Occidentalogy

US ignores human rights condition to sell Bahrain F-16 jets

The administration of US President Donald Trump has decided to ignore Bahrain’s human rights record in order to sell F-16 fighter jets to the Arab monarchy. The US State Department informed Congress on Wednesday that it plans to approve a request by the Persian Gulf nation to purchase 19 of …

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Muslims slam EU court’s hijab ban

The Court of Justice of the European Union has sparked outrage among Muslim communities after it ruled Tuesday that employers can prevent their workers from wearing religious symbols, including headscarves worn by certain Muslim women. Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim slammed the ruling saying that there was nothing acceptable about …

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Analysis: Why Trump intends to link Islam to terrorism?

Addressing a group of the White House staff on Saturday, the new US national security advisor General Herbert McMaster criticized associating the terrorists with Islam, calling it “counterproductive.” The official expression of disapproval of this association in the new American administration is coming while the US President Donald Trump since …

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UK funded training of Bahraini officials to clamp down on protests

The British “The Times” newspaper said that “The Foreign Office has been accused of trying to cover up its funding of a program to train the Bahraini police in crowd control techniques, including the use of water cannon and dogs.” “Officials have consistently denied that the £1bn conflict, stability and …

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Report: US whitewashed thousands airstrike on Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan

The US army has covered up thousands of its airstrikes in West Asian countries that may have led to thousands of civilians deaths, Military Times reported on Sunday. Based on the investigation by Military Times, the US army has failed to publicly disclose potentially thousands of lethal airstrikes conducted over …

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Article: How racism in the US stifles its minorities

American citizens may think that racism was buried by the Thirteenth Amendment, that racial segregation and discrimination against African Americans ended during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, and that any remaining feeling of racial discrimination in American society came to an end with the election of a black …

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