• France is regurgitating its colonial past

    Published on : 24 01 2013

    The current war France is waging on Islamists in Sub-Saharan Africa is not a war of necessity. It is rather an ugly war of arrogance and aggression, bearing a conspicuous whiff of traditional colonialism.


  • Education in Sistan-Baluchistan

    Published on : 13 01 2013

    Some reports of the authorities suggest about 32% of people in south-eastern province of Sistan-Baluchistan of Iran are completely illiterate. If we count the number of literate who got only primary or middle classes; the rate of illiteracy goes up more.


  • The slow-motion genocide in Syria

    Published on : 12 01 2013

    Some people who believe in absolute territorial nationalism may content themselves with watching the slow-motion genocide in Syria unfold through their TV screens. They argue that what is happening in Bilad ash-sham is an internal Syrian matter and that any external interference or intervention is counterproductive and inexpedient.


  • Iraq cannot afford fragmentation

    Published on : 06 01 2013

    Iraq has a long way to go before it can achieve a credible level of prosperity and stability. Such a state cannot be achieved without ensuring security in all parts of the country. Having said that, it is also critical that all groups come together to support the nation and lead its progress. The government […]


  • Al-Maliki’s games costing the Syrian people?

    Published on : 06 12 2012

    We must take a close look at the relationship between the Iraqi regime and that of Bashar al-Assad. This is something that has become essential, whether we are talking about the survival or disappearance of this despotic regime in Syria.


  • Media war rages in Gaza

    Published on : 20 11 2012

    Gaza City – Israeli F-16 warplanes fired a missile at the Shawa Hossary media building in the early hours of Saturday morning, directly targeting the offices of Al Quds TV, a Hamas-affiliated satellite channel. The building was damaged, the channel transmission halted, and at least six journalists were injured. But many believe Israel’s foremost concern […]


  • What Does Obama Hold for Muslims?

    Published on : 13 11 2012

    Obama walked away from the presidential campaign victorious, in a heated election which comprised of an ever growing sense of discouragement among people in their presidential choices.  More Americans have come to the conclusion that they are voting for the “lesser of two evils.” This view may correlate with early reports stating overall voter turnout […]


  • Yes, the al-Assad regime is afraid!

    Published on : 07 10 2012

    Now we see the regime of the tyrant of Damascus issuing an apology to Turkey via the United Nations, pledging that there will be no repeat of the mortar attack that struck Turkish territory causing the deaths of 5 Turkish citizens.


  • Morsi and the AK Party experience

    Published on : 30 09 2012

    Spring is in the air in all walks of life, from politics to the economy, for this region’s two powers, Turkey and Egypt.


  • The nightmare of al-Assad

    Published on : 17 09 2012

    The Arabs will wake up one day and realize the extent of the deceit they have been exposed to with the al-Assad regime. The Arabs will wake up and realize the size of the plots that have been carried out by this regime in its country and in the region.