“Is Extremism Justified in Defense of Liberty?” Ummah Wide — #RememberMalcolm Series.
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A cloak and dagger power grab, orchestrated by the usual suspects.
Ali Mazrui, a prolific scholar and author set off a storm of controversy in 1986 by writing and hosting “The Africans: A Triple Heritage.”
The fall of Mosul to the radical, extremist Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is a set of historical indictments.
During the 1990’s we dropped bombs on the scale of World War II on Iraq.
Mission accomplished. At least for now.
Media depictions of Muslims kill two birds with one stone, justifying oppression at home and imperial devastation abroad.
Hope for change? There are signs, but dangers of war still abound in Obama’s second term.
A new PBS documentary reveals how films and other media have shaped an anti-Muslim narrative.
Iran is lurking along the southern fringes of the US, necessitating Obama to “address the growing hostile presence”
It’s no surprise Arab uprisings are finding it difficult to proceed beyond the conditions of colonially-fabricated states. The uprisings must seek solutions beyond the crippling designs in order to break from subordination and become a true revolution.
Pepe Escobar tears apart US Empirical hegemony worldwide, specifically its immorality, hypocrisy and deadly consequences in Afghanistan
Between 1800 and 1950 sixty thousand books were written about “Islam and the Orient.”