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The Gulf Crisis Reassessed

The “13 Demands” from the coalition of states that have implemented a blockade of Qatar are incompatible with principles of international law. By Richard Falk The dysfunctionality of the Gulf Crisis, pitting a coalition of four countries, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt against tiny Qatar, is emblematic of the …

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Israel boycott ban: Shunning Israeli goods to become criminal offence for public bodies and student unions

Critics say move amounts to a ‘gross attack on democratic freedoms’ By Oliver Wright Local councils, public bodies and even some university student unions are to be banned by law from boycotting “unethical” companies, as part of a controversial crackdown being announced by the Government. Under the plan all publicly …

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‘Richness Muslims add to the religious tapestry of American life’, says U.S. President Donald Trump in his Ramadan Message

IMO News Service Washington, DC: The American Muslim community has been praised by U.S. President Donald Trump in his Ramadan message. A press release issued by White House marking the start of Ramadan said that the U.S. President has applauded the American Muslims and thanked for “the richness Muslims add …

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Top 100 Reasons Not to Bomb Iran

By David Swanson (1.) There are over 80 million men, women, and children in Iran. Bombing them would be mass-murder. (2.) If the U.S. government and its allies bomb Libya and Iran when their governments choose not to have nuclear weapons, you can forget about North Korea and the rest …

Qatar Crisis1

The Gulf Crisis Reassessed

The “13 Demands” from the coalition of states that have implemented a blockade of Qatar are incompatible with principles of international law. By Richard Falk The dysfunctionality of the Gulf Crisis, pitting a coalition of four countries, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt against tiny Qatar, is emblematic of the …