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US Support For Saudi in Yemen Conflict “Unbreakable”

The US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (SCFA) on Thursday held its first hearing on the Yemen conflict, discussing a way to end the war and ease the humanitarian crisis while maintaining US interests. Republican Senator Bob Corker, chair of the SCFA, began the meeting by saying that Yemen, whose ...

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The Politics of the Worst: America’s War on Islam Is Permanent

Yemeni officials concede that they aren’t really sure what the objective of the new US airstrikes is, though President Donald Trump makes vague reference to threats of Al-Qaeda launch attacks abroad from central Yemen. The Yemeni officials, however, say they believe the US strikes are “open-ended”. Exactly what the US ...

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Wilayah, Doesn’t Just Provide A Political Solution, But A Universal Solution

By Shabbir Hassanally* Malcolm X, not someone that is ordinarily connected to the Palestinian struggle.  However, on February 21, 2017, at the Sixth International Conference on Supporting the Palestinian Intifada, in the opening speech, the Leader of the Muslim Ummah, invoked a prayer for the martyr, Malcolm X. When examining ...

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Analyst Optimistic about Syria Peace Talks in Astana

International Meeting on Syrian Settlement, Astana, January 23-24, 2017

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – London-based political analyst and Islamic scholar believes that since Turkey has “removed its ambitions on Syria” and chosen to help stabilise the Middle East region, the ongoing peace talks in the Kazakh capital of Astana can yield good results. “As long as Turkey has removed its ambitions ...

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This is Why We Must Reject Zionists from Inter-religious Initiatives

Today, it can be professed by some that we are currently living in a society where individuals are incapable of recognising existent evil entities. One can argue this may be due to various priorities an individual has, or perhaps the deliberate misinformation propagated by the enemies of Islam that has ...

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The Saudi Lobby

Dr. As’ad Abu Khalil on the Saudi Lobby Usually one speaks comically of the Arab lobby in Washington, D.C.. Since the oil boom in the 1970s, various Arab-American businesspeople and crooks traveled to the Middle East offering their services to Gulf regimes and promising—in return for large sums of money—to ...

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ISIS – The worst of serial killers

Among the worst of criminals and transgressors are murderers – those who take away the life of innocent human beings. Among this category of murderers, the worst of them are those who kill ruthlessly and shed the blood of a huge fraction of people in a cold-blooded and brutal manner.  ...

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The secret report that helps Israel hide facts

Israeli spokesmen have their work cut out explaining how they have killed more than 1,000 Palestinians in Gaza, most of them civilians, compared with just three civilians killed in Israel by Hamas rocket and mortar fire. But on television and radio and in newspapers, Israeli government spokesmen such as Mark ...

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