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Dr. Habib Siddiqui
Dr. Habib Siddiqui
Dr. Habib Siddiqui has a long history as a peaceful activist in an effort towards improving human rights and creating a just and equitable world. He has written extensively in the arena of humanity, global politics, social conscience and human rights since 1980, many of which have appeared in newspapers, magazines, journals and the Internet. He has tirelessly championed the cause of the disadvantaged, the poor and the forgotten here in Americas and abroad. Commenting on his articles, others have said, "His meticulously researched essays and articles combined with real human dimensions on the plight of the displaced peoples of Rohingya in Myanmar, Chechnya, Bosnia, Kosovo and Palestine, and American Muslims in the post-9/11 era have made him a singular important intellectual offering a sane voice with counterpoints to the shrill threats of the oppressors and the powerful. He offers a fresh and insightful perspective on a whole generation of a misunderstood and displaced people with little or no voice of their own." He has authored 11 books, five of which are now available through Amazon.com. His latest book - Devotional Stories is published by A.S. Noordeen, Malaysia.


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Displaced Rohingya people in Rakhine State, Burma. Photo Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Wikipedia Commons.

The Rohingya: Children Of A ‘Lesser’ God – OpEd

12 Dec 2016 in 1 , Opinion , Social Issues

On Saturday, December 10, 2016, the Guardian ran a story on two Rohingya women, Noor Ayesha and Sayeda Khatun. Noor Ayesha held her last surviving daughter tight as their boat crossed into Bangladeshi waters. She…


A Rohingya youth sleeps on the street in Burma. Photo Source: Queen Mary, University of London.

The Rohingya Genocide: No Longer A Myth – OpEd

04 Dec 2016 in 1 , Opinion , Social Issues

A genocide is taking place against the Rohingyas of Myanmar. It is not a new one in this Buddhist-majority country and has been an on-going ethnic cleansing national program to erase Muslim presence since Burma…


Cuba's Fidel Castro. Photo by Ricardo Stuckert/ABr, Wikipedia Commons.

Fidel Castro, El Comandante, Is Dead – OpEd

28 Nov 2016 in 1 , Opinion

Fidel Castro, the Cuban leader who led anti-imperialist revolution casting off U.S. hegemony and taking the liberated country to the path of communism, died on Friday at the age of 90. While Havana and the…


NASA Earthrise Image. Credit: NASA/Goddard/Arizona State University

Dark Forces Winning The Game – OpEd

21 Nov 2016 in 1 , Opinion

With the latest presidential election results in the USA, 2016 is proving to be a bonanza year for the right-wing extremists everywhere, or so it seems these days. The next year, 2017, may even look…


Donald Trump. Photo by Gage Skidmore, Wikipedia Commons.

Donald Trump’s Win – Analysis

15 Nov 2016 in 1 , Analysis

Against all the predictions of the pundits, pollsters and polling groups, Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States. Well except one, that is from my alma mater – University of Southern California,…


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