Daily News Analysis

Malcolm X on the mind
by Adamu Adamu

February, 2015
El Haj Malik el-Shabazz better known as Malcolm X was one of the greatest African American leaders of the last century. A self-taught man, his eloquence could scale such peaks that he would mesmerize people with his knowledge and ready wit. He was cut in the prime of his life, weeks short of his 40th birthday but even in those short years, he had made an indelible mark on American and indeed global history.

Main Stories

“Think for yourselves,” says Rahbar to the youth of Europe and North America
by Tahir Mahmoud

February, 2015
Bypassing their political leaders, the Rahbar, Imam Seyyed Ali Khamenei sent a message to the youth of Europe and North America advising them to think for themselves and study Islam from authentic sources. He asked whether they knew anything about Islam beyond what the corporate media had told them.


You’re 36, you’re beautiful, and you’re mine!
by Abu Dharr

February, 2015
The Islamic revolution in Iran turns 36 this month. To survive in a cruel world dominated by greedy barons and vultures is a remarkable achievement.


Islamic revolution at 36
by Zafar Bangash

February, 2015
How the Islamic revolution in Iran has survived for 36 years despite unrelenting aggression from imperialist and Zionist powers is inspirational. It is the commitment of the people of Iran to Islam and the taqwa of its muttaqi leadership.

News & Analysis

The doomed Kingdom of Bani Saud
by Yusuf Dhia-Allah

February, 2015
The death of King Abdullah (he was 90) on January 23 has exposed the deep fissures in the artificial ‘Saudi’ kingdom. People are demanding their basic rights and will settle for nothing less.

Special Reports

Unity at the Heart of Asia
by General Mirza Aslam Beg

February, 2015
As foreign occupation forces prepare to leave Afghanistan, a former Pakistani army chief, General Mirza Aslam Beg thinks Pakistan and Afghanistan can work together to bring peace to the troubled country.

Editor's Desk

Afghan rulers need to be saved from friends

February, 2015
Afghanistan’s US-created artificial government has run into serious problems as various factions demand privileges for supporting the two contending candidates, Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah. The government appears to be dysfunctional.

Letters To The Editor

Lessons Pakistani leader must learn
by Mohamed E. Hawash

February, 2015
Pakistani leaders must not rely on Uncle Sam who is untrustworthy, says letter writer Mohamed E. Hawash.