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Moez Mobeen The Muslim world has risen once again over the blasphemous film insulting the Prophet of Islam. Although such blasphemous material against the Core beliefs and Creed of the Muslims in the forms of books, [...]
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 [...]
With Britain’s role in the rendition of Belhaj coming to court in the UK, and in the wake of an extensive special report in the Guardian including legal documents filed against the British government, here is [...]
“ Arab facade ruled and administered under British guidance and controlled by a native Mohammedan and, as far as possible, by an Arab staff…. There should be no actual incorporation of the conquered territory [...]
The Arab spring has brought to an end the post WW1 dictatorial architecture that long dominated the Arab landscape. The regimes of tyranny and dictatorship were established in the Middle East long before the likes of [...]
The killing of Gaddafi and images of his blood stained body being dragged on the streets of Sirte, has had a profound impact in Cairo, which itself witnessed the removal of a tyrant not long ago. The [...]