Hilary Clinton’s Two Million Twitter Followers And Tens Of Thousands Of Facebook Fans Found To Be Fake

Until now we knew Hilary Clinton as a woman who gets drunk, indulges in bad-mouthing, has no control over her emotions, can’t even run her house, and breaks federal law. But now we also know that she is a liar. Hilary Clinton’s state department buying Facebook ‘likes’ is nothing new, … Read more

Cricket returns to Olympics. Howzat?

Cricket in Olympics 2012

More than hundred years ago a cricket tournament debuted at the 1900 Paris Olympics. The only match of the tournament was played between teams representing Great Britain and France, and was won by 158 runs by Great Britain. The scheduled competition at the 1904 Summer Olympics was cancelled at short … Read more

Misuse of Girls’ Pictures On Social Networking Websites

Girls are uploading their pictures on social networking websites like Facebook, Orkut, etc, to be accessed by everyone. What is happening is that many people are taking those pictures and misusing them by creating fake profiles to defame the girls. On some, inappropriate messages about the girl are written. On … Read more

Florida church plans ‘Burn a Quran’ Day on 9/11

burn a koran day

On the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, in vengeance or protest of what it calls a religion “of the devil,” The Dove World Outreach Center; a church in Gainesville, Florida, plans to host an “International Burn a Quran Day”(Nauzubillah). This anti-Muslim activism among some conservative and religious groups in … Read more

Facebook Blocks Blasphemous Page in Pakistan

Facebook has blocked the blasphemous page to Pakistani users in what they call “respect for local standards and customs.” If that is the case, why don’t they simply block all content that is unacceptable on Facebook to whichever country it concerns. Why delete other hate content right away but allow … Read more

Why there should be no ban on Facebook in Pakistan!

The Facebook event ‘Draw Muhammad Day’ indeed came as an offensive shock not only to Muslims around the world; but to all those who believe in tolerance and respect of others’ beliefs. Islamic tradition disallows the representation of the Prophet Muhammad in any state, but a special event to draw … Read more