Why did the United States start a war in Afghanistan? The Bush administration wanted to eliminate the terrorist threat of al-Qaida's leader, Osama bin Laden, following the September 11 Twin Tower attacks
Shia Muslims are oppressed in almost every country, even those where they are the majority.
We did not start this war, but we must finish it, or Islamic totalitarianism will prevail across the entire Islamic world and we will face an existential battle between the West and Islam
The war in Iraq is not a sectarian one. It is the plight of a nation struggling to find itself in the midst of regional and global interests.
Iran with nuclear weapons means a fully ISIS controlled Middle East and the total destruction of Israel
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.
As Shia Rights Watch has always said Shia must be allowed to practice their citizenship rights and freedom of religion like all other members of the society.
When America gets it’s own house in order, and we once again regain respect from those that wish us harm, we might then entertain the idea of helping rid the world of those of evil intent, but, until then we have work to do.
WASHINGTON, January 24, 2014 — Sunni refugees fleeing Al Qaeda linked violence are flocking to the Shia holy city of Karbala, where they are being met with open arms. Last month, Al Qaeda announced that it had taken over two key cities in the Sunni majority province of Anbar, sparking fears of escalating terrorism in ...