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Muharram, 14342012-12-01

Crescent International Vol. 41, No. 10

Main Stories

Killing Palestinians, way of life for the Zionists

Tahir Mustafa

One thing the Zionists are really good at is killing Palestinian civilians. This is what Israel did in its latest onslaught on Gaza when 161 civilians were slaughtered and more than 1300 injured.

Main Stories

Propaganda, the one war Israel always wins

Zafar Bangash

Zionist Israel can always count on its drumbeaters ensconced in western governments and the media to project it as ‘victim’ even when it kills Palestinian civilians with unrelenting ferocity.


Israel loses the war on Gaza, again

Zafar Bangash

Killing a large number of people is not the only factor that determines the outcome of wars. Zionist Israel murdered 32 times more Palestinians than the latter did to the Israelis yet the Zionists failed in their objectives in Gaza.


US duplicity on Afghan withdrawal

Zafar Bangash

The US has no intention of leaving Afghanistan even if President Barack Obama loudly proclaims that all combat troops will be out of Afghanistan by the end of 2014. American officials are negotiating with the Afghans to keep US troops in the country permanently.


Zionist Israel crimes in Gaza

Zafar Bangash

Zionist Israel is definitely guilty of war crimes but do not expect its political and military rulers to be brought to justice anytime soon. The political dynamics, however, are changing and the Zionists may soon find themselves at the end of the line.


The Prophet’s Karbala

Abu Dharr

In a tightly reasoned and passionately written article, Abu Dharr urges Muslims to be true in their honour and respect of the Messenger of Allah (saws) and love those whom he loved: his Ahl al-Bayt. Among these was Imam al-Husein who was martyred on the plains of Karbala.


Muslims in the West: victims of an inescapable historical confrontation II

Iqbal Siddiqui

Muslims have been at the receiving end of western aggression long before the events of 911 that the west has used to justify its wars on Afghanistan, Iraq and other Muslim countries.

News & Analysis

Egypt: pitfalls of working within the old system

Ayman Ahmed

The travails of President Mohamed Mursi clearly highlight the pitfalls of accepting half-measures and working within the existing jahili system. The old guards are fighting back frustrating the march toward a constitutional-based order in Egypt.

News & Analysis

Saudi succession battle heats up

Mustafa Dhia Allah

With King Abdullah virtually incapacitated—and according to some reports in a coma—the battle for succession has heated up. The appointment of Mohammad bin Nayef gives clue that he might become the king of Saudi Arabia in the near future.

News & Analysis

Muslims not even second-class citizens in UK

Fahad Ansari

In order to deny providing citizenship rights to Muslims, the British government has started stripping British Muslims stranded on other countries of their citizenship altogether.

News & Analysis

M15 is systematically spying on Muslims: what are we going to do about it?

Roshan Muhammad Salih

The British internal intelligence agency is openly spying on Muslims and forcibly recruiting Muslims to spy on fellow Muslims my blackmailing them.

News & Analysis

Beyond the polling booth

Salina Khan

‘Get the vote out,’ was a common refrain heard by Muslims from the minbar prior to the November 6 elections. Salina Khan asks whether the same Imams would be just as eager to link up with people standing for justice and peace.

Special Reports

Uses and abuses of the Internet

Tahir Mahmoud

The Internet can be used as well as abused so Muslims have to be wary of how they approach it.

Special Reports

Aliens amongst us

Mark Glenn

Anders Breivik was neither an aberration nor a ‘lone nut’. He represents a carefully programmed monster by the anti-Islamophobic Zionists that have worked in a systematic manner to target a particular group of people. There are millions of Breiviks waiting to be unleashed.

Editor's Desk

Winners and losers in Israel’s war on Gaza


Zionist Israel was not the only loser in the eight-day war on Gaza. Almost all the Arabian regimes as well as Turkey also lost. The clear winners were Hamas, Islamic Jihad, Islamic Iran and Hizbullah.

Letters To The Editor

US elections

David Peterson

To suggest the Obama would be any different than Romney is deluding oneself about the political system in America.

Letters To The Editor

US drones

Niaz Salamat Ali

America’s drone warfare has caused thousands of innocent deaths in Pakistan. When will this nightmare end?

Letters To The Editor

Learning from the geese

Valdo Orozco

Unity seems to elude Muslims but can they not learn from the geese and how they help each other?

Letters To The Editor

Saga of Malala Yousufzai

Zahid Khan

Malala Yousufzai has been turned into a poster child for a nefarious agenda.

Letters To The Editor

Arabian rulers missing in Gaza

Hashim Abdullah

Why Arabian rulers were not able to offer more than rhetorical support to the Palestinians? Some like the rulers of Saudi Arabia and Jordan did not bother to do even that.

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