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Tag Archives: Israel
Legendary White House press corps senior correspondent Helen Thomas has passed before yesterday at age 92. Believe it or not but she had been after nine presidents of the United States since J.F. Kennedy in the 1960s. Because of some … Continue reading
Two years ago, I had written a brief essay on Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) mystic Night Journey to Jerusalem and then further into Heaven which is commemorated by many Muslims today, 27 Rajab, al-’Isrā’ wal-Mi‘rāj. According to the Holy Qur’an (Q17:1) … Continue reading
While, after Jeffrey Goldberg’s lengthy article last week, a heated debate at The Atlantic currently discusses pros and cons of bombing Iran and its nuclear facilities, and former Ambassador to the UN John Bolton warns that Israel and the US are going to … Continue reading
Two nuclear bombings and an incredible number of nuclear tests between 1945 and 1998 with the emerging of new nuclear powers. The test on 9 October 2006 by North Korea has obviously not been taken seriously, neither has been that … Continue reading