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Communist Party of Proletarian Islam 3rd of Shaban Birthday Statement for Imam Hussein Ibn Ali

On This The 3rd of Shaban The International Pan Islamic Communist Party of Proletarian Islam salutes and honor the blessed  holy and revolutionary    Imam Hussein Ibn Ali the beloved grandson of our Prophet Muhammad Ibn Abdullah and the son of the blessed revolutionary  Imam Ali Ibn Abu Talib  Imam Hussein from a very young age was an active figure in the Islamic revolution of his grandfather the Prophet Muhammad and his father Imam Ali and he Imam Hussein fought to create a unfitted  Arab  Islamic  Socialist  nation based on social justice  and the values of Islam.  492 more words

THE RISE AND FALL OF NASSER IN THE CONTEXT OF ARAB NATIONALISM

INTRODUCTION

The aftermath of World War II witnessed a new Arab awakening which coincided with the foundation of Israel. The 1948 War was a turning point for this awakening. 3,248 more words

Nation Building

THE REPRESENTATIONS OF HISTORIES: FLAGS AS CONNECTING AND DISTINGUISHING REPRESENTATIONS

Symbolism plays a big role in human life. From the beginning of the history of mankind, different groups of people started to seek distinguishing symbols from others. 3,178 more words

Genel

9 Years Later and Saddam Hussein Still Lives

It Has Been nine years since the forces of  US Imperialism  and  The Iranian government  along with their puppets on the ground  within Iraq  had  Saddam Hussein The lawful and legal  president of Iraq murdered . 214 more words

ALI ABDULLAH SALEH's Interview on the Arab Spring, the Muslim Brotherhood & the Conspiracy Against Pan-Arabism...

I noted a few days ago the similarities between the late Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh and the late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.

We noted… 1,139 more words

(Politics) CURRENT AFFAIRS

From Waguih Ghali to Edward Said

Both Waguih Ghali and Edward Said spent much of their lives unable to return to their countries of birth due to religio-political reasons. Even though the former was Egyptian and the latter was Palestinian, their lives, as international as they were, had a lot in common. 62 more words