All posts tagged: Russia

International News Review 15/01/2022

Headlines: Kazakhstan Rulers Seek Russian Disbelievers Help Against Muslims German Court Judges on Syrian War Crimes Kazakhstan Rulers Seek Russian Disbelievers Help Against Muslims According to reporting by Reuters on Thursday, ‘A Russia-led military bloc began pulling out from Kazakhstan on Thursday after a week-long deployment amid an explosion of unrest during which authorities in […]

Views on the News 12/01/2022

Headlines: Hollow Nuclear Pledges Pakistan Mini Budget to ‘Increase Malnutrition’ US-Russia Talks Begin Hollow Nuclear Pledges The five permanent members of the UN Security Council – the US, Russia, China, France and the UK – signed a joint pledge to reduce the risk of nuclear war. The pledge stated that: “We affirm that a nuclear war cannot be […]

Kyrgyzstan Escalates its Fight against Islam under the Pretext of “Extremism”

In 2021, a new constitution was adopted in Kyrgyzstan. Since then, efforts have been made to align laws with the new constitution. Within the framework of this work, the Ministry of Interior issued a law “on combating extremist activities,” and presented the draft law for public discussion from 29/12/2021 to 28/1/2022.

Q&A: Political Repercussions in Kazakhstan

Question: Russia intervened in the name of the Collective Security Treaty Organization in Kazakhstan after its president, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, requested its help in quelling the protests that erupted in his country, after the price of liquefied gas doubled, and then suddenly swelled… Russia accused external forces, especially America, of interfering in the country’s affairs and […]

Q&A: The Reality of the Ukrainian Crisis, its Dimensions and Motives

Question: On 20/12/2021, Al-Jazeera published on its website: “The Ukrainian army and pro-Moscow separatists exchanged fire, resulting in deaths on both sides… These developments come one day after the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Alexey Danilov announced that his country, for the first time in the country’s history, prepared a […]

Only Islam will Lead to the Development of Muslims of Kazakhstan

On December 16, IA KAZINFORM reported: “Today, Kazakhstanis celebrate one of the main holidays – the Independence Day of the Republic of Kazakhstan. This year our Independence marks 30 years,” Kazinform correspondent reports. On December 1, 1991, the first presidential elections in the country’s history took place, as a result of which the candidacy of […]

Views on the News 22/12/2021

Headlines: Pakistan Running out of Gas Trouble in the Balkans Libya’s Elections Postponed? Pakistan Running out of Gas Pakistan faces a severe shortage of gas this coming winter and the government is already rolling out its excuses. Chaudary Fawad Hussain, Pakistan’s erstwhile information minister bleats that Pakistan is fast depleting its gas reserves which are […]

Views on the News 15/12/2021

Headlines: Tunisian President Extends Suspension Ann San Sui Kui Given Sentence Virtual Conference to Save Democracy Tunisian President Extends Suspension Tunisian President Kais has revealed the extension of the suspension of the country’s parliament, announcing that a referendum on constitutional reform will be held in July 2022, followed by parliamentary elections in December. In a speech […]

Views on the News: 08/12/2021

 Headlines: • Harvard Poll Shows Young Americans See US Democracy as Failing them • Biden-Putin Summit Harvard Poll Shows Young Americans See US Democracy as Failing them A majority of young Americans are worried about the state of democracy in the US according to a new poll of Americans (age 18-29) conducted by Harvard’s Kennedy […]

“Religious Freedoms” is a Tool of the West to Achieve its Political Goals

On November 18, news agency Radio Liberty, with reference to the US Department of State, published the news: “Kazakhstan has avoided being included in the US “watchlist” for religious freedom. The State Department did not comply with the recommendation of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) to add Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and […]

Russia is Becoming an Empire Again

In the 90s of the 20th century, when the central government in Russia was weak, for the sake of preserving the state, it made many concessions to the population and national leaders of the “republics” and “autonomies”, generously “bestowing” them with imaginary “sovereignty” in order to preserve its power over them. Moreover, the collapse of […]

Views on the News 19/11/2021

Headlines: • After Lira Tumble, Turkey Faces Threat of Inflation and Currency Crisis • US: Pakistan, Taliban Violators of Religious Freedom • Paulson Warns of ‘Dangerous’ World If China-U.S. Tensions Worsen After Lira Tumble, Turkey Faces Threat of Inflation and Currency Crisis As expected, the central bank cut rates by another 100bps, which sent the […]

Islamism Remains First-Order Security Threat to West

Sudden US ouster from Afghanistan creates havoc in western world and they are stunned with current development in Afghanistan in August. As the statement of Tony Blair clarify’s how West is looking towards this development, he said “the pressure of short-term political imperatives is giving both allies and opponents of liberal open societies the belief […]

Q&A: Erdogan and Putin’s Summit in Sochi, Russia

Question: On Wednesday, 29/9/2021, a summit was held between Erdogan and Putin in Sochi, Russia. The Turkish president was at the head of a delegation that included the head of the intelligence service, Hakan Fidan, and the head of the presidential communications department, Fahrettin Altun, and the presidential spokesman, Ibrahim Kalin, without any of his […]

You reckon them united while their hearts are divided: The United States stabbed France in the back

Australia’s negotiations with the EU on a trade agreement have been postponed as the scandal surrounding Canberra’s decision to cancel its defense contract with Paris escalates. As noted, in solidarity with France, the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen expressed doubt that the bloc could conclude a trade agreement with Australia.

China and America: War, Engagement or Containment

On September 24, 2021 the leaders of the informal alliance Quad declared, “Together, we recommit to promoting the free, open rules-based order, rooted in international law and undaunted by coercion, to bolster security and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific and beyond.” [1] The leaders did not name China as the main target of their statement, but it was very […]

Views on the News 02/10/2021

US Military Chief Gen. Milley Concedes Afghanistan “Strategic Failure” This week, the US military head, General Mark Milley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, under pressure to account for America’s defeat in Afghanistan described it as a “strategic failure”, when he provided testimony to the US Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday, along with […]

O Brothers of Taliban! Turn Your Faces towards the Islamic Ummah and not the Disbelieving International Community

“Taliban government spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid defended the latest additions to the cabinet at a news conference on Tuesday [21 September 2021], saying it included members of ethnic minorities, such as the Hazaras, and that women might be added later. Mujahid bristled at international conditions for recognition, saying there was no reason for withholding it. “It […]