Islamophobia is a vast and thriving industry backed by people and organizations with a specific policy agenda. It will require an equally serious effort to confront and defeat it.
Turkey invades northeast Syria while US forces betray the Kurds, yet again, open possibilities for both peace as well as more destabilization of the resource rich region.
America’s illegal sanctions against Iran have hurts its economy but with determination and ingenuity especially its resistance economy, the Islamic Republic has overcome Washington’s disruptive policies.
The Ansarullah Islamic movement in Yemen has astonished most observers as it has withstood the five-year onslaught waged by a coalition of heavily armed states.
The US socio-economic and political system is a complete failure but the corporate media continues to project it as a huge success. America’s vital statistics paint a grim picture of its reality.
Another American trained, financed and inflated terrorist Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been eliminated because he outlived his usefulness for Uncle Sam. It also serves Donald Trump’s electoral chances by presenting it as a foreign policy success.
Why is Guantanamo Bay, the American-run torture chamber, still open 18 years after it opened its gates to lock up alleged terrorists that turned out to be ordinary people caught in the US dragnet in 2001?
White supremacists and Islamophobes continue to harbor a distorted view of Turkey’s history that they want to avenge by killing innocent Muslims.
Technology has revolutionized life for billions of people but it also comes with a huge price: abandonment of religion. People without religion despite vast material possessions lead a miserable existence.
That Muslims are undergoing much suffering is well known. How to change this grim reality is the real challenge. Unless Muslims begin to think within the framework of Islamic principles, they will not achieve the result they desire.
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