Tag: DRONES

Muslim Journalists on Trump’s “kill list”

Former AlJazeera Islamabad bureau chief Ahmad Zaidan, and US-born Bilal Abdul Kareem from On the Ground News (OGN) in Syria, are suing President Donald Trmp and other top administration officials. They filed a lawsuit Thursday claiming that they were erroneously placed on a “kill list” under the Obama administration, and

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Trump administration bombed mosque then “targeted people as they were running away”

Bilal Abdul Kareem reported hours ago for On The Ground News from Jena in northern Syria revealing the harrowing, calculated attack on a mosque by the US. In a recorded, unedited video he shows the world that the attack which the US has claimed responsibility for targeted a mosque "at

“Clean War” – When Media & Militarism Meet

  Tell that to the ravens plucking out eyes on the blood-packed sand To fathers cradling the last of their hopes in torn bodies To young girls swelling with the unwanted gifts of swift strong soldiers To mothers and wives pulling on veils of grief as they wash their dead

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Manufacturing the Muslim Enemy

Islamophobia - a thousand years of deadly lies What we are witnessing in today’s socio-political climate is not the first period of intense propagation of Islamophobia in the West. There have been a few other periods which stand out in history and each is intimately linked with empire. In the

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Malala: Dinner list. Everyone else: Kill list.

If only she was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize “Maezol Khan was a bright one” sighed the family of Chugtais ~ If only he could have his disfigured figure re-figured Too late for young Luqman, those deadly strikes the joystick triggered ~ If only she could fly to New York and hold Ban Ki Moon’s hand But young Ayesha lies deep beneath

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Looking at Pakistan’s Challenges – Does Turbulence Lie ahead?

The 11th of May was a milestone in Pakistan’s 66-year political history, with the first ever handing over of power from one democratically elected government to another. Nawaz Sharif of the Pakistan Muslim League was voted into Office for a third time in his 30-year political career. This proved to