Monthly Archives: February 2016

End of the road for Syria: Division of country looms

By Ameen Izzadeen A ceasefire for Syria may seem a boon from the genie that appeared from Aladdin’s ring. But the genie that comes from the lamp is more powerful and could disrupt the ceasefire and set the stage for … Continue reading

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Kanhaiya Kumar and Kashmir: Is democracy dying in Modi’s India?

By Ameen Izzadeen It is becoming increasingly evident that India is not keeping to its credentials as the world’s largest democracy with Prime Minister Narendra Modi turning a blind eye to the bigotry with which his ardent supporters deal with … Continue reading

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No prophetic figures to challenge self-righteous Israel

By Ameen Izzadeen We are born free but everywhere we are in fetters, so said the 18th century French philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau. In this age of liberal enlightenment any action that is seen as an affront to freedom is … Continue reading

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