PODCAST: DEEP DIVE INTO A 15-YEAR OPERATION

Sun 20 December 2020: In a nutshell, Indian Chronicles is: a 15 year-long operation running since 2005; 10+ UN Human Rights Council accredited NGOs, mostly resurrected; The resurrection of Prof. Louis B. Sohn, a prominent figure in human rights, deceased in 2006; Several identity thefts, including the name of Martin Schulz, former president of the European Parliament or […]

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PODCAST | WHY WAS IRAN’S TOP NUCLEAR SCIENTIST ASSASSINATED?

Tue 08 December 2020: We’re exploring Mohsen Fakhrizadeh’s story and the future of US-Iran relations. Many Iranians had no idea who Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was when he was assassinated at the end of November. But intelligence services in Israel and the United States had been tracking Iran’s top nuclear scientist for years. So what happened that […]

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PODCAST | WHERE ARE THE IMAMS? THE PLIGHT OF THE CHINA’S UYGHUR IMAMS – ABDUWELI AYUP

Wed 02 December 2020: “First of Mosques destroyed, since 2016 until now 16 thousands mosques destroyed, Its physiological death for the Uyghur people. Historical mosque i know 800 years old in Kashgar, People are shocked not only because their family members arrested but whats happening in front of them…” Communist Islam: Its emotional and Physiological […]

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PODCAST | WHAT A BIDEN PRESIDENCY HOLDS FOR THE MIDDLE EAST, WITH KRISTIAN ULRICHSEN

Sun 29 November 2020: Barring the success of a fantastically ill-conceived attempt by Trump to stay in the White House, Joe Biden will be the 46th President of the United States. And with that position comes nearly unfettered power to shape American foreign policy.  And with a lot happening in the Middle East, it’s important […]

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PODCAST | ROLE OF GAS COMPANIES IN NORTHERN MOZAMBIQUE UNREST – ILHAM RAWOOT

Wed 02 September 2020: Cabo Delgado is now home to Africa’s three largest liquid natural gas (LNG) projects: the Mozambique LNG Project (Total, formerly Anadarko) worth $20bn, Coral FLNG Project (ENI and ExxonMobil) worth $4.7bn, and Rovuma LNG Project (ExxonMobil, ENI and CNPC) worth $30bn. When, in 2010, US energy company Anadarko found major gas […]

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PODCAST | HOW COULD ANNEXATION CHANGE THE WEST BANK?

Wed 01 July 2020: On July 1, Israel may begin plans to annex parts of the occupied West Bank – as much as 30 percent. Annexation is illegal under international law and much of the world has condemned it. So why might this controversial move happen now?  In today’s episode, Al Jazeera journalist Rania Zabaneh joins The Take from the occupied West […]

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