Uyghur Muslims: Oppression and Forced Labour – A New Trend For The Fashion Industry?

Featured Image: Lutpulla – Anonymous “Kindness is a mark of faith and whoever is not kind has no faith.”  – Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) . . . The History: Uyghurs are a Muslim minority group in Xinjiang, a northwestern region in China. Xinjiang is the ‘so-called’ home to 10 million Uyghurs. From having their own culture…

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The Forgotten War In Syria

Featured Illustration: Molly Crabapple As the world continues to struggle fighting the pandemic that has swept us to our knees, many countries like Syria have been facing ongoing battles. The country has been in unrest for a decade, with fighting on its soil every day, as millions of innocent civilians attempt to escape their terrible…

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How Has Black Lives Matter Affected The Rest Of The World?

Featured Illustration: Maya Kay Following the death of George Floyd, the Black Lives Matter Movement (BLM) has become a widespread phenomenon. A movement that fights to combat police brutality against Black people and abolish white supremacy, Black Lives Matter has provided a much-needed wake-up call to many. All over the world, people are standing in…

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We walk in her footsteps

Featured Illustration: Willgom Black Lives Matter x Free Palestine The brutal murders of George Floyd and Eyad Hallaq have been on my heart for a while. Although we are no longer seeing Black Lives Matter or the injustices that Palestinians are facing on traditional media, Black lives still matter and so does the genocide Palestine…

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China’s Mass Genocide

Featured Image: Foreign Policy In the past week, a video of a little Uyghur boy being beaten has been circulating around social media. In the video, the boy is being kicked and hit, and in the end, a man is seen putting a lit cigarette in his shirt. This video, as well as many hundreds,…

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The 21st Century Holocaust

Featured Illustration: ABC News Today, the world is still haunted by the Holocaust that took place decades ago in Germany. Pictures flooded with innocent children and broken families shattered millions of hearts across the world. There were nearly six million victims of the brutal atrocities against humanity. This occurred when Adolf Hitler, the leader of…

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Activism is Not Terrorism: The “Anti-Terror” Bill of the Philippines

Featured Illustration: CJ Andrea Despite the implications the name might suggest, the recently signed “Anti-Terror” Bill of the Philippines does not enforce the safety of others, nor prevent threats of terrorism; rather, the bill is a particular mechanism for the Philippine government to take over and directly administer the terrors it claims to prevent. Formerly…

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The Children Deemed Worthy of Justice in the UK

Featured Illustration: Nasiha On Thursday, 3rd May 2007, Madeleine McCann, a three-year-old girl from Leicester, disappeared from her holiday home in the Algarve region of Portugal. Her peculiar disappearance immediately caused distress and outrage within Portugal and the United Kingdom. Guests at the resort in Praia da Luz even said that they could hear people…

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