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Why interfaith dialogue is the key to restoring harmony and social cohesion?

By Dr. M A Mufazzal Our society, in general, has always been a heterogeneous community since antiquity. The people here are bound together by shared goals and ideals ‘in a way that does not necessitate homogeneity in dress, dietary customs, belief systems, or even outward religious observance. This is essentially …

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Muslim man from Kerala builds, prays at Hindu shrine

MANGALURU: A 65-year-old man from Kerala built a shrine for demigod Koragajja and has been offering daily and special poojas for 19 years now, sending a strong message of communal harmony in Dakshina Kannada district. A resident of Chittalancheri village in Palakkad district of Kerala, P Qasim Sahib came to …

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A classical case of peaceful approach vs radicalizatiôn

Waheed-ud-din Khan is a person of great stature, who always stood for the greatest good of society and became the messenger of peace and harmony. He first came under the limelight when he gave Muslims a clarion call to relinquish claims over the disputed Babri Masjid site, one of the …

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Ifrah Khan becomes third topper in JEE Mains among girls

By Muslim Mirror Staff New Delhi: Ifrah Khan from Nagpur has bagged the third position in India among girls in JEE Mains. She has scored 99.9946424 in the national level exam. Ifrah has studied at Indian Olympiad School, Bhelgaon, Kamptee Road. She participated in all extra activities at school level. She …

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मुस्लिम भाइयों द्वारा हिन्‍दू रीति-रिवाज से ब्राहम्‍ण का अंतिम संस्‍कार

मानवता की सदियों पुरानी तहज़ीब को आगे बढ़ाते हुए जिला अमरेली (गुजरात) के सावरकुण्‍ड ला शहर के तीन मुस्लिम भाइयों (अबु, नशीर और जुबेर कुरैशी) ने अपने पिता के हिन्‍दू मित्र (भानूशंकर पंडया) को उनकी इच्‍छा के अनुरूप हिन्‍दू रीति-रिवाज से अंतिम संस्‍कार करके कौमी भाईचारा की अनोखी मिसाल पेश …

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Why and How Indonesian Muslims Despite being in the majority are Largely Peaceful

Indonesia, the epitome of secularism, religious freedom and tolerance serves as the best example of Islam and Muslim compatibility with democracy in the world. Figures show that about 87.2 per cent of Indonesians practise Islam. The historical traces of Islam are though unclear; however, it is believed that commercial and …

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11 Mewati sisters show metal to break patriarchy, obtain higher education, job

By Hasan Akram New Delhi: Muslim dominated Mewat, one of the most backward regions of the country, will now also be known for producing 11 daughters who strived hard – braving the patriarchal set up – to realise their dream of obtaining higher education and choose their own lifestyle. All …

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Ghazwa-E Hind Still- The Perfect Recipe for Radicalization

Ghazwa e Hind has been misinterpreted and distorted by some radical scholars for provoking Indian Muslims to shed blood and take revenge in the name of Islam which in reality is dedicated for propagating peace, harmony, brotherhood, justice and equality disregarding caste, creed and religion. Ghazwa-e-Hind symbolises conquering of Hind …

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In Tamil Nadu, Muslim volunteers performed last rights of 220 Covid-19 victims including 162 of other religions

By Special Correspondent Chennai: As COVID-19 fear drives relatives of victims away,  Muslim volunteers are doing a yeoman service of providing dignified burial or last rites of dead bodies.  At a time when even close blood-relatives abandoning bodies of their dearest ones, Muslim volunteers have a set  a new example …

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