince Mohammad bin Salman

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Authors

Abu Dharr

Khadijah Ali

John Andrew Morrow

Hayy Yaqzan

Kevin Barrett

Jamshed Abbas

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