The film will present interviews with more than 20 experts, all of whom have informed opinions about the reasons we were given for war and the evidence presented to support those reasons. Some supported the war itself but are deeply concerned about the way information was misused. All believe it is their duty to speak up. Among those interviewed are former Ambassador Joe Wilson, weapons inspectors Scott Ritter and David Albright, anti-terrorism expert Rand Beers, former CIA analyst Ray McGovern, former CIA operative Robert Baer and Washington editor of The Nation, David Corn. Continue reading →
Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers” is a 2006 documentary about the ongoing Iraq War and the behavior of companies with no-bid contracts working within Iraq. The film claims four major contractors who over-bill the government (and by extension, the American public), doing substandard work while endangering the lives of American soldiers as well as private citizens. The documentary contends these companies are composed of ex-military and ex-government workers who unethically help their companies get and keep enormous contracts and milk the American taxpayer. Continue reading →
John Pilger’s 2007 documentary explores the historic and current relationship of Washington with countries such as Venezuela, Bolivia and Chile. Pilger claims that the film “…tells a universal story… analyzing and revealing, through vivid testimony, the story of great power behind its venerable myths. It allows us to understand the true nature of the so-called “war on terror”. According to Pilger, the film’s message is that the greed and power of empire is not invincible and that people power is always the “seed beneath the snow”. Continue reading →
By Abdullah Hakim Quick. Contrary to what the title suggests, this lecture is not a discussion about the onslaught of the western ideologies against the position of the Muslim woman. In actuality, this presentation is about the internal war. This lecture is about the war zone that is alive behind the closed doors of the Muslim homes. Is their a problem with our home relationships? Is their a problem in our marriages? Is their a problem with how our educational institutions are structured today? These and other important questions are analyzed, commented on, and answered in this empowering presentation. Continue reading →
America’s War On Terror by Yvonne Ridley – An inspiring lecture by Yvonne Ridley. The british journalist who found Islam through the hands of Taliban Be inspired, as Yvonne Ridley, a pasionate british journalist decribes the story of how she was held captive by Taliban soldiers in Afganistan. Intimidated by their presence. She persisted with great fighting zeal to return home to her awaiting family. Sit with her in interrogations, war torn Afghan jail facilities and then shed tears of sorrow and joy as this touching story unfolds. Join her as she challenges Taliban soldiers are falsely labeled “Terrorists”: Only to later fall in love with their character, morality, respect and way of life. Continue reading →
In the wake of 911 2001 terrorist attacks, the USA opened a prison camp at Guantanomo Bay. The Hundreds of prisoners believed to be detained there are not afforded prisoner of war status according to the Geneva Convention. They are labelled unlawful combatants, held indefinitely with no right to a lawyer or a trial.
“You really need to treat them like dogs, or else if you treat them any better then that you have effectively lost control of the interrogation”
This documentary looks at the link between Guantanomo Bay and the torture methods used in Iraq and the roots of how US forces tackle the task of retrieving information from the detainees. Ex detainee Mehdi from Sweden breaks his vow of silence and talks about his time at Cuba. Interviews with senior officers within the Cuban base. An Ex officer from within the Iraqi prisons speaks of how she was misled on treatment of prisoners and how direct orders from the top were given authorising torture methods. “nickname GITMO by US officers” Running time approx 100 minutes. Continue reading →
Dr. Muhammad Mahmud Ghali
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 146 | Size: 8.5 MB
This book presents an attempt at showing the integral relationship between Ibrahim (as) and his Progeny, only three of whom, besides himself, have been called the Messenger of Resolve. As the father of the most eminent leaders of humanity, Ibrahim (as) still occupies the singular position of being Khalil an outstanding bondman of Allah (SWT). His life has shown a long history of search for truth. Abraham is the father of the great Messengers, Musa, Isa and Muhammad (PBUT). Those relationships should motivate Eastern and Western Ibrahim’s countries to co-operate for adopting policies of Peace instead of going to war with each other. Today, we do seek for more earnest endeavor for peace, definitely more than we needed peace in final decades of the last century. Continue reading →
This video shows the horrendous riots which took place in Gujarat March/April 2002 which resulted in the loss of 5000 muslim lives. Atrocites took place on defenseless men, women and children. Independent human rights organisations have concluded that this riot was pre-planned with the support of the State of Gujarat Government, RSS, Shiv Senna. Also featuring on this video is a preview of the some the anti Islamic movies that Bollywood is churning out.
Essential for all to watch especially those who originate from the Indo-Pak region as many Muslims from this region seem to be oblivious to the anti-Islamic messages that India propogates through Bollywood. Continue reading →
Hassan Al Banna
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 16 | Size: 1 MB
This universal mission marked the boundary for all of creation between a dark, oppressive past and a brilliant, shining future, as well as a prosperous and exuberant present A clear announcement of a new order decreed by Allah, the all knowing, the all Wise. Its herald was Mohammed, the bringer of glad tidings and a warner. Its Book was the clear and Enlightening Qur’an. Its soldiers were the vanguards of the Emigrants and the Ansar (helpers) and those who followed them in doing good. It was not contrived by man: it was rather a favour from Allah, for who is better than Allah in his favours?. Continue reading →