International

  • West must apologise to the Muslim World and pay at least 5 trillion as compensation

    After the release of the Chilcot Report, ideally the entire world would have stood united and demanded severest possible punishment to the perpetrators of a crime that led to the loss of at least 3 million innocent lives in Iraq. But when the l...

  • Self-destructive ways, not “radical Islam”, Mr. Trump, threatens US survival

    They kill themselves; they kill their fellow citizens; they kill their unborn children; and they kill the people around the world. And yet, they claim to be not just peace-loving, but to be the champions of peace. Not that, they are alone in ki...

  • Indian Muslims protest on International Al-Quds Day

    New Delhi: The International Quds Day, an annual event held here on the last Friday of Ramadan in solidarity of Palestine and against Israel’s illegal occupation, was organised here on 1 July. A rally was held under the auspices of the Na...

  • Bnagladesh in great Crisis

    Ebne Gulam Samad The main factor behind the present political crisis in Bangladesh is the lack of liberal democratic spirit. The effect of Russian revolution in 1917 on the minds of Bangladeshi people was also a factor. Sheikh Mujib led hi...

  • Britain's African, Asians Accuse India of justifying racist attacks on Africans

    Britain’s South Asian and African organisations have strongly condemned the murder of a Congolese national, Masonda Kitanda Oliver, in Delhi last month and have called upon the government to stop such hate spate against Africans in India....

  • China restricts Ramadan fasting in Muslim region

    Chinese officials have restricted civil servants, students and children in a mainly Muslim region from fasting during Ramadan, government websites said as the holy month began yesterday. The country's ruling Communist party is officiall...

  • Hundred Years on Sykes-Picot Treachery Torments the Arabs

    May 19, 2016 marked one hundred years of a monumental Franco-British treachery against the Arabs, which continues to haunt and torment them despite the lapse of a whole century. It was on this day, a hundred years ago, that the Foreign Mini...

  • The Night My Father Became a Bird of Paradise

    Dr. Naeemur Rahman Khaled Just before the Maghrib prayer on 10 May 2016, the Jail Authority called Mithu (his personal assistant) to go to the jail to visit him.  They refused to specifically mention if it was the last meeting before ...

  • Global Politics is Dehumanizing the Mankind

    Dr. Mahboob A. Khawaja The Earth and Space are wired with secrecy, new and unthinkable weapons of mass destruction and global warming is a clicking time bomb for the future. The most hated and feared leaders do not have the intellectual an...

  • India's Travel Ban to Libya is more to Shatter Families than to Protect them

    "In view of prevailing security situation in Libya, security threats and challenges to lives of Indian nationals in Libya, the government of India has decided to impose travel ban on Indian nationals planning to travel to Libya irrespectiv...

  • Hundred Years on Sykes-Picot Treachery Torments the Arabs

    The West finds it convenient to turn a blind eye to the persistent denial of fundamental human rights in places like Egypt or Saudi Arabia. No tears were shed when the only elected President of Egypt in five thousand years, Mohammad Morsi, was unc...

  • Beware Israeli Doublespeak: A Palestinian Perspective on Britain's 'Anti-Semitic' Controversy

    There is a witch-hunt in the British Labor Party. Britain's Opposition party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, is being hounded for not rooting out alleged anti-Semitism in his party. Those leading the charge are pro-Israel Zionists and thei...

  • IS TURKEY’S RULING PARTY REALLY CRUMBLING?

    Tallha Abdulrazaq The international media has been rife with various stories about a large schism forming between Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his prime minister and Justice and Development Party (AKP) head, Ahmet Davuto...

  • Will a Muslim London Mayor be allowed to Work?

    London (5 May 2016): By tomorrow London will, most probably as forecasts predict, have Sadiq Aman Khan as its first Muslim Mayor. Born on 8 October 1970, the fifth of eight children, to migrant parents from Pakistan—father a bus drive...

  • Spy Scandal puts another dent in Indo-Pak relations

    Last December, on X-mas day, Narendra Modi had made a surprising halt in Lahore on his way home from Kabul. His high-visibility stopover at his Pakistani counterpart's sprawling estate, in the outskirts of Lahore, was meant to wish Nawaz Sh...

  • Does Israel want the Palestinians to thank her for not exterminating them once and for all?

    Occupied Jerusalem: Like apartheid South Africa did to Justify its repulsive  approach  toward its majority  black citizens, Israel is making all sorts of  similarly despicable arguments to justify its decades-old evil occup...

  • Democracy and Human Rights Under Attack in Bangladesh

    Abdullah Al-Ahsan Even though not on a scale comparable to Iraq, Syria or Afghanistan, the South Asian Muslim-majority country Bangladesh has witnessed hundreds of extrajudicial killings in the street and in police custody as well as many ...

  • Israel wants neither Palestinian state nor Palestinians

    Occupied Palestine: Opposition leaders in Israel have been accusing the recalcitrant Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu of effectively exposing Israel to an existential danger. They are alluding to the apparent liquidation by Israel of any remai...

  • The Scandal of the Panama Papers

    Dr Salman Butt   In the last day or two we have seen the beginning of the unravelling of what Edward Snowden has dubbed "the biggest leak in the history of data journalism."[1] This is the year-long global investigation l...

  • Non-violent BDS Should Be Welcomed, Not Condemned

    A thousand Israelis and their supporters gathered in Jerusalem’s International Convention Center on March 28 at a conference aimed at combating the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS). The conference was a display o...