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Is Pakistan prepared for a second wave of COVID-19?

By Aftab Siddiqui It has been six months since coronavirus was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). In the United States, the caseload has crossed six million. While India’s prime minister is facing one of the sternest tests of his political life. Despite the world’s strictest lockdown, …

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Militancy and Sectarian Approaches in Pakistan

By Dr. Muhammad Husain The sectarian fronts always entail high risks that Pakistan is facing for decades. The culture of militarization, on sectarian grounds, stems from different intervals, the Afghan, the Syrian war, and the current political recessions in the Middle East. It was the era of 1979 when the …

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Israel-UAE deal: The two-(police)-state solution

By BelenFernandez In 2016, award-winning Emirati human rights defender Ahmed Mansoor – who is now serving a 10-year prison sentence in the United Arab Emirates for such unspeakable crimes as insulting the “status and prestige of the UAE and its symbols,” including its leaders – was the victim of a …

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Trump engineered chaos in the Middle East

By Shahid Javed Burki Most likely these are the waning days of the Trump administration. Polls show Joe Biden, his Democratic rival in the presidential election of November 3, 2020, with a healthy lead. Trump himself has begun to talk about a “rigged election” leading to his removal from the …

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Anti-Netanyahu protests: Is a revolution brewing?

By Orly Noy The large street protest last week in front of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s compound in Jerusalem began almost like a party: drumming circles, people dancing in the streets around Paris Square – a kind of Hyde Park, where speakers spontaneously took turns on a makeshift platform …

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‘Isolated incidents’

By Anna Stavriankis The UK government’s announcement of the resumption of arms export licensing to Saudi Arabia and its allies may well prove to be the nail in the coffin for thousands more Yemenis, as the war in their country extends into its sixth year. Declaring that potential breaches of …

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Israel pushes towards ‘final solution’ for Palestine

By Yasir Ali Mirza The celebrated Palestinian-American intellectual, Edward W. Said, set out long ago in his seminal book The Question of Palestine that Zionist colonialists, since setting foot on the shores of Palestine in 1880s, have been continuing a colonization project to dehumanize the local populace. He said, “Even …

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The Youngest Martyr Among the Twelve

By Saira Naqavi Imam Muhammad Taqi Al-Jawad (as) is the ninth Imam of Twelvers. He was born on 10th Rajab 195 Hijri in Medina. His father was called childless by the opponents as it was presumed that the chain of Imamate will be broken and Imam Ali Reza (as) will …

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Attacking China will not save Trump’s presidency

By Dennis Etler You can repeat a lie over and over again but it doesn’t make what you say true, and US President Trump has been lying through his teeth his entire career as a real estate mogul, reality TV star, presidential candidate, and President of the USA. His lies …

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