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Islamic Scholar on Syria, Crimea and the End of Times

By Sheikh IMRAN HOSEIN (Malaysia)

5. December 2015

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Islamic Scholar on Syria, Crimea and the End of Times

This interview by the famous Islamic scholar Sheikh Imran Hosein to a Serbian portal was given a few days after Russian Air-Space Forces launched the counter-terrorist campaign in Syria. Sheikh Imran, who currently lives in Malaysia, is the prominent preacher of peaceful and harmonic co-existance of the Christians & Muslims and an ardient critic of […]

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Netanyahu, War Crimes and the Future of Palestinean State

By Iqbal ALIMOHAMED (Canada)

3. November 2015

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Netanyahu, War Crimes and the Future of Palestinean State

Prime Minister Netanyahu’s ridiculous claim that a Palestinian persuaded Adolf Hitler to exterminate the Jews of Europe was referred to as a Holocaust Blunder and roundly criticized in the New York Times editorial of 22 October and around the world. Mr Netanyahu has since retracted his statement. The retraction, however is couched in language so […]

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The Dead End of the Post-Oslo Diplomacy: What next?

By Richard FALK (USA)

29. December 2014

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The Dead End of the Post-Oslo Diplomacy: What next?

The Latest Diplomatic Gambit There are reports that the Palestinian Authority will seek a vote in the Security Council on a resolution mandating Israel’s military withdrawal from Occupied Palestine no later than November 2016. Such a resolution has been condemned by the Israeli Prime Minister as bringing ‘terrorism’ to the outskirts of Tel Aviv, and […]

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Stop Postulating the Clash of Civilizations

By Dr. MAHATHIR MOHAMAD (Malaysia)

6. November 2014

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Stop Postulating the Clash of Civilizations

The British are mystified by their Muslim citizens becoming “jihadists” and joining the so-called Islamic State. They are horrified by the beheading of an American journalist by “John” a British citizen and member of the IS. I must admit that I, too am horrified. It is not Islamic at all. Islam does not advocate violence […]

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Israel’s Operation in Gaza and Anti-Iranian Campaign

By Vitaly BILAN (Ukraine)

6. December 2012

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Israel’s Operation in Gaza and Anti-Iranian Campaign

A strange war Debates are still raging in both the Israeli and the regional media as to why it was necessary to expend so much energy and resources on operation Pillar of Cloud and mobilize 75,000 reservists (7.5 times more than during Operation Cast Lead, the Israel Defense Forces’s last operation in Gaza) just to […]

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Security Dilemma in the Middle East

By Aurobinda MAHAPATRA (India)

3. December 2012

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Security Dilemma in the Middle East

The ongoing conflict in the Middle East is a case of security dilemma in which parties to the conflict misperceive each other’s positions and craft policies which further contributes to tension in the region. On 29 November 2012 the Palestinian Authority received overwhelming support in the United Nations in terms of its elevation as a […]

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Muslim Brotherhood And Plan For Protection of Israel

By Pierre KHALAF (Lebanon)

11. January 2012

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Muslim Brotherhood And Plan For Protection of Israel

It’s no secret, the events that shook the Middle East to protect Israel from the serious repercussions of the defeat of the U.S. project in Iraq. And everything that the Western alliance, led by Washington, in the context of that “Arab Spring” falls into this category. The deal reached between the U.S. and the Muslim […]

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Sexual Activity as a Mega-Weapon for the Middle East

By Alexander LEVCHENKO (Ukraine)

11. November 2011

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Sexual Activity as a Mega-Weapon for the Middle East

It does not take a rocket scientist to realize that, while social media like Facebook and Twitter can be instrumental in bringing crowds of discontent to the streets, the protesters will in all cases be led by those who have built a real rather than virtual organization geared towards inducing a regime change. This could […]

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Towards a Culture of Peace and Recognition

By Ayman QWAIDER (Palestine)

6. November 2011

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Towards a Culture of Peace and Recognition

Palestine is the 195th state to join the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO. The admission of Palestine to the UNESCO family has given optimism and hope to Palestinians who believe in the mission of UNESCO “Building peace in the Mind of Men and Women”. The admission of Palestine is a symbolic victory […]

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Obama’s Dilemma: A Matter of Faith

By Iqbal ALIMOHAMED (Switzerland)

13. September 2011

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Obama’s Dilemma: A Matter of Faith

President Obama, in his impressive Cairo speech of June 4, 2009, said, “I believe that America holds within her the truth that regardless of race, religion, or station in life, all of us share common aspirations – to live in peace and security, to get an education and to work with dignity, to love our […]

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The Arab League: Trying to Keep up with Arab Spring

By Vitaly BILAN (Ukraine)

2. September 2011

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The Arab League: Trying to Keep up with Arab Spring

A PR campaign conducted by the Arab League in recent years and attempts to dampen Iran’s “imperial ambitions” and prevent uncoordinated actions by Arab countries have proven ineffective. And if the Arab League’s new head fails to make this pan-Arab organization over into a driving force in regional processes, the League will be fated to […]

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What Turkey Aggravates Its Relations With Israel For?

By Gregory TINSKY (Russia)

9. July 2011

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What Turkey Aggravates Its Relations With Israel For?

Having chosen the reinforcement of its influence in the Arab world as the strategic goal, Turkish Republic logically started to actively support Palestine, countering Israel. This is a true path for gaining love of Arab streets and respect of Arab leaders. Wealthy Middle-Eastern monarchies are ready to accept Turkey as a mediator of a dialogue […]

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