The US is a habitual meddler in others’ affairs so it has not right to complain about allegations of Russian manipulation of the last election, writes Mohamed Khaku.
Poverty is deliberately engineered because of unfair trade and financial practices, according to Shamim Kausar.
The Bani Saud may think they are unique but people in the Arabian Peninsula are beginning to speak out and demand change, writes a native son, Mohammed Siddiq.
It is time to abolish the UN; it has not solved a single problem facing the world, according to Shakir Butt.
Victory of the resistance front in Syria against imperialist-Zionist-Wahhabi conspiracy has encouraged letter writer Aslam Sheikh.
While the Western corporate media has been spewing nonsensical propaganda against Syria without visiting the country, two courageous journalists—Eva Bartlett and Vanessa Beeley—have exposed these lies by visiting Syria and reporting directly from there what the reality is, says Alberto Diaz.
Letter writer Nisar Dean has hit the nail on the head by saying Muslims need to change themselves first before there will be change in Muslim societies.
Crescent International’s coverage of the tragic developments in Kashmir has moved letter writer Salman Butt to thank the newsmagazine.
Berating Donald Trump’s outlandish policies, Charlie Hendricks thinks the American establishment might kill him because he is proving a huge embarrassment for them.
Western lies augmented by fake videos about events in Syria are coming thick and fast from their agents, writes Shahnaz Mirza.
Has Recept Tayip Erdogan really changed his policy about Syria, asks letter writer,Mehmet Alparsalan.
Realizing the terrible plight of the Kashmiri people, Israr Ahmed Butt asks Muslims and other justice-loving people to lend their support to them.
How nasty is Narendra Modi? Even Indians admit he is a disgrace and has the blood of innocent people on his hands.
Long-time reader Abdullah Umar finds Crescent International’s coverage of Muslim and global events enlightening and far ahead of others.
Letter writer Abdul Jalil Khan says he has no sympathy for the people of America and Saudi Arabia, one for elected a racist as president and the other for tolerating a family of crooks.
If the US were to try and meddle with the Iran deal, it would end up as loser.
By sustaining their campaign against a 700,000-strong army of occupation, the Kashmiris have shown they are not cowed down by oppression and terror. This in itself is their victory.
Donald Trump’s election has caused panic among the takfiris who see their finances and support coming to an end.
There is a clear break between the Egyptians and Saudis despite the Saudis having given billions in aid to Cairo.
Mohammed H. Siddiq, a native son of Arabia exposes the true nature of Bani Saud.2