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Hindu Extremists Target Muslims in India and Academics Abroad

Zafar Bangash

Rabi' al-Thani 26, 14432021-12-01

Hindutva extremists have become a global threat. Like all oppressors and terrorists, they attempt to deflect attention from their horrific crimes by conflating criticism of their conduct with that of Hinduism as a religion. They must not be allowed to get away with this.

Afghan Families Selling Children to Survive!

Zia Sarhadi

Rabi' al-Thani 26, 14432021-12-01

The food situation in Afghanistan is grim. It is facing a humanitarian catastrophe. Even the UN and World Food Program have confirmed this. Yet, Western regimes, led by the US, are holding funds that belong to Afghanistan, thereby exacerbating the problem

The Constitution of Madinah: A Model for the Taliban, and for All Islamic Governance

Kevin Barrett

Rabi' al-Awwal 25, 14432021-11-01

As the Taliban grapple with the issue of recognition, they should study the Covenant of Madinah (aka the Constitution of Madinah) as to how the noble Messenger (pbuh) brought diverse groups together into a formal compact to establish the first Islamic State.

Taliban’s Triumph: A Geopolitical Earthquake

Kevin Barrett

Safar 24, 14432021-10-01

The Taliban victory over US imperialism and its Nato allies has shifted the balance of power to the Eurasia landmass. This region will now serve as the engine of economic growth and development.

After the Shooting War, Other Forms of Warfare Against the Taliban Continue

Zia Sarhadi

Safar 24, 14432021-10-01

The shooting war in Afghanistan may be over but other forms of warfare continue. These include economic and propaganda warfare with the specific aim to frustrate the Taliban’s consolidation of power to govern effectively and provide services to the people.

New, Emerging Political Architecture in West Asia

Zafar Bangash

Muharram 23, 14432021-09-01

The US defeat in Afghanistan has reduced its malign influence in the region but not completely eliminated it. Afghanistan’s neighbours need to coordinate their policies to keep US influence out and to chalk out a strategy for the future to bring about peace.

Cost of America’s Longest War

Waseem Shehzad

Muharram 23, 14432021-09-01

For American warlords, war is a racket. The $2.26 trillion spent on the 20-year-war in Afghanistan made a lot of people in the US extremely rich. Arms manufacturers, generals—retired and serving—used a revolving door to keep pushing for war.

Gloomy Projections for Afghanistan Not Based on Reality

Zia Sarhadi

Dhu al-Hijjah 22, 14422021-08-01

Will Afghanistan descend into civil war? This is what the doomsayers are projecting but the manner in which the Taliban have conducted themselves so far gives hope that fighting, if any, will not be large scale and the resistance group would be able to control it.

Graveyard of Empires

Eric S. Margolis

Dhu al-Hijjah 22, 14422021-08-01

One of the best-informed Western journalists and authors, Eric Margolis gives his analysis of the situation in Afghanistan. Unlike many other so-called experts, he went to Afghanistan in the 1980s and actually participated in fighting against the Soviets.

In withdrawing from Afghanistan, US Sets up Trap for Pakistan

Zia Sarhadi

Dhu al-Qa'dah 20, 14422021-07-01

Soundly defeated militarily by the Taliban, the US warlords have not given up on mischief-making. They are setting up a trap for Pakistan even as they retreat in disgrace from Afghanistan.

President-elect Raeisi Pledges Hard-working, Anti-corruption Administration

Zafar Bangash

Dhu al-Qa'dah 20, 14422021-07-01

Islamic Iran’s presidential elections have brought to the fore a committed son of the revolution. President-elect Ebrahim Raeisi will be good for Iran. The hysterical attacks on him in the Western corporate media show that the people of Iran have elected the right person to serve them, not Western interests!

Zionist Barbarism and its Western Enablers

Ayman Ahmed

Shawwal 20, 14422021-06-01

Zionist Israel would not be able to get away with its murderous assault on defenceless Palestinian civilians many of them children and women, without political, economic and diplomatic backing from Western regimes.

The Framework of Presidential Elections in Islamic Iran

Waseem Shehzad

Shawwal 20, 14422021-06-01

Millions of Iranians will head to the polls to elect a new president. In Iran, the president is limited to serve only two consecutive terms. In the current contest on June 18, all candidates vying for the office are new. Iran does not have political parties, only various political trends.

Iran-China Deal Signals Clear Shift in Global Power Balance

Zafar Bangash

Ramadan 19, 14422021-05-01

The $400-billion Iran-China deal that will cover oil and gas exploration, infrastructure development as well as security and regional and international issues will be a game-changer in global politics

Quds Day and The Covenants of the Prophet (pbuh)

Kevin Barrett

Ramadan 19, 14422021-05-01

Since it was declared by Imam Khomeini in 1980, Quds Day has now become a global phenomenon. Millions of people in cities across the globe participate in this event to draw attention to the illegal occupation of the Holy City and Land by the Zionists.

America’s Growing List of Manufactured Enemies

Zafar Bangash

Sha'ban 18, 14422021-04-01

America’s addiction to war necessitates the manufacture of enemies. The warlords in Washington deliberately provoke conflicts because it helps sell weapons at exorbitant prices raking in billions of dollars in profits.

Western Complicity in Israeli Crimes against Palestinians

Ayman Ahmed

Sha'ban 18, 14422021-04-01

Zionist Israel is perpetrating horrific crimes against the Palestinian people. Almost all Western regimes offer blind support, thereby making them complicit in such crimes against innocent people.

America’s Founding Myths: Manifest Destiny, Exceptionalism and Other Nonsense

Zafar Bangash

Rajab 17, 14422021-03-01

All countries rely on myths to project their image but American myths about its greatness and as a light unto other nations are repeated so often that most people have come to believe them. The reality is very different.

Can US Political Divide be Bridged? The Short Answer is No

Kevin Barrett

Rajab 17, 14422021-03-01

America is a deeply divided society today. Events of the last few months have brought these divisions to the fore. Can Americans overcome such divisions? The chances of reconciliation appear slim.

Islamic Iran: Valiant Resistance in the Face of Immense Challenges

Zafar Bangash

Jumada' al-Akhirah 19, 14422021-02-01

The Islamic revolution of Iran marks 42 years of its existence this month. Despite unrelenting hostility, sabotage and war by its enemies, the Islamic Republic stays strong and totally independent. Such resilience comes directly from reliance on Allah.

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