How the West came to dominate the World. 

In the 15th century, Christian Europeans began making oceanic voyages of discovery. Very quickly, these voyages led to the outright economic, political and religious domination of the globe. This domination lies at the heart of the problems the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia facing today. Continue reading “How the West came to dominate the World. “

The Supreme Muslim Tolerance 

Here are just a few examples of exceptional Muslim tolerance:In

What happened to muslims living in non-muslim countries?
Communist Russia they were forcibly marched into the gulags of Siberia. In Eastern Europe it was the genocide of Bosnia and Srebrenica that awaited them. In Palestine, it is 60 years and counting of occupation, humiliation and imprisonment. In Spain, it was total annihilation, such that not one man was left to call the adhan.
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Did The Arabs Really Revolted Against The Ottomans?


The British wanted to carve up the Muslim world, destroy forever its ability to rise up again. They devised a manufactured propoganda narrative, so that history would record that a nationalistic revolution against an an evil Islamic empire, had occurred, and that the British and French had simply aided that revolution – they were the friends of that revolution.
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A Thousand Years Can Change A lot of Things

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‘Do not go extremes in religious matters, for you will not be able to continue in that way’
– Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)

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Infographics : Israel’s so called ‘Tough Neighbours’

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The Story of Kuwait

Kuwait has been one of the most open political systems in the Gulf. It included a parliament with legislative powers. But the 85-year-old ruler, Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah , has the final say in state affairs and picks the prime minister who in turn selects a cabinet.
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How Empire Builders Used Divide and Rule

imageBarely 65 years have passed and yet the Olympics, Downton Abbey, The King’s Speech, royal weddings and babies are all being deployed to present us with an idea of imperial Britain and the Windsors as harmless anachronisms, and not the brutal genocidal murderers who plundered, raped, imprisoned and murdered their way across the whole globe. Virtually every conflict today can be traced back to British colonial policies and divide and rule tactics. While we are well aware of the horrors of the Nazis, British concentration camps in South Africa are little known, as are the genocides, famines, displacements and brutalising all over Africa, Asia, Palestine and the Middle East in the name of the British crown. It is no exaggeration to say that 100s of millions of people suffered and died under the rule of this family’s ancestors down to the present day, yet they are paraded in public as though there is no shame in their past and as though they have no blood on their hands at all. And we are allowed no accountability, no anger, as though it never happened at all.