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Dr. Abdul Alim, a medical doctor by training, joined Ahmadiyya, the true Islam, by the sheer grace of Allah, in 1993. Since then only due to benevolence of the Almighty and fervent prayers of his beloved spiritual mentor, the Khalifa of Ahmadiyya Community he has worked in many countries including Middle East, South, Central and South East Asia. Alhmadolillah

Persecuted Muslims build first Irish mosque in Galway

Irish Times: When Imam Ibrahim Noonan began celebrating the Qu’ran in a housing estate inGalway, his hope was that the temporary mosque in Wellpark would be replaced by a permanent structure. Now,…

Rise of Islamic schools causes alarm in secular Turkey

Dawn: ISTANBUL: When Turkish pupils received their school entry exam results after the end of last term, textile worker and father Halil Ibrahim Beyhan received an unpleasant surprise. His daughter…

Making minorities disappear

There has been a systematic attempt by the state since the 1980s to drive non-Muslim Pakistanis into oblivion For those of us who are still free of cynicism towards this…

Arrested development: Why Africa’s under-fives are hungry and stunted

The East African: Eric Turyasingura chases after a ball made from polythene bags outside his mud-brick home in the mountainous southern Uganda. Yelling in his mother tongue, Nkore, “Arsenal with…

The Discussion We Need On Rape and Alcohol

Homeconimicusnet: No one seems, in their rush to condemn Dawkins as a sexist misogynist dinosaur that damages the atheist movement, to actually see what the law states regarding evidence of…

The Constitution of Medina: A Symbol of Pluralism in Islam

Posted by Zia Shah The Constitution or Charter of Medina pre-dated the English Magna Carta by almost six centuries. It was executed and implemented for 10 years (622-632 A.D.) and applied…

If You Want Peace, You Have to Plan for It

Foreignpolicy.com: Sept. 21 will mark the annual observation of the International Day of Peace, established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1981 to commemorate and strengthen the ideals of…

Europe’s Jewish Problem

Foreignaffairs.com: many European countries, including France and Germany, the number of anti-Semitic crimes committed this year already exceeds the total for 2013. It would be an exaggeration to say that…

Muslims rally against extremism in Germany

BERLIN: Muslims across Germany held a day of prayer and rallies on Friday to condemn both Islamic extremism and a backlash against their faith that has seen arson attacks on…

Pakistan world’s worst in religious freedom: US government commission

ibnlive.in.com: Washington: Expressing concern over the deteriorating religious freedom in Pakistan, including attacks on minorities like Hindus and Christians, an independent, bipartisan US government commission has told lawmakers that Pakistan represents…

China’s war on terror becomes all-out attack on Islam in Xinjiang

Washington Post: SHACHE COUNTY, China – The month of Ramadan should have been a time of fasting, charity and prayer in China’s Muslim west. But here, in many of the towns…

Security stepped up at Vatican over fears of terror attack

Dailynewsen.com: Security has been tightened in Saint Peter’s Square following intelligence services intercepted a feasible program to attack the Vatican, Italian media reported Saturday, escalating fears Pope Francis could be…

The ties that bind Christians, Muslims and Jews

Source/Credit: Houston Chronicle By Bill King When the Sept. 11 attacks occurred, I knew exactly two Muslims. Both worked for me, and both were two of the most dedicated, kind…

Scots reject independence in historic vote

Dawn: EDINBURGH: Scottish voters have rejected independence, deciding to remain part of the United Kingdom after a historic referendum that shook the country to its core. The decision prevented a…

Video: Genocide against the minorities in Pakistan

Youtube: Published on Sep 13, 2014 Takshashila’s Nitin Pai and Farahnaz Ispahani discuss the condition of the minorities in Pakistan and their future in the country. This conversation happened on…

The City of London has its own caliphate – and they have away days in Hampshire

City Am: by Sarah Spickernell September 18, 2014, 10:50am The Islamic Bank of Britain was set up in 2004 (Source: Reuters) Given what we’ve learned about the caliphates over recent months…

London debate on anti-Semitism and Islamophobia polite, but pointed

The Times of Israel: LONDON — British Jews need to become as comfortable listening to genuine criticism of Israel as they are at discussing rising levels of anti-Semitism, and not…

I sometimes question if God exists: Archbishop of Canterbury admits he sometimes has moments of doubt

By STEVE DOUGHTY FOR THE DAILY MAIL Dailymail: The Archbishop of Canterbury has admitted that he struggles with doubt about the existence of God. The Most Reverend Justin Welby said he…

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