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By Cengiz Tüysuz International Journal of Research and Practice in Social Sciences.. Prolific Pakistani author Tariq Ali has died after a long illness. He was 67. His family announced his death late on Wednesday. Ali had been working on a new book since last year. He was an influential figure in left-wing politics in the West, author of the best-selling book 'The Communist Manifesto' and was a member of the Advisory Council for Cuba. Ali, a former member of the British Communist Party, was born in New Delhi and moved to Britain with his family at a young age. He has also written extensively on Lenin and Stalin and had strong views on the Soviet leader. Tariq Ali has been regarded as a leading figure in the world of left-wing politics. "I want to see the coming of a new world in my lifetime," he said. "I want to live to see the end of the world as we have known it and I want to live to see it in my own lifetime," he said in a 1987 interview. "This is the time when there are revolutions all around the world. There are major conflicts in Korea, in Latin America. What is happening in Latin America is a revolutionary development," he said. Ali was editor of New Left Review, and was outspoken in his criticism of US foreign policy and President Ronald Reagan. "Most of the 'left' are among the dissidents," he said. "They are the people who are being sent to prison for writing articles that the State Department doesn't like. They are people who are saying the same things that the French Resistance said during the war," he told the BBC in 1991. Ali left the British Labour Party in 1981, criticising the "neo-liberal turn" of New Labour, and became increasingly critical of the American President. He is the author of 11 books, including 'The Clash Of Fundamentalisms' (which criticises the attacks by the US on the Taliban, Al-Qaeda and Saddam Hussein) and 'The Last Days Of American Empire' (which attacks the US War in Afghanistan). His anti-war activism made him a high-profile target of the US government, which accused him of "amassing an arsenal of anti-American propaganda" to foment hatred of the United States and undermine the American way of life. He was arrested on several occasions for voicing



Category:Living people Category:Alumni of the University of Cambridge Category:Turkish scientists Category:1967 births(CNN) -- A German couple convicted of being accomplices in the kidnap and murder of an Irish family were jailed for life Monday, authorities said. Bernd Josef Heinrich, 42, and his wife, Anja, 41, had pleaded guilty to charges of being accomplices in the kidnap and murder of two Irish children in 2007. Their seven-year-old daughter, Vivian Elizabeth, and 11-year-old son, Benjamin Samuel, were abducted on April 22, 2007, from a street in Wuppertal, Germany, while Anja Heinrich and Vivian were riding their bicycles. Their bodies were found on May 1, 2007, in an abandoned factory building about a mile from where they were last seen. A friend of the couple had asked the parents to take Vivian and Benjamin because their own children were too old to be separated. Heinrich and his wife agreed to do so, according to the court. But police say that the two Irish children were kidnapped with the knowledge and cooperation of their parents. Heinrich and his wife were arrested on June 5, 2007, at a German airport after flying into Zurich on a commercial flight. Heinrich was accused of killing Benjamin and Anja and dumping their bodies into the Wipp River, according to the court document. Anja Heinrich was accused of aiding her husband in the kidnapping and murder. Vivian was missing at the time of the arrests. She has been in the custody of German authorities since July, when she was allegedly seen in Germany. Her whereabouts are still unknown. The Heinrichs were arrested after an Irish court issued an arrest warrant for their daughter. The couple had fled Ireland last year for Portugal, after a court there ruled that Vivian would be sent to Ireland. According to the court document, the couple wanted Vivian to be raised by her grandparents in their native Ireland.Using the CDW Blog, email, social networking and other channels, you can keep track of important dates, obtain information on the CDW and CSAB Invitationals and win a CSAB prize. Date: May 18 - 20, 2016 Information: The CDW and CSAB Invitational will be held at the Royal York Hotel in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.



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