Filed under Terrorism

21/4 carnage: Must probe into ‘why they did, what they did’

Daily Mirror A prayer service was held on April 21, 2020 in remembrance of those who parted during the Easter Sunday attack -Pic by kithsiri de mel   Cinnamon Grand Hotel suicide bomber confessed his revenge against Christchurch killing, sufferings of Syrians and Rohingiyan Islamic community Reasons to assume American handlers of ISIS were behind … Continue reading

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The Dark Side of Transport Apps

By Kamanthi Wickremasinghe and Muqshidha Wahid (Daily Mirror) The introduction of transport Apps have made life easier for all of us. Apart from being convenient and budget-friendly, privacy and safety are top concerns for any user. Today, there are many of these services available for users including local and foreign Apps. Uber is one of … Continue reading

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Baghdadi’s death: not enough to destroy Islamic State

Guardian Editorial The sociology of violence espoused by Isis will only be defeated by a political project that transcends the religious, nationalist and ethnic schisms in the region  ‘The death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is a blow to Islamic State but not a mortal one.’ Photograph: AP At the end of June 2014 Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was announced … Continue reading

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Mortal fear of intellectuals

Jawed Naqvi  (Dawn, Pakistan) AMARTYA Sen’s interview in The New Yorker and Sudheendra Kulkarni’s debunking of Hindutva’s anti-Nehru chants on Kashmir, published on NDTV’s website last week, should help TV addicts see a more encouraging reality than what the idiot box gives them ad nauseam. The fact that 49 intellectuals, including public-minded academics and filmmakers like … Continue reading

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Kashmir is under attack

Saudi Gazette Tariq A. Al-Maeena THE current Indian government has acted swiftly and against all international norms, beginning with the use of cluster bombs against the civilian population of Kashmir, and has followed it by an invasion of 10,000 more troops to bolster the existing ones there. To protect itself from censure and prevent ground … Continue reading

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