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Qasim Asad The recent horrific chemical weapons attack in Syria left at least 355 people dead and over 3600 displaying neurotoxic symptoms. The attacks have sparked worldwide condemnation from ordinary citizens across the world but also [...]
Hodan Yusuf Last Sunday, many civilians in Afghanistan were shot dead in their sleep at point blank range by a US serviceman who had gone on a ‘killing spree’. There were reports from some eyewitnesses that [...]
In March 2011, only a week before the Syrian revolution sparked off, Michael Broning of Foreign Affairs wrote an article about the “Sturdy House that Assad Built”, arguing the robustness of the Syrian military dictatorship and [...]
Syrian Scholar Mohammad al-Yaqoubi is a prominent Syrian religious figure from amongst the well know Sufi leaders who held the position of Imam in the al-Hasan mosque in Damascus. He was removed from the position once [...]