All posts tagged: human rights

Views on the News 29/05/2021

Headlines: * Pilots Bombed Palestinian Buildings to ‘Vent Frustration’ * US Lifts Restrictions on South Korea’s Missile Development * Bangladesh Recognises Zionist Entity * Egypt Cements Role as Middle East Power Broker * US Intensifies Outreach to Pakistan as Withdrawal from Afghanistan Nears * Covid: China Hits Back as US Revisits Wuhan Lab-Leak Theory Pilots […]

Hizb ut Tahrir Members Carry a Beacon of Light, and the Authorities in Russia Oppress and Torture Them This Behaviour Reminds Us of Fascism and Nazism!

Since the beginning of 2021, all the details of the brutal torture taking place inside the basements of the Federal Penitentiary Service (FSIN) in Russia have been exposed to public opinion. On 23/2/2021, the Novaya Gazeta published video footage of torture. It included a video of two prisoners in Yaroslavl Prison in 2017, one of […]

Uighur Muslim Women and Children are Exploited to Feed the International Cotton Trade

On the 17th of March, the BBC published a report exposing the links between international cotton traders and the exploitation of the oppressed Uighur Muslims in East Turkestan. Britain’s Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee said there was a lack of transparency in corporate supply chains and failures in government to monitor the sourcing of […]

Q&A: Repercussions of the Military Coup d’état in Myanmar

Question: “The United Nations special envoy on Myanmar Christine Schraner Burgener declared in a video conference that Wednesday was “the bloodiest day” in the country since the military coup on February 1, with 38 dead. Myanmar security forces shot demonstrators protesting against the Military rule…” (AlJazeera.net, 3/3/2021) The army in Myanmar / Burma had staged […]