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Surge in ISIS terror fits Israeli script

By Ameen Izzadeen The more one studies the canker that is ISIS, the more one is certain that the group is not only far from Islam, but also has the support of some powerful hidden forces. A neighbour of 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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Egypt’s democracy goes from womb to mummy’s tomb

By Ameen Izzadeen It took 60 years for the Central Intelligence Agency to admit this week that it was behind the coup that took place in Teheran in 1953 – and it may be years or decades before we come … Continue reading

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Gaza conflict: Arab Spring shows new realities in Middle East

By Ameen Izzadeen When it comes to the violation of international law, one is no better than the other. The reference is to the United States and Israel. They apparently learn from one another on how to violate international law … Continue reading

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Obama or Romney, it’s a foreign policy sham

By Ameen Izzadeen Cecil V. Crabb Jr. in his book American Foreign Policy in the Nuclear Age defines foreign policy in these words: “Reduced to its most fundamental ingredients, foreign policy consists of two elements: National objectives to be achieved … Continue reading

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Egypt: The return of the pharaoh with the US support

By Ameen Izzadeen In its more than 5,000-year history, Egypt last month had what the Western media called its first free-and fair election to pick a head of state. The election ended inconclusively requiring a run-off which will be held … Continue reading

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West turns Arab Spring into a mirage

By Ameen Izzadeen Six months have passed since Tareq al-Tayyib Mohammed Bouazizi set himself ablaze and ignited the pro-democracy revolution across the Arab world. The young Tunisian street vendor took his life after he felt he did not have freedom … Continue reading

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