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Palestine: 3 more Gazans die of wounds, death toll rises to 65

Muslim countries summit on Palestine reject US decision on Jerusalem

Weekly Report: Israeli Human Rights violations in Occupied Palestinian Territory (10–16 May)

Palestine: Over 1,000 children injured in Gaza since March 30

UK: Moon sighting for Ramadan

Palestine: Gaza death toll from Israeli fire rises to 62, incl 8 month old baby, over 3100 injured

Palestine: 58 Palestinian civilians killed by Israeli troops in Gaza, no condemnation by UK

41 Palestinians killed by Israeli gunfire in Gaza as US & Israel celebrate US Embassy opening in Jerusalem

Indonesia: church bombings leave 13 dead, 43 injured

Palestine: Palestinian family survives second Israeli settler arson attack

South Africa: Murder of Shi’a Muslim in mosque condemned by all Muslims

Palestine: Gazans return en masse to Israel border, one killed, hundreds injured

Weekly Report on Israeli Human Rights violations in Occupied Palestinian Territory (3 – 9 May)

Germany: Berlin court insists on headscarf ban

Germany sees 1,075 Islamophobic crimes in 2017

Jammu and Kashmir: 6 civilians killed by Indian soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir

France: French proposal lead by former President and PM want changes in verses of Qur’an

Jammu and Kashmir: Indian forces kill 3 suspected militants in Kashmir, mows down a protester

Palestine: Israeli excessive force in Gaza exacerbates suffering of children: UNICEF

Palestine: Israeli soldiers injure over 1140 Gazans including children on Friday

Issue 293: Top Stories - Friday 24th October 2013

Issue 294 – Friday 25th October 2013

US-led coalition responsible for most violent deaths in Iraq

US-based PLOS Medicine journal estimated that nearly half a million people died from causes that could be associated with the US-led invasion and occupation of Iraq from 2003 to 2011.

Issue 294 – Friday 25th October 2013

Israeli ill treatment of Palestinian children ongoing despite reassurance to UNICEF

Israeli violations against detained Palestinian children are ongoing, despite reassurances by the Israeli Govt to address some of the issues of concern outlined in the UN’s Children’s Fund report that was released back in March of this year

Editorial

  • Regurgitating prejudices against Muslim dress

    The media can once again be compared to vultures flying in circles around their prey, feeding on the morsels of a right-wing political agenda. This time regurgitating old fears about the traditional Islamic sense of dress and the alleged threat posed to British society and identity

  • Nuclear deal with Iran could be hallmark of Obama presidency

    With the recent election of Hassan Rouhani, the new president of Iran, another window of opportunity has opened for Obama to address the 10-year standoff over its nuclear programme. The ball appears to be firmly in the US court to demonstrate that it is capable of playing fair.

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    I was pleased when Hassan Rouhani became President this year, winning a majority of the votes cast. Already, he has called for talks with the US, although he has (understandably) attached conditions to those talks

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