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Is China Planning to Dominate Eurasia?

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Last week, President Xi Jinping at the opening ceremony of the Belt and Road forum unveiled a plan to provide about $20 billion in additional contributions to the Silk Road Fund. While Pakistan welcomed the extra funds and closer ties with China, the American Interest ran the caption “Pakistan: China's Next Economic Colony”.
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The Scholars' Statements on the Obligation of the Khilafah

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On the twenty-seventh of the month of Rajab for the year 1342 AH, corresponding to the third of March 1924, the greatest catastrophe in the history of Muslims took place; it is the disaster of the destruction of the Ottoman Khilafah "Caliphate" by the plots of the Kaffir West headed by Britain with the help of agents, headed by Mustafa Kamal.
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Radicalism, Fundamentalism, Extremism is Legal for the Kuffar But a Crime for Muslims

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On Sunday, Saudi Arabia’s King Salman and US President Donald Trump inaugurated the Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology (GCCEI), a facility that will monitor “extremist messaging” in real time... The center — named “Etidal,” or “moderation” —is established under international cooperation to confront and prevent extreme ideologies by monitoring and analyzing them, and to promote a culture of moderation.
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Colonialism's Modern Form is the Secular State

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In Afghanistan right before our eyes, if you were born in the late 70s, the 80s or early 90s, and reached political consciousness and awareness in early 2000s, we are witnessing what is considered classical colonialism in its modern shape, the secular state. It is this lesson, rather living through the experience of witnessing colonialism from its birth till its maturity, that may illuminate how we should approach and discuss…
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How Classical Conditioning is Used to Influence

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Classical conditioning is a term often used by psychologists. In short and simple terms, it describes the process of learning through association. This phenomena is most associated with Ivan Pavlov, who while studying the role of saliva in dogs’ digestive processes by accident, stumbled upon this process. Dogs salivate in the presence of food but over time Pavlov noticed that the dogs started producing the saliva even before coming in…
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Summit with lined messages between the Presidents of America and China

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Missiles and trade have been hot subjects between the US and China, and the world was watching to see what would happen when Trump hosted Chinese president Xi Jinping for their two-day summit on the 6th and 7th of April. Before his election, Trump insisted that China was “our enemy”, and a Chinese military official said on the day Trump was inaugurated that “A ‘war within the president’s term’ or…
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European leaders are fighting to protect their union against US efforts to divide them

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Europe had for centuries been the theatre of bloody combat that reached unprecedented levels of destruction during two world wars in the last century. The establishment of the European Union and the single European currency made its 28 member countries economically strong and distanced them from the fear of war amongst themselves, while the US made them secure against Russia.
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From the Life of Muslims in Russia...

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We can hear a lot about the horrible Russian crimes against Muslims, which it commits outside its own territory. But do we in the Arab world have a clear view on how our brothers and sisters live in Russia, because there are more than 20 million of them?
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