Preventing Terrorism Requires Radical Change
Dilly Hussain offers a radical plan for reducing the “Islamist terror threat” to the West. But is it too big a cost for the ruling classes?
Israeli Occupational Forces have restricted access to Masjid al-Aqsa, except through unprecedented, electronic security gates. Should Palestinians just ‘comply’ and surrender to the new status quo?
In a recent exposé, the sinister reality of the Hollywood industry’s connection, or rather, subservience to the American Military and Military Intelligence Agencies was revealed…
Videos have emerged of intense clashes at the gates of al-Aqsa Masjid following the reported shooting of Imam of al-Aqsa, the elderly Sheikh Ikrima Sabri, by rubber bullets.
Unprecedented Show of National Unity Remembering Turkey’s Failed Coup
Contrary to prominent western media narratives, hundreds of thousands of Turks from all over Turkey and from every political persuasion gathered in nationwide rallies marking one year since the failed coup, under a motto of National Unity…
Masjid al-Aqsa reopened, but where are the Muslims?
Masjid al-Aqsa has reportedly been reopened after two days of being closed by occupying forces… Al-Hamdu lillah
Will there be peace for Afghanistan?
With the recent landmark events in Afghan politics largely ignored in the countries responsible for its unjust destruction, it is more crucial than ever to follow our Afghani brothers and sisters long-awaited fight for peace…
Jumu’ah Cancelled at Masjid al-Aqsa
Jumuʿah (Friday) prayers have been cancelled at al-Aqsa for the first time in 17 years after shootings…
Shedding Dry Tears over Srebrenica – 22 Years on
Today marks 22 years since the harrowing massacre of more than 8,000 Muslims between the ages of 7 and 70 at Srebrenica, Bosnia, at the hands of Serbia’s military.
Erdogan to EU: don’t waste my time
President Erdogan has warned the disintegrating EU that Turkey’s patience is running out, and that “most Turks no longer want to be part of the EU”…