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Name: Habib Siddiqui
Date registered: August ২০, ২০১১

Latest posts

  1. Suu Kyi’s Apartheid Myanmar — April ২০, ২০১৭
  2. Is Abu Ivanka For Real Change In Syria? — April ১৪, ২০১৭
  3. Time To Rethink Our Nuclear Arsenal Policy — April ৯, ২০১৭
  4. Dutch Election and the presumed Muslim Problem — March ১৯, ২০১৭
  5. Is America Heading Towards Fascism? — March ৩, ২০১৭

Most commented posts

  1. Some inspiring stories of Jewish-Muslim cooperation during hard times — ৫২ comments
  2. The Question of ‘Endangered’ or ‘Dying’ Hindus — ১৭ comments
  3. Hindu Sena and Donald Trump – bigots united — ১৪ comments
  4. Why Buddhism Declined in South Asia? — ১৩ comments
  5. Is America Heading Towards Fascism? — ১০ comments

Author's posts listings

Aug ২৯

The Annan Commission needs to be successful

On Friday, 19 August 2016, the first World Rohingya Day demonstrations took place around the world. Rallies and demonstrations took place in London, UK; Washington DC, Toronto, Canada, New York, Chicago; Stockholm, Sweden; Boston; Los Angeles; and many other places. The speakers demanded end to the ongoing genocide of Rohingya people who are indigenous people …

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Jul ০৫

Elie – the Weasel

Elie Wiesel has died. I was never a fan of him in spite of his many successes in life, mostly selling the Holocaust industry. I found him fake and considered him a disingenuous person: a hypocrite of our time. He was in the habit of making things up, in a way that his many subsequent detractors could …

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May ২৯

Sumit Ganguly’s pseudo-analysis of Bangladesh

  After reading Sumit Ganguly’s article – Bangladesh’s Accommodation of Extremism Spells Danger for Region (YaleGlobal Online) – I could not believe that I was reading an analysis from someone who holds the Rabindranath Tagore Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations at Indiana University, Bloomington, and is a senior fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, Philadelphia. I feel sorry …

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May ২২

Myanmar’s ‘Rohingya’ problem

  Human rights groups say the Rohingya people are one of the most persecuted ethnic groups in the world. My own research work on endangered people has also shown that they are the most persecuted people in our time. More than a million people in Myanmar from the Muslim minority are currently stateless, and genocidal violence in the country's …

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May ১৩

Hindu Sena and Donald Trump – bigots united

Bigotry runs very deep in the veins of Hindu Sena, the Hindu fascists of India. To these low lives, the simple formula – enemy of my enemy is my friend – is the mantra to live by. With his bigoted and hateful remarks, Donald Trump has now become their idol, the avatar. To pledge their “support” for the billionaire …

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Apr ২৬

Southwest: the official airline for racists and bigots!

As a frequent flyer, I have traveled with the Southwest Airlines a few times. In my operational excellence classes, I have often used it as an example of standardization. But I have stopped flying the airline for quite some time. Its “You Are Now Free To Move About The Country” has become a wildly outdated slogan, …

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Apr ০৫

Whither Suu Kyi’s Government?

The NLD party declared last week that Aung San Suu Kyi will be foreign minister in Myanmar's first civilian government for decades. The constitution, drafted and approved by the powerful military, had blocked her from becoming the presidency. Nonetheless, she vowed to rule above the man picked as president, Htin Kyaw, in the government which …

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Mar ২০

‘They Hate Us’ – Really?

Part 1: Donald Trump said on March 9, 2016 that he thinks "Islam hates us," drawing little distinction between the religion and radical terrorism by some misguided and angry Muslims. "I think Islam hates us," Trump told CNN's Anderson Cooper, deploring the "tremendous hatred" that he said partly defined the religion. Trump doubled down on …

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Mar ১২

Bangladesh Police: time for reform

Many years ago I was listening to the speech of a police officer in Canada who told his audience that he was trained to be Polite, Obedient, Loyal, Intelligent, Courageous, and Efficient – the very acronym for POLICE. That acronym seemed very proper for police whose prime tasks include prevention and detection of crime, preservation of law …

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Feb ২৭

Lies And Deceptions Come Easy For The Republicans

M1 Abrams tanks maneuver in streets of Tall Afar, Iraq, as they conduct combat patrol (U.S. Air Force/Aaron Allmon)   George W. Bush’s Administration sold us the war against Iraq when it had no proof that the Saddam Hossein’s regime had “weapons of mass destruction” (WMD). After invasion and occupation of the land, years of …

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Feb ০৯

Any Hope For Peace In The Palestine-Israel Conflict?

For many Israelis, the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in 1995 marked a grim turning point for their country. In the words of the commission set up to investigate the murder, “Israeli society [would] never be the same again. As a democracy, political assassination was not part of our culture.” In the eyes of …

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Jan ২৬

The Menacing Jewish Settler Movement

The Jewish settler movement has been growing like a cancer for decades. It is partly organic and partly inorganic, made up of Jews born inside and outside Israel, respectively. It has become a real threat to peaceful solution of the Palestinian problem. As I have noted a few times before many of the rank and …

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Jan ১৩

The Radical New Face of the Jewish Settler Movement

I have noted a few times before that many of the Jewish terrorists that have terrorized Palestinians in the Occupied Territories come from the USA. They are more radicalized than most Israeli Zionists who were born inside Israel. Many of these terrorist Jews live inside the Occupied West Bank creating newer Jewish settlements there while …

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Jan ০৫

2016 – Will it be any different than 2015?

The year 2015 is over. It was a very messy year in the global politics. Will 2016 be plagued by the same types of violence? In a fast paced world that we live today, it is difficult to predict the future. In what follows I shall attempt to review a few cases.   No region …

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Dec ২৯

Why ‘they’ hate us? – a revisit of a 2002 article

The question why ‘they’ hate us has come up many times, esp. during election times in the USA. By ‘they’, obviously, what is meant are the Muslims, esp. Arabs. Back in 2002, I wrote an article refuting Princeton Professor Bernard Lewis’s Washington Post Op/Ed – “Targeted by a History of Hatred,” The Washington Post, 9/10/02), …

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