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Keyword: Poverty

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Daily News Analysis

Nothing to celebrate on Pakistan Independence Day!

Crescent International

Muharram 16, 14442022-08-14

Daily News Analysis

Impact of Russia-Ukraine war on Africa

Dr Mustafa Bothwell Mheta

Sha'ban 20, 14432022-03-23

Daily News Analysis

The US Empire in terminal decline

Crescent International

Jumada' al-Akhirah 14, 14422021-01-27


Rich World, Poor World

Zafar Bangash

Muharram 21, 14402018-10-01

There is nothing natural about poverty. It is the result of policies pursued by the rich and powerful—the greedy oligarchs—that are determined to accumulate huge amounts of wealth at the expense of the poor.


Judicious use of $11.5 trillion Muslim wealth

Zafar Bangash

Dhu al-Qa'dah 29, 14372016-09-01

Muslims have enormous wealth at their disposal: $11.5 trillion almost equal to the US GDP of $17 trillion. How Muslim wealth is utilized will have enormous implications for their future well-being.

News & Analysis

Top 1% owns the rest of the world – Oxfam

Ayesha Alam

Rabi' al-Thani 11, 14362015-02-01

Instead of acknowledging its own role in supporting takfiri terrorists that were unleashed in Syria, the British government is blaming Muslims for their emergence. As Baronnes Warsi said, Muslims will speak out when they know they will be heard.

News & Analysis

America loses another war: on poverty

Khadijah Ali

Sha'ban 03, 14352014-06-01

It may sound contradictory but poverty in the US is widespread despites its being the world’s richest country. This is because inequality is built in to the US system with the rich getting richer and poor getting poorer.

Occupied Arab World

Massive poverty in the oil-rich kingdom

Tahir Mahmoud

Rabi' al-Thani 05, 14302009-04-01

If someone mentioned spiritual poverty in Saudi Arabia, it would surprise few given the rigid literalist Wahhabi ideology that is imposed on people in the archaic kingdom. After all, women are prohibited from driving and the mutawwa, religious police go around beating people for no apparent reason except that these religious zealots presume people are not following their literalist ideology.

Special Reports

Bridging the global IT gap not a priority for addressing real poverty in the world

Abul Fadl

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

In an attempt to put a happier face on globalization, G8 (Group of Eight, also known as ‘Greedy Eight’) leaders tried to placate the world’s less fortunate at their summit in Japan last July by promising to set up a Digital Opportunities Task Force (DOT) to identify ways to encourage the spread of technology to the farthest reaches of the “developing world”.

Special Reports

The downside of foreign aid and its impact on recipients

Abul Fadl

Jumada' al-Ula' 10, 14191998-09-01

Foreign aid, whether in the form of loans or grants, in cash or in kind, is often touted as a useful way to bring about an international redistribution of global wealth. One streak of classical economic growth theorization, known as the economic convergence theory...


The dilemma of poverty amid growth

Abul Fadl

Rabi' al-Awwal 07, 14191998-07-01

Poverty and hunger are age-old human conditions. Today, as humanity awaits the advent of a new millennium, the world continues to be polarized into poor and rich countries.

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