At least Muslims are Immune to Mental Illness in West In most legal cases involving violence, proving that a defendant is “not guilty by reason of insanity” is what lawyers aim for. If proven, in some jurisdictions, the defendant is committed to a psychiatric facility instead of prison.
On May 17th, the US Senate approved legislation that would allow victims of the 9/11 terror attacks to sue Saudi Arabia, defying vocal opposition from the White House. With all the “unofficial evidence” that suggests Saudi’s involvements in all terror activities, the US government has to come up with more “politically right” initiatives to protect […]
On the very first day of the 2016 Saudi Arabia executes 47 people, including the key Shia cleric Sheikh Nimir al-Nimir. While we in the west were exchanging New Year gifts and cheers, tens of innocent Shia advocates were executed. Although the Saudi king is not known to be smart, he took “smart” advantage […]
November 13th is world’s Kindness Day. As much as world days provide opportunities to express forgotten human qualities such as love, kindness, forgiveness, ect they make me think what happened to the humanity that we need reminders to practice our qualities???
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 […]
WASHINGTON, June 13, 2014 — The United States is the world’s top donor of military and economic assistance, giving more than $50 billion annually to foreign countries. Developing countries, countries of strategic importance to the United States, and countries recovering from war are among the top recipients of US foreign aid. Since the world is […]
WASHINGTON, May 20, 2014 — SIPRI, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, published a troubling report on the increased spending on arms by countries responsible for human rights violations. According to the report, China, Russia and Saudi Arabia are among 23 countries that have more than doubled their military expenditure since 2004. While developing countries are spending […]