Blood Relations Project

Arguably, the most difficult and long-standing conflict in our society is the conflict between Israel and Pakistan. As the conflict has continued over 60 years, anyone would argue that the usual diplomatic and military strategies fail to end the conflict. Rather, many governments are taking measures that escalate the conflict. […]


U.S. Sanctions Hinder Relief Efforts To Iranian Floods

Devastating floods have been on-going in Iran since mid-March, which have already claimed the lives of 70 people by the 10th of April, and injured another 1,076. 24 out of Iran’s 31 provinces have been affected, suffering significant damage to roads and infrastructure, including water services and agricultural lands. Rains […]


In Just 26 days, New Zealand Voted 119-1 To Change Gun Laws

New Zealand’s parliament has almost unanimously voted in favour of a gun reform law following the mass shooting on 15 March. This is happening 26 days after a terrorist attack took the lives of 50 Muslims at two mosques and injured many others in the city of Christchurch. The parliament […]


UN Asserts Israeli Forces Have Committed War Crimes

Israeli forces may have committed war crimes against Palestinian protesters in Gaza last year, according to a United Nations Report states. It was also discovered that lethal force was used by the Israeli forces, killing 189 and injuring over 6,100 Palestinians protesting near the border between March 30th and December […]


Detained Migrants Fearful As Threat of Violence Looms In Tripoli

The Libyan National Army (LNA) began an offensive against the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) last week, in a series of attacks in and near the capital Tripoli that have left inhabitants stockpiling supplies, fearing the violence will spread further. Migrants from all over Africa, detained in makeshift jails, […]


6,000 Palestinian Children Jailed By Israel Since 2015 1

A recent report released by the Palestinian Prisoners’ Association details how Israeli troops have been subjecting a large number of Palestinian children to unwarranted arrests and maltreatment. The report discusses one number that has been especially shocking to readers: 6,000 Palestinian children have been detained by Israeli police forces since […]


Democracy Under Threat?

On 31 March, Turkey headed for its local elections to elect mayors and members of city, district, and village councils. With 57 million eligible voters, this election was a test for the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s party in the wake of a major currency crisis last year. Meanwhile in […]