All posts filed under: Analysis

Al-Zubaidi’s Meeting with Kang Yong under the Roof of Riyadh is a Betrayal to Islam and Muslims

On Tuesday, 22/12/2020, the President of the Southern Transitional Council, Aidaroos Al-Zubaidi, received in Riyadh the Chinese ambassador to Yemen, Kang Yong. During the meeting, they discussed support for the economy and public services in Yemen from China. (Alomanaa Newspaper 24/12/2020)

Secularism is No Different from the Communist Ideology in Violating Religious Rights

Chief Jewish Rabbi, Ephraim Mirvis, says that he can no longer remain silent about the plight of the Uyghurs. He further writes that the violation of the basic religious rights of the Uyghurs to practise their faith reminds him of the Jewish persecution throughout history especially under the Communist regime of the former Soviet Union. […]

Corruption Transcends Sensitive Food Issues

On the 1st of December 2020, Malaysian authorities led by the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) joined by the Malaysian Islamic Development Department (JAKIM), the Johor Royal Malaysian Customs Department (JKDM) and the Johor State Islamic Religious Department (JAINJ) raided a warehouse in Senai, State of Johor, after discovering that it was […]

Views on the News – 26 Dec 2020

Headlines: Brexit: Boris Johnson Hails Free Trade Deal with EU US Congress Clears $25 million for Democracy, Gender Programmes in Pakistan US Strikes at the Heart of China’s Bid to Become a Tech Superpower UK Ends Political Theatre and Secures Brexit Trade Deal with the EU Pakistan, Turkey, Iran Trump Pardons Blackwater Employees

The Truth behind the US Decision on the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act

By now, the horrors that the Uyghur Muslims are facing in China are common knowledge; torture, sterilization of Uyghur women, forced separation and forced labour. Regarding forced labour, the US has introduced a series of bills, the most recent one is entitled “the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act.” It is awaiting approval in the Senate, […]

For How Long Will the Children of Nigeria be Terrorized?!

The Nigerian police reported on Sunday, 20/12/2020, that local guards have rescued dozens of schoolchildren who were kidnapped by gunmen in the state of Katsina, northern Nigeria, after a gun battle. State police spokesman, Gambo Isah, said that gunmen kidnapped about 80 children on Saturday while they were returning to Mahuta village after attending a […]

The Transitional Government Covers its Failure with Hysterical Joy

with an Imperfect American Decision which They Paid a Heavy Price for, by Fighting Islam and Normalising Relations with the Jewish Entity Yesterday, the US State Department issued a statement announcing: “Sudan’s designation as a State Sponsor of Terrorism is officially rescinded.” Then the hysterical joy began from the Transitional Government, with its two parts, […]

News Review – 19 Dec 2020

UK-EU Brexit Deal Already Completed; Just ‘Theatre’ Now As the trade deal negotiations between the UK and the EU following Brexit reach their deadline, the careful observer can see that in reality the deal has already been completed and what is happening now is only public posturing. The final issues on the negotiating table have […]

To Those Who Will Go Out to Protest on Saturday 19 December in Sudan

Let Your Framework for Protesting be the Demanding of Regime Change, Which Will Not Happen Except with Islam, Implemented by the Khilafah (Caliphate) Two years have passed since the first spark of the youth movement in Sudan against injustice and corruption began, and the Salvation Government, headed by the ousted Al-Bashir, fell on 11/4/2019, and […]

International Laws and Institutions are Tools to Force Pakistan to Comply with Washington’s Demands

The US Secre­t­a­ry of State Michael Pompeo announced on Mon­day, 7th December 2020, that the United States had designated Pakis­tan, China, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Tajikistan, Turk­m­enistan, Nigeria, Nor­th Korea, Myanmar and Eritrea as “countries of part­ic­ular Concern” (CPC), under its International Religious Freedom Act. The commission’s 2020 report noted that religious freedom conditions across Pakistan […]

Getting to the Root of the French Problem

The republication by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo of a controversial series of cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed ﷺ to mark the beginning of a trial over the attack on its office in 2015 has once again brought to attention the tensions between France and Islam. The images sparked another round of violence, leading to […]

Anniversary of the Arab Spring in Tunisia

O Our People in Tunisia: اسْتَجِيبُوا لِلَّهِ وَلِلرَّسُولِ إِذَا دَعَاكُمْ لِمَا يُحْيِيكُمْ “O you who have believed, respond to Allah and to the Messenger when he calls you to that which gives you life.” [Al-Anfal: 24] These days mark the tenth anniversary of the revolution that began in Tunisia, bearing the hope of radical change […]

Democracy is the Root Cause of Regulatory Capture

which Secures Benefit of a Corrupt Capitalist Elite, at the Expense of the Public On 14th December 2020, a Pakistani investigation commission, comprising of fifteen members, issued a 163-page report about the oil crisis, which occurred in June 2020. It focused blame primarily on OGRA (Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority) during its regulation of the […]