A woman walks past a graffiti mural depicting scenes of fighters painted along Palestine Square in the Iranian capital Tehran. Photo: AFP
A woman walks past a graffiti mural depicting scenes of fighters painted along Palestine Square in the Iranian capital Tehran. Photo: AFP
Chandra Muzaffar
Opinion

Opinion

Asian Angle by Chandra Muzaffar

Palestinian rights activists show why the Muslim world’s struggle for justice is best served by non-violence

  • Non-violent advocates of Palestinian rights have advanced their cause much further than the territory’s ‘suicide-bombers’ and missile operators have
  • Muslim historians have exaggerated the role of battles and heroes without taking into account the religion’s emphasis on peaceful struggle for justice

A woman walks past a graffiti mural depicting scenes of fighters painted along Palestine Square in the Iranian capital Tehran. Photo: AFP
A woman walks past a graffiti mural depicting scenes of fighters painted along Palestine Square in the Iranian capital Tehran. Photo: AFP
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