Crescent International Vol. 27, No. 17

Newsmagazine of the Islamic movement

Iqbal Siddiqui

Rajab, 1419 1998-11

Empowering Weak & Oppressed

Zafar Bangash

Rajab 11, 1419

Book Review

Debate about Palestine is often shrouded in the fog of individuals’ preferences. There is always a prior commitment to one side or the other and every piece of evidence is used merely to reinforce one’s own argument or debunk the other’s.

Developing Just Leadership

Iqbal Siddiqui

Rajab 11, 1419

Book Review

One of the tragedies of the Muslim situation today is the extent to which we have to rely on non-Muslim sources of information to understand our own world and movements...

Empowering Weak & Oppressed

Khalil Marwan

Rajab 11, 1419

Occupied Arab World

Like father like son, they say? Well, more like two sons. Saddam Husain’s sons are not the most polite creatures in the world as anyone even remotely familiar with that unfortunate land will testify. Life becomes even more intolerable if the two get into a fight.

Empowering Weak & Oppressed

M.S. Ahmed

Rajab 11, 1419

Occupied Arab World

The economic, social and political upheavel and the rising tide of racism in Russia have created the psychological environment for a Jewish exodus. And the Israeli government...

Crescent International

Rajab 11, 1419

South-East Asia

If prime minister Mahathir Mohamed believed that by dismissing Anwar Ibrahim and accusing him of moral turpitude would destroy his reputation, the people of Malaysia have proved him dead wrong. Showing uncharacteristic defiance, the people have held massive rallies in support of Reformasi, the reform movement launched by Anwar.

Amnesty International, the London-based human rights organisation, has just discovered that there are widespread human rights abuses in the United States.

The true worth of the October 13 Belgrade agreement on Kosova, by which the west supposedly extracted concessions from Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic...

Nigeria’s president Abdulsalami Abubakar appears to have convinced doubters that he is indeed prepared to vacate Aso Rock, the presidential palace in the capital Abuja, as soon as a successor is elected on May 29, 1999 - a date the general insists is ‘sacrosanct.’

The cavalier fashion in which Samira Adamu was smothered with a pillow by Belgian police on a plane at Brussels airport in full view of crew and passengers illustrates how expendable Muslims have become nowadays.

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