Monthly Archives: August 2010

Iraq: The bloody shame and sham

By Ameen Izzadeen (This article originally appeared in the Daily Mirror of August 27, 2010) By meeting the August 31 troop withdrawal deadline ahead of schedule, United States President Barack Obama may have added some polish to his Nobel peace … Continue reading

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Separation of Church and State: Is America a Christian nation?

By Ameen Izzadeen (Deputy Editor The Sunday Times, Sri Lanka) In 2003 Ameen Izzadeen spent nearly a month in the United States as a guest of the US State Department. This is part 7 of a series of observations penned  … Continue reading

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Ominous signs of Israeli attack on Iran

This article originally appeared in the Daily Mirror, Sri Lanka of August 20, 2010 By Ameen Izzadeen The scene: Hundreds of Israeli war planes are on their way to attack Iran’s nuclear sites. They may have to cross the Iraqi … Continue reading

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Hiroshima: the humbug and the hypocrisy

By Ameen Izzadeen This article originally appeared in the Daily Mirror, Sri Lanka on August 13, 2010 The Japanese are a great people. Their greatness comes in their ability to forgive the United States for its blatant terrorism on Hiroshima … Continue reading

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Close encounter with Bush: A political miscarriage

By Ameen Izzadeen (Deputy Editor The Sunday Times and Daily Mirror-Sri Lanka) Islam in America – (P-6) This article originally appeared in the Daily Mirror of Friday November 7, 2003 The Florida vote recount at the 2000 US presidential election … Continue reading

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Kashmir: A hell in paradise now

Kashmir: A hell in paradise now The following article originally appeared in the Friday, 06 August 2010 00 edition of the Daily Mirror, Sri Lanka By Ameen Izzadeen Tens of thousands of Kashmiris have been defying curfew and shoot-at-sight orders … Continue reading

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