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Houthis Making History by Adhering to UN resolution!

Houthis Making History by Adhering to UN resolution!

After months of nonstop fighting, expense of millions of dollars, and destruction of homes, families and lives Houthis adhered to UN plan of ceasefire! Such interesting decision requires in depth investigation as it smells fishy to critical minds: It is not every day that UN resolution is actually adhered by anyone, so Houthis are defiantly […]

A Syrian refugee writes to a Saudi King

A Syrian refugee writes to a Saudi King

Saudi Arabia’s offer to build mosques does not help the Syrian people WASHINGTON, September 24, 2015 – Following the offer of Saudi Arabia to build mosques in Germany for the refugees arriving there, a Syrian girl sends a letter to the Saudi king. Dear King Salman: Thank you for offering to build 200 mosques for my […]

Leadership in Islam: Shia v. Sunni

Leadership in Islam: Shia v. Sunni

WASHINGTON, October 16, 2014 — In an interview with Al Hadath TV in June 2014, Sheikh Ahmad al-Qabisi, an Iraqi Sunni cleric, said, “if Sunni had strong leadership (Marja’) as Shia do, they could have gotten rid of all Shia in Iraq by now.” Al-Qabisi is well-known in Iraq as a Sunni intellectual cleric. He has accused Seyed […]

Dear God: Who’s prayer will you listen to this Hajj year?

Dear God: Who’s prayer will you listen to this Hajj year?

WASHINGTON, October 9, 2014 — Hajj is a significant period where representatives from all Muslim and non-Muslim countries gather in Saudi Arabia. In a best case scenario, the gathering is used to share news, regroup, and plan for the upcoming year for the Muslim nations. Hajj 2014 is even more important because of the current […]

In the ‘Coalition Against Terrorism,’ the US is alone

In the ‘Coalition Against Terrorism,’ the US is alone

WASHINGTON, September 24, 2014 – As serious as the  “Coalition against ISIS” sounds, the United States is very much alone in this fight. As many as 40 counties, including ten Arab nations, have agreed to help put an end to ISIS, but the support of those nations rings hollow based on past actions by these “coalition” […]

Shiite, Sunni, Wahhabi and the Israel-Gaza conflict

Shiite, Sunni, Wahhabi and the Israel-Gaza conflict

WASHINGTON, July 30, 2014 – Israelis and Palestinians have been fighting in Gaza since the Israeli occupation began in 1967, and Gaza has been under military siege since 2006. However, lack of interest in the conflict by neighboring Wahhabi governments has left Palestinians without active diplomatic and political support, resulting in the deaths of thousands Gazan’s […]

Discrimination against Shia led to genocide of Christian and Yazidi

Discrimination against Shia led to genocide of Christian and Yazidi

WASHINGTON, August 13, 2014 — Human rights NGOs, pro-humanity entities, and pro-democracy governments all discriminate, which is why not much has been accomplished in the world to protect human dignity and security. Every human rights activist claims to care for all and advocate for humanity, but in reality they work to satisfy their own interest groups; the […]

Would Iraq’s Sunnis want to be treated like Saudi Arabia’s Shia?

Would Iraq’s Sunnis want to be treated like Saudi Arabia’s Shia?

WASHINGTON, June 8, 2014 — As tension and unrest rise in Iraq, the Maliki government has been blamed for running a Shia regime that has “marginalized Iraq’s Sunnis.” Based on this premise, some have concluded that the marginalization is the reason Iraq’s Sunnis are supporting ISIS and welcoming them in their neighborhoods. Although the Maliki […]