Interview

Legal Dimensions of Myanmar Muslim’s Genocide

Legal Dimensions of Myanmar Muslim's Genocide

Dr. Hossein Mir Mohammad Sadeghi, chairman of UNESCO Human Rights, Peace and Democracy Group at Shahid Beheshti University in interview about Legal Dimensions of Myanmar Muslim’s Genocide and The establish of the United Nations said: What we are witnessing today in Myanmar, it’s not a unique crime that does not have a sample in history. During World War I and …

Read More »

Truth NGO’s interview with Ms Mais Krydee, one of the opposition in Syria

mais krydee

We are honored to meet with Ms Mais Krydee that has been serving in several posts as follows: • Deputy Secretary General of the Democratic National Committee in Syria • Representative of Hmeimeem Syrian internal opposition group • Member of the Arab Organization for Human Rights • Human rights activist in the field of combating violence against women and children …

Read More »

Diplomacy Rift between Persian gulf states and Israel Exploitation

Diplomacy Rift between Persian gulf states and Israel Exploitation

Truthngo interview with Mohammad Isa Al-Khaqani Lecturer at Freelancer, Chief Editor at Al Ahad Newspaper and Professor at UOB | University of Bahrain  Q: In recent weeks, Muhammad Bin Salman was appointed as the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. Given Bin Salman’s aggressive and radical approach to Saudi Arabia’s foreign policy, could we possibly establish a link between Donald Trump’s …

Read More »

US is world’s largest source of terrorism, not Iran

US is world’s largest source of terrorism not Iran

The United States is the world’s largest source of terrorism, not the Islamic Republic of Iran, according to Robert Fantina, an American writer and political analyst who is based in Ontario, Canada. Fantina, the author of Empire, Racism and Genocide: A History of US Foreign Policy, made the remarks in an interview with Press TV on Saturday when asked why …

Read More »

Mosul civilians between ‘a rock and a hard place’ – ISIS & US-led coalition strikes

Mosul civilians between 'a rock and a hard place' - ISIS & US-led coalition strikes

. Civilians in Mosul are in densely populated areas, and it makes any airstrikes, even artillery fire, very problematic. If they try to escape, they are killed by ISIS. So, it is a no-win situation for the civilians, says former Pentagon official Michael Maloof. About 100,000 Iraqis have fled the city of Mosul over the past three weeks as the …

Read More »

UK ‘complicit’ in Saudi Arabia’s war crimes in Yemen

UK ‘complicit’ in Saudi Arabia’s war crimes in Yemen

The UK government is “complicit” in Saudi Arabia’s war crimes in Yemen as London is working closely with the US and Israel to support Riyadh, which has been the main supporter of extremism and the Daesh (ISIL) terror group in the Middle East, says an academic in London. Saudi Arabia’s war against Yemen has resulted in the death of about …

Read More »

Donald Trump Has Fanned the Flames of Racism and Racial Violence: Rev. Graylan Hagler

Donald Trump Has Fanned the Flames of Racism and Racial Violence: Rev. Graylan Hagler

By Kourosh Ziabari The spike of violent extremism and ensuing complications in relations between the Muslim world and the United States have created serious social, ideological divisions globally, widening the gaps in an already polarized world. At the same time, the politicians whose demagoguery underpins their public appeal have found these splits useful for building up support and consolidating power. …

Read More »

While Muslims Are Perceived as a Threat, It’s Easy to Target Them in Times of Crisis: Yasser Louati

While Muslims Are Perceived as a Threat, It's Easy to Target Them in Times of Crisis: Yasser Louati

By Kourosh Ziabari As is the case with the aftermath of the majority of terrorist attacks unfolding across the globe, Muslims have been fiercely targeted following the November 2015 Paris attacks and suicide bombings in Brussels earlier in March. The involvement of the self-proclaimed Islamic State in the bloody attacks encouraged the conservative, right-wing politicians to intensify measures restricting the …

Read More »

A Sizeable Number of Jewish People and Organizations Have Come out in Support of BDS: Prof. David Palumbo-Liu

A Sizeable Number of Jewish People and Organizations Have Come out in Support of BDS: Prof. David Palumbo-Liu

By Kourosh Ziabari The international Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, which emerged as a response to Israel’s contentious human rights record and its continued military occupation of the Palestinian territories, is seen to be gaining incredible momentum worldwide, while it has got its own detractors viewing the entire initiative cynically. The advocates of the BDS movement assert that it …

Read More »

Pin It on Pinterest