There is a contradiction between President Trump’s desire for a nuclear weapons-free world and his announcement of increasing America’s own nuclear weapons.
Does this mean that when people of any religion, color or race — other than Muslims — commit acts of terrorism, they should be ignored and no action be taken against them?
The Taliban proposal for talks with the U.S. is a welcome gesture.
If the Republican leadership wishes to heed the “Make America Great Again” motto, it needs to reject Trump’s extremist policies against the Muslim world.
The newly chosen U.S. president, Donald Trump, said that he will deport 3 million illegal immigrants immediately upon taking oath or imprison them.
It is amazing that 3 million individuals should be residing illegally in a country such as the U.S., where everything is so well documented. How did the administrations [Read more]
If the lowering of international oil prices has explosive effects on the Saudi economy, the bill under discussion will prove even more disastrous for Saudi Arabia.
If a terrorist organization gets relief at one place while being curbed at another, this will result in the kind of attacks that took place in the two U.S. cities.
It would not be wrong to regard all these anti-Muslim incidents as the effect of Trump's emotional, hate-fostering and irresponsible speeches against Muslims.
At the Democratic National Convention convened by the Democratic Party to nominate Hillary Clinton as its candidate for president, Khizr Khan, the father of U.S. soldier Humayon Khan, who was of Pakistani origin, vented heavy criticism of Donald Trump. He advised Trump to read the U.S. Constitution and urged people to [Read more]