Day: August 21, 2013

What Manning Revealed

The debate in the media, and in political, circles over Edward Snowden–Right or Wrong–often doubles back on references to Bradley Manning, who was sentenced to 35 years in prison this morning. Too often (that is, most of the time), the value and import of the Manning/WikiLeaks disclosures are ignored or […]

Quebec moves to ban religious symbols for public workers

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Pity The Nation …

By Rana Abdul Razzaq Khan Pity the nation that is full of beliefs and empty of religion. Pity the nation that wears a cloth it does not weave, eats a bread it does not harvest, and drinks a wine that flows not from its own wine-press. Pity the nation that […]

Video: Ostracised Nobel Laureate, Persecuted Ahmadiyya Muslim, Dr. Abdus Salam From pakistan

Published on Aug 15, 2013: An Interview video of this great Scientist on his services for Pakistan and its Scienitific development. Saudi Petro-dollar funded, brainwashed, intolerant Wahhabi Islamists in pakistan carried out desecration of Dr. Abdus Salam’s grave watch:  Dr. Abdus Salam… Why Abdus Salam, Pakistan’s great physicist, has […]

Bangladesh v. Radical Islam

Source: Undivided US Blog In the ongoing debate over Islam and democracy, Bangladesh, the eighth largest country in the world, with 164 million people—90 percent of them Muslim—is, oddly enough, seldom discussed. Yet Bangladesh has been a democratic, parliamentary republic since 1991. The country will hold new general elections no […]