In a surprising development, the people of Egypt have shed their fear of the brutal Sisi regime and come out in the streets to demand his ouster. They responded to the call from an unlikely source: a former military contractor familiar with widespread corruption. He is currently living in exile.
Despite troubles in many parts of the Muslim world, the Zionist threat to Masjid al Aqsa cannot be overlooked. The Zionists are making furious efforts to take it over. They must not be allowed to do so.
In India Hindu fascists are lynching innocent Muslims in public while in Occupied Palestine, the Zionists are killing and maiming Palestinians. Both regimes share a lot in common.
Only a mental retard will say he wants to negotiate and impose sanctions on the other side at the same time. This is what Donald Trump has done vis-a-vis Iran and then he expresses surprises that Tehran is not taking up his offer of talks.
Five-year-old Aisha Lulu living in Gaza’s al-Bureij locality had brain tumor and needed surgery at al-Maqasid Hospital in Jerusalem. The Zionists refused to give her mother a visa to go with her. A stranger took her but the poor child died soon after returning because of the trauma that she suffered, showing the Zionists callousness.
When the International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor tried to investigate US war crimes in Afghanistan to question American soldiers, the regime in Washington revoked the prosecutor’s visa to enter the US!
Under pressure from pro-Israeli groups, Toronto City Hall has come out swinging against the annual Quds Day rally and want to deny it public space that the fascists, racist, zionists and white supremacists enjoy without any hindrance.
The Catholic Church is ridden with sexual scandals but in the past, these were swept under the rug. The problem has now become so serious that nuns have publicly spoken out about priests raping them and the Pope has admitted that some priests held nuns as “sexual slaves”. Will the Church take practical steps to correct the situation?
The Americans are dishonest to the core. Not surprisingly, the Taliban do not trust them one bit. The Americans want to retain military bases in Afghanistan; the Taliban will have none of this. Who can blame them?
With the regime-change plot in Syria biting the dust, Arabian potentates are rushing to kiss and make-up with Syria’s Bashar al Asad. It is a sea change from the beginning of 2011.
Occupation of other people’s land is illegal under every law and convention. This rule, however, does not seem to apply to the Zionists and imperialists as witnessed in the recent UN resolution about the illegality of Zionist occupation of the Syrian Golan Heights.
While Khashoggi’s brutal murder has spotlighted the dark conduct of Saudi rulers, it has also forced Western media outlets to look a little closer at the horrors perpetrated in Yemen.
Arabian officials do not make even a pretense of condemning terrorism. They are openly applauding it as was evident in the September 22 terrorist attack in Ahvaz that killed 29 people including women and children.
The Nigerian regime has no case against Shaykh Zakzaky and his wife but they are incarcerated because the regime is beholden to Zionist Israel and Saudi Arabia as well as afraid of the Shaykh’s popularity among the masses.
The Zionists are terrified of Palestinian youth flying kites over Gaza. They have used missiles fired from drones as well as artillery fire against the youth flying kites.
By separating children from parents, especially mothers, Trump has exposed himself yet again as a callous, selfish beast.
In the confessional ridden political set-up in Lebanon, the Hizbullah-led alliance still emerged on top despite US, Zionist and Saudi manipulation and disruption.
The US has successfully used the dollar to undermine countries that refuse to kowtow to its diktat. Now, some of the countries—Islamic Iran, Turkey, Russia and China—have decided to bypass the dollar.
Not just Donald Trump but other Western regimes are also backtracking on the nuclear deal with Iran. This confirms yet again that Western regimes cannot be trusted to uphold agreements that they sign.
In one of the most glaring admissions of its role as sponsor of terrorists, Saudi Arabia asked Iraq to extradite 400 of its citizens captured in the fight against Da‘ish and convicted of terrorism by Iraqi courts