Pakistan
Pakistan


Power Scenario Still Bleak In Pakistan – OpEd

By Muhammad Waqas When Sharif’s government came into power last year, it prioritized all efforts to overcome Pakistan’s nagging energy crisis. The worsening problem of power outages across Pakistan, lasting up to 18 hours in some regions, had crippled the economy and dampened manufacturing output, leading to industrial shutdowns and massive layoffs. Amid much fanfare, […]

Pilgrims at the Masjid al-Haram. Source Al-Haram mosque, Wikipedia Commons.
Pilgrims at the Masjid al-Haram, Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Source Al-Haram mosque, Wikipedia Commons.


Three Million In Makkah Pray For Besieged Muslims

Millions of pilgrims offered prayers at the Grand Mosque in Makkah and the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah on the last Friday of Ramadan. Addressing the congregation at the Grand Mosque, Imam Sheikh Saud Al-Shuraim said: “Muslims who offered their prayers during this month are real winners. There are other Muslims who live in difficult circumstances […]

Gaza beach. Photo by Gus, Wikipedia Commons.
Gaza beach. Photo by Gus, Wikipedia Commons.


The Truth About Israel’s New War On Gaza: The Energy Rush – OpEd

While Israel has deployed its media machine, telling the world that it has the right to defend itself against foreign aggression, arguing that no country should ever be made to tolerate systematic terror, even though under international law such narrative holds no legal ground as Israel has been de facto occupying Gaza, rendering null and […]

Libya
Libya


US Shuts Embassy In Libya’s Tripoli, Evacuates Staff Amidst Clashes

The US embassy in Libya has shut down and all diplomatic staff have been evacuated to neighboring Tunisia by military escort because of ongoing clashes and violence between rival militias sweeping the country. Some 150 personnel including 80 Marines were moved across the border “due to the ongoing violence”, State Department deputy spokeswoman Marie Harf […]

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