WASHINGTON: Why should we all follow the murder of Jamal Khashoggi carefully? Because we need to uphold our American values. Although this case is similar to so many others when an anti-government is disappeared or killed by the authorities, the case of Khashoggi is significant and should matter to all of us. (The Khashoggi killing had roots in a ...
WASHINGTON: Eid al-Adha, also called the “Festival of Sacrifice”, is the second of two Islamic holidays celebrated by the Muslim nation each year. The other holiday being Eid al-Fitr. Eid al-Adha is the holier of the two holiday and will be celebrated today, from sundown to sundown, tomorrow August 21. The world-wide celebrations equate to more than $400 ...
Justin Trudeau confronts Saudi Arabia human rights violations, inviting Saudi Arabia to respect human rights, over a tweet. The reaction is mixed.
WASHINGTON: There is some question over Tony Blair and the future of Saudi Arabia. The 1941 Anglo-Soviet invasion of Persia was the invasion of the Imperial State of Iran during the Second World War by Soviet, British and other Commonwealth armed forces. Growing up with a very traditional grandfather who fought against the Anglo-Soviet invasion of ...
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Shia Muslims are oppressed in almost every country, even those where they are the majority.
Shia Muslims are often targeted as terrorists, not because of any factual reason, but because they they peacefully stand up for their rights
One might conclude we live in a world where money of Saudis and political interest on western societies wins over human dignity
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Every year, many pilgrims lose their lives, catch various diseases, receive poor services and lack food during Hajj, while Saudi makes more than 9 billion dollar from the event.
Following the offer of Saudi Arabia to build mosques in Germany for the refugees arriving there, a Syrian girl sends a letter to the Saudi king.
The date September 11 now has three tragedies attached to it - The World Trade Center, Benghazi and the Hajj crane collapse. It is time for both East and West to mourn these tragedies
WASHINGTON, October 16, 2014 — In an interview with Al Hadath TV in June 2014, Sheikh Ahmad al-Qabisi, an Iraqi Sunni cleric, said, “if Sunni had strong leadership (Marja’) as Shia do, they could have gotten rid of all Shia in Iraq by now.” Al-Qabisi is well-known in Iraq as a Sunni intellectual cleric. He has accused Seyed ...
With ISIS dominating the news, Muslims could use the Hajj season to find a solution to the issue of ISIS.
The whole world might join us in the fight against ISIS, but the truth is until such groups no longer receive funds from Arab donors not much can be accomplished.
International committees, governments, and NGOs must end discriminatory or oppressors and terrorists will not fear to violate human rights.