Jeff Glor of CBS Evening News asked US President Trump to name his "biggest foe globally right now." Trump’s answer surprised many: "Well, I think we have a lot of foes. I think the European Union is a foe, what they do to us in trade
New York Times Newspaper reported that the Trump administration has told its top diplomats to seek direct talks with the Taliban, a significant shift in American policy in Afghanistan, done in the hope of jump-starting negotiations to end the 17-year war.
Tanzania and International media outlets reported on arrival of a new aircraft of Boeing 787 Dream liner for Air Tanzania at the Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA) in Dar es salaam on 08/07/2018. The reception was made with a great joy, pride and boasting
The Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir is pleased to announce to its followers and visitors to the Central Media Office sites of the resumption of the issuance of Al Raya, which was issued by Hizb ut Tahrir in 1954. It trembled the dark oppressive rulers in their slumbers and conspired to abolish the weekly publication. Now by the Permission of Allah, Hizb ut Tahrir has resumed the issuance…
Recently, China has accused the United States of starting the “biggest trade war in history”. The Trump administration's 25% tariffs affect more than 800 Chinese products worth $34 billion such as industrial machinery, medical devices and auto parts .
On the 3rd of July, the Children’s Commissioner published a major report that revealed that 2.1 million children in England, equivalent to 1 in 6 children in the country, are growing up in families where they are at serious risk of harm. 825,000 of these children were living in homes where domestic violence was taking place;
While Danish politicians have a long summer vacation, and the void they have in the media almost makes you feel as if it is acceptable to be Muslim and live here, politicians in Sweden are preparing for election in September, and here the “dark-brown” theme is predicted to at the top of attention.
These are interesting times in Malaysian politics! Amidst the cries of a New Malaysia, the new coalition government is arresting members of the new opposition in record numbers accusing them of corruption. Former 'political appointees' are either being shamed into resignation or sacked in 'the great purge' of 'Pakatan Harapan' ('Hope Coalition' in the Melayu language).