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ADL uses anti-Semitism slur to deflect legitimate criticism

  •  Palestinian law student Gabriel Khoury at a Black Lives Matter protest in Washington, D.C., on June 6, 2020. (Courtesy Gabriel Khoury) There is an ongoing war against truth in America and it is being led by Israel’s most extreme supporters, including the Anti...
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Admirers mourn King, pledge to carry on unfinished work

  • Memphis: Fifty years after a shot rang out in Memphis, killing the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., freedom rang from the balcony of the Lorraine Motel as a bell tolled 39 times to mark a life cut short by racism....
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Afghan asylum seeker jailed for life in Germany for rape, murder

  • FREIBURG: An asylum seeker claiming to be from Afghanistan was sentenced to life in jail in Germany on Thursday for the rape and murder of a student that stoked public fears and a backlash against a mass influx of migrants.Hussein Khavari, of uncertain age and origin, was found guilty of the...
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Afghan debacle spells poll disaster for Democrats

  • The chaotic collapse of Afghanistan and rapid takeover by the Taliban as US forces withdrew from Kabul has shocked an American public clinging to the belief that America “defeated the terrorists.” With the 20th anniversary of the terror attacks that took the lives of 2,996 Americans on Sept. 1...
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Afghan peace talks a ray of hope in troubled region

  • Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the leader of the Taliban delegation, and Zalmay Khalilzad, U.S. envoy for peace in Afghanistan, in Doha, Qatar, Feb., 29, 2020. (Reuters) When it comes to regional peace and stability, there’s not much to be optimistic about in South Asia these days.&...
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Afghan raisin houses get a facelift to boost productivity

  • DHI SAHZ, AFGHANISTAN: Afghan farmer Abdul Jalil Gulzar sits by a pile of raisins in the squat mud brick shed where generations of his family have dried their grape harvest....
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Afghan Taliban look for support of Hazaras whom they once persecuted

  • PESHAWAR, Pakistan: The Afghan Taliban’s recent appointment of a militiaman from the Hazara community as a local chief in northern Sar-i-Pul province appears to indicate a change in its attitude toward the minority group, which it persecuted for decades. On April 22, the Taliban announced Mau...
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Afghan Taliban look for support of Hazaras, a minority they once persecuted

  • PESHAWAR: The Afghan Taliban's recent appointment of a militiaman from the Hazara community as a local chief in northern Sar-i-Pul province appears to be indicating a change in the group's attitude toward the minority which was persecuted for decades under their rule. On April 22, th...
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Afghan turmoil helps Israel suppress media coverage of its abuses

  • The “shock and awe” surrounding the swift Taliban takeover of Afghanistan has created a perfect distraction for Israel as it steps up its violence against Palestinians. During the past week, as mainstream news media was consumed with reports of Kabul’s collapse and takeover by the Taliban, Isr...
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Afghanistan’s first female pilot fears for her country’s future

  • Niloofar Rahmani, Afghanistan’s first female pilot, said that she is extremely concerned about the sudden takeover of her country by the Taliban, who once ruled with brutality, oppressed women and provided a haven for Al-Qaeda terrorism against the US. Rahmani joined Arab News Afghanistan repo...
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