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Safar, 14242003-04-16

Crescent International Vol. 32, No. 4

Occupied Arab World

US targets independent media in its war on Iraq

Crescent International

Tariq Ayoub, an correspondent for the independent Arab satellite television channel al-Jazeera, was killed in Baghdad on April 8 when the al-Jazeera office was attacked by a US aircraft while showing some of the mounting slaughter being committed by US troops throughout the Iraqi capital.

Occupied Arab World

Traumatised Iraqis hunt their dead as Baghdad falls to US troops

Ahmad Musa

The US made great play of jubilation in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, on April 9, when the US invasion seemed to have forced the collapse of the Iraqi regime.

Occupied Arab World

Palestinians struggling to meet demands of a road map to nowhere

Crescent International

As the end of the Iraq war draws near, attention is turning back to Palestine for a number of reasons. One is the zionists’ hope of exploiting the Iraq situation for their own ends.

South-East Asia

Anger over Iraq invasion slowly evolves into action as western interests targeted in south-east Asia

Abdar Rahman Koya

As American and British forces ‘mop up’ the pockets of resistance while ‘cruising’ through Baghdad, the protest and anger generated before and during the war are taking on a new dimension that may not be so easy to deal with as Saddam’s regime...

Special Reports

Continuing politicking around the Babri Mosque controversy

Zawahir Siddique

After the success of the Hindu fascists’ ‘Gujarat model’ for electoral success last year, communal politics in India have received a major boost and the Babri mosque controversy has become especially relevant again.

Special Reports

Reasons for the inability of Arab states to protect Iraq from US invasion

Zafar Bangash

Even as Iraq is bombed into submission, Arab rulers continue to cooperate with the US while mouthing slogans to give the impression that they oppose the war. The "Arab street" will not tolerate these attacks, they say, yet their security forces feel no compunction about attacking anti-war protesters in Cairo, Amman, Sana and other capitals.


American losses mounting as Afghans maintain resistance

Zia Sarhadi

Hamid Karzai, the American-installed puppet in Afghanistan, was dealt another blow when Haji Gilani, one of his close allies, was gunned down outside his home in Deh Rawood, Uruzgan province, during the night of April 3. His nephew was also shot dead by six armed men, who then managed to escape.


Forecast of almost immediate peace in Sudan bodes ill for its territorial integrity

M.A. Shaikh

Both president Hassan al-Bashir and colonel John Garang, the leader of the Sudanese People’s Liberation Army (SPLA), believe that they will be able to conclude a final peace agreement by the end of June, as statements from the offices of the newly elected Kenyan president and the regional mediators show.

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