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On the Importance of Politics

Politics is the only tool to clean up societies and establish truth, human rights, and justice. In Islam, it is the highest ibadah, called jihad. So, Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) engaged in politics and was head of the state for ten years. For such a political mission, more than half of the companions of the Prophet (peace be upon him) became martyrs.

Gender Confusion and Sexual Disorientation in Canada

By Jawed Anwar Several unprecedented events have occurred in Canada and a few other countries in the last two decades. One of the main issues has been the demand of an organized minority to consider a "crime against humanity" as a "human right."

An Open Letter to Doug Ford, Leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservative (PC)

We respectfully remind you there is a constitutional requirement for the province to fund schools that are "designed for all the community members, whatever their creed" and are "open for all the members of society." (Section 93 of the constitution that deals with education, read para 44, 46 and 47)

The Omicron Shame: Why is the World Punishing Instead of Helping Africa?

The swiftness of choking off some of Africa’s poorest countries, including Botswana, Lesotho and Zimbabwe, is particularly disturbing if placed within a proper context concerning the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the Global South, generally, and Africa, in particular.

Counselling Your Children on Gender is a Criminal Act in Canada

Jawed Anwar IT is a pity to note that Liberals brought the Conversion Therapy bill (C-4) third time in the Federal Parliament on November 29 and expedited it fast to approve. And it is disastrous to note that MPs of all parties are unanimously agreed to pass the Bill. The first Bill (Bill C-8) died when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau prorogued Parliament in 2020 due to the Covid-19 outbreak (wrath of Allah).

Women's Right; India Vs Taliban

JAWED ANWAR WHEN the Taliban drove the US and its international allies out of Afghanistan and Ashraf Ghani fled, India also had to leave dozens of its consulates there. Since then, Indian politicians, intellectuals, and journalists have been concerned about Afghanistan's women's rights.

Legacy of Shame: Colin Powell’s Blood-Soaked Service to the Empire

Kenn Orphan Even in Death There is No Flag Large Enough to Cover the Shame of Killing Innocent People. COLIN Powell just died from Covid-19. So we should expect a tsunami of eulogies from politicians, the mainstream media and even a few liberals who seem to enjoy sanitizing the murderous lives of the ruling class. Those of us who refuse to play the games of polite society when it comes to war crimes will likely be chastised.

Women's Rights: America vs. Taliban

Jawed Anwar THE United States and the entire Western world are deeply concerned about women's rights in Afghanistan. The US, the world's most champion of women's rights invaded Afghanistan in October 2001 with the full support of about 50 countries. There was a Taliban government there at the time.

The US Powers' Sadism

Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal

Moral Standard: Taliban Vs the USA

DR. Firoz Mahboob Kamal

Graveyard of Empires

Eric Margolis The US-led war in Afghanistan looks to be ending, and not a day too soon. America’s father, Benjamin Franklin, wisely wrote: ‘No good war; no bad peace.’

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