Home / Author Archives: editor (page 10)

Author Archives: editor

Belarus’s integration headache and massive violations of human rights

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Since the start of the crisis, Russia has implicitly criticised the EU response, denouncing what its foreign ministry spokeswoman called clear attempts at outside interference-aimed at causing a split in society and destabilising the situation.The people of Belarus have the right to decide on their future and freely elect their leader. Violence against protesters is ...

Read More »

Vigils in London mark 14th anniversary of Phulbari Massacre

Ansar Ahmed Ullah:   On Wednesday, 26 August, activists and campaigners gathered outside the London Stock Exchange in a sombre vigil of remembrance & display of solidarity with Phulbari. Wearing green and laying white flowers, they observed the 14th anniversary of the killing of three young protesters, Al Amin, 11 years old, Salekin, 13 years old, & Tarikul, 18 years ...

Read More »

About Battle of Karbala, was Yajid  Sunni ?

Fatema Miah: Now it is Muharram, the Islamic new  year, 1st month of Arabic calendar.  The very 1st 10 days of the new year or the month Moharram has an unforgettable tale of sorrow and shame for humanity. This is about a battle the battle of Karbala. The Battle of Karbla known as Shiia practice or Shiia ritual because the ...

Read More »

Muslims’ laughter 

Fatema Miah: While the COVID-19 lockdown and mosques are closed down or limited, these few jokes can be enjoyed may be. A tale of a Boy of Muslim British family of Asian ethnic background and his post modern tech mad era and Mosque prayer.   Its not his real name I am using a different name for this humourous tale. It ...

Read More »

Global burden of violence against children

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   The study of population is at the forefront of many different aspects of geography. Following an overview of the key demographic variables and their significance, this paper examines the role which an understanding of population plays in relation to the outcomes of humanitarian crises, particularly natural disasters. The concept of vulnerable populations is considered, with specific ...

Read More »

Looter, Murderer to Saint,  –  men’s insanity   

Fatema Miah: A post about girl was killed for refusing to marry him, its triggered in me and  I added, its shame and sad news  of course though  not surprising.  Its sad and not empathised that often  girls are harassed to womanhood  throughout lifetime to old age and continuously abused.  Even in hajj I experienced  such. The people,  other men ...

Read More »

Coronavirus: Schools let down by lack of ‘plan B’, says union

More staff, extra teaching space and greater clarity on what to do if there is a spike in cases is needed for schools to reopen safely, the UK’s largest teaching union has said. The National Education Union (NEU) accused the government of letting down pupils, teachers and parents by failing to have a “plan B” if infections rise. The UK’s ...

Read More »

Coronavirus will be with us forever, Sage scientist warns

Coronavirus will be present “forever in some form or another”, a member of the government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage) has said. Sir Mark Walport said people would need to be vaccinated at regular intervals. His comments come after the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said he hoped the pandemic would be over within two years, as ...

Read More »