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Keyword: British Imperialism

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Bani Saud and Bani Isra’il: colonial creations

Zafar Bangash

Muharram 19, 14372015-11-01

The British colonialists have inflicted immense damage on the world of Islam. Nothing, however, compares in destructiveness to the imposition of the two illegiti-mate entities on the holiest places of Islam: the Najdi Bedouins (aka Bani Saud or the House of Saud) in the Arabian Peninsula, especially the Hijaz, and the Zionists in Palestine.


What future for Pakistan?

Zafar Bangash

Rabi' al-Awwal 04, 14302009-03-01

March 23 is an important landmark in Pakistan’s history. It was on this date in 1940 that the All-India Muslim League passed a resolution in Lahore demanding a separate homeland for the Muslims of India. Within seven years Pakistan emerged on the world map as an independent state.


India still facing increasing separatist tendencies

Qazi Umar

Rajab 16, 14252004-09-01

Dr B. R. Ambedkar, architect of the Indian constitution, defined Indian independence as the "transfer of British imperialism to Brahminic hegemony". August 15 marked the 57th anniversary of this event...

Occupied Arab World

US and British losses increase as Iraqis fight back against occupiers

Ahmad Musa

Jumada' al-Ula' 01, 14242003-07-01

American and British claims that Iraq was calm except for limited resistance by a few pro-Saddam stragglers were blown away on June 24, when six British soldiers were killed by angry people in Majar al-Kabbir, a small town north of Basra, in response to aggressive and intrusive anti-resistance operations.

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The Islamic Revolution of 1920 in Iraq

Zuhayr Sulayman

Muharram 01, 14061985-09-16

The great Islamic revolution of 1920 led by the `Ulama’ in Iraq became known as the `Revolution of 1920' as it took place on the 30th of June 1920, and as most of those who wrote of it dated their articles and the events of the revolution according to the Christian calendar.

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