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Rajab, 14362015-05-01

Crescent International Vol. 44, No. 3

Main Stories

And now an “Arab” army in the making…

Yusuf Dhia-Allah

No single Arabian army or a combination of them has ever won a single battle. Their sole achievement has been to conquer their own hapless people. A new plan proposes an “Arab” army; it will be used to suppress internal dissent, more efficiently!

Main Stories

No Pakistani troops for Yemen, yet!

Waseem Shehzad

Pakistan has so far resisted Banu Saud and allies’ pressure to send its troops to find their illegal wars of aggression, but for how long? Will Nawaz Sharif succumb to Bani Saud pressure?


The axis of US, Banu Saud and Banu Isra’il

Zafar Bangash

The real axis of evil comprises the trio the US, Bani Saud and Bani Isra’il. In this caste pyramid, the Bani Isra’il sit on top, the US in the middle while the Bani Saud, as slaves, are at the bottom.


Disappointing conduct of the Ikhwan and Hamas

Zafar Bangash

Both the Ikhwan al-Muslimoon in Egypt and Hamas in Palestine have suffered greatly but they continue to consort with unsavory characters tarnishing their own reputation.


Bani Saud’s crusade

Zafar Bangash

A thousand years ago, the pope diverted the energies of warring princes in Europe against the Muslims in Palestine. In March the Bani Saud launched their aggression against Yemen. Like the Crusaders of old, the Bani Saud will also fail.


The soft power of events in Yemen

Tahir Mahmoud

The AnsarAllah movement in Yemen offers important lessons for Islamic movements elsewhere to combine political and military struggles to be successful.

News & Analysis

Takfiri project being folded in Iraq

Tahir Mustafa

The takfiri terrorists, aided and abetted by the Ba‘athist terrorists in Iraq are gradually being driven from areas they occupied a year ago. In recent weeks, several masterminds have also been put out of action. Their end cannot be very far.

News & Analysis

Egypt’s courts blot on the name of justice

Ayman Ahmed

Judges in Egypt act like executioners and serve as slaves for the brutes in uniform. Handing death sentences by the scores has become routine in Egypt under the Pharaohs.

News & Analysis

Opportunist Erdogan backpedals on Yemen

Ahmet Aslan

Before his visit, Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan lashed out at Iran for its alleged meddling in Yemen. Once in Tehran and having witnessed the trade opportunities, Erdogan’s tune changed showing his opportunistic side.

News & Analysis

Nigeria’s election: unfurling the spangled

Adamu Adamu

Mohammad Buhari won the Nigerian presidential election fair and square. The US tried to interject itself into the fray not because it loves democracy but because it has an altogether different agenda. Beware the American benevolence!

News & Analysis

Protesters denounce Modi’s visit to Canada

Tahir Mahmoud

Narendra Modi of India is a Hindu Nazi and a mass murderer. That however is no bar to his being welcomed and feted in Western capitals because Western regimes believe there are economic gains to be had. Greed trumps principles.

News & Analysis

India to build Israeli style “settlements” in Kashmir

Ayesha Alam

The people of Kashmir have suffered decades of Indian military occupation and aggression including rape, torture and mass killings. Now the Hindu fascist Bharatiya Janata Party plans to build Israeli-style settlements for Hindus in Kashmir.

Special Reports

Iran fully compliant with IAEA terms

Ayesha Alam

Despite vile propaganda against Islamic Iran relating to its peaceful nuclear program, the IAEA has been forced to retract its own allegations confirming that Tehran has not violated the terms of its international obligations.

Special Reports

Unsubstantiated allegations against Islamic Iran

Our Own Correspondent

Unable to match Islamic Iran’s sincere efforts at helping struggling Muslims worldwide, the Arabian regimes use crude propaganda accusing the only Islamic state of pursuing its “national interests.”

Special Reports

Strategic significance of Pak-China highway

Zia Sarhadi

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif seems to have hit a jackpot. The Chinese plan to invest $46 billion in Pakistan’s infrastructure—roads, railways and power plants—to facilitate transport of Chinese goods to markets worldwide.

Book Review

Writing on the wall for Bani Saud

Muhammad H. al-'Asi

The Bani Saud (aka the House of Saud) seems to be heading for a fall. One generation shuffling to its grave, the other at loggerheads and great discontent internally plus massive failures externally have all combined to make its end nigh, says author Zafar Bangash.

Editor's Desk

‘Moderate’ Syrian rebels’ message to Zionist Israel


The ‘moderate’ Syrian rebels have provided proof, if proof indeed were needed, that they are agents of Zionism and imperialism. They sent a letter to the Zionist regime thanking it and pledging allegiance.

Letters To The Editor

Time to liberate the Haramayn

Ahmed al Suweify

Reader Ahmed al Suweify urges Muslims to seriously consider launching a campaign to get rid of the Bani Saud and reclaim the Haramayn.

Letters To The Editor

Afghanistan-Pakistan relations

Tahir Mangal

If there is peace in Afghanistan, there will be peace in Pakistan says letter-writer Tahir Mangal.

Letters To The Editor

Iran-P5+1 framework agreement

Syed Amir Ali

Caution is the advice of reader Syed Amir Ali to the Islamic Republic in its dealings with the US.

Letters To The Editor


Charles Springer

The people of Yemen have suffered grievously at the hands of the Saudi aggressors. They will, however, not achieve their “objectives”, whatever they are.

Letters To The Editor

No freedom!

Catherine Wainwright

Western regimes talk much about freedom but Muslims in these societies are targeted as part of a campaign that makes mockery of their tall claims.

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