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Is prisoner exchange a beginning for US-Iran negotiation?

By: Mohammad Ghaderi The swap took place in Zurich, Switzerland. The two prisoners were released simultaneously. The United States, which has not softened its hostile stance on Iran, seeks an opportunity to set in motion a show at the international stage for dialogue with Iran. Washington tried to refer to …

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Boris Johnson: An unhealthy choice anywhere

By: Martin Love The voters know not what they did focusing far too much on demands that the country leaves the EU, which the winner, Boris Johnson, has pledged to execute early in 2020 while at the same time Labor waffled amid suggestions of holding another referendum on Brexit. This …

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The PIC attack: Our collective shame

Syed Reza Ali There is a video circulating on social media post the attack on the Punjab Institute of Cardiology (PIC). In the video, a man is attempting CPR on a seemingly lifeless patient. It is apparent that he has no formal training to perform the procedure and is frantically …

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Turkey forcing Europe to deal with ISIS returnees

BY FAISAL AL YAFAI Four weeks have passed since Turkey began enacting one of its most controversial policies, forcibly deporting ISIS fighters and their families without the consent of the receiving country. The deportations have continued regularly; on Monday, 11 French nationals landed back in France. At least two dozen …

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‘The Lady’ is a liar: Suu Kyi’s genocide whitewash

By PHELIM KINE Rohingya civilians.” That’s the phrase conspicuously absent from Myanmar State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi’s 3,500-word statement to the International Court of Justice on Wednesday. The omission is no accident. Suu Kyi’s highly anticipated ICJ appearance was to answer to The Gambia’s official complaint of Myanmar’s violations …

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The original game in UK has just started!

By: Hanif Ghafari Some believe the British prime minister will leave the EU by the end of January 2020 (less than two months later) on his own accord. Essentially one of the reasons why British public opinion favored the Conservative Party and Boris Johnson was their desire for agreement with …

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PALESTINE NEEDS FREEDOM, NOT PIPEDREAM CITIES

By Mohamed Mohamed On Sunday, December 8, the American media network CBS aired a report on its “60 Minutes” show, which is one of the oldest news programs in America. The topic of this program was about Rawabi, which is described as Palestine’s first planned city, one that could serve …

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A professional job

Asha’ar Rehman THOSE who had been warning against the dangers of the spread of education may claim vindication. The size and potency of Wednesday’s attack on the Pakistan Institute of Cardiology has led, among other wakeup calls, to demands to know what standards are maintained by the professional education colleges …

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HOW TO ANSWER THE QUESTION, “DO YOU AFFIRM ISRAEL’S RIGHT TO EXIST?”

By Steven Salaita When anti-Zionists discuss the Middle East, the topic of Israel’s existence rarely arises. It’s almost exclusively a pro-Israel talking point. We’re focused on national liberation, on surviving repression, on strategies of resistance, on recovering subjugated histories, on the complex (and sometimes touchy) relationships among an Indigenous population …

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