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Taliban and Afghan government must work together to convince U.S. to withdraw all its forces – no other solution

Taliban and Afghan government must work together to convince U.S. to withdraw all its forces – no other solution It would be hard for Taliban to convince the Trump’s administration to withdraw U.S. forces from Afghanistan without Ghani’s backed support. Key players in the political game includes Taliban, Afghanistan government and United States. For example, […]

Why Justin Bieber, the pop star, likely to die of suicide

Why Justin Bieber, the pop star, likely to die of suicide: According to past actors, such as Michael Jackson and Paul Walker as their death reminds us that pop stars are not immune to death, in fact they are likely to commit suicide due to the pressure from outside world more than ordinary people. So […]

How to include everyone in upcoming Election to increase voter turn out?

There is a problem with our democratic system in Canada that doesn’t allow everyone to cast their ballots leading to exclusion. Obviously, the system is one for voting – I am not proposing changes to the voting system – I am recommending some options to increase voter turn out. Who is excluded? They include seniors, […]

What Muslim people think about Sharia law in Canada

What Muslim people think about Sharia law in Canada In 2014, during the municipal election in Ottawa, I voiced for Sharia to be adopted in the city stronghold Liberal riding. I did everything to get the conversation started – I received attention from both media and politicians about my campaign. What I can say is […]

Doug Ford’s record as Premier of Ontario 2018 – Present

Doug Ford’s record as Premier of Ontario 2018 – Present He has announced lottery for cannabis stores, and winners would be required to do the same paper work as the federal application requirements. He has introduced a $1 beer which sold out on day one and many thinks this was good product. Next, he has […]

Breaking the gap in Afghanistan: What needs to happen in the post-war economy of Afghanistan

When the Soviets invaded Afghanistan in 1979, they wanted to not only develop the resourceful sector, but as well, eliminate the back-fighting military i.e. Mujahidin – therefore killing the Afghans. However, Afghans fought back through the support of CIA and ISI. This created an internal conflict after the 10-year Soviets occupation in the country, thus […]

Conflict between Taliban and U.S., to be solved only through regional efforts

Conflict between Taliban and U.S., to be solved only through regional efforts subject to improved social conditions not for return to doomsday The United States government cannot be both an attacker and as well a conflict resolution expert because the Taliban have disputes with Americans not the local government within the country even though they lose forces in […]

Analysis: Is it feasible for Donald Trump to build a wall?

Analysis: Is it feasible for Donald Trump to build a wall? First, we must consider the costs – is it metal, brick or temporary fences? Next, America can use the employment stats to its benefits since many unemployed people are seeking jobs. This is not the first wall that is being discussed would be built […]

U.S. Troop Withdrawal Means Afghans Look Elsewhere for Partnership

U.S. Troop Withdrawal Means Afghans Look Elsewhere for Partnership Afghanistan’s leaders are looking for partnership including with China and Saudi Arabia as recently Donald Trump signaled troop withdrawal from the war torn country. These leaders includes Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and Abdul Rasul Sayyaf who are representing their own parties in the fight against Taliban and ISIS. […]

Donald Trump says no to Refugees of war – ignoring the key to the future

Donald Trump doesn’t want refugees of war – the only key to replacing U.S. disabled population in future The situation of Refugees under Donald Trump after 2017 American President Donald Trump has been very hard on the refugees of the world namely those caught in conflict in Syria, Yemen, Libya, Somalia and Iraq all of […]

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