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Obama and Clinton Celebrate Freedom to Insult Islam

Obama and Clinton Celebrate Freedom to Insult Islam

The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s claim that she finds the anti-Muslim film which has led to protests erupting across the Middle East against American diplomatic missions “disgusting” is a worthless gesture as far as [...]

Manufacturing a new leadership for Syria

Manufacturing a new leadership for Syria

Dr. Abdul Wahid Last night’s BBC news programme The World Tonight had a revealing report showing exactly what kind of leadership Western colonial states would like to see replace Bashar al Assad in Syria. Britain, France [...]

The Challenging Paradoxes Facing Mursi

The Challenging Paradoxes Facing Mursi

Ali Harfouch  It did not take long before the euphoria from our brother Muhammad Mursi’s “victory” was clouded by the paradoxes and inconsistencies packaged with the illusion of power. The real scope and parameters of Mursi’s [...]

The Egyptian Government Prepares for War

The Egyptian Government Prepares for War

Reza Pankhurst  The Egyptian government, led by President Mohammad Morsi, is currently preparing for war. While a few (naïve) analysts may have assumed that the first war declared would be against Israel, given the Muslim Brotherhood’s apparent support [...]

OIC Extraordinary Summit – Empty Unity in the Absence of a Caliphate?

OIC Extraordinary Summit – Empty Unity in the Absence of a Caliphate?

The call by Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah bin Saud for an Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Extraordinary Summit for August 14 and 15 in Makkah plays on religious sentiments, for if the call came at the [...]

Beyond the Arab Spring

Beyond the Arab Spring

Sharique Naeem As the Arab spring continues to unfold, each event, is being analyzed closely by Politicians, Journalists, and Intellectuals both in the west and the east. The developments which commenced with the events in Tunisia, [...]