The Bani Saud clan appears hell-bent on breaking the spirit of resistance of the Yemeni people. But will they succeed or lose their kingdom in the process?
The fickle Arabian rulers are at each other’s throat one minute and rubbing noses and kissing the next. This is what is happening with the rulers of two regimes: Bani Saud of Arabia and the Pharaoh of Egypt.
A celebration of Milad al-Nabi was held at the Islamic Society of York Region, in the Greater Toronto Area, in Canada, on Saturday, December 17th, 2016. The key-note speaker of the event, Dr. John Andrew Morrow, delivered the following lecture, titled “The Covenants of the Prophet: A Call for Co-Existence, Friendship, and Fellowship,” which was warmly received by the 500 guests in attendance.
Facing imminent defeat at the hands of the Ansarallah in Yemen, the Saudis have become desperate. Their pet terrorists, Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, have also failed so the takfiri terrorists have been unleashed in Yemen.
Turkish forces are present in the operation against the takfiris in Mosul without the agreement of the Iraqi government. The two governments have conflicting agendas.
The Saudi regime is guilty of mass genocide in Yemen, the poorest country in the region. It would be difficult to find this out from reading the West’s corporate-owned media.2
After spending more than a trillion dollars in Afghanistan, the Americans are not closer to vanquishing the Taliban. The resistance group has emerged stronger and now occupies large swathes of territory.2
Saudi court preachers miss no opportunity to vilify the Shias. They do not shy away from using even the most sacred platforms, such as the minbar, to spewing hatred.1
The Bahraini regime continues to brutalize the people. One person, Shaykh Issa Qassem symbolizes their struggle against tyranny and oppression.1
The Saudi regime is waging a genocidal war on Yemen yet the world looks the other way. The people of Yemen, however, refuse to take it lying down.1
Yemen’s Ansarallah fighters have proved more than a match for the Saudi-led aggression against Yemen. Together with their allies they have forged ahead to establish a governing council in Sana‘a, the capital.
The Najdi Bedouins, their Arabian allies and the corporate Western media project the Yemenis’ struggle as being limited to the Zaydis of the north is meant to delegitimize it. The struggle is to reclaim Yemen’s sovereignty.2
The Islamic movement in Nigeria is the victim of a regime that is now completely in the pocket of the Wahhabi zealots. Our correspondent exposes this toxic nexus.1
After more than a year of relentless bombing, the Najdi Bedouins have failed to achieve any of their objectives in Yemen. Now Yemen’s partition is being touted as a solution to its problem!
Aleppo, Syria’s largest city and commercial capital before the war, has become a test case for the future of Syria and may become the empire’s graveyard.
There has been little cooperation forthcoming from an organization whose name is a misnomer: Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). As a mere tool in the hands of the Najdi Bedouins, it cannot achieve anything.
Was Russian President Vladimir Putin the real target of the Panama papers’ leak? One cannot help but conclude this from reading the Western corporate-owned media.
The Saudi-led war on Yemen has entered its second year. What is the rationale for this criminal enterprise? We look beyond the obvious and discover another sinister ploy.
Turkey’s wannabe Pasha (Sultan) Recep Tayip Erdogan has gone after the country’s independent media for its temerity in exposing his misdeeds. For all practical purposes, Turkey is now a dictatorship.
The International League for Yemen War Crimes has taken its case to the UN Human Rights Council in hopes of arousing its conscience against crimes the Bani Saud are perpetrating in Yemen, the poorest country in the region.
France claims to be a Republic espousing freedom, liberty and fraternity but it has become a police state and is clamping down hard on intellectuals that dare exercise freedom of expression.
Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan has gone berserk over criticism of his anti-Kurd policy. He has lashed out at intellectuals and scholars displaying his authoritarian streak.
The Yemeni have proved their mettle in battle and thwarted the Najdi Bedouins’ plan to impose their hegemony on the impoverished country. The Yemeni fiasco may lead to the loosening of Bani Saud’s grip on power.
Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan suffers from visions of grandeur and the revival of Ottomanism. The Pasha-in-the-making is likely to have a great fall.
Jordan has joined a number of other Arabian regimes that want to exploit the Syrian refugee crisis to shamelessly advance their own political agenda.
Many analysts and political experts have periodically drawn attention to the fact that Saudi Arabia stands at the brink of an abyss. Fed up with a violent, reactionary regime that caters only to the elite, the people are ready to embark on the revolutionary path to rid themselves of the self-declared royals. The regime, however, has yet to bite the dust.
While rights defenders and pro-democracy activists in Bahrain or abroad have long spoken out against the many heinous crimes committed by the Hamad ibn Issa Aal Khalifa regime, one of the monarchy’s dirtiest little secrets has remained well hidden from view: ethno-sectarian engineering.
While forgotten by much of the world, Bahrain’s revolutionaries continue to struggle for dignified existence while paying a huge price for their struggle...
Into its sixth month, the Saudi genocidal war on Yemen shows no signs of abating. Thousands of civilians have been killed and 22 million of Yemen’s 24 million population is food deficient but the Yemenis are not prepared to surrender to the Najdi Bedouin aggressors...
In March 2015 when Adel al-Jubeir was still the Saudi ambassador to Washington (currently he is the kingdom’s foreign minister), he might have argued that Riyadh’s war on Yemen was a “necessity” — a just cause to be fought in the name of the greater good. The ravages caused in Yemen paint a very different picture.
Never since the destruction of the Ottoman Sultanate at the end of the First World War has the Muslim East and North Africa region (MENA) witnessed such radical changes in its religious, social, economic, and political map.
While battles continue to rage across Yemen, the Najdi Bedouins in control of the Arabian Peninsula are scrambling for new ways to exert pressure on the Yemeni people.
The sentencing of Shaykh Ali Salman may prove the undoing of the Khalifa monarchy in Bahrain.
While the Najdi Bedouins continue with war crimes in Yemen, the Western corporate media project it as the restoration of “democracy” by a regime that considers calls for reform as “terrorism.”
The US-Zionist project to break-up the Muslim East into even smaller pieces is on track. In Iraq, the Kurds are being lined up for this nefarious agenda. Behind it all is the protection of Zionist Israel.
Yemen’s Islamic movement, Ansarallah has taken control of the country and forced the president to resign. The Saudis, Americans and their agents are trying to instigate a civil war now that they have lost the power struggle.
The people of Bahrain will settle for nothing less than justice, equality and democracy and they will continue their peaceful struggle despite the regime’s provocations.
Egyptian media has surrendered virtually all freedoms to support the new pharaoh, General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
Not all Jews are Zionists nor are all Zionists Jews. There are Jews that reject the Zionist State and are not afraid to speak out.
The rise of the takfiris with their black flags, loose hair and propensity for barbaric acts had been predicted in Islamic history. The Crusaders are using them today in their quest to re-occupy the Middle East.1
Al Qaeda is being used in Yemen to fight the Houthis and to frustrate the people’s aspirations for their legitimate rights. The Saudis are waist deep in this grand conspiracy.
The Houthis lightning campaign in Sana‘a has demolished the old regime but what follows next is still not certain.
The Saudi regime tolerates no dissent. It also does not allow any calls for reforms or demands for rights. The latest victim is Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, sentenced to death for criticizing regime policies.
Israel's war on Gaza has little to do with missiles or rockets fired by Hamas; the fact is Israel is after the vast natural gas reserves in the tiny strip. The zionist thieves want to lay their grubby hands on it. Hamas is seen as an impediment to this grand larceny, hence the brutal war to eliminate the resistance movement.