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HOWTO: MSI MEG X570 ACE BIOS Upgrade Process

In His Name, the Most High As part of diversifying the content on my blog, being a technologist, and given that I have recently upgraded my equipment to the AMD Ryzen 3000 series of CPUs, coupled with the X570 Chipset based motherboards, I thought it would be a good idea to discuss and explain how… Read more »

Millions gather for the Arbaeen commemorations in Kerbala, Iraq

Arbaeen marks the Zenith of the Revolution of Ashura

In His Name, the Most High Peace be upon the intimate friend of God and His beloved! Peace be upon the close friend of God and His confidant! Peace be upon the choicest confidant of God, and the son of the choicest confidant [of God]. Peace be upon Husayn, the oppressed, the martyr. Peace be… Read more »

Iranians Rally in support of the Islamic Government - December 2018/January 2019

#IranProtests – The Pipe Dream of the US, Saudi and Israeli Bloc

In His Name, the Most High This article was initially written for and published by the American Herald Tribune. On December 29, 2017 (which is synonymous with the 8th of Dey 1396 in the Iranian Solar Hijri Calenda – this date will become relevant shortly), saw the start of some protests in the Islamic Republic… Read more »

Imam Khamenei teaching (Photo courtesy of khamenei.ir)

Breaking the back of the Empire, and Migrating towards the Divine

In His Name, the Most High “O you who believe! Stand firmly for justice, as witnesses to God, even if against yourselves, or your parents, or your relatives. Whether one is rich or poor, God takes care of both. So do not follow your desires, lest you swerve [and avoid justice]; if you distort your… Read more »

A red and white rose on a back-drop of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliette with the quote highlighted. (Image courtesy JenningsWire)

Bin Salman, The Family of Saud, Wahhabism. Nazism by Another Name?

In His Name, the Most High In fact, the reality of the situation is that Mr Bin Salman, with his adventures – failed though they might be – in Syria, Iraq and Yemen, as well as in Bahrain and Eastern Occupied Arabia, bears a striking resemblance to Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Movement.  If we… Read more »

Samantha Power delivering a speech to AIPAC0 (File Photo)

Samantha Power and the case of the Duplicitous Tweet

In His Name, the Most High Five days ago, on November 14, 2017, the former US Ambassador to the United Nations, one Samantha Power, said something in a tweet that while on the surface was sentiment that was long overdue, but given who was saying it and how much said person contributed to the carnage,… Read more »

Pax-Americana

Capitulation and the death of Colonialism

In His Name, the Most High The United States is an Entity built on Theft, Oppression and Genocide “We narrate to you from the history of Moses and Pharaoh—in truth—for people who believe. Pharaoh exalted himself in the land and divided its people into factions. He persecuted a group of them, slaughtering their sons while… Read more »

Saudi prince's definition of moderate Islam

Saudi prince’s definition of moderate Islam

In an interview with the Guardian, the Saudi crown prince has pledged to return the kingdom to moderate Islam.  Prince Mohammed’s use of the term ‘moderate Islam’ implies that the Saudi royals’ Wahhabi ideology is an extreme and untrue version of the religion. And for decades Saudi officials have been spending their petrodollars on propagating… Read more »

Newly arrived Rohingya refugees scuffle for relief supplies at Kutupalong camp in the Bangladeshi locality of Ukhia on September 9, 2017. (Photo by AFP)

Terrorist Suu Kyi complicit in massacre of Muslims

The Myanmar government’s bloody crackdown on the Rohingya Muslim community has sparked outrage across the globe. Hundreds of thousands of Rohingyas, who are denied citizenship and have suffered years of persecution in the Buddhist-majority state, have been forced to flee the country in the wake of a massive brutal crackdown by the government which the UN… Read more »

Rohingya Muslims crisis in Myanmar (Burma)

Rohingya Muslims Crisis

In this episode of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Gearóid Ó Colmáin, a journalist and political commentator from Paris, and Shabbir Hassanally, an Islamic scholar from Leicester City, to discuss the plight of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.

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