September 11th will be the 15th anniversary of the “War on Terror” (WOT) unleashed by President George Bush following an attack on American targets in 2001. The Media Review Network is appalled that this endless WOT has resulted in the massacre of over 4 million Muslim civilians in Iraq, Afghanistan[…]
It’s now 15 years since the terrorist attacks in the US, simply dubbed “9-11” shocked the world, and ushered in a global “War on Terror”. Since the Bush administration, we have been fed a Western media narrative on why this war is important. But what is the War on Terror[…]
Fighting extremism with disproportionate policies violates human rights, thus undermining the values that have been holding together global security, UN rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said Thursday in Geneva. “Terrorist attacks cannot destroy the values on which our societies are grounded – but laws and policies can,” the UN[…]
OPINION by Marwan Bishara- US President Barack Obama checked most of the boxes as he spoke about the ways and means to tackle violent extremism during a special conference on the topic in Washington, DC. He stressed once again that the United States is not at war with Islam. And[…]
Opinion by Iqbal Jassat During the era of Nelson Mandela’s first cabinet in post-apartheid South Africa, a controversial report on so-called Muslim terrorism marked “top secret” emerged. While the government at the time denied any knowledge of its existence and sought to distance itself from it, the malicious intent of[…]
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