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Special Reports

Deaths of allied troops force West to admit the nature of deplete uranium weapons

Helena Bestakova

Dhu al-Qa'dah 07, 14212001-02-01

Despite widespread concern about the impact of depleted-uranium weapons used by the West in Iraq and elsewhere, western governments refused to address the issues until their own troops started developing cancer.

Occasional Paper

Ben Ali and the Arabic Diary (Part One)

Yusuf Progler

Ramadan 24, 14202000-01-01

In the early nineteenth century, an African Muslim was living out the rest of his adult life in chattel slavery on a plantation in Antebellum America. Before dying on the eve of the Civil War, he left a handwritten Arabic manuscript with an acquaintance of his slave master.

Malcolm X Speech: There's A Worldwide Revolution Going On (Feb. 15, 1965)

Malcolm X (Malik el-Shabazz)

Shawwal 22, 13891970-01-01

Normally I wouldn’t get excited over a few bombs, but the ones who threw these not only aimed them in rooms where there—where there was no one, but even in rooms where three of my daughters sleep. One daughter six, one daughter four, and one daughter two. And since I am, am quite certain that those who threw the bombs knew my house well enough to know where everyone was sleeping, I can’t quite bring my heart to the point where it can in any way be merciful, or from now on compromising, toward anyone who can be that low.

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