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VIDEO: Himalayan Academy's History of Hindu India is a valuable resource - Murali Balaji

“Himalayan Academy, which publishes the acclaimed Hinduism Today magazine, produced the video and the textbook in “response to the problem of negative portrayal of Hinduism and India in school textbooks,” and their approach relied on academic expertise and vetting. 489 more words


Muslim radicalism as a simple phenomenon - Moorthy S. Muthuswamy

“Violence conduced in the name of Islam is preponderant compared to other religions; almost always, this radicalism invokes sharia and armed jihad; this violence transcends, ethno-cultural, linguistic, geographic and income fault-lines. 1,221 more words


Maldives exporting jihadis to India - Tufail Ahmad

“The recent arrest of Sri Lankan national Shakir aka Zakir Hussain in Chennai revealed that he made 20 reconnaissance trips to India to facilitate terrorists from the Maldives to attack Israeli and US consulates in Bangalore and Chennai. 1,049 more words


Decolonising India's education - Maria Wirth

“Nobody says that children should not learn English. But why demand from teenagers fluency to write essays, understand thick textbooks and the question papers in their exams? 1,816 more words


Psychological Warfare vs. Islam vanity

Psychological Warfare vs. Islam vanityInternet ^ | 7/13/2014 | William A. LevinsonPosted on 7/14/2014, 4:21:37 PM by YollopoliuhquiPsyWar Can Destroy Islamism By William A. Levinson 7/13/2014, 6:07 AM William A. 135 more words

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The Shock Doctrine (2009)

An investigation of “disaster capitalism”, based on Naomi Klein’s proposition that neo-liberal capitalism feeds on natural disasters, war and terror to establish its dominance.


Supreme Court: Islamic shariat courts not legal, can't enforce fatwas - Dhananjay Mahapatra

Fatwa is an informal justice delivery system with an objective of bringing about amicable settlement between parties, the Supreme Court said. “It is within the discretion of the persons either to accept, ignore or reject it.” – Supreme Court of India… 926 more words