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Mass Murderers Walking Freely around: modi in South Africa

By Maulana Khalid Dhorat The funny thing about western mass murderers and terrorists is that they sport very innocent faces and passive looks. Judging from their looks alone, you would want to hug them and even offer them a tissue if they had a runny nose. Tony Blair, for example, …

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Turkey-Israel Deal Leaves Gaza Siege Intact

in Palestine — by Ali Abunimah — June 28, 2016   Palestinians in the Gaza Strip expressed anger and dismay on Monday about the deal normalizing relations between Israel and Turkey that leaves them under a suffocating siege. An Israeli human rights group that monitors the decade-old Israeli blockade of …

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Fake “Terror” alerts indicate US Frustration

  By Maulana Khalid Dhorat Out of the 239 years of American existence, it has been at war with numerous sovereign countries for 223 of those years. That’s an awful lot of time to perfect the art of beating the drums of war, using the Zionist-controlled media to spread misinformation and …

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Israel Wants A Peace Process – But Only If It’s Doomed To Fail

By Jonathan Cook 06 June, 2016 Countercurrents.org Nazareth: In a familiar muddying of the waters, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has spent the past week talking up peace while fiercely criticising Friday’s summit in France – the only diplomatic initiative on the horizon. As foreign ministers from 29 nations arrived …

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Sadiq Khan: London’s Muslim Zionist mayor

Hafsa Kara-Mustapha Tuesday 24 May 2016 11:00 UTC   Khan has courted Israel at the expense of the Palestinians, of whose cause his London voters have been increasingly supportive London’s newly elected mayor Sadiq Khan is now firmly seated in his office in City Hall. A few weeks into his …

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Shia Iran Declines to Take Part in Hajj 2016

radioislam.co.za Faizel Patel, 2016-05   Iran says its citizens would not participate in this year’s annual hajj to Makkah in Saudi Arabia as Tehran and Riyadh trade blame over a failure to agree on organisational details. The pronouncement is the latest sign of discord between the two rival nations and …

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In Gaza, Nothing Is Just An Accident

By Hamza Abu Eltarabesh 18 May, 2016 Electronic Intifada Nidaa Abu al-Hindi mourns during her children’s funeral on 7 May. (Ashraf Amra / APA images) When a candle caused a fire that killed three young children at a house in Gaza, it seemed like the kind of horrible misfortune that …

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Remembering The Nakba With A Sense Of Pain And Anguish

Cii Radio|Moulana Khalid Dhorat|17 May 2016|10 Sha’baan 1437 People with consciousness for humanity and a sense of justice don’t celebrate the “anniversary” of the Nakba. Rather, they remember it with pain and anguish. So what is the Nakba, which people say it started 68 years ago in this month, and …

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Nakba Day: A ‘clear challenge’ to Israeli establishment

 vocfm.co.za Last week, as Israelis celebrated their Independence Day, Palestinians in the country’s south held the annual March of Return, walking to the site of one of hundreds of Palestinian villages destroyed between 1947 and 1949. This mass displacement and dispossession, known as the Nakba (catastrophe), is commemorated internationally each May. …

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Starbucks: Coffee with a whiff of Apartheid?

Opinion | Radio Islam Programming | 2016.05.12 | 05 Shaban 1437 AH By Ebrahim Moosa It’s the largest coffee chain in the world, with 23 768 stores, and annual sales grossing some $16.45 billion. Starbucks can be found in some 67 countries, with nearly 600 stores located in 12 Middle Eastern and …

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