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- npr reviews English edition of the Shahnameh
- Egypt temporarily re-opens Gaza’s Rafah crossing
- Pentagon investigation: US hit mosque complex in Syria
- Russia moves to enforce safe zones despite rebel opposition
- The Judicial Bodies Law threatens the independence of judiciary turning it into an arena for expanding Sisi’s powers.
Category Archives: Islam and The Great War
There is a fascinating article by The Malta Independent online about the Malta Trials that never took place. The article talks to Judge Giovanni Bonello about the Ottomans who were accused of war crimes and were taken by the British troops from the fallen Ottoman Empire to Malta. They were taken to be tried for […] Continue reading
When researching the Armenian Genocide debate about whether a genocide took place or not, I found this BBC new article from 2001 by Chris Morris. The article talks about a “political storm” surrounding France and Turkey because the French had passed a bill declaring that genocide had occurred, along with the mass murders of the […] Continue reading
I was searching for a photo Sultan Abdulhamid II and recognized he was wearing a Fez on his head. Compared to the headpiece of the Qizilbash, it is similar. Perhaps it has a historical purpose or perhaps it is just a coincidence. Qizilbash Sultan Abdulhamid II Continue reading
When looking for images for the Armenian Genocide, I came across an image that led me to an “Armenian Genocide Ballyhoo: Angels of 1915″ blog with a post about Fake Illustrations used in the Armenian Genocide Allegations and Armenian Lie posters. Some of these images include: In the Fake Illustrations of the Armenian Genocide Allegations […] Continue reading
Today we meet with Mr. Groom. We discussed the improvements of the site as we were having problems with the template and that is now being looked into. The layout was addressed, so to make it look more like a resource website which we are now in process of doing. We have now found that […] Continue reading