International

  • Hamas is not a terrorist organization

    In a relentless effort to undermine Hamas, the Palestinian Islamic liberation organisation, Fatah, the rival political party led by Mahmoud Abbas, the Chairman of the Palestinian Authority (PA), has been trying unceasingly to turn the military ...

  • Selling the Palestinians Low

    An abiding and recurring phenomenon of the Islamic world since it fell under the thrall of Western colonialism and imperialism is its Quislings selling their peoples cheap. A latest illustrative example of it is Egypt’s new pharaoh, G...

  • Sectarian and Religious Conflicts in the Middle East

    By Dr. Mohsen Mohammad Saleh Introduction: Bernard Lewis celebrates this year his ninety-eighth birthday. Perhaps he can now depart our world, believing that some of his wishes have been fulfilled in redrawing the map of the Arab and Islam...

  • The Afghan End Game is a Quadrangular Contest

    There is bad news all around for President Barack Obama as his ‘good war’ in Afghanistan gets closer to winding down in its home stretch. President Obama’s State of the Union address to the Congress, on January 28, had gar...

  • European lawmakers must speak up against Zio-Nazism

    I am addressing European rather than American or Canadian parliamentarians because the former are relatively less subservient to Zionist blackmail in comparison to the latter. In North America, the financial and political clout of organized...

  • Toyota Success Through Interestless Financing

    By Maqbool Jan I have seen the ltest Balance Sheet of Toyota and have found that total Assets of Toyota as on September 30, 2013 are 38,246,709.00 and total Liabilities are 24,876,653.00 in Japanese Million Yen. It means it has net Assets ...

  • I left the US because of their hatred towards Muslims

    By Kashif Chaudhry I was born in 1982, in the beautiful American city of San Jose, California. A proud patriotic Muslim American, my dad would decorate our house with lights every Fourth of July. Fast forward to the year 2001, when I g...

  • The Curse of 98 Percent Returns to Haunt the Egyptians

    Who said the era of the pharaohs was over in Egypt? Whoever thought this needs a refresher from what’s going on in Egypt today. Old habits die hard, especially of those addicted to unbridled power. It wasn’t too long ago tha...

  • God wouldn’t be just if He didn’t send Sharon straight to hell

    As a firm believer in divine justice, I have no doubt that Ariel Sharon, the former Israeli Prime Minister, who perished three days ago following a long coma that lasted for eight years, will now find his way straight to hell. Many people a...

  • 10 Things You Didn’t Know About President Mursi

    By Yavus Selim At times of great tribulation and turmoil, the first casualty is always the truth. Why? Because the greatest weapon in the hands of the oppressors and tyrants is their ability to manipulate the  facts  to suit thei...

  • Eirekat’s belated admission

    With frustration and anger clear in the tone of his voice, Palestinian negotiator Saeb Eirekat admitted on Monday that “peace talks” with Israel were going nowhere due to “Israel’s recalcitrant refusal” to end her ...

  • Democracy and Human Rights imperiled in the Muslim World

    Recalling the tragedies and trials her regal family had undergone during the year, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth described the year as annushorribilisin her traditional Christmas Day address to her people. The year the Queen was referring to ...

  • Hedonism in Dubai, starvation at refugee camp

    Macabre news keeps arriving from the calamity-stricken refugee camp of al-Yarmouk refugee camp on the outskirts of Damascus. People in the dozens are dying of starvation as murderers and cutthroats from “Hizbullah”, Iraqi Shiite...

  • Can a Breakthrough Be Made in Palestine-Israel Peace Negotiations?

    By  Dr. Mohsen Mohammad Saleh Introduction: It appears that the Arab Spring's aftershock/counter-revolution, culminated with the military coup in Egypt, has given a strong push for the peace process with Israel; encouraging the Is...

  • Is Obama Getting out of Afghanistan or Digging in?

    President Barack Obama got interested into Afghanistan during his election campaign for the White House, back in 2008. At that time he denounced George W. Bush’s invasion of Iraq, in 2003, as a wasteful undertaking that had taken U.S. ...

  • We are all Muslim Brothers

    An Egyptian court issued a hasty decision, banning the Muslim Brotherhood, the largest Islamic movement in the Arab world. The decision, utterly devoid of any modicum of legality or justice, immensely pleased the enemies of Islam in the Ara...

  • 2013: Another hard year for American Muslims

    Year after year we wrote about the eroding civil rights as the biggest challenge for the seven-million strong American Muslims in the post-9/11 America. However, after the Snowden revealations that the National Security Agency (NSA) is collecti...

  • Yunus era ends in Grameen bank: Nobel winning bank brought under Bangladesh Bank

    Nava Thakuria Guwahati: Amid international condemnation and domestic objections, the Bangladesh government has finally brought the award winning Grameen Bank (of Bangladesh) under the purview of the country’s central bank. The Bangla...

  • Mushawarat condemns the judicial murder of Bangladeshi leader

    New Delhi: The All India Muslim Majlis-e Mushawarat, the umbrella body of Indian Muslim organisations, on 13 December severely condemned the Bangladesh government's hasty execution of a controversial verdict issued by a discredited and poli...

  • Judicial murder in Bangladesh

    The Hasina Wajed regime in Bangladesh executed on 12 December the 65-year-old Islamist leader Abdul Kader Molla, convicted of atrocities in the 1971 war of independence with Pakistan by a controversial and discredited tribunal whose judges were...