CJ Werleman is a journalist, author, and analyst on conflict and terrorism.
The Rohingya are as far from home today as they were three years ago today when they were violently expelled from their homeland.
The dam has not only threatened Pakistan's environment and farming community, but also displaced several hundred people.
India inadvertently managed to internationalise an issue that neither Pakistan nor activists were able to for decades.
Muslims and Arabs have to work twice as hard to climb half as high, and are de-platformed ten times as quick.
Pakistan is piling on pressure at the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, but it all boils down to whether Arab powers will relent.
The report has been accepted by India's home minister despite a 'torrent of misinformation'.
Looting should not be condoned, so why are we silent when corporations indulge in it?
There are innumerable accounts from local sources and media as well as rights organisations that contradict the US claim.
The international community's focus on battling Covid-19 provides the perfect cover for criminal political adventurism.
Rohingya Muslims have been discarded by the international community and are at high risk for contracting Covid-19 in crowded living spaces.
In countries like India and Israel Muslims are being scapegoated for the spread of Covid-19.
Racist attacks and hate speech have spiked proving that right-wing extremists are exploiting the global crisis.
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