News and Analysis (6/29/20)

“Mayor Sam Liccardo said he expected any officer who made ‘racist, anti-Muslim or menacing comments’ to be fired”:

“A number of Lebanese media outlets … [defied] a judge’s ruling that banned local and foreign media from featuring her statements after she criticised Iran-backed Hezbollah in an interview last week”:

Interpol is refusing to prosecute the assassination on the grounds that “its guidelines for notices forbids it from ‘any intervention or activities of a political’ nature”:

“First, we have to fight when our loved ones are abducted and now we must flight for the simple right of internet access” — Mahrang Baloch, Baloch Students Action Committee:

“The state regularly subjects minority women to pregnancy checks, and forces intrauterine devices, sterilization and even abortion on hundreds of thousands, the interviews and data show”:

Caught between India’s oppression, internal disputes within the peaceful resistance, and natural disasters, Jammu and Kashmir see a renewed militancy:

A generational shift recognizes the similarity of police treatment of minorities in America to colonization tactics coincides with rising international opposition to Israel’s annexation plans:

Muslim youths compassionate rescue of an injured bull goes viral:

US sanctions against Iran hasten Tehran’s plan towards self-sufficiency:






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