Saturday, October 23, 2021

What is the Worst Tragedy to Ever Strike Muslims? (Part 2)

 Part 2 of our video series, talking about how:

  • Systemic corruption is a core feature (not flaw) of nation states in the Muslim World
  • How keeping the lands divided results in economic backwardness and theft of wealth
  • How all of this relates to the Pandora Papers
  • The way forward for Muslims

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Friday, October 1, 2021

What is the Worst Tragedy to Ever Strike Muslims?


New video from one of our writers on the centrality and importance of state power in Islam.  This video also covers why the fall of the weakened Ottoman khilafah (caliphate) was and still is the worst tragedy to afflict Muslims in the past century; as well as how and why the chaos present today in the Muslim World is a biproduct of both colonialism as well as a lack of a state to manage affairs of Muslims.

Thursday, July 8, 2021

Palestinian-Israeli Conflict - Who is to really blame?

Short video summarizing the true reasons for US support for Israel and who is to really blame for the Palestinian Israeli Conflict

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Saturday, May 22, 2021

Israel is the Shadow of Arab Regimes

Israel is the shadow of the Arab regimes, so if those ceased to exist their shadow would cease to exist

Joe Biden Succinctly explaining US reasons for supporting Israel


In the United States and around the world, many are questioning why, despite some mild rebukes, Washington has maintained its large-scale military, financial, political, and diplomatic support for the Israeli occupation in the face of unprecedented violations of international law and human rights standards by Israeli occupation forces. Why is there such strong bipartisan support for Israel’s right-wing prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s policies in the occupied Palestinian territories?

The close relationship between the U.S. and Israel has been one of the most salient features

in U.S. foreign policy for nearly three and a half decades. The well over $3 billion in military

and economic aid sent annually to Israel by Washington is rarely questioned in Congress, even

by liberals who normally challenge U.S. aid to governments that engage in widespread

violations of human rights–or by conservatives who usually oppose foreign aid in general.

No other country comes close to offering the level of diplomatic support provided by Washington

-–with the United States often standing alone with Israel-- at the United Nations and other

international forums when objections are raised over ongoing Israeli violations of international

law and related concerns.  Why is this the case? What benefits does the US get from this policy?

And is the “Israeli lobby” solely to blame?