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Lessons from the Tragedies of the Bosnian War

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This July marks the 25th year since the genocide of Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica was criminally carried out by the Bosnian Serb Army, led by the ‘Butcher of Bosnia’, war criminal Ratko Mladic. It was 25 years ago this July that the world stood by and watched Bosnian men, women and children being butchered, raped, tortured and expelled from their homes, villages and cities in Eastern Bosnia in what was…
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End Capitalism, End Modern Day Slavery

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Modern-day slavery is not new, it has been happening in UK cities for years, and around the world. In fact, it is estimated that there are at least 40.3 million people worldwide are currently in enslaved, which is more than those exploited by the transatlantic slave trade. (Independent, 7/7/2020)
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Lessons from the History of Balkans: Islam grants Peace and Security - Nationalism brings Genocide and Destruction

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Despite its rather small size, throughout its history the region of the Balkans was the arena of conflicts, brutal wars, and mass migration. Probably there was no other region in the world like this region that became the historical watershed, the rising and perishing point for so many and so various nations, tribes, races, and empires.
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True Leaders Don’t Blame People

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ISLAMABAD: While cases of the novel coronavirus have been increasing and smart lockdowns are being enforced to control the deadly virus, more than 9,532 violations of health guidelines/instructions were observed across the country over the past 24 hours. (Source: Dawn)
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Separatism in Papua is Free-Rider of the #BlackLivesMatter Movement

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Cindy Makabory, a West Papuan woman living in exile in Australia, took part in a series of 'Black Lives Matter' protests in Melbourne, Australia, on Saturday, June 6th. In her speech, Cindy talked about the incidents that happened in Papuan student dormitories in Surabaya and Yogyakarta, where Papuan students were referred to as ‘monkeys’.
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The Marriage Between Capitalism and Racism

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The protests against the brutal murder of the black African American, George Floyd, at the hands of a white police officer and systemic racism in various Western states continues in cities across the world. In the UK, alongside the demonstrations
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