My Udhayam TV Interview on Rohingya Crisis
- Written by Alex Christoforou
Former POTUS Barack Obama may have played the part of a dainty liberal, but don’t be fooled, deep down Barack was a killer. A killer of mass proportions.As the US liberal and neocon media freak out over Trump’s interview with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly, where Trump (GASP) admitted that he “respects” Putin, and America “is not so innocent” when it comes to killing…we present to you the real stone cold killer.
Numbers don’t lie.
When it comes to racking up ‘kills’, no one was more deadly these last eight years than Barack Hussein Obama.
- Written by Lukman Harees
True! Trump factor came into prominence in 2016 culminating in his surprise win in November. However, for Muslims , the whole Post 9/11 era has been one of immense stress and trauma, with a well- orchestrated Islamophobic campaign demonizing , and maligning them and their beloved religion. Many Muslim countries in the ME were dismembered under US and European vile agenda, even without UN approval while an indifferent world watched helplessly.
From within too, many pseudo-Islamic movements like Al Qaida and ISIS, origins of which can be traced to Western masters , were actively engaged in tar-brushing the peaceful image of Islam with impunity. Even government policies particularly in US and Europe also began to blatantly target Muslims through discriminatory measures such as Prevent Agenda in UK, Niqab Ban in France and the recent Muslim Ban in US.
- Written by Azzam Tamimi
I had just been appointed a senior lecturer at the UK-based Markfield Institute of Higher Education in the autumn of 2000 when the newly appointed director, Dr Zaghlul Al-Najjar, summoned me to his office. He spent the first few days of his tenure in office acquainting himself with the academic staff. On that day, it was my turn.
After a few introductory remarks, he handed a copy of my CV over to me and said: “I want you to correct the mistakes in it and then bring it back to me.” Curiously, I flipped through the few CV pages only to find that he had crossed with red ink every single “Middle East” phrase within my CV. Politely, I asked him: “But what is wrong with the Middle East?” He said: “It does not exist, it never existed.”
- Written by லத்தீப் பாரூக்
மத்திய கிழக்கில் அமெரிக்க யுத்தங்கள் ஏற்படுத்திய சீர்கேடுகள் மேலும் வலுவடையும்
- லத்தீப் பாரூக்
இஸ்ரேலின் தலைநகராக ஜெரூஸலத்தை அங்கீகரிக்கும் நடவடிக்கையின் ஒரு அங்கமாக அமெரிக்காவின் புதிய ஜனாதிபதி டொனால்ட் டிரம்ப் தற்போது டெல்அவிவ் நகரில் இருக்கும் அமெரிக்காவின் இஸ்ரேல் தூதரகத்தை ஜெரூஸலம் நகருக்கு மாற்றுவதற்கான முயற்சிகளில் இறங்கியுள்ளார்.
- Written by Insssl, Pakistan HC
A panel discussion on “SAARC: Its Impediments and Way Forward”, was organised by the High Commission of Pakistan in Sri Lanka and the premier national security think tank, Institute of National Security Studies Sri Lanka (INSSSL) as their first ever joint venture. This event was held at Hotel Galadari last evening (6 February).
The panel of speakers comprised of several high profile Sri Lankan and Pakistani experts including Secretary Defence Eng. Karunasena Hettiarachchi, Former Secretary General of SAARC Ambassador Nihal Rodrigo, Director General of INSSSL Asanga Abeyagoonasekera, Dr. Syed Rifaat Hussain, Mr. Ikram Sehgal and His Excellency the High Commissioner of Pakistan Maj. Gen. (R) Syed Shakeel Hussain.
- Written by Latheef Farook
Corrupt Arab Dictators line up to kiss Trump’s feet
Ten days after assuming office, the newly elected president of United States of America Donald Trump issued an executive order on Friday 27 January 2017 imposing travel ban to US for nationals from seven Muslim countries for 90 days.
These include Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen-Muslim countries which America bombed, destroyed, massacred people and committed war crimes on innocent Muslims on an unprecedented scale. Trump doesn't hold any business interests in any of these countries.
- Written by Hilmy Ahamed
The Government Medical Officers Association (GMOA), the Medical Faculty Students' Union, and Inter University Students Federation are in contempt of court over their continued protests and trade union action against the judgement of the Court of Appeal on the registration of students of the South Asian Institute of Technology and Medicine (SAITM) with the Sri Lanka Medical Council.
The landmark judgment delivered by the Appellate Court on Tuesday confirmed that the South Asian Institute of Technology and Medicine (SAITM) is legally eligible to grant medical degrees to its students.
- Written by High Commission of Pakistan Colombo
Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has said that the dream of peace and prosperity of the people of Pakistan and India will remain elusive unless the Kashmir dispute is resolved in accordance with the United Nations Security Council resolutions.
“We urge India to stop bloodbath in occupied Jammu & Kashmir andallow the holding of free and fair plebiscite under the UN auspices,” Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said in a message on the Kashmir Solidarity Day being observed on February 5.
- Written by REUTERS
Burma President Htin Kyaw’s spokesman said on Friday that the government had not yet seen a highly critical UN human rights report on Arakan State.
The UN human rights office issued a report on Friday that said Burma’s security forces have committed mass killings and gang rapes of Muslims and burned their villages since October in a campaign that probably amounts to crimes against humanity and possibly “ethnic cleansing.”
“We will review the report from the UN and we will respond, either in an official statement or in an individual response (to questions),” the president’s office spokesman U Zaw Htay said.
- Written by SHIREEN AHMED
Early this week, my only daughter turned 15. She came downstairs excitedly, reading dozens of birthday messages on her phone. I hugged her tight. As I made her a smoothie, I retold her birth story for the umpteenth time.
She likes to hear that she was born so quickly that I had no chance of an epidural. She was really strong and exploded into the world with a force that was telling, then grew into a feisty toddler and precocious child.
We talked about her plans for the day: lunch at a Chinese restaurant with her favourite cousins, chai and cake in the afternoon with her grandparents, followed by soccer practice.