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“I paid heavily, in blood, sweat and tears for a democratic and new Iraq. I went to Saddam’s torture chambers three times. So I defend the new order,” says Dr Mowaffak al-Rubaie talking about Iraq’s new government. When you have an existential threat and ISIS is storming and wanting to occupy…

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Time to boycott Israel? Author and activist Norman Finkelstein discusses whether the two-state solution can solve the Israel-Palestine conflict. “Prospects have never been better for settling the Israel-Palestine conflict,” argues Norman Finkelstein, the controversial scholar and author of The Holocaust Industry and Method and Madness. But after more violence, yet another…

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World War One Through Arab Eyes

World War One Through Arab Eyes One hundred years after the Ottomans joined the war, this three-part series tells the story from an Arab perspective. Last updated: 03 Dec 2014 08:42 World War One was four years of bitter conflict from 1914 to 1918. Called ‘The Great War’ and the…

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Daawo: cusiriyad aan horay loo arag, The apartheid you’ve never heard of

 Rohingya Muslims Rohingya refugees stranded after violence UN says 100,000 Rohingya still living in camps in Myanmar after villages were destroyed in July.   Bangladesh PM speaks out on Rohingya issue Sheikh Hasina spoke to Al Jazeera on July 27 about her country’s stance on Myanmar’s Rohingya Rohingya and Buddhists…

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SIS fighters spawned from US Iraq invasion Richard Engel, NBC News chief foreign correspondent, traces the roots of ISIS to the insurgents who fought against the U.S. in Iraq, and talks with Lieutenant General Michael Barbero about how readily the Iraqi Army fell apart in the face of ISIS. ISIS…

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