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Altaf reiterates his opposition to feudalism

July 26, 2014 The founder and leader of Muttahida Quami Movement Altaf Hussain has said that the Palestinian misery came due to the silence of Muslim countries, Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) and United Nations and suggested Pakistan ... Business Recorder, 13 hours ago

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The left's dark money

Philip Gara LaMarche is a secretive political operative who funnels billions of dollars from undisclosed donors to nonprofits and astroturf groups. But you won't hear unhinged Harry Reid railing Queegishly about him on the Senate floor. Why? ...
 New York Post2 days ago The Left's Dark Money Managers: Meet Philip Gara LaMarche  Creators.com3 days ago
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Politics of the left: a diminishing alternative

Today, when we take a cursory glance at Pakistan's political firmament, we only see political forces of the right, extreme right and militant right holding sway in Pakistan. There seems to be no alternative of a genuine political party of the left ...
 Daily Times2 days ago

The birth pains that are under way in Arab world

Caught off guard by the unravelling of the Iraqi state — spurred by the rapid advance of militants from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) — Americans and Europeans have reverted to their penchant for self-flagellation. And, indeed, a ...
 Times of Oman2 days ago

Islam: a real threat or just the latest US scapegoat?

United States: Historians have a term we call the scapegoating concept of history. This is the idea that people tend to look for others to blame — scapegoats — for their condition. They then attack that group even if it had little or nothing ...
 UCAN India3 days ago
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Islamic fundamentalism, the permanent threat

Mordechai Abir, who passed away two weeks ago, was a professor of Middle Eastern and Islamic studies at the Hebrew University. He was also a fellow of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, and the author of numerous books, including Saudi ...
 Jerusalem Post6 days ago

Constitutional movement, not war: Khaleda

Bangladesh Nationalist Paarty chairperson Khaleda Zia on Thursday said her party would wage a constitutional movement, not war after the Eid to establish the people's rights. Addressing an iftar party at the National Press Club, she urged all ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 week ago
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The Crisis in Iraq And The Iraqi Labour Movement

Home >> Middle East >> Iraq Print Dr. Gary K. Busch - 7/17/2014 Beyond the sectarian fights in Iraq and the bloody attacks by ISIS (or now IS) on the Shiite tribes and clans there is another battle being waged in Iraq; a battle to finally put ...
 Global Politician1 week ago Why ISIS grew strong: 'Blame Iraqi PM Maliki'  Rediff.com1 week ago What Went Wrong In Iraq?  AlterNet.org1 week ago
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Illegal infiltration: Mamata and her double standards

Given her penchant for obfuscating issues Mamata Banerjee is encouraging the false perception, parroted by her political hangers-on, that all refugees from Bangladesh would face the brunt of deportation once the BJP came to power. Didi's theatrics and those of all her extras, in the last few days, have been based on propagating this falsehood, says Dr Anirban Ganguly. For Mamata Banerjee the expression and the lexicon of violence and confrontation is what come most easily and naturally. From ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Mamata Model: Paranoia and vote-bank politics

There is indeed a Bengal Model but it is one which negates generational aspiration, generates animus, thrives on bloodletting and political vendetta, reiterates outdated ideas of vote bank politics, is shorn of any vision or roadmap for reconstruction and is fast depleting the levels of a legitimate tolerance, says Dr Anirban Ganguly. A veteran leader of the Trinamool Congress once confessed to me in a rare moment of candour --perhaps induced by the salubrious mountain air while driving up a ...
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