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Drowned Syrian Toddler Shocks World


CAIRO – The photo of a three-year-old Syrian toddler lying face down on the beach, after he and his family drowned, has sparked outcry worldwide, reflecting the heartbreaking horrors and tragedy of Syria's refugees. The "tragic image of a little boy who’s lost his life fleeing Syria is shocking and is a reminder of the dangers children and families are read more

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Syrian Muslims sufferings in appalling conditions

Syrian Muslims sufferings in appalling conditions

By Latheef Farook Shameful indictment on Saudi and Gulf sheikhs floating in wealth and spent more than $ 100 billion on purchasing weapons. The ancient country of Syria is now reduced to ashes. According to reports more than eleven million Syrians are displaced and around five million are suffering in appalling condition in refugee camps in Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon read more

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A dire situation for Syria’s Palestinian refugees


Several credible reports this week from Palestinian refugees in Syria and Europe, the latter among those who by various means managed to escape the Syrian conflict with their lives, illustrate the increasing pressure and dangers Palestinians are facing here just trying to survive. And the chances of survival are not likely to improve anything soon. Three serious cases over the read more

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Four million Burmese entitled to get iqama

In this file photo, Makkah governor Prince Khalid Al Faisal distributes Iqamas for the Burmese during a ceremony in Makkah. (AN photo by Ahmed Hashad)

Four million Burmese residents in the Kingdom are now entitled to obtain an ‘iqama,’ turning many of their dreams of long-term residence and stability in the Kingdom into a reality. Sheikh of the Burmese community in Makkah, Abu Alshamaa Abdulmajeed, said a large number of Burmese citizens have been living in the Kingdom for more than 70 years, arriving here read more

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ISIS: The Mystery Behind The Monster By :- Ameen Izzadeen


“… when you see them pray, you will look to them and think they are better than you; when they fast, you will think that they are better than you; they will recite Qur’an very well but it will never reach their throats, and they will leave the deen (the religion) like the arrow from the bow…” This was a read more

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Middle East Conflicts Give Hefty Boost to Arms Merchants


Abu Firuz, the commander of Liwa (Brigade) Salahadin, a Kurdish military unit fighting alongside rebel fighters, watches the besieged district of Karmel al-Jabl in eastern Aleppo, on Dec. 6, 2012. Several of the GCC states, specifically Saudi Arabia, UAE and Qatar, are significant suppliers of weapons, mostly unofficial and clandestine, to some of the warring factions in Syria, Libya, Iraq read more

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Veto Costs Lives as Syrian Civil War Passes Deadly Milestone


The aftermath of a bombing in Aleppo, Syria, Feb. 6, 2014. Credit: Freedom House/cc by 2.0 UNITED NATIONS, Mar 17 2015 (IPS) – As the long drawn-out Syrian military conflict passed a four-year milestone over the weekend, the New York-based Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) summed it up in a striking headline: 4 years, 4 vetoes, 220,000 read more

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A “New World Order” A Receipe For War Or Peace By :- Perdana Global Peace Foundation

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March 11, 2015 "ICH" –  The anti-war initiative, Perdana Global Peace Foundation, has a single goal of putting an end to war. Founded by Malaysia’s former Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad, the Foundation encourages dialogues between different nations, people and organisations to foster and energise global peace. The keynote address was delivered by Dr Mahathir who warned that Malaysia might read more

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Gaza reconstruction, hampered by israeli blockade, may take 100 years

Gaza Reconstruction

Scenes of the aftermath of the devastating Gaza conflict, which took place during the previous summer. Credit: UN Photo UNITED NATIONS, Mar 3 2015 (IPS) – Despite all the political hoopla surrounding an international pledging conference in Cairo last October to help rebuild Gaza, the reconstruction of the Israeli-devastated territory is apparently moving at the pace of paralytic snail. Sarah read more

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