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Khadijah Ali

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News & Analysis

Destruction and Death stalk Yemen

Khadijah Ali

Jumada' al-Akhirah 02, 14382017-03-01

More than 12,000 people have been killed in Yemen, most of them civilians, by the Saudi-led war. Damage to infrastructure is also immense. By attacking Yemen, the Bani Saud may have dug their own grave.

Islamic Movement

The life and times of el-Haj Malik Shabazz (Malcolm X)

Khadijah Ali

Jumada' al-Ula' 04, 14382017-02-01

El Haj Malik Shabazz (aka Malcolm X) was a remarkable Muslim leader who emerged from the ghettoes and rose to meteoric heights. He was gunned down in the prime of his life because of his incredible influence on African Americans amid fears that he might cause a revolution in America.

Main Stories

Samantha Power, have you no shame?

Khadijah Ali

Rabi' al-Thani 03, 14382017-01-01

American officials of all stripes shamelessly tell lies and even make scandalous allegations against others. The latest to join this long list is US ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power.

Special Reports

Rise of the halal products industry

Khadijah Ali

Dhu al-Hijjah 29, 14372016-10-01

The halal products industry is a multi-billion dollar business and as more Muslim consumers demand products suitable to their needs, this industry will grow. Will Muslim States take advantage of this?

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News & Analysis

Dangerous to be black in America!

Khadijah Ali

Shawwal 27, 14372016-08-01

Police in America have declared war on the black population. They are shot and killed even if they are unarmed and have surrendered to the police. Even the courts are backing the killers in uniform.

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Main Stories

Muhammad Ali: boxing legend, human rights activist

Khadijah Ali

Ramadan 26, 14372016-07-01

Muhammad Ali was not only a world-class boxer, he was also a human rights activist and stood against the immoral Vietnam War and refused to fight there for which the US establishment punished him. In death, however, they eulogized him because he had become an international icon.

Islamic Movement

Remembering el-Haj Malik Shabazz (Malcolm X)

Khadijah Ali

Rabi' al-Thani 22, 14372016-02-01

Malcolm X—real name El Haj Malik Shabazz—arguably the most outstanding Islamic leader in America will not be remembered as Martin Luther King Jr was. The difference is that Malcolm was totally uncompromising with the oppressors. Some memorable quotes of Malcolm X A self-taught man, Malcolm X’s character and qualities can be discerned from his statements.

News & Analysis

Muslims targeted in Canada after attacks in Paris

Khadijah Ali

Safar 19, 14372015-12-01

Canada may have elected 10 Muslims to parliament — the first time in its history — but that is no protection against racist attacks. Several arson and physical attacks against masjids and Muslims have occurred in Canada in the wake of the terrorist acts in Paris on November 13.

News & Analysis

Harper’s crusade against lone niqabi woman

Khadijah Ali

Jumada' al-Akhirah 12, 14362015-04-01

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has taken on a single niqabi woman to launch his crusade against Muslims. With the economy under his watch tanking, he has resorted to fear-mongering but not all Canadians are buying his hate-filled message.

News & Analysis

Canadian bill massive assault on civil liberties

Khadijah Ali

Jumada' al-Ula' 10, 14362015-03-01

The Harper government’s Bill C-51 is a massive assault on the civil and political rights of all Canadians. He is rushing it through parliament without much debate. Leading Canadians including former prime ministers, justices, solicitors general and law professors have decried its draconian measures that will turn Canada into a police state.

News & Analysis

Harper rejects appeal to treat wounded Gaza children

Khadijah Ali

Dhu al-Qa'dah 06, 14352014-09-01

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has rejected appeals from doctors and politicians to allow Palestinian children wounded in Israel’s brutal assault on Gaza, to get treatment in Canada. Harper is a staunch ally of Israel.

News & Analysis

America loses another war: on poverty

Khadijah Ali

Sha'ban 03, 14352014-06-01

It may sound contradictory but poverty in the US is widespread despites its being the world’s richest country. This is because inequality is built in to the US system with the rich getting richer and poor getting poorer.

News & Analysis

Troubling provisions in Canada’s Citizenship act

Khadijah Ali

Rabi' al-Thani 29, 14352014-03-01

The Conservative government’s proposed Citizenship Act eliminates due process and hands decision-making power of taking away citizenship to politicians that can be fickle and pander to mass generated hysteria against targeted groups.

News & Analysis

Unanimous support for Kashmir resolution at CPA Convention

Khadijah Ali

Rabi' al-Thani 01, 14352014-02-01

In what must be a first in Canadian history, the Canadian Peace Alliance (CPA), an umbrella group of more than 550 organizations across Canada unanimously approved a resolution presented by the Friends of Kashmir calling for referendum in Kashmir.

Opinion

Malala and Nabeela: a tale of two girls

Khadijah Ali

Dhu al-Hijjah 27, 14342013-11-01

The manner in which the plight of two Pakistani girls—Malala and Nabeela—has been addressed or not addressed, says much about the West’s policies and values.

News & Analysis

Zionist blackmail fails to stop Toronto Quds Rally

Khadijah Ali

Shawwal 24, 14342013-09-01

The annual Quds Day rallies have become a global phenomenon. In North America, Toronto holds by far the largest rally anywhere. At the same time, the rally has also attracted some unsavoury characters, like the Zionist thugs that want to disrupt it. They have failed and will continue to fail in the future as well, insha’Allah.

News & Analysis

Ray of hope for Aafia Siddiqui?

Khadijah Ali

Ramadan 23, 14342013-08-01

Recent reports indicate that the Pakistani government is in talks with US officials over the transfer of Dr Aafia Siddiqui to Pakistan to serve the remainder of her 86-year jail sentence there. Will this materialize or is it another of those false hope balloons?

Special Reports

Violence against women, an epidemic

Khadijah Ali

Sha'ban 22, 14342013-07-01

The physically weak have always been at the receiving end of violence. Their weakness is seen as an invitation to violence and aggression against them. This is most clearly visible among beasts.

News & Analysis

Canada’s Supreme Court rejects niqab ban

Khadijah Ali

Safar 19, 14342013-01-01

Much to the chagrin of the Islamophobes and their fellow travellers from among the lunatic fringe of Muslims, the Supreme Court of Canada rejected the call to ban the niqab in courts when Muslim women testify. The majority opinion written by the honourable Chief Justice, Beverley McLaghlin laid out a four-step approach for judges to consider about the niqab use in courts.

News & Analysis

Grim legacy of the war on Bosnia

Khadijah Ali

Rajab 11, 14332012-06-01

The long-suffering people of Bosnia-Herzegovina received two items of bad news last month amid grim reminders of the 20th anniversary of the Serbian-led war that had caused 200,000 Bosnian deaths.

News & Analysis

Is Islamophobia now official policy in Canada?

Khadijah Ali

Safar 07, 14332012-01-01

With his December 12 outburst against niqab, Canadian Immigration Minister Jason Kenney confirmed that the rightwing government he serves is rabidly Islamophobic. This is not the first time Kenney and other members of the Conservative government led by Stephen Harper have attacked Muslims.

News & Analysis

Muslim fringe group joins Hindu and Jewish extremists to oppose salah in Toronto school

Khadijah Ali

Ramadan 01, 14322011-08-01

Held for three years at a local school without incident, it suddenly became an issue last month when a Hindu group objected to Muslim students praying in the school cafeteria. Valley Park Middle School in Flemingdon Park, in the Toronto suburb of Don Mills inhabited predominantly by Muslim immigrants from Pakistan and India, became the centre of controversy when a group calling itself Canada Hindu Advocacy (CHA) raised objections.

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