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Just as apartheid ended in South Africa, so will it in Palestine

By Ameen Izzadeen Since the creation of Israel in 1948, almost all United States’ Presidents have been either ignorant of the true story behind the Palestinians’ suffering or advocates of injustice, however much the victimised Palestinians shout ‘Nakba, Nakba.’ Perhaps, … Continue reading

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Mandela does not belong to you, unless you follow him

Ethics-based foreign policy of prophetic statesman By Ameen Izzadeen As word leaders deliver moving eulogies and wax eloquent on the virtues of Nelson Mandela, some inadvertently desecrate the legendary statesman who stood for justice. This is because, apart from little … Continue reading

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