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Welfare of Children in Japan is Inadequate despite Improved Government Guidelines

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Welfare of Children in Japan is Inadequate despite Improved Government Guidelines  Hiroshi Saito and James Jomo Modern Tokyo Times This article focuses on two young children who were killed last year by their parents in Japan because the reasons are all too familiar and the same applies to lack of care within all relevant areas. […]

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Pakistan and Malala Yousafzai: Taliban is the outward mirror of Saudi Arabia

Pakistan and Malala Yousafzai: Taliban is the outward mirror of Saudi Arabia Murad Makhmudov and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The Taliban prides itself on killing apostates from Islam, killing people brutally under Sharia Islamic law and enforcing its Islamic inquisition on all and sundry. It matters not if they kill Sunni Muslims, Shia […]

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Mauritania and slavery: Biram Ould Obeidi charged for burning Islamic texts

Mauritania and slavery: Biram Ould Obeidi charged for burning Islamic texts Murad Makhmudov and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Biram Ould Obeidi is a distinguished anti-slavery activist in Mauritania and widely respected for his important work in highlighting the dark side of this country. In recent times the government of Mauritania increased the punishment […]

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Saudi Arabia: Child marriage, the Hadiths and the Islamophobia card

Saudi Arabia: Child marriage, the Hadiths and the Islamophobia card Murad Makhmudov and Lee Jay Walker  Modern Tokyo Times Saudi Arabia continues to allow old men to marry young girls aged eight years old and upwards. The mantra by Muslims and converts to Islam, is that Islam equals morality and that Mohammed is a great […]

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Australia Leaves Behind Left-Behind Parents

Australia Leaves Behind Left-Behind Parents Susan Sachinelli Modern Tokyo Times (Part 1)   Child abductions unfortunately occur all over the world. And while some of the cases are solved, a majority of the cases are not, even when the parent knows who the abductor is – the other parent. A discouraging phenomenon in Australia has […]

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