Russia and China have both signaled that they are fed up of the US using the dollar to blackmail other countries into towing Washington’s diktat. They have, together with a number of countries, decided to ditch the dollar.
After huffing and puffing like the big bad wolf for several weeks against the Islamic Republic of Iran, Donald Trump was forced to make a climb-down. On a visit to Tokyo on May 27, Trump said he was not after “regime change” in Iran; he only wanted to make sure they do not have nuclear weapons. Iran does not, but who gave Trump the right to decide that anyway?
Pakistan debt continues to climb and going to the IMF for another bailout package is not a good omen for the future.
The pathetic Arabian regimes will never work for Muslim cooperation or unity but there are hopeful signs that some other countries may be able to move in that direction.
Last month, there were two noisy and violent elections—one in Zionist Israel and the other in Hindu India. In both, war criminals sought reelection. The Indian farce is still underway. These elections once again confirm that they are only meant to rubberstamp war criminals back into power.
The UN Human Rights Council’s special investigation commission says Israel may have committed war crimes in Gaza. The next step should be to bring charges against Israeli rulers—civilian and military—at the International Criminal Court.
Last month, India and Pakistan came to the brink of full-blown war. At the root lies the unresolved issue of Kashmir. Unless this long-festering problem is resolved according to the wishes of the people of Kashmir, the risk of war remains.
Shunned by the rest of the world in the wake of the Jamal Khashoggi murder, Muhammad bin Salman was embraced and feted by the Pakistanis. This may turn out to be a costly mistake for Pakistan.
The Americans have lost to the Taliban in Afghanistan. What is euphemistically referred to as “negotiations” are really the terms of American surrender to be able to safely withdraw their forces from Afghanistan.
By kidnapping Press TV anchor Marzieh Hashemi and holding here hostage, the US regime has once again exposed its true face: it is not a regime governed by the rule of law; gangsters run this lawless state.
Brexit, Yellow Vest and the rise of fascist parties all across Europe signal trouble for the continent of 500 million people. Can disintegration be far behind?
Donald Trump claimed the US has ‘defeated’ ISIS so he is pulling the 2,000 troops out. The US has done no such thing; ISIS is a US creation. It has been defeated by the resistance front, period!
Staring defeat in the Hindu Kush mountains, the Americans have come up with other delusional proposals to destabilize neighboring Pakistan and stay in war-torn Afghanistan.
Every 10 minutes a child dies in Yemen because of the total siege imposed by the US-UK-Saudi and their allies. There is also widespread famine, entirely man-made, due to the war imposed on the country.
America is the only country in the world that uses sanctions as a weapon of war. The list of sanctioned countries is growing but apart from creating mass starvation and deaths, the Washington warlords have achieved little.
The world is changing fast. This can be witnessed in the new alliances that are emerging to challenge US hegemony.
October 27 is observed as Black Day in Kashmir. This year was no different except that the Indian occupiers surpassed even their past gory record.
There is something in the Europeans’ gene propelling them toward fascism. Europe has the dubious distinction of having given birth to many demonic ideologies but fascism remains its enduring legacy.
Shaykh Ibrahim Zakzaky, leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria has been held illegally for nearly three years now. The Nigerian regime is beholden to Zionism and Wahhabism and the Shaykh is the victim of external pressure on the Abuja regime.
While there is marked increase in threats from the US and Zionist Israel against Islamic Iran and Hizbullah, should either of the aggressors blunder into launching an attack, they will find the outcome very grim for them.