Whenever a big, media-hyped attack or atrocity happens, the mainstream media always says the same thing: “The bad guys did it.” And who are these “bad guys”? The enemy-du-jour of the powers-that-be. . . . → Read More: Mainstream media bias: Syria, exhibit A
By Zoon Ahmed Khan
Kerry, UN’s self proclaimed spokesman, paves way for military intervention in Syria. It must be noted that the United Nation’s mission (specifically sent for this purpose) has not yet given an official statement on the matter, but the US seems to have revealed ground breaking evidence that proves the Assad regime . . . → Read More: By the code of morality
By Fareed Zakaria
As we learn more about the brothers Tsarnaev, we are inclined to ask larger questions about their apparent descent into terror. What does it tell us about radical Islam, Russian immigrants, Muslim communities and the breakdown of assimilation? The most accurate answer might turn out to be: not much. Larger phenomena might be at . . . → Read More: Making Muslims feel at home in America
Last time I checked, terrorism had no nationality or religion. It was defined as the senseless slaughter of innocents by perpetrators of violence.
No matter what causes these terrorists claim to endorse, the damage they inflicted was not supposed to represent the teachings of the religion they identified with or the country they hailed from.
. . . → Read More: Does Muslim=Terrorist?
Pervez Musharraf stirred new controversies and conversations by announcing his return to Pakistan last week.
However, the main question remains whether the Pakistani people should give the former dictator-president another chance to run the country or not.
. . . → Read More: Musharraf should stay out