Eid 2021: Celebrations Fade Away As Oppression And Coronavirus Cast Ominous Shadows

Muslims around the world celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr, one of their most sacred festivals, this year with masks, prayers, and empathy as widespread oppression and COVID-19 damage cast gloom over festivities, mass gatherings, and celebrations.  For many Covid-hit countries, like Pakistan, Malaysia, India, and Indonesia, Eid was marked by curbs on social distancing, shop shutdowns, and evenContinue reading “Eid 2021: Celebrations Fade Away As Oppression And Coronavirus Cast Ominous Shadows”

Debating the Duke of Edinburgh’s Legacy: A Long-Serving Royal Consort? Or A Symbol Of Old School Racism

On Friday, April 16, Britain laid the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, to rest in an intimate ceremony. As millions of royal watchers observed the funeral, they mourned the demise of the longest-serving royal consort in the history of the monarchy. But as some expressed grief, several others highlighted Prince Philip’s history of unsolicited andContinue reading “Debating the Duke of Edinburgh’s Legacy: A Long-Serving Royal Consort? Or A Symbol Of Old School Racism”

How Is Ever Given’s Suez Canal Shutdown Impacting Global Supply Chains – Experts Weigh In

The behemoth Ever Given supertanker – which held up traffic for more than 150 containers for over six days in the Suez Canal, one of the world’s busiest maritime trade chokepoints – finally broke free on Monday. Efforts to clear the logjam of cargo vessels are now finally underway. But experts fear that disruptions inContinue reading “How Is Ever Given’s Suez Canal Shutdown Impacting Global Supply Chains – Experts Weigh In”

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