News and Analysis (6/15/18)

The U.N. overwhelmingly (120-8) rejects the U.S. attempt to blame Hamas for Israeli violence against civilian demonstrators:

PACT officials “told her that they felt bad about doing so, but felt that their funding would be in jeopardy if they proceeded to honor her. [F]or Muslim activists in the U.S., such events are as common as they are ugly”:

“No infrastructure, no running water, no electricity and no educational framework for your children …[, under fire] by training military forces, and … the state destroys the few buildings and basic infrastructure you managed to build. Would you stay?”

President Trump perceives Islam as a foreign and unAmerican religion as he commented during the Iftar in the month of Ramadan on June 6, 2018:

“While Mohamed Salah has remained largely apolitical in his tenure at Liverpool, his visible displays of faith compel fans to reconsider their malevolence for Islam. He represents in flesh the complex, multilayered identity possessed by Muslims”:

Iraq may need two to six months to form a complete administration after recounting the election result. Muqtada al-Sadr seeks good relations with all regional countries, but he does not welcome their influence on decision-making:

Dream never ends–many Palestinians, the displaced and the refugees, still preserve their keys of their homes in the hope to go back. Some of them were even born and raised out of their homes in exile after 1948-49:

The U.S. withdrawal of the nuclear deal with Iran continues to create hardship for both the countries:

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