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Islam and international media

International media had become obsessed with Islam. Due to an intense focus on the eradication of the fundamentalist, Islam has come into public eye and now people all over the world know more about Islam than they did before 9 /11. There have been numerous deliberations on the fundamentalist who is often defined as a […]

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Sectarian Violence

The Importance of Religious Tolerance

Within the beautiful religion of Islam, there lie two problems. One, the extremists who misuse the name of religion and Jihad to cause damage all around the world, in attempt to fulfill their dream of having the world ruled their way. And the other, the rivalry and troubles between the two main sects of Islam, […]

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Aasia Bibi and the Blasphemy Law

The recent ill treatment of Aasia Bibi has once again sparked controversies about whether the laws regarding blasphemy in the constitution of Pakistan are appropriate or worthy of application at all. The case was brought about by a dispute regarding the use of a water bowl, during which other women Aasia Bibi argued against accused […]

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Pakistanis Face Problems at Hajj

Hajj marks for many Muslims, the peak of spiritual contact with the Almighty Allah throughout their lives. However, this year, a number of pilgrims who performed the religious ceremony found themselves victims to the inefficiency and corruption of the Pakistani government. Not only did the government fail to provide adequate accommodation for several Pakistanis performing […]

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Eid al-Adha Mubarak

Eid al-Adha (also known as Bakra Eid) falls 2 months and 10 days after Eid ul-Fitr. Eid al-Adha is one of the two Eids that Muslims celebrate all over the world. On Eid al-Adha, Muslims sacrifice an animal and divide the meat into 3 parts. One is given to the poor, the other is distributed […]

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Lauren Booth: Sister-in-law of Tony Blair converts to Islam

Tony Blair’s sister-in-law, Lauren Booth, has converted to Islam. She had decided to become a Muslim after her visit to the shrine of Fatima al-Masumeh in the city of Qom, Iran. She converted immediately on her return to Britain. On the Daily Mail, she is quoted saying, “I sat down and felt this shot of […]

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Are Qirat Competitions Justified?

Qirat competitions have arisen in Islamic countries. Males and females take part in these competitions to win cash, a prize or an award. While reading the Holy Quran should only be done for Allah SWT, these competitions promote the recitation of the Holy Quran for a prize, and hence, there is no element of Ikhlaas. […]

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Why There Is Flood In Pakistan

Pakistan is in turmoil and turbulence since almost a decade. By the time we bowed to US pressure and allowed our lands to be used to assault Muslims of Afghanistan. In denial of the sovereignty of Allah (swt), we took USA to be supreme (Nauzubillah). Since then, our lands are filled with chaos and mayhem. […]

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Samia khanan Qariah

Pakistani Qariah won the 52nd Annual International Qirat Competition in Malaysia

Ms. Samia Khanan, 35, from Pakistan has won the 52nd international Al-Quran Reading (Qirat) Competition 1431 Hijrah that took place at the Putra World Trade Centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 27th July to 3rd August 2010. The recitation Competition is the international Islamic Quran reading event that is held annually since 1961 in Malaysia […]

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Rumors About Blasphemous Facebook Page Being Deleted

There are rumors circulating that the blasphemous Facebook page is deleted. It is true that it wa…

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