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The Turkish mastermind behind attacks on India
When the giant scandal about Qatar bribing politicians from the European Union and money laundering blew up recently, one name caught the attention of India. The name was Hakan Camuz, the notorious kingpin not only of the scandal now being called Qatargate. Camuz is the man who orchestrated an attack on India and especially the Indian army chief in January 2021.
How the George Soros network funds anti-India activity
The Hungarian-American businessman George Soros, recently made headlines when he questioned Indian democracy and expressed a hope that the Indian government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi needed to be weakened to strengthen democracy in the country. Soros is one of the world’s biggest funders of ostensibly democratic causes through his Open Society Foundations in more than 100 countries. So why is Soros, who is 92 years old, attacking India?
Dramatic changes in the Middle East and how to understand them
In this conversation with Hindol Sengupta, Mohammad Soliman, director of the strategic technologies and cyber security program at the Middle East Institute in Washington, talks about the Indo-Abrahamic alliance. He also talks to Sengupta in detail about why sweeping reformist change is flowing through the Middle East.
Is Zakir Naik, who has fled India, still influencing Indian Twitter?
Twitter remains to be the centre of information warfare. The content uploaded by some Twitter users has been under scrutiny for particularly inciting hate and violence. One such account is “@MuslimsinIndia7”, whose claims have been debunked by The Digital Forensics Research and Analysis Center. A careful study of this Twitter profile reveals the influence of the infamous Zakir Naik.
What is the Khalistan movement doing in Australia
In this conversation with Hindol Sengupta, Dr Amit Sarwal, a Melbourne-based award-winning academic, entrepreneur, and activist explains how Khalistani groups are pushing their separatist agenda in Australia, connections of the Khalistan referendum with Pakistan, and how the broader Indian diaspora community is pushing back against the Khalistanis in Australia.