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“We must stop granting visa to Hindus,” says Kuwaiti lawyer Alshrika

Director of the Center for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law in Kuwait, Mujeel Alshrika, on Sunday said that the country “must stop granting visas to Hindu Indians.” Alshrika made these comments amid growing violence against Muslims in the country. “Unspeakable brutality is happening to our Muslim brothers in India …

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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As the US has completely withdrawn from Afghanistan,Taliban has taken control over the whole of the country.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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Taliban Assure Safety to Hindus, Sikhs in Afghanistan, Asks Them Not to Leave Country

Representatives of Taliban meeting with Hindu and Sikh people in Kabul asking them not to fear for their lives. — Twitter/Manjinder Singh Sirsa After the reassurance, Hindu and Sikh communities believe they can at least feel a sense of relief. Team Clarion KABUL — A contingent of persons from the …

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The Fall of Afghanistan with The Rise of Taliban

A young Afghan actress in her 20s, on the condition of anonymity said that women of Afghanistan have always bore the brunt of Taliban rule. They were subjected to Talibanised version of Islamic rules (contradictory to Islamic teachings) which denied them even the basic rights like freedom of movement, access …

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Ten Commandments And A Parable Of Four Brahmins

Coping with Corona season, confined with books and great cinema we stumbled upon Polish film maker, Krzysztof Kieslowski’s masterpiece, Dekalog, a 10-part series which explores ethical issues raised by the ten commandments. In the eighth episode, thou shall not bear false witness, 40-year-old New Yorker, Elizibieta, who had earlier translated …

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Secularism in India—A Relic of the Past?

Millions of Indians are rooting for Indian athletes to shine at the Tokyo Olympics and bring home the elusive galore of medals. While some of the Indian athletes have done us proud by winning at this prestigious international event, some people instead of celebrating this victory are busy in finding …

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500 days and counting: Foreign Muslim missionaries still stranded in India

Though the media and BJP government vilified members of the Tablighi Jamaat movement as Covid-19 super spreaders, Indian courts observed they were used as ‘scapegoats’. It has been more than 500 days since Muhammed Hafizuddin, 24, a Malaysian student, arrived in India to attend a religious congregation organised by Tablighi …

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Suspension of Muslim Brotherhood led government in Tunisia; a correction of historical mistake!

Tunisia has recently witnessed significant political development as the President Kais Saied suspended the current government led by Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi. Tunisian people supported his decision and manifested it by celebrating at Central Habib Bouraguiba Avenue, the epicenter of the 2011 Arab revolution. The President said “Many people were …

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