Alphabets, which are symbols used to systematically convert language to writing, show differences according to the languages. The Latin alphabet used today, has its roots from 3 thousand years ago, to the times of the Phoenician civilization in Lebanon
Kazakhstan is promoting regional cooperation both within Central Asia, with Russia and other EEU members, all while deepening ties with Europe, China, US
The Egypian Sisi regime has deliberately misrepresented the factual events of the Rabaa massacre and has steered the media and consequently the world, to believe that it was legitimate and necessary.
More than 53.7 million Turks were eligible to vote in a poll to elect 550 deputies to the Grand National Assembly.
The Information Office of the State Council published a white paper on China's military strategy.
According to the annual Elimination of Racial Discrimination report released by the German State Department, whilst there were some positives, it concluded that there was a lack of protection of individuals and a severe lack of anti-discrimination legislation in Germany.
The Nakba Day is commemorated on the 15th May which is the date that precedes following the Israeli invasion and the displacement of the Palestinians of their land
Full text of the agreement between The Philippine Government and The Moro Islamic Liberation Front...
Algorithm and sofa, coffee and apricot, algebra and zero, and so many more are the gift of Arabic to English.
Kabul, a city known for its gardens, is now among the most polluted capitals in the world
The American people have more to fear from those that are supposed to be protecting them, than those that are portrayed as evil, savage terrorist that kills the infidel
The enduring picture of the intifada is one of young men and boys throwing stones and rocks at Israeli troop
Self-determination is obviously a dilemma, especially now that individualism and human rights contest the original statist view of international law
History is written by those who are victorious. However, those who are truly victorious are those in the field of science and culture who set in motion the major discoveries of tomorrow and these are minds untainted
27th of October is being remembered as the “Black Day” in Pakistan and India-held Kashmir as a protest against the occupation of the Kashmir, when India had forcibly taken over the land on October 27, 1947.
The hajj pilgrimage, one of the biggest gatherings of mankind, is currently underway in the holy city of Mecca. In a world full of increasing religious and sectarian tensions, it proves to be a symbol of global unity and brotherhood.
As the Muslim festival of Eid ul-Adha approaches, many may wonder why Muslims give such importance to the slaughter and distribution of meat during this holiday, something that many people in the west may find strange to say the least.
What concerns us here are recent events in Kosovo. Here, as in other parts of the world, the demonization of Muslims is done via stereotyped tropes about Muslims practicing aspects of the faith such as the hijab or beard. This despite the fact that Kosovo has a long and rich tradition of Islam dating back 600-years (indeed, the mosque where Krasniqi preaches dates back to 1460).
The intent of this article is to provide a context for the next series of articles on border and checkpoint security; the Amnesty and the insurgent re-education programs; and, the establishment of an economic zone, the relocation of communities along the Thai-Malay border, and the role of the Royal Thai Army in the relocation process.
Many historical artefacts were lost in the blaze, including the famous wooden pulpit which was planted in the mosque after the victory of Salahuddin al-Ayyubi over the Crusaders.