News and Analysis (5/17/20)

“The Nakba doesn’t represent a historical event but a continuing process that began in the 1880s …” depicting the theft of Palestinian land as an ongoing but reversible process:

“If the United States, just like pirates, intends to create insecurity on international waterways, it would be taking a dangerous risk, and that will certainly not go without repercussion” –Iran’s Nour news agency:

Cyber-enterprises are being destroyed by India’s repression …

… but heroic women fight politics, pollution, and the coronavirus to ensure an “uninterrupted vegetable supply in Srinagar”:

“Encouraged by a government eager to privatize state-owned firms, average people now have access to the market and can trade shares, earning returns they’d never see in a savings account or a certificate of deposit”:

Palestinian authority welcomes the Arab and EU position against West Bank annexation; urges for action to stop Netanyahu/Trump plan:

Knowing the risk of escalation, will the GCC attempt to prevent a US-Iran war:

Muslim community of Pengkalan, Malaysia, carry out charitable activities while observing social distancing:

“Hate rhetoric in politics, media, and online forums have targeted Muslims and, many believe has put them squarely at risk.”:






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