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Jul04

China is destroying good will in the Muslim world

By: Dr Daud Batchelor Source: Australasian Muslim Times, AMUST China for many years but especially since 2017 has severely punished Muslims for normal Islamic practices such as praying, fasting, growing a beard, wearing hijab, Islamic marriages and funerals, especially in Xinjiang (East Turkestan) that is now an oppressive police state need for speed no limits kostenlosen. Xi Jinping, President of China, is backing harsh policies to de-Islamise Muslims, turning them into parrots praising the Communist Party. A million Uighur citizens are believed held in newly-opened covert “brainwashing camps.” http://www.amust.com.au/2018/05/thank-the-party-inside-chinas-muslim-brainwashing-camps/...

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Jun27

The rise of Mohammad bin Salman

By: Sputnik News Source: Sputnik News Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, the 32-year old politician, defense minister and reformer, is seemingly determined to usher in a new era in the history of the Saudi kingdom, kicking off ambitious social and economic reforms and making efforts to solidify the monarchy’s positions on the global stage. A year has passed since Mohammad bin Salman al-Saud became a crown prince and the heir to the Saudi throne microsoft access 2010 kostenlos vollversion. Mohammed bin Salman hit the headlines as a bold reformer after he announced Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 envisaging the diversification of the country’s economy in April 2016. According...

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Jun23

Pakistan, India ex-spies offer insight on bitter rivalry

By: Daud Khattak & Frud Bezhan Source: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Pakistan and India have fought four bloody wars since their creation in 1947, and continue to engage in daily clashes in the divided Himalayan region of Kashmir. So for the former intelligence chiefs of the two nuclear-armed foes to co-author a book that sheds light on their efforts to outmaneuver each other would appear almost unthinkable. Yet that is exactly what retired General Asad Durrani, head of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) between 1990 and 1992, and his counterpart A.S herunterladen. Dulat, who led India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) from 1999 to 2000, did. Their book, Spy...

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