News and Analysis (7/4/18)

“Muslims arrived initially as explorers and as slaves, and later as farmers, factory workers, and small-business owners. The first freestanding mosques were constructed in the middle of the country, in North Dakota initially and then in Iowa”:

The hypocrisy of accusing the Iranian military of terrorism is underscored by the thirtieth anniversary of the U.S. shooting down a civilian airline flight as well as U.S. indifference to ongoing IDF terrorism:

A poll shows 30% of Palestinians favor the the imprisoned Fatah leader who “enjoys strong grassroots support and has good relations with all factions” followed closely by Hamas’s Ismael Haniyeh with 23%:

As Iran’s fiat currency continues to tank, the government goes after not only cryptocurrencies, but even the monetary commodity approved by the Prophet Muhammad (saws), gold:

Politicians manipulate Muslims as tools to be in power in India–but will not award them with any prestigious political positions:

A provision in South Africa’s Wills Act deprived a woman of her share of her husband’s estate. The Director of the Women’s Legal Centre “says more needs to be done to change legislation and recognise Muslim marriages”:

As foreign ministers meet in Vienna “without the U.S. in order ‘to ensure the continued implementation’ of the Iran nuclear deal and countries such as China, India, South Korea, Turkey, will not be able to replace Iran for oil supply by November, there will be no immediate sanctions:

“Trump’s … pressures on European firms at a time when Nigeria and Libya are in crisis, when Venezuela’s oil exports have fallen due to U.S. sanctions, when Saudi’s domestic consumption has increased … will increases the prices of oil in the global markets”

To punish the Palestinian National Authority for paying the families of jailed members, Israel passes a law to freeze money transfers:

Leave a Reply