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Iraq: Cradle of civilization is still a living hell

By Ameen Izzadeen Fourteen Aprils ago, the world witnessed a giant statue of Iraq’s ousted dictator Saddam Hussein being toppled by a group of people at Baghdad’s Firdos Square. The crowd was surprisingly small. To support them in the task … Continue reading

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Muslims in Trump’s America: They came before Columbus

By Ameen Izzadeen In 2003, six months after US troops invaded Iraq, I met this young Afro American researcher in Chicago, while I was touring the United States under a State Department International Visitors’ Programme. He was Amir Nashid Alid … Continue reading

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9/11: The war coalition in the Tower of Babel

September 11 anniversaries will go on — but only until the United States remains a superpower. If July 4 Independence Day is a day of hope for citizens of what was once a great nation that gave them a powerful … Continue reading

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