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Ramadan, 14432022-05-01

Crescent International Vol. 51, No. 3

Main Stories

Zionists Continue Attacks against Palestinians at al-Aqsa Mosque and The West Bank

Ayman Ahmed

Zionist occupiers of Palestine expose their brutal nature yet again by attacking worshippers inside Masjid al Aqsa but fail to break the Palestinians will to resist. Masjid al-Aqsa is the zionists’ special target.

Main Stories

Erdogan’s Somersaults over Palestine and Masjid Al-Aqsa

Ahmet Mehmet

Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan continues to indulge in political acrobatics by playing both sides of the divide in Palestine. He mouths slogans in support of the Palestinians but continues to maintain close ties with zionist Israel.


Pakistan’s ‘Dakoo’ Dynasties

Zafar Bangash

Power has once again fallen into the hands of thieves and murderers in Pakistan. This is the direct result of American conspiracy carried out through the support of local collaborators among the politicians, media, judges and the military.


A Fault-mender is Better than a Fault-finder

Abu Dharr

In his continuing series on the early history of the emergence of Islamic leadership after the Prophet (pbuh), Abu Dharr highlights the circumstances that led to such decisions. He also exposes the deep-seated prejudices of Muslims wedded to their sectarian outlook.

News & Analysis

Massive Rallies in Support of Imran Khan Reflect Pakistan’s New Reality

Zafar Bangash

Despite his ouster from power, former prime minister Imran Khan continues to attract very large numbers of people to his rallies that support his call for true independence, free from American interference and the corrupt practices of various mafias in Pakistan.

News & Analysis

Qur’an-burning Episodes Reflect anti-Islam Animus of Western Politicians

Khadijah Ali

The hatred of western politicians toward Islam and Muslims is reflected in their sacrilegious acts of Qur’an-burning. While such acts arouse the Muslims’ deep anguish, deep down they represent the pathetic intolerant state of western politics.

News & Analysis

Russia on way to Achieving Its Objectives in Ukraine

Waseem Shehzad

Russia’s “special military operations” in Ukraine appear to be on track to achieve their objectives. The flooding of weapons and mercenaries into Ukraine seem not to have made much of a difference. America’s belligerent policy has also exposed cracks in the NATO alliance.

News & Analysis

Why Qom Pulled It Off, But the Kremlin Couldn’t

Tahir Mustafa

The ulama in Iran have managed to achieve remarkable success in managing their foreign policy while the Kremlin has failed despite being familiar with international politics for far longer than the men with turbans.

News & Analysis

Can Yemen’s Fragile Ceasefire Hold?

Kevin Barrett

While a fragile ceasefire, brokered by the UN has gone into effect in Yemen, will it last is the big question on everyone’s mind.

News & Analysis

US sanctions on Afghanistan will Starve 97% of Its Population

Zia Sarhadi

It is interesting to note so much breast-beating for the plight of Ukrainians facing Russia’s military onslaught, but the same western do-gooders are actively pursuing a policy to starve the poor people of Afghanistan. The UN says, 97% of its population could face starvation. This is a crime against humanity


Quds Day Rallies are Back!


After a hiatus of two years because of restrictions imposed by the worldwide pandemic, Quds Day rallies are back this year.

Book Review

Senior Bureaucrat Offers Insights into State Institutions in Pakistan

Zafar Bangash

A senior Pakistani bureaucrat, now retired from service, offers interesting insights into the workings of state institutions. While the book offers great insights, it also exposes the dysfunctional nature of the Pakistani political system.

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