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Dr. Falak Naz Rahman: is a Pediatrician and Masters in Public Health from University of Texas at Houston, USA, and has a work experience of more than 25 years in the field of clinical and community development work. Accepted Ahmadiyyat in 1993 by sheer grace and blessings of Allah. Worked as a senior faculty in Aga Khan Medical University, Karachi, Pakistan and also in various National and International NGOs such as SCF (UK), Options (UK), UNICEF, ADB funded projects, NRSP and many others.

When America behaved like ISIS: Jesse Washington and the Bible Belt’s dark history of public lynchings

Salon: by Bill Moyers — They burned him alive in an iron cage, and as he screamed and writhed in the agony of hell they made a sport of his…

#MeetAMuslimFamily Campaign Aims To ‘Bridge The Gap Of Fear Into Love’

Huff Post: by Antonia Blumberg — Sha83 There may be no better way of getting to know someone than over a homecooked meal. Canada’s Ahmadiyya Muslim community launched the #MeetAMuslimFamily campaign on…

Jehovah’s Witnesses silencing techniques: as terrifying as child abuse

theguardian: by Candace Conti — Elders in my congregation knew that there was a predator in our midst. But they threatened to punish those who spoke out Candace Conti as…

How Meditation Primes The Mind For Spiritual Experiences

Huff Post: by Carolyn Gregoire — The practice of mindfulness dates back at least 2,500 years to early Buddhism, and since then, it’s played an important role in a number of spiritual…

Without more support, Muslim girls may well be tempted by Isis’s HR department

theguardian: by Humaira Patel — Speaking to teenage girls from east London showed me that too many are left feeling that no one is listening to them    An EDL…

The world has broken its promises about rebuilding Gaza – and the children will suffer

theguardian: by Chris Gunness — Six months after international donors pledged billions after the last war, the cash has not materialised, lives remain shattered and the desperate suffering goes on …

The Prophet’s (pbuh) covenant with Mount Sinai’s monks

Muslim village.com: by Siammadyer — In the Name of Allah, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful. (A copy of the manuscript of the covenant [‘ahd] written by Muhammad, the son…

Does Anyone Care That Shia Are Being Relentlessly Murdered in Pakistan?

Source: Huffington Post By Fiyaz Mughal, Director of Faith Matters and the Tell MAMA project The recent murders of Shia community members in Pakistan has not drawn out the shock and…

Poland agrees to pay reparations to Guantánamo detainees

theguardian:  by Alan Yuhas  — Court found Poland violated international law by allowing CIA to host a secret facility where Abu Zubaydah and Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri were tortured    Polish…

Dementia hits women hardest – study

theguardian: by Robin McKie — Research finds disease now leading cause of death in British women; many are also carers before succumbing themselves  An MRI scan of a human brain.…

Women Less Welcome Than Men in Fields Demanding Brilliance

Biosciencetechnology.com: by Cynthia Fox — Women are less welcome than men in fields—including philosophy, physics, math, and music composition—where brilliance is viewed as more important than effort, says a co-ed…

Adulthood begins at 25, says new research

The Independent: by Ben Tufft — Kidults” could be a better term for those in their twenties, according to research which suggests that people do not become adults until about…

NSA Prism program taps in to user data of Apple, Google and others

theguardian: by Green Glenwald — Top-secret Prism program claims direct access to servers of firms including Google, Apple and Facebook  • Companies deny any knowledge of program in operation since 2007 …

Woman’s murder sparks outrage in Turkey

CNN: by Joseph Netto and Gul Tuysuz —  Protesters hold a banner reading ‘Ozge, we have suffered with you’ during a demonstration in Ankara Her body was left on a…

Chapel Hill murders: Is Stephen Hicks a terrorist?

The Telegraph: by Padraig Reidy — Is slaughter made more or less awful if we more strictly categorise the perpetrator Deah Shaddy Barakat, his wife Yusor Mohammad and her sister…

Lynching as Racial Terrorism

The New York Times — It is important to remember that the hangings, burnings and dismemberments of black American men, women and children that were relatively common in this country…

Muslim rule and compass: the magic of Islamic geometric design

theguardian: by Alex Bellos — Islamic craftsmen turned geometry into an art form because pictures of people were not allowed in holy places. Dutchman Eric Broug – who lives in…

For Christ’s Sake

Slate.com: by William Saletan — Some Republicans would rather defend Christianity from all criticism than stand clearly against religious violence.  Rick Santorum, speaking here to guests at the Iowa Freedom…

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