Muhammad Imran Azeem

Muhammad Imran Azeem

Currently employed at the King Saud University as a research associate, he is an agricultural scientist, and his core area of research and focus is agricultural policy. He likes to write about current affairs and social issues. He tweets as @emranazeem1826 (twitter.com/emranazeem1826)

If Turkey can do it, why can’t other Muslim states?

Over the indiscriminate genocide of innocent people of Gaza, the Muslim leadership, the Arabs in particular and other Muslim states in general, have blatantly and deliberately remained silent. More than 1200 people have been killed and over 6,000 have been seriously injured in Gaza since the launch of Israel’s army offensive. Physical infrastructure is severely damaged: several houses and buildings have been demolished including mosques, schools and hospitals. There are about 57 self-governing Muslim states across the globe; some are absolute monarchies while others are sovereign democratic republics. Yet, none of them has dared to openly condemn or curb Israel’s vicious character. Leaders ...

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