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Trump’s Distractions or Is the Empire in Retreat?

Things continue to spiral out of control in the U.S. as the myth of policing fails and anti-civilizational forces move into the power vacuum. And while I’m still completely committed to the end of the U.S. empire and its imperial edicts, It’s also not lost on me what’s happening, who’s …

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Embattled Yemen Fights Coronavirus with Empty Hands

Translated report, Alalam website Directives to open all public and private hospitals to receive cases with coronavirus and to add at least twenty beds to isolation rooms and five beds for intensive care. This came at a meeting of the Yemeni Minister of Health with directors of medical centers and …

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An alarming decision

IN a move that flies in the face of ominous data, Prime Minister Imran Khan has decided to further ease lockdown restrictions across the country and to reopen almost all sectors of industry — an unfortunate decision that will see a greater surge in coronavirus infections. The announcement was made …

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Imam Khomeini’s 3 beliefs, which changed the destiny of Iran

Our magnanimous Imam (r.a.) had three beliefs which made him decisive, courageous and steadfast: namely, faith in God, faith in the people and faith in himself. These three beliefs revealed themselves in the character, decisions and actions of Imam (r.a.) in the true sense of the word. Imam (r.a.) spoke …

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Imam Khomeini shook thesis of secularization: German expert

TEHRAN: Dr. Markus Fiedler believes that when the religion seemed to slowly die, Imam Khomeini’s appearance shook this thesis of secularization. The 31st anniversary of the demise of Imam Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Revolution of Iran will be held on Wednesday. He is known to many global figures and …

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Police violence against Blacks is not new phenomenon: Professor Scanlon

interview By Javad Heirannia TEHRAN – Thomas M. Scanlon, Alford professor of natural religion, moral philosophy, and civil polity at Harvard University, tells the Tehran Times that “police violence especially against Blacks and other minorities is not a new phenomenon.” Professor Scanlon says violence against Blacks “has been true for …

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Race card to propel Trump?

The eruption of public anger following the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis and President Donald Trump’s response to it, makes one believe that the White House incumbent will seek re-election in November on his own terms and familiar turf. His appalling handling of the Covid-19 crisis was supposed to …

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