There may still be some hope from NAM, argues reader.
The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit in Tehran shows that it is not Islamic Iran, but the US and Israel, that are isolated globally.
Western institutions were eager to see what sectarian ammunition Dr Mursi may provide in order to amplify differences within the Muslim Ummah. His performance left them greatly disappointed.
Only Islamic Iran truly embodies the principles for which NAM was established: aligned neither with the East nor the West.
What’s in a NAM? This was answered even before the so-called non-aligned countries, which constitute the Non-Aligned Movement, began their summit in Kuala Lumpur on February 24. For many heads of state who attended, it was a short holiday in the tropics.
India has had a rough couple of weeks as far as Kashmir is concerned. First it was president Nelson Mandela of South Africa who in his welcome address to the non-aligned movement (NAM) summit meeting in Durban on September 2, offered international mediation to resolve the Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan.