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Ghali Hassan
Ghali Hassan (Ph.D.) is a research scholar, specialising in the areas of science education and educational psychology. His interest in world affairs is the result of careful observation of U.S.-Western policies of naked aggression, double standards, classic hypocrisy and their detrimental impacts on the lives of millions ordinary people around the world. Fluent in several languages, Ghali’s articles have appeared on the Internet, in newspapers and periodicals around the world, including Australia and New Zealand. He lives in Australia and British Columbia, Canada.

  • Ghali Hassan, Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic exclusive

    “Unfounded fear, hatred or hostility directed towards Muslims and Islam. It affects all aspect of Muslim life.” (Runnymede Trust, UK, 1997).   A protest by a few hundred people in Sydney’s CBD over an anti-Muslim racist film, “Innocence of Muslims” turned into an ugly scene. It is a protest against... » read this article
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    Canada has recently suspended its diplomatic ties with Iran, accusing Iran of being a “significant threat to global peace and security in the world today”. The move is attributed to U.S.-Israel pressure to create a coalition front and provide a façade of “international” legitimacy to justify aggression against Iran. Let’s... » read this article
  • Ghali Hassan. Axis of Logic. , Axis of Logic Exclusive

    Terrorism is the “calculated use of unlawful violence or threat of unlawful violence to attain goals that are political, religious, or ideological in nature. It is intended to coerce or intimidate governments or societies”. The U.S. Army Manual. Most people associate terrorism with violence allegedly committed by states and groups... » read this article
  • Ghali Hassan. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    Every day Australian media outlets, led by the five major TV channels and the Murdoch press, propagate images of Australian soldiers as heroes treating injured Afghan children and doing construction work in Iraq. The notion that Australia is a “humanitarian” nation could not be further from the truth. Behind this... » read this article
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