Who are the Houthis? The Houthis are a group of Shiite rebels, who are based in the north of Yemen. The current unrest goes back to 2004, when the cleric Hussein Al-Houthi started an armed rebellion.
Experts trying to analyze all these events within and around Kazakhstan try to explain the origin and real threats to the Islamic revival in Kazakhstan.
Most observers believe that the government undertook the task of prosecuting Ghulam Azam with a political motive. Ghulam Azam’s legacy demands serious considerations.
Al-Quds was completely occupied by Israel in 1967, and formally annexed to Israel in 1980 to be its "undivided capital." Yet, the de facto annexation of land cannot outweigh numerous UN resolutions.
"The Israeli occupation is seeking to Judaize Al-Quds (Jerusalem), to practice ethnic cleansing upon our people in Jerusalem, hoping to establish a 'Jerusalem' empty of the Palestinian existence," say
That ideology and religion can be twisted into a different course than the initial philosophy, and sometimes a criminal one, is nothing new.
Together, drones, RC-135s, Trojans, satellites paint an intelligence “picture” that diagram for fighter crews where to drop their bombs. Yet even this high-tech assistance sometimes isn’t enough
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