Monthly Archives: July 2015

Afghanistan: Mullah Omar states, “I will strongly defend my sharia-based stance on every front”

“I will strongly defend my sharia-based stance on every front” Esteemed Amir ul-Momineen Message of felicitation of the esteemed Amir ul Momineen on the occasion of Eid ul Fitr of the current year was warmly welcomed by the Afghan people … Continue reading

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Drones: Registration and chips proposed to monitor personal drones whilst govts get away with murder

Drone victim’s family, Yemen…its legally acceptable for US to kill civilians by armed drone (image NODV, Yemen) As the years go by the US and UK hypocrisy on armed drones grows ever more incredible. Despite the growing case of attacks … Continue reading

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Battlefield Casualties, Action Man: Wet pants and weeping soldiers, the reality of joining up

The bloody and painful reality of war depicted in Darren Cullen’s “Battlefield Casualties: Action Man” If you have ever seen a video of the Taliban targeting NATO forces in Afghanistan it is not a pretty sight. It usually involves an … Continue reading

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Moazzam Begg’s uplifting words on the release of Babar Ahmad during Eid ul-Fitr

Babar Ahmad leaving prison behind… (Image via MVD) Babar Ahmad is freed during the days of Eid ul-Fitr. الله اكبر و لله الحمد News of the release of Babar Ahmad after almost a dozen years in prison reminds me of … Continue reading

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Balochistan, what is going on in Awaran? Campaigners claim no access for media during military operations

A poster from the Awaran Operation Twitter campaign (Image, Arawan Operation) Its difficult to know what is going on in Awaran, a district in the south of Balochistan, Pakistan. National and international media appear to have very little access to … Continue reading

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Babar Ahmad free: Statement from the family and first words from Babar on release

Babar Ahmad (41) of Tooting, south London who was sentenced in a US court to 12-and-a-half years in prison for providing material support to the Taliban via the internet has now been released back home to the UK. Ahmad was accused … Continue reading

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Chattanooga: The man behind the shootings, divided loyalties, and a case of mistaken identity

Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez (Image Hamilton County Sheriffs Office via AP) It is unclear at this present time exactly what motivated Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez (24) a naturalized U.S. citizen, born in Kuwait to turn on two US military establishments in Chattanooga, Tennessee shooting … Continue reading

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Islamic State Karachi release audio interview discussing “Safoora carnage” Sabeen Mahmud and issue chilling warnings

Safoora bus attack, Karachi (Image from IS media release) A group claiming to be Islamic State Karachi (Pakistan) have released an audio interview to journalists and politicians today entitled, “Men blinded by religion or endowed with understanding and vision”.  The … Continue reading

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Islamic Emirate: Taliban on how to achieve sustainable peace in Afghanistan

Peace is a natural demand of every human being, the very secret behind prosperity and development. The well-being of a nation lies in peace. Peace is a need for a society as water is for a fish. Prior to anything … Continue reading

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Reham Khan: No degree in “broadcast journalism” and a change of info on where she studied

Reham Khan confusion over details of study (Image, Facebook) Confusion reigned today over the qualifications and place of study of Reham Khan, wife of politician Imran Khan (Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf) after a UK newspaper the Daily Mail tried to check out her … Continue reading

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