By Uzma Falak My grandmother wove dreams on her spinning wheel, invoked you in her songs. I memorized the rhyme. My mother treasured your olives— a keepsake of the Blessed Land, a relic I never touched. […]

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Israel Strikes Gaza by Air

Israeli air forces this morning carried out a series of airstrikes against a number of resistance bases across the Gaza Strip, no casualties were reported, Quds Press reported. Witnesses said Israeli helicopters flew across the […]

Roots of Terror

By Jim Miles I was sickened to hear and watch the events occurring in France. Part of that was for the immediate families, friends and neighbors of those so needlessly killed. Another part was the […]

Is Erdogan a Great Leader?

By Jamal Kanj It is high time for Recep Tayyip Erdogan to step aside if Turkey is to continue progressing democratically, and flourish economically. Great leaders know when and where to pass their torch. Regardless […]