The number of problems faced by Muslims has increased since the Trump government came into power.
The only justification for the current international presence in Afghanistan, and even for the increase in troops, is the rule of the tableware shop: The customer who breaks a plate pays for it.
In the past, the United States has used accusation of such activity as conducting terrorist activities or the possession of weapons of mass destruction as an excuse to launch military campaigns against certain Muslim countries in an effort to interfere in their affairs and usurp their resources. Now, once again, the [Read more]
American drone attacks are against Pakistan’s national pride and a violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty and autonomy.
President Donald Trump has given the CIA new secret powers for carrying out drone attacks. According to The Wall Street Journal, the agency will now be able to carry out drone attacks on suspected terrorists anywhere in the world. During the Obama presidency, only the Pentagon had the authority for such attacks.
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.