Two men wrongfully convicted of assassinating Malcolm X to be freed

Two men who were convicted of the assassination of the African American Muslim civil rights leader, Malcolm X, are to be exonerated, according to...

Innocent Pakistani taxi driver cleared for release from Guantanamo Bay after 17 years

Ahmad Rabbani, a taxi driver from Karachi, has been cleared for released from the infamous U.S. prison Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, after spending 17 years...

Colin Powell – who sold the Iraq war to the world – dies at...

Colin Powell, who made the false American case for the deadly war on Iraq to the United Nations in 2003, has died from COVID-19...

U.S. teacher accused of yanking hijab off seven year old student

America's largest Muslim organisation is demanding that a teacher in New Jersey be sacked after she allegedly yanked a hijab off a Muslim student in...

Human Rights Watch: Facebook and Instagram are silencing Palestinians

Human Rights Watch has said that Facebook and Instagram wrongfully suppressed pro-Palestinian posts - including content related to human rights abuses - during military...

International Criminal Court drops probe into U.S. war crimes in Afghanistan

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has said it will not investigate alleged U.S. war crimes in Afghanistan, but will pursue alleged crimes committed by...

Survey: 76% of U.S. Muslim women have experienced Islamophobia

More than two-thirds of U.S. Muslims report having experienced Islamophobia in their lifetimes, with women being significantly more likely than men to say so,...

U.S. approves $1bn in aid to Israel to bolster its missile defence system

The U.S. House of Representatives has approved $1 billion in funding for Israel to bolster its “Iron Dome” missile defence system.  The bill was passed...

Muslim groups call for boycott of Hilton hotels over China mosque demolition

America’s largest Muslim civil rights organisation, as well as over 40 other U.S. and international groups, have called for a global boycott of Hilton...

In the long term Al Qaida won. Here’s why…

Future historians will date the decline of the U.S. empire from September 11, 2001, argues veteran journalist Abdel Bari Atwan. When considering the 9/11 attacks and...
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