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An Eid Gift for Nabila: A US Drone

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An 'Īd gift was delivered to Nabila Rahman's home by Americans last year. A gruesome gift that blew her grandmother's body into pieces on a magical day that was supposed to be filled with joy. Nine-year old Nabila didn't get a rousing welcome that her country mate Malala Yousufzai received because she didn't fit the war on terror agenda.  A ... Read More »

Yemeni Youth Activist’s Testimony before the Senate on Obama’s Secret Drone and Targeted Killing Program

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What the violent militants have previously felt to achieve, one drone strike accomplished in an instance. There is now an intense anger against America in Wessab. This is not an isolated instance, the drone strikes are the face of America to many Yemenis. Read More »

Anti-Muslim Bigot Daniel Pipes Says Back Assad to Keep Syrians Killing Each Other

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A new and a very shocking video reveals the true color of anti-Muslim bigots.  This video is a definite MUST WATCH.  In his ever-devilish looks, master-bigot Daniel Pipes makes a short appearance on a TV show to share with us his indispensable views on Syria.  It doesn't really need any of my commentary.  His words speak for themselves.  Here are some excerpts: “We're best off them ... Read More »

How the U.S. ought to Have Responded to the Palestinian Statehood Bid


Resignation to the interminability of the dilemma of Israel and Palestine only buys time for the further expansion of settlements, and thus further diminishes the likelihood that the problem will ever be solved. Palestine deserves the right to make a unilateral bid for statehood. Israel hadn’t obtained bilateral agreement when it seized Palestinian land in 1948, so Israel is groundless in trying to make the Palestinians do so, especially considering that the Palestinians are just trying to take back what is rightfully theirs. Read More »

Yasir Qadhi NYTimes Op-Ed | An Illegal and Counter productive Assassination


The accusations against Anwar al-Awlaki were very serious, but as a citizen, he deserved a fair trial and the chance to face his accusers in a court of law. Whether he deserved any punishment for his speech was a decision that a jury should have made, not the executive branch of our government. The killing of this American citizen is not only unconstitutional, but hypocritical and counterproductive. Read More »

Imam Zaid Shakir- Thomas Friedman: Prisoner in a Glass House

In a recent New York Times Op-ed, Mr. Friedman posits that very few Muslim political or religious leaders are willing to challenge the violent ideology of Islamic extremists. What Mr. Friedman apparently fails to realize is that there is an intense ideological struggle underway in the Muslim world, and at the heart of that struggle is the effort of orthodox scholars to delegitimize the arguments of those who would use Islamic teachings to justify wanton violence and destruction. Furthermore, contrary to his assessment, orthodoxy is gaining the upper hand. Read More »

Occupation, not Islam, Breeds Terrorism

Islamophobic pundits link Islam to terrorism, claiming the former causes the latter. Yet this argument is based on faulty science. The reality is that it is occupation--not Islam--that breeds terrorism. Read More »

American Soldier Exposes US Policy in Iraq

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