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21:25, 10 December 2016 Saturday
News Analysis

16:05, 07 November 2016 Monday
Pakistanisation of Turkey A conspiracy of comparison

There are some semblances in both the countries and the narrative is almost similar, and the chief sponsors of extremism are also common.

09:08, 07 November 2016 Monday
CETA in TAFTA out

The Europeans are finding it difficult to understand the discussions regarding the agreement which has been finalized as 2334 pages, after the negotiations which has lasted seven years between Brussels and Ottawa.

10:47, 25 October 2016 Tuesday
Bangladesh Realities and Challenges for new Jamaat leadership

A new leadership has to respond to a varied set of local and international challenges

16:07, 13 October 2016 Thursday
Jakarta s eulogized Christian Governor A hero that he wasn

Jakartans have proved themselves as more open-minded and democratic much before the London, they voted and elected a Christian and ethnic Chinese deputy-governor as the running mate of Joko Widodo, often referred to as Jokowi.

08:11, 04 October 2016 Tuesday
The Phenomenon of DAESH A treacherous Imperial design

Whilst DAESH is a US creation, it is evident that it serves the British interest and aims to destabilise the remaining stable states in the region

08:01, 29 September 2016 Thursday
A dramatic fall for communists in Russia Liberals could not

The elections held on the 18th of September for Duma which is the lower wing of the parliament, resulted in a victory for the United Russia party

15:53, 21 September 2016 Wednesday
A Muslim Shoulder to Shoulder with Mandela Ibrahim Rasool

Ibrahim Rasool, the former and the first Muslim South African Ambassador to the United States

23:06, 19 September 2016 Monday
The future of Uzbekistan after Karimov

Even though Uzbekistan swayed to and fro between Russia and the USA, there have never been positive signs in the quality of its governance until today, on the contrary it has even gone backwards

15:54, 19 September 2016 Monday
Pattani Muslims in Thailand No Easy Way Out

Every Thai government, whether democratically elected or through the military coup d’état always find it difficult to ignore radical Buddhist northerners’ demand of a hard-line approach towards the predominantly Muslim south

09:11, 16 September 2016 Friday
Bangladesh International War Crimes Tribunal X-rayed Part-I

The war crimes tribunal in Bangladesh, established to try those who committed atrocities is under fire for its hanging of Jamaat–e-Islami members

13:17, 13 September 2016 Tuesday
Bangladesh International War Crimes Tribunal X-rayed Part- II

“The crimes committed during the war of independence were horrific, but the death sentences only perpetuate violence. The lack of fair trials makes the use of death penalty even more disturbing.” stated David Griffiths, research director, Amnesty International, South Asia.

12:56, 05 September 2016 Monday
The Euphrates Shield from a historical viewpoint

Operation Euphrates Shield can be best understood by viewing it in context with the history of the Middle East

09:34, 02 September 2016 Friday
Mir Quasem Ali Verdict in Bangladesh Flawed and Unjust

Bangladesh's Jamaat leader has been sentenced to death following a deeply flawed trial, has lost his final appeal against the death penalty

14:41, 24 August 2016 Wednesday
Turkish Enigma How will it bring the Coup plotters to

It is pertinent to say that the failed coup attempts do not necessarily imply that those were not well-planned.

14:45, 18 August 2016 Thursday
India-Pakistan Ministers trade tirade on Kashmir

Kashmir, a Muslim territory, is in the midst of an uprising after increasing attacks by India

17:04, 17 August 2016 Wednesday
The season of violence rolled around again in Kashmir

Violence in Kashmir has reached a new high, in particular after the murder of Burhan Wani, with Indian troops opening fire on anti-India protestors

15:40, 12 August 2016 Friday
Muslims In Taiwan A Small Thriving Community

While addressing Regional Islamic Dawah Council of Southeast Asia and the Pacific in Taipei, President Ma said Islam is like an old friend and his government is working tirelessly to safeguard the rights of Muslims.

10:44, 11 August 2016 Thursday
Gulenist Tentacles and Indonesian Authorities

Gulen-linked institutions and people have the potential to inflict certain degree of harm to Indonesia’s own interests.



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