British Internal Secretary James Cleverly announced the ban on Hizb ut-Tahrir, describing it as a terrorist organization. He said that the Hizb is anti-Semitic as it celebrated the Hamas attacks in Gaza against...
Abu Dhabi has opened its first Alcohol production facility in the UAE. Permits have been issued for this trade. The UAE suspended the 30% taxation on alcohol products. Licensing rules for outlets have also been eased. The justification for this, is to boost the tourism industry and create financial diversity and cultural inclusion.
The Telegraph reports that Unicef delivered half a million vaccines to Gaza to prevent the spread of childhood disease. The United Nations agency warns of an infection risk among Gaza’s 1.9 million internally displaced people.
Pakistan’s army media wing, in its press release No PR-18/2024-ISPR, stated, “In early hours of 18 January 2024, Pakistan carried out effective strikes against hideouts inside Iran used by terrorists responsible for recent attacks in Pakistan. The precision strikes were carried out using killer drones, rockets, loitering munitions and stand-off weapons.
In early December, Rohingya refugees faced hostility in Aceh, Indonesia, as locals protested their arrival. Once a haven for Rohingya, sentiments have shifted, with online disinformation exacerbating tensions. Professionally-made content and bots spread anti-Rohingya narratives, portraying them as ungrateful and burdensome.
On 12th January 2024, the so called “revolution” of Zanzibar reached sixty years since it’s happening in 12th of January in 1964. After so many years, the important question remains: Is it worth it to celebrate, apart from the politicians and the few families among the “revolutionary team”, do ordinary people have something worth to celebrate!?
The BBC reported on the 14th of January that, "Namibia Criticises German Support for ‘Israel’ Over ICJ Genocide Case.” The article recalls how history records the German colonization of Namibia in which 70,000 people from the Herero and Nama tribes were killed in “the 20th Century's first genocide.” Namibian President Geingob said, "The German Government is yet to fully atone for the genocide it committed on Namibian soil."