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The Poisonous Campaign against the British Muslims PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dr Firoz Mahboob Kamal   
Saturday, 14 June 2014 18:59

The Trojan horse hoax

For more than a week, the British government and the whole British media, with a very few exceptions is on a propaganda hype to depict the Muslims with terrorist taint.  It was alleged that the Muslim extremists have taken control of five schools in the second biggest city of Birmingham to groom terrorists. The issue created huge uproar as if the UK’s security is under a great threat. Mr Michael Gove -the British education secretary appointed Mr Peter Clarke - London Metropolitan Police's anti-terrorism chief to investigate the plot. Such an appointment of a high ranking anti-terrorism expert in an academic premise speaks a lot about the government's hidden agenda. It implies that the government has already made a judgement before the enquiry. As if, an event of 7/7 magnitude has happened in those schools.

Last Updated on Saturday, 14 June 2014 19:08
The War against the Islamists PDF Print E-mail
Written by Firoz Mahboob Kamal   
Saturday, 03 May 2014 00:22

Blair’s battle cry

Mr Tony Blair -the former British Prime Minister, has asked the Western leaders to take their firm stand against Islamists. He thinks the Islamists are the real threat against the world order and peace. On 23rd April, 2014 in his speech in London’s Bloomberg office, he told, “At the root of the crisis lies a radicalised and politicised view of Islam, an ideology that distorts and warps Islam’s true message. The threat of this radical Islam is not abating. It is growing. It is spreading across the world. It is de-stabilising communities and even nations.” Mr Blair added, “It is undermining the possibility of peaceful co-existence in an era of globalisation. And in the face of this threat we seem curiously reluctant to acknowledge it and powerless to counter it effectively.”  His hyperbole on Islamic extremism went to the extent that he labelled it “the biggest threat to global security in the 21st century” and warned that “it is holding back development across Africa and the Far East”. On such conceptual premise, he urged a “wilfully blind west” to realise it and must take sides. He also advised to make common cause with Russia and China in the G20 to counter the Islamic extremism that lies at the “root of all failures of western intervention”.

Last Updated on Saturday, 03 May 2014 00:55
The Muslims under the Cultural Occupation and the Imposed War PDF Print E-mail
Written by Firoz Mahboob Kamal   
Monday, 21 April 2014 18:43

The post-colonial occupation

The West's colonial occupation of the Muslim world has ended. But the cultural and ideological occupation still exists. In former colonies, the imperialist armies may not be visible in uniforms, but their soldiers –both the natives and the Westerners, are still present in millions to promote their ideas, culture, commerce and education. They work in both the civil and the military establishments of these countries. So, with the formal departure of the imperialists, their way of thinking, living, eating, drinking, dressing and politics did not die out, rather flourished. In such cultural milieu, the Westerners enjoy a huge asymmetrical advantage in the Muslim lands. As fish freely swim in water, they too, freely roam in these former colonies.

Last Updated on Saturday, 03 May 2014 01:01
Obama’s War against Ideas and the NATO Strategy PDF Print E-mail
Written by Firoz Mahboob Kamal   
Sunday, 06 April 2014 19:22

Violence against ideas

The US President Barak Obama had his recent European tour. In Brussels, he delivered a lecture in Palais Des Beaux-Arts.  He told his elitist audience, "We must meet the challenges to our ideas and our international order with strength and conviction.”–(The Guardian, 31.03.14). In the context of recent exacerbation of cold-war polarisation, it is not a simple statement, it is a war cry. The human history is indeed the history of wars of ideas. But the wars of ideas do not remain confined within the ideological premise, rather mostly turn very bloody. Because, those who believe in “might is right” do not fight such ideological wars with ideas, instead, they deploy their all lethal military might. Such use of violence against ideas not only exposes their political arrogance, but also reveals their moral and ideological bankruptcy. In the history of mankind, the most monstrous crimes against great ideas, faith and beliefs are the works of these thoughtless political bullies. In ancient Egypt, Pharaoh mobilised his huge army to kill the prophet Moses (AS) and his followers only to annihilate their monotheistic Divine ideas. The old Pharaohs died, but new generations of Pharaohs took over the charge –not only in Egypt but globally, to continue with the same doctrine. Hence the use of violence against ideas has never ended. The old Pharaoh could not kill unarmed Moses (AS), but the new Pharaohs are killing the unarmed people everywhere. The recent statement of President Obama indeed reveals his full determination to continue the same war against ideas with full lethal might. And Mr Obama is not alone; the all NATO countries and many others are pursuing the same war.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 April 2014 18:11
The Fake Election in Bangladesh & the Existential Threat PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal   
Saturday, 18 January 2014 23:50

Hasina’s Coronation

Democracy is now dead in Bangladesh. The fake election held on 5th of January, 2014 has successfully assassinated it. On its graveyard, Shaikh Hasina held her coronation for another 5 years. Although she failed to get even 10% of the votes, he congratulated herself as the great winner. People know autocracy, and also understand democracy. In autocracy, it does not need to get votes to be a ruler; military might is enough to do the job.  But in democracy, it is unthinkable to be a ruler without peoples’ votes. It is an obligation that every MP must be chosen only by the voters of the constituencies. But that didn’t happen on 5th January’s Election Day in Bangladesh.  Out of 300 parliamentary seats, in 153 seats the election didn’t take place even in its sham form. Even a single vote was not casted in those constituencies. These so-called elected MPs were chosen not by the voters, but by Sheikh Hasina and her cronies.


Last Updated on Saturday, 18 January 2014 23:59
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