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Will the real Pakistan stand up, please?

Two headlines this month beg the question US officials have been grappling with for more than a decade: Will the real Pakistan stand up, please?

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Enough is More Than Enough!

Jeremy Corbyn

Jewish power, as I define it, is the power to suppress criticism of Jewish power.

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Terrorist attack in France

Once again, Muslim communities and new immigrants living in the western countries become suspect in the eyes of many people.

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The Iraq War after 15 Years

Iraq war

On the 10th anniversary of the U.S. government’s criminal, catastrophic, and still-to-this-day consequential war against Iraq in March 2003, I wrote:

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Did the U.S. Government Kill Otto Warmbier?

Otto Warmbier

The common perception is that North Korea’s communist regime brutally tortured 22-year-old American citizen Otto Warmbier, leaving him in a coma from which he never recovered. Warmbier died soon after being returned to the United States in a vegetative state.

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Exposing Israel’s Self-indictments in Gaza Protests

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King Donald

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Oval Office Apprentice

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Modern democratic states have no business with religion

The secularisation process bec...

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Pence’s Hypocritical Speech to the OAS

In a speech this week to the...

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‘Sympathy is not enough…’

Two weeks ago, while attendi...

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