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Diplomacy for humanity

In ancient time, the influence of diplomacy was confined as the means to sustain its longevity and durability to the larger audience was, technically speaking, limited. What is happening at global level with policies concerning Iran and Israel has a direct relevance to the art of diplomacy of ‘words’ as well as diplomacy of ‘actions’.

A six-month research project by the prominent think tank, Center for American Progress has resulted in a 130-page report appropriately named Fear Inc. It sheds lights on how a small group of bigots linked to conservative and Zionist causes each play a role in the seemingly lucrative industry of Muslim hatred and bashing Islam.

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For the first time in my life I’ve wished reality could represent reality TV. Until I went on The Amazing Race, I had always imagined Australia to be a pretty divided place – especially when it came to race relations and, more specifically, Muslims.

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If Turkey opens armed hostilities with its neighbour Syria, the conflict will not remain a local one for long. The West wants to put the region under Turkish control like in the Ottoman days. Turkey is a NATO member and embodies a safe kind of Islam for the West, so they have done a deal to give everything to Ankara.

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A new Defence report has slammed the quality of terrorism studies in Australia and overseas, saying it is dominated by self-proclaimed experts who are inexperienced, do little primary research work in the field and have rarely met with genuine extremists.

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To every sister who has been outraged by misogyny, this article is for you. Sisters, be empowered by the example of our Mother Khadijah. She was a very discerning woman who knew her worth. We’ve all heard it before. Nobody will marry you because you’re old.

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Academia is a good analogy to keep in mind for discussing religious authority in Islam because it is sometimes scholars who operate solely in academic institutions that have just as much (if not more) authority than those scholars who are appointed to religious authority positions within the state.

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Ayman al-Zawahiri as its new chief following the killing of Osama bin Laden. Al-Qaeda under the new leadership of al-Zawahiri will pursue its fight against the US and Israel, the group said in the statement.

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Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said “Iran regards utilizing nuclear weapons as forbidden in Islam and it is incumbent on everyone to safeguard humanity from such weapons.”

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Journalists, analysts, and policymakers have struggled to separate truth from fiction as the political situation in Syria steadily deteriorates. The lack of accurate, credible information has mired the Syrian situation beneath a fog of war that has complicated the world’s understanding of the regime, its opposition, and the realities behind the uprising’s latest developments.

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