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Assad Regime Funds its Murderous Activities through Extortion of the Families of Detainees Imprisoned in its Human Slaughter Houses

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On the 4th January, the Association of Detainees and Missing in Sednaya Prisons (ADMSP), published a report that revealed that the Assad regime had extorted more than $100 million from families of individuals who had been subjected to forced disappearance at the hands of Syrian security forces.
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No Sanctuary or Safety

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Beijing has ratified an extradition treaty with Turkey that human rights groups warn could endanger Uighur families and activists fleeing persecution by Chinese authorities if it is adopted by Ankara.
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A Message to our Brothers and Sisters in Sri Lanka

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We greet you with the salute of the religion that brought us together with you and made us one body, if any part of it is ill the whole body shares the sleeplessness and fever with it, we salute you with the greeting of Islam: Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh…
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Muslims of Sri Lanka, No Outcry for them!!

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The bleeding wounds in the body of the Islamic Ummah are numerous and increasing with the absence of the protective shield and the guardian Khalifah (Caliph); one of which is the tragedy of the Muslims of Sri Lanka.
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Capitalism Offers No Consistent Morals, Benefit is the Only Value Driving Decisions

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On the 2nd of November 2020, the BBC reported that the Indian government has initiated a campaign to promote the consumption of sugar in response to the excess sugar not sold by companies. The new pubic adverts and campaigns are employing scientists and dietitians to reverse the public’s current understanding that it is healthy to reduce refined sugar consumption.
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Forced Cremation of Muslim Covid-19 Victims in Sri Lanka Under an anti-Muslim Regime Which is Exploiting the Pandemic to Intensify its Agenda Against Islam

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On Tuesday 1st December, Sri Lanka’s Supreme Court rejected civil society petitions and judicial cases brought by Muslim and Christian families in the country, challenging the government’s policy mandating cremation for all Covid-19 related deaths or any dead body suspected to be infected with the virus, irrespective of religious beliefs.
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