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  • The Suffering of the Iranian People Has “Made in USA” Stamped on It0

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    • February 13, 2019

    Op-EdWar & Peace By William Rivers Pitt, Truthout Published February 13, 2019 “Iranians have taken to the streets across the country to mark the 40th anniversary of the 1979 revolution,” reads a Monday morning Al Jazeera report, “renewing their allegiance to the country’s Islamic principles at a time of rising economic and political pressure amid

  • The Bombay Building That Brought Hindus and Muslims Together to Free India0

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    • February 13, 2019

    By Devyani Nighoskar • FEB 13 2019 Why you should care “Hargiz nameerad aan ke dilaash zinda shud ba-ishq / sabt ast bar jareeda-e-aalam dawam-e-ma.” One whose heart was engrossed in true love cannot die. / He is eternally fixed in the chronicle of earth. Engraved in Nastaliq script on a shining white marble plaque,

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  • US warns India against buying Venezuelan oil0

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    • February 13, 2019

    by Editor February 13, 2019  Washington, February 13 (The Statesman): The hardline US National Security Adviser John Bolton has issued a warning to India against buying Venezuelan oil, saying it “will not be forgotten”. But Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Jorge Alberto Arreaza has countered that it was an attempt to impose Washington’s global “dictatorship”. Bolton tweeted on Tuesday:

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  • Is South Asia the New Middle East?0

    Sep 27, 2017 Dominique Moisi The plight of the Muslim Rohingya minority in Myanmar highlights a broader trend toward political fragmentation and violence in the region. If a geostrategic catastrophe is to be avoided, the unholy alliance of religion and nationalism must be broken. PARIS – The Middle East is often viewed as a region

  • Mr. Xi Jinping, Take AGood Look At This Photo0

    by M Adil Khan — September 27, 2017 I urge you, Mr. Xi Jinping, President of Peoples’ Republic of China to take a good look at this photo. Do you see what I see? I see the agony. I see sadness. I also see numerous questions in the eyes of these Rohingya kids that are

  • Mishandling the Rohingya Crisis May Open New Frontier for Terrorism0

    Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya have fled a military crackdown in Myanmar where they lack citizenship rights, and they head for Bangladesh. Myanmar, a country of 55 million, is more than 85 percent Buddhist; Bangladesh, with more than 160 million people and predominantly Muslim, reports a lower GDP per capita than Myanmar. The Myanmar military

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