Monthly Archives: August 2014

Libya: Whither goest this Nowhere Land?

By Ameen Izzadeen Libya is fast sliding down a political abyss — with world leaders not knowing whom to contact or who is in control of the country. Foreign governments are in confusion as to the status of the Libyan … Continue reading

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Ukraine puzzle: Who’s fitting the pieces?

By Ameen Izzadeen As Ukrainian troops rapidly advance towards the heartland of pro-Moscow rebels, it is becoming clear that Russia is making a rapid retreat from its hardline position and unlikely to intervene to prop up the ailing rebellion. Probably … Continue reading

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In hijacking Islam, whose interest is IS serving?

By Ameen Izzadeen Islamic State (IS), whose desert juggernaut is sweeping across Iraq and Syria, is neither Islamic nor a state. It is a terror group whose victims are not only the hapless minorities in Iraq but also Muslims and … Continue reading

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Hiroshima, shock and awe and a plan to annex Gaza

By Ameen Izzadeen The rules of ancient warfare were apparently more humane than the laws that govern modern day warfare. Though we call ourselves civilised laws and truth become the first casualties in times of war, as evident in the … Continue reading

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Zionist Goliath mauls Gaza; support Palestinian David

By Ameen Izzadeen Tens of thousands of people who stand for justice hold demonstrations in various world capitals in support of the Palestinians. But their voices are muted by the roar of the atrocious silence of world leaders who shamelessly … Continue reading

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