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Islamic State (Caliphate) vs Islamic State (Caliphate) of Iraq and Syria “ISIS”:

Dr Ahmad Al Raisoni[1]
Translated by Lutfi

Mustafa Kamal –Attaturk- ended the Ottoman caliphate reign in a military coup and established republic Turkey in the second decade of the 20th century, first of its kind in the Islamic world, it dazed and bewildered many Muslims. 1,280 more words


Islamabad Massacre

A couple of hours ago, the protesters decided to march peacefully towards Prime Ministers residence. The protesters had occupied Islamabad since 14 August and not a single act of violence took place. 187 more words

Current Events

Misconceptions of Self-Determination

Following the sham debate between Alistair Darling and Alex Salmond, plenty of other members of the British Union, other than the Scottish, have made themselves heard. 480 more words


Many In Hing Kong Hopeful of Full Democracy -- "We will not accept such a model of fake democracy" -- Chinese Parliament Decides on Sunday

By James Pomfret

HONG KONG Sat Aug 30, 2014 12:30pm EDT

(Reuters) – Hong Kong is poised for a showdown with China when the Chinese parliament meets later on Sunday, with the largely rubber-stamp body likely to snuff out hopes for a democratic breakthrough in the regional financial hub at elections due in 2017. 711 more words

India And Japan

Prime Minister Modi’s ongoing visit to Japan is about a new partnership between the two countries. Japan is already a top investor in India, even if China is the leading bilateral trade partner. 422 more words


Our New Story

You and I are a superstars, our children are superstars, some of our friends, neighbors, relatives, co-workers are superstars. The POTUS is a superstar. Our Government is calling all superstars interested in being elected officials and/or celebrating every election for the advancement of Democracy. 109 more words

Income Equality

Remembering Merdeka

August 30, 2014

Remembering Merdeka

by Tunku Abdul Aziz@www.nst.my.com

MANY of the 300 young Malayans, men and women, who heard the news first-hand ahead of the official announcement in Malacca, that their country would be an independent nation on August 31, 1957 are, sadly, no longer with us to celebrate the 57th Merdeka anniversary tomorrow. 916 more words