Tag: SECTARIANISM

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Reflections on the invasion and occupation of Iraq

Zimarina Sarwar takes a drive down memory lane, in revisiting the bloody invasion and occupation of Iraq, after 20 years was marked yesterday.

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20 years on from the disastrous US-led invasion of Iraq

Exactly 20 years on from the start of the Iraq War, we look at some of the key facts and the true extent of the lasting devastation caused by the US and its allies.

Have we misunderstood the “Saved Sect”? One-on-One Big Discussion

Sh Fraz Farhat joins Dr Salman Butt in this introspective discussion that may surprise some…

Unity of Muslims: an anti-imperialist stance

Prof Ali Güneş argues that today's Muslim leaders should apply a policy of unity spearheaded by Sultan Abdul Hamid II almost a century ago

Reversing the Decline of the Ummah

This impacts our lives from every angle. We are impacted in our homes. We are impacted in our workplaces. We are impacted in global politics...

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United on Paper: hypocrisy of Iran’s ‘unity week’

‘Unity’ or Hypocrisy? The Iranian Regime’s Game with the Sunnis of Iran Whilst the world was occupied with the events in France, it was ‘Shia – Sunni Unity Week’ in Iran, which commenced on Monday the 5th of January. The picture above interestingly shows how “Iranian security forces barred Sunni

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Reyhaneh Jabbari: Iran’s latest victim

After living on death row for the last five years, Reyhaneh Jabbari, 26, was executed in Tehran on Friday 24th October 2014 by Iranian authorities, in one of the most brazen human rights violations in recent memory. Reyhaneh Jabbari was convicted of murdering Morteza Abdolali Sarbandi in 2007, an ex-intelligence