Tag: SIEGE

Opinion 14 Min Read

Siege of Gaza is a sign of victory for the Muslims

In part three of three, Abdul Hai shares an inspiring message from previous sieges against the Muslims and the ongoing siege of Gaza.

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The Siege of Baghdad

These days, we think of "sacking" to mean being out of a job. Historically, the term also referred to looting, plundering, or pillaging.

The Defining Battle of Aleppo

The Turning Point of the Great Battle of Aleppo To Allāh belongs all praise. Though the size of Syria's trauma leaves little for one to celebrate, Allāh imparts moments of victory, moments of joy, moments of relief to strengthen our resolve and to remind us that He is with us,

Current Affairs Featured Iran Iraq Politics 11 Min Read

Fallujah, the Gaza of Iraq

Al Fallujah, Starving between a Rock and a Hard Place In a desperate letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, the 'Arabic European Center of Human Rights and International Law' reports that food and medicine in Iraq's Fallujah has all but entirely depleted due to a strangling siege enforced by

Treachery Without Borders: Drowning Gaza’s Tunnels

At the fall of the Umayyad dynasty in 422AH, the head of each province of Al Andalus (Islamic Spain) declared regional sovereignty, splitting apart what once was a unified, powerful entity. This carved the perfect opportunity for the previously incapable Christian armies to devour Al Andalus piece-meal. Province after province

Delayed justice for the Freedom Flotilla

Last week at the 7th High Criminal Court in Istanbul I gave my testimony to what I witnessed as a passenger on the Mavi Marmara, part of the 2010 Freedom Flotilla to Gaza. Four and a half years after the attack by State of Israel soldiers on the hundreds of