On Thursday, February 7th a team of investigators in Sudan concluded that a 36-year-old teacher from the state of Kassala was tortured to death after being arrested and interrogated by government forces. Government forces accuse Ahmed al-Kheir of being a key organizer in protest that have been rocking Sudan since December 19th of last year. … Continue reading Sudanese School Teacher Accused Of Organizing Protest Was Tortured To Death By Government Forces
Kashmir is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful places in the world. It is also one of the most militarized areas in the world. That is because Pakistan and India both profess Kashmir to be their own. This dispute has led to three wars between India and Pakistan, and decades of instability in … Continue reading Is India Occupying Kashmir For Its Natural Resources?
"The first casualty when war comes, is Truth" - U.S. Senator Hiram Johnson, 1917 A few days ago the Senate voted 63-23 to continue combat missions in Syria and Afghanistan. Because of the media's refusal yet again to hold our elected officials accountable I decided to write this rant. "There will be in the next … Continue reading The Media Loves Wars & They Love The Media
Violence in the port city of Hodeida erupted as the United States called for a cease-fire between the US-Saudi-led Coalition and Houthi Rebels in Northern Yemen, but instead of winding violence down in this conflict Yemen has seen its deadliest week in a long time. The port city of Hodeida is vital to … Continue reading US Calls For A Yemen Cease-Fire Publicly While Covertly Escalating The War
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres reportedly called Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena and voiced his deepest concerns over the constitutional crisis rapidly developing in the small island nation. According to a statement from the U.N., the Secretary-General; "urged the president to revert to parliamentary procedures and allow the parliament to vote as soon as possible." … Continue reading Constitutional Crisis In Sri Lanka As Violence Looms
Jamal Khashoggi was living in exile from Saudi Arabia and was a resident of the United States. Just this year, Jamal was brought on as a contributor to the Washington Post which is powerhouse publication in D.C. Jamal spoke out frequently against Mohammad Bin Salman and called him a fake reformer, he wrote and published … Continue reading Don’t Let The Crown Prince Of Fake Reforms Silence Jamal Khashoggi
painted by Wissam Al Jazairy Recently it seemed the entire world was focused on Idlib Province in Syria which was the scene of a dramatic event involving five superpowers lockstep in a real-life game of Risk. Adding to the tension was the roughly 800,000 citizens who call Idlib home along with an estimated 80,000 rebel … Continue reading Pipelines, Proxy Wars & Propaganda