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Keyword: Genocide

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Opinion

Saudis’ mass genocide signals end of independent Yemen

Catherine Shakdam

Safar 01, 14382016-11-01

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.

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Opinion

Bani Saud’s genocidal war on Yemen

Catherine Shakdam

Dhu al-Hijjah 29, 14372016-10-01

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.

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News & Analysis

Saudi genocidal war in Yemen continues

Catherine Shakdam

Dhu al-Hijjah 17, 14362015-10-01

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...

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.

Special Reports

Islamic revival in Bosnia: a closer look

Maksud Djavadov

Shawwal 22, 14312010-10-01

Maksud Djavadov, researcher and analyst at the Institute of Contemporary Islamic Thought (ICIT), visited Sarajevo in August 2010 to conduct field research and examine the current situation of Islamic revival there.

Special Reports

America: no stranger to genocidal war crimes

Afeef Khan

Shawwal 22, 14312010-10-01

“To fight and kill is worth three months without sex. Maybe it sounds idiotic but it is better than sex… When you are on the field it is you or the enemy. And when you see the ‘red mist’ [blood spurt from the sniper victim]… it is indescribable.

News & Analysis

Serb killers guilty of genocide in Srebrenica, says ICC

Zulekha Samad

Jumada' al-Akhirah 18, 14312010-06-01

The two defendants convicted of genocide were Lt. Col.Ljubisa Beara, 70. A third Bosnian Serb Army officer, Drago Nikolic, 52, was found guilty of aiding and abetting genocide and sentenced to 35 years. Four other defendants were convicted of crimes against humanity and other wartime atrocities...

Perspectives

Looking back at the war in Bosnia

Iqbal Siddiqui

Rajab 29, 14292008-08-01

During the early 1990s, the war in Bosnia dominated Muslim attention much as a war in Iraq has in the last few years, considering which it is perhaps surprising how little of the events of those years is known to many young Muslims today.

World

Greece joins the fashion for genocide politics against Turkey

Crescent International

Dhu al-Hijjah 05, 14212001-03-01

As president Jacques Chirac of France received Robert Kocharyan, the Armenian head of state, who arrived in Paris on February 12 for a five-day state visit...

World

Mass murder not genocide if victims are Muslim

M.A. Shaikh

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

French legislators voted unanimously on January 18 to recognise the alleged genocide of Armenians by Turks in 1915. At the same time the British government published plans for a memorial day on January 27 for genocide victims worldwide, designed mainly to commemorate the Jewish holocaust and Armenian genocide.

Book Review

How and why the Serbs of Yugoslavia were pushed to genocide against Muslims

Usman Abdul-Hadi

Rajab 22, 14201999-11-01

A number of works on different aspects of the Balkan wars have highlighted the role of the Serbian nationalist media is misinforming the Serbian people of what was really going on, and of preparing the ground for the genocide of the Bosnian Muslims by demonizing them.

Book Review

American critics highlight the genocidal nature of West's policies against Iraq

Ghada Ramahi

Rabi' al-Awwal 02, 14201999-06-16

The development and perfection of methods of mass-destruction must be counted one of the greatest accomplishments of the Eurocentric western civilization. No other civilization in history has shown such callous disregard for humanity and human life as this one.

Features

Palestine: from the river to Kosova

Ramzy Baroud

Safar 16, 14201999-06-01

As confused as they have always been regarding their stance in world conflicts, many Muslims seem unable to form a coherent and comprehensible position on NATO’s bombardment of Yugoslavia

World

NATO’s bombing strategy raises questions about their true intentions

Crescent International

Dhu al-Hijjah 14, 14191999-04-01

The west finally accepted the necessity to bomb Yugoslavia on March 25, after their repeated attempts to help Milosevic to solve his Kosova problem were rebuffed. However, the strategy they implemented, and the predictable results of the first few days of their attacks, raise serious questions about their genuine intentions.

South-East Asia

Independence promised for Timorese, while genocide perpetrated against Acehnese

Hamid Papang

Dhu al-Qa'dah 13, 14191999-03-01

Even as the Indonesian regime was about to make the startling announcement that East Timor would be given a choice between greater autonomy within Indonesia or becoming independent...

Book Review

Coherent framework for understanding Kosova beyond Serbian myths

Iqbal Siddiqui

Muharram 19, 14191998-05-16

The first point any informed reader will note about this book is that Malcolm uses the Serbian form ‘Kosovo’ throughout in preference to the Albanian form ‘Kosova’, used by Kosovars themselves. As in the Bosnian case, the use of terminology in discussing Kosova is politically sensitive.

Features

Cheaply flows the blood of Muslims

Zafar Bangash

Ramadan 17, 14181998-01-16

Not only Muslim blood but even Muslim honour is cheap. One only has to glance at the world from Indonesia to Morocco and all places in-between for confirmation. The death toll is so horrendous that it defies description.

South-East Asia

60 years of genocide against the Muslims in Burma

Ali Ahmad

Dhu al-Qa'dah 07, 14171997-03-16

Although human rights activists groups have spoken out against the injustices by Burma’s military regime , SLORC (State Law and Order Restoration Council), little awareness of the brutalities against Burmese Muslims have concerned the Muslim world.

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