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Running Along with Normalization

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Clearly, Pakistan’s regime has keenly committed to wide-ranging normalization with India. It announced that it will take two steps, if India takes just one. It invited the Indian foreign minister to the Kartarpur Corridor inauguration, which was rebutted by the Hindu State. It has unilaterally declared that war is not an option, whilst India has made no such assurances.
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Trump, Khan and the Taliban

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In the past few weeks, numerous exchanges have taken place between American President Donald Trump and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan over the issues of the Taliban and more specifically the war in Afghanistan. Whilst shots have been fired between the leaders on social media platforms like Twitter, numerous lives have been lost on the ground because of various attacks. Various groups have claimed responsibility for what they see as…
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Facebook Live Address “Yemen Cries Out! Who Will Respond?”

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Dear brothers and sisters, as you know, there is currently a man-made humanitarian catastrophe affecting the Muslims of Yemen due to this 3-year senseless war between the Saudi-led coalition of Muslim states and pro-government forces on one-side and the Iranian backed Houthi rebels on the other.
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Yemen War: A Balance of Interests

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On 21st November 2018, Al Jazeera released a report stating that since the Yemen War started, 85,000 children may have died from starvation. This is but one of the reports which gives an insight into the horrific conditions in Yemen. A crisis which is considered to be the largest humanitarian crisis today.
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US Mid-Terms: Trump to Continue Making America Great

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The half-way point of President Donald Trump’s term in office saw him lose the House of Representatives but hold onto Congress. His campaign like much of his campaign for the president was based anti-immigration, anti-migrant and anti-foreigner ticket and how only he could lead the US into the future.
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Lessons from Muhammad Bin Qasim Al-Thaqafi, the Opener

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In 711, Muslim traders sailed across the Indian Ocean from Ceylon near the coast of Sindh, but their ship was looted and they were taken prisoners. The news reached the capital of the Khilafah, when the Khalifah was Alwaleed bin Abd al-Malik. He sent a letter to Hajjaj bin Yusuf, the governor of Iraq, requesting him to ask the rulers of Sindh to apologise for this act and mobilize to…
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