Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Tuesday, April 13th, 2021

Suffering Continues around the World

The war and violence resulted in flagrant violation of human rights around the globe and a large number of people, including women and children, suffer in one way or another. The never-ending bloodshed and hackneyed words making the headlines on national and international media will hardly ever shake one’s conscience.
The riddled and amputated bodies in a suicide bombing and hot drops of blood oozing from sliced throats seem no more than tragic plays or horror films in movies.
One is unlikely to be taken aback while hearing the heart-wrenching stories of war victims, who undergo the radical ideology of militant fighters.
The world faces the largest humanitarian crisis since the United Nations was founded in 1945 with more than 20 million people in four countries at risk of starvation and famine, the UN humanitarian chief has said. “
Without collective and coordinated global efforts, people will simply starve to death” and “many more will suffer and die from disease”.
An immediate injection of funds for Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia and northeast Nigeria plus safe and unimpeded access for humanitarian aid “to avert a catastrophe” are urged. Recently, Myanmar is suffering severely as a result of civil unrest.
The risk of poverty crisis looms large there.
Worst of all, in northeast Nigeria, a seven-year uprising by the armed group Boko Haram has killed more than 20,000 people and driven 2.6 million from their homes. In 2017, a UN humanitarian coordinator said that malnutrition in the northeast is so pronounced that some adults are too weak to walk and some communities have lost all their toddlers.
The terrorism, which is engendered from radical ideology and supported by mysterious hand, has changed into a global threat and inflicted heavy casualties upon human societies, mainly Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan. The innocent individuals are believed to bear the brunt of violence in the aforementioned countries.
The militants’ indiscriminate killing is a flagrant violation of humanitarian law.
Stoking sectarian violence and spilling the blood of non-combatants on the basis of their caste, color and creed is a highly serious issue across the country, mainly in the aforementioned countries.
IS is believed to be a pawn in political games and act as mercenary fighters rather than practicing upon a certain ideology.
It is most likely that members of the ISIL group come from poor backgrounds and fight to gain financial support and satisfy their carnal desires through illegal means and engaging in moral corruptions. Their immoral and inhumane practices are no more a mystery for the world. But they have put on the mask of religion without having basic knowledge in religious issues; their misdeeds suggest the very fact.
It is really excruciating to see the flagrant violation of human rights and dignity whereas the democratic discourses is hotly debated in international conferences regarding the protection of human rights and liberty. On the other hand, streams of blood are shed and thousands of people are killed by warring factions.
The statistics about the death of mankind suggest the fact that life has turned extremely cheap. Moreover, the unmitigated violence has led to mass exodus and poverty. Reports say that the Arab world’s poorest nation is engulfed in conflict and more than 48,000 people fled fighting during the war, which was carried out by the IS.
The poignant incidents and heart-wrenching stories of war victims are stain on the collective conscience. The almost passive role of the international community in such a critical situation is a matter of great concern. The world will have to stop playing the role of spectator and sometimes condemning the issue.
There is a lot to be done so as to root out the terrorism and uphold the rights and dignity of the people regardless of their ethnicity, color or faith.


There is a crying for ending the war through an effective strategy and combating insurgency.