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ارشد مدنی کا بیان قوم پرست اقدار کو مستحکم کرنے کی طرف ایک درست قدم ہے۔ (Arshad Madani’s statement is a right step towards strengthening nationalistic values)

اتحادی افواج کے خلاف بیس سال کی لڑائی کے بعد طالبان کی طرف سے اقتدار پر قبضہ خیال سے بالاتر تھا۔ واقعات کی باری اتنی ڈرامائی تھی کہ سب حیران رہ گئے۔ بہت سے تجزیہ کاروں نے نئے طالبان کو ایک جدید ، بہتر ورژن کے طور پر پیش کیا …

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Madrassa: An option for getting some basic education only

Dreams for development and advancement perpetually bloom in all kids born with resources at disposal. This also stands true for the kids of poor Muslim families. Although, the dream and desires of these poor kids are often hindered by acute poverty. The desire to get free of the shackles of …

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There is a hole at the bottom of the bucket

If the tap is open and the water supply is continuous then it can fill up any utensil of any size within a given span of time. However, if the utensil is not filling up despite continuous running water then there is only one possibility- there is a hole at …

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Taliban’s act in Afghanistan is completely Un-Islamic

As the US has completely withdrawn from Afghanistan,Taliban has taken control over the whole of the country. Today, the true picture of Taliban that they are killing civilians including children, women and non-combating old age innocent people, can be seen. Taliban claim that they are ‘Mujahid’ fighting for Islam, however …

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Selective Interpretation of Shariah: The New vs the Old Taliban

Shariah provides a lot of flexibility for differing interpretations. Previously, when the Taliban had full control of Afghanistan, they under the garb of implementing Shariah law, forced women to stay at home and had them escorted by a man if they were going out of the house, thereby eradicating free …

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The Uncanny Resemblance between Muslim Brotherhood and Popular Front of India

The Muslim Brotherhood (Al-Ikhwān Al-Muslimūn), founded in Egypt in 1928 CE by Hasan Al-Banna established for themselves a principle that was intended to unite the Muslims overlooking differences for the sake of reaching a “greater goal”, which was political power for the Ikhwān (Brotherhood) in Egypt and then the rest …

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Pasmandas paying for the sins of Ashrafs

Pasmanda Muslims, the most neglected and underprivileged section of India have suffered developmental, political marginalisation and social stigmatization since independence. The deteriorating socio-economic condition of Pasmand Muslims came to light in the 1980s and 1990s. Even before independence, the question of caste and caste-based reservation was highlighted in the Government …

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Muslim Brotherhood, Jamaat e Islami Hind and the Islamisation of Democratic Societies

With the advent of the modern world, the Islamic world grew weaker in comparison to Western power block. The Mughals were overthrown; the Ottomans vanished and Sharia law remained stagnant. By the early twentieth century some radical Muslims who were concerned about the diminishing importance of the Islamic world propounded …

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The misconception around the ease of practicing one’s religion in India

The digital space (the most dominant form of information distribution) is filled with messages of rising intolerance against minority communities in India. In most of the cases, these messages are aimed at gaining political advantage. Unaware of this aspect, many innocent Indians fall for the tolerance-intolerance debate. A recent study …

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