Josep Borrell, the EU Foreign Policy chief, gave a rambling speech to EU ambassadors. In addition to his racist remarks about Europe being “paradise” and outside it a “jungle”, his speech failed to address the inevitable emergence of a multipolar world and how to reconcile with it.
Two unelected leaders, Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister, and Head of the Church of England, Queen Elizabeth II, carry out a coup in Britain.
The European Union is unraveling. Not only Brexit but also differences between France and Italy as well as the rise of fascist parties to positions of power indicate the failure of European integration.
Brexit, Yellow Vest and the rise of fascist parties all across Europe signal trouble for the continent of 500 million people. Can disintegration be far behind?
Elites in Western societies are in panic. Elections are no longer yielding the results they had hoped for.
The Zionists not only want to occupy the whole of Palestine but their special target is al Masjid al Aqsa, the holy sanctuary. They have intensified their attacks in recent weeks as Muslim attention is diverted elsewhere.1
Britons voted to leave the European Union. Coupled with Turkey’s failed coup, it has changed the global situation radically. There will now be new political realignments in the region.1
Part of the reason why people came out in such large numbers to support the elected government of President Recep Tayip Erdogan is that it has provided tangible benefits to the people since the AKP came to power in 2002.1
In selecting Theresa May as the new prime minister, the British establishment has opted for another Margaret Thatcher. Can the consequences be any different for ordinary Brits, especially Muslims?1
Europe’s mask of civility is off. Islamophobia and anti-immigrant sentiment are rampant and expressed openly. Our correspondent offers some tips on how to go about living and traveling in Europe.2
The referendum result in Britain on whether to stay or leave the European Union (EU) was not supposed to go the way it did. The expectation was that people would opt to stay. The result stunned everyone including those cynically leading the Leave campaign. Britain and the EU are now stuck with an oucome that is fraught with great risks.
Rightwing parties have made a strong showing in elections in a number of countries recently including Austria. Our correspondent examines the reasons and what this may imply for the future of Muslims.