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  • Jamaat-Ud-Dawa: Converting Kuffar At Home, Killing Them Abroad0

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    • September 11, 2017

    September 10, 2017 By Hudson Institue By C. Christine Fair* Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD, Society for Proselytization), better known as Lashkar-e-Tayyaba (LeT), is the most capable and competent Islamist militant group operating in South Asia. It gained notoriety for holding the Indian mega-city of Mumbai hostage in November 2008, when it sent several assault teams (fidayeen) to

  • Thirty Years of Jittery Indo-Lanka Relations0

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    • September 11, 2017

    Photo: Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and Sri Lankan President J.R. Jayewardene sign the historic Indo-Sri Lanka accord in Colombo on July 29, 1987. File photo. Courtesy of The Hindu. Thirty Years of Jittery Indo-Lanka Relations Viewpoint by Sugeeswara Senadhira* COLOMBO (IDN-INPS) – While there is much written about China’s jittery relations with many of its

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  • REFUGEES FROM MYANMAR POSE DILEMMA FOR WORLD CONSCIENCE0

    Around 270,000 Rohingya refugees are reported to have entered Bangladesh from Myanmar; in the wake of the ongoing violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine province that has triggered an exodus of refugees. Some of the refugees have entered India also. More refugees are reported to be waiting to cross over. Justifiably, Bangladesh is highly concerned about this

  • RSS ALLIANCE IN BURMESE MUSLIMS GENOCIDE1

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    • September 10, 2017

    (By Abdul Majid Zargar) A silent genocide of Myanmar (also known as Burma) Muslims is in progress. Such is the urgency shown by Burmese Govt. to annihilate its Rohingya Muslims that it has even used Gunship helicopters to fire lethal and heavy ammunition on fleeing Muslims. The international community is a mute spectator to the

  • Gauri Lankesh’s Final Editorial: ‘In the Age of False News’0

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    • September 9, 2017

    By The Wire Staff on 09/09/2017 “I want to salute all those who expose fake news. I wish there were more of them.” Peaceful protests erupted after journalist Gauri Lankesh was shot dead on September 5 in Bengaluru Credit: PTI Journalist-activist Gauri Lankesh was shot dead in Bengaluru on September 5. She wrote fiercely against divisive

  • From Afghanistan to World War III0

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    • September 9, 2017

    -Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal At the outset, it is made clear that the USA has no plan to leave Afghanistan ever and it has no plan to end the war in Syria as well for strategic reasons. Aggressors and invaders under some vague pretexts do not have the real intent to quit the invaded, occupied

  • Rohingya Crisis, George Soros, Oil & Lessons For India0

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    • September 9, 2017

    When George Soros comes to this or that country… he looks for religious, ethnic or social contradictions, chooses the model of action for one of these options or their combination and tries to ‘warm them up’. By Shelley Kasli – September 8, 2017 The ongoing crisis in Myanmar including tensions between Buddhist and Muslim communities

  • CHINA’S DRIVE TO DOMINATE ASIA NOT TO GO UNCHALLENGED0

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    • September 9, 2017

    By several of its recent acts and approaches in its relationship with other regions in the world, China has given a clear signal that it wants to dominate Asia and emerge as the super power in the world. This grand vision of China is focused on overtaking USA in economic and military might and squeezing

Commentary

  • FROM HEAVEN TO HELL – MYANMAR’S ROHINGYAS0

    by F R Chowdhury In my earlier article “Myanmar military’s addiction to political power” I tried to explain how the Myanmar’s military very reluctantly relinquished the active political power but still held on to the roots so that it can still dictate the future policy. It is keen to create some problem and keep alive

  • Rohingya plight feeds Muslim assertiveness0

    By James M. Dorsey The plight of Myanmar’s persecuted Rohingya minority is becoming the Muslim world’s latest rallying call emulating the emotional appeal of the Palestinians in the second half of the 20th century. Like the cause of the Palestinians, the Rohingya, albeit with a twist, have also become a battlefield for the Muslim world’s

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THE MINISTER IS NOT THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER; HE IS THE GOVERNMENTI understand that recently the Government in Bangladesh has decided that the minister in charge of a ministry shall act as the chief executive officer of the relevant ministry. This is wrong

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