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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.

Peel School Board lowers flag and expresses support for those affected by Pakistan’s school tragedy

apnahub.ca — Canadians and people all over the world are expressing shock as the Pakistani city of Peshawar began burying its dead after an attack at a school that killed…

John Howard: gun laws make Australia safer, not a ‘nation of victims’

ABC News: by Alexandra Kirk — NICK GRIMM: It was former prime minister John Howard who took on the gun lobby in 1996 in the wake of the Port Arthur…

Pakistan attack reveals the truth about terrorism: it kills more poor Muslims than rich westerners

theguardian: by Ben Doherty — Those who suffer most from Islamist extremism are not people in rich western nations, but other poor Muslims. This is the fundamental truth that obliterates…

‘I SAW DEATH’

Newsweek: by A Majeed — A SURVIVOR OF THE TALIBAN ATTACK ON THE ARMY PUBLIC SCHOOL IN PESHAWAR RECALLS THE TERRIFYING ORDEAL. A teenage survivor of Tuesday’s Taliban attack on…

Map shows world’s ‘most racist’ countries (and the answers may surprise you)

Mail Online: by Hugo Gye — Jordan and India named the world’s least tolerant countries U.S., Britain, Canada and South America are among the least racist Survey asks people if…

Can Muslim Youth Counter Extremism?

Huff Post: by Amaar Ahmad — The recent Senate Report on the use of torture by the CIA will no doubt be used by Muslim extremists to conclude that the…

Ahmadiyya Muslims back Australian drive against jihadist radicalisation

The Australian News: by Rowan Callick — Mirza Ramzan Sharif is the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association’s external affairs secretary. AUSTRALIA’S Islamic community “must ask with one voice if it is doing…

UK torture inquiry could summon Blair and Straw

Epigraph: No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.  Article 5 of  the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Source: The Guardian By Rowena Mason…

The evangelical giftwrapping of Islamophobia marches on

theguardian: Giles Fraser —- It’s depressing that a decade after I wrote about a Christian charity’s thinly disguised Islamophobia, they’re still at it Franklin Graham (second from right) leads his…

Guantánamo prisoners released to Uruguay: ‘We are so happy to be here’

theguardian: by Uki Goni — Six former US detainees who were never charged with a crime, were flown to Uruguay on Sunday to begin new lives as refugees Cori Crider,…

Student Creates First Ever Man-Made Biological Leaf

HigherPerspective: — The “first man-made biological leaf” could enable humans to colonise space from Dezeen on Vimeo. Another hurdle to prolonged interstellar travel has been passed. RCA Graduate Julian Melchiorri has developed a biological leaf…

‘Mary in Islam’ is focus of Saturday event

The Columbus Dispatch: by JoAnne Viviano — When Nadia Mirza is asked in school why she wears a head covering, she sometimes thinks of Mary, the mother of Jesus. The Muslim…

UNICEF: ‘Never in recent memory have so many children been subjected to such unspeakable brutality’

The Washington Post: by Nick Kirkpatrick  — Esther Tokpah, an 11-year-old orphan in Monrovia, Liberia, who lost both parents to Ebola.  A new report released on Monday by UNICEF declares 2014 a…

Stop believing the lies: America tortured more than ‘some folks’ – and covered it up

theguardian: by Trevor Timm — It wasn’t that bad, we’ve been told, over and over again, for more than a decade. “We only waterboarded three people” goes the line American…

Report fellow students on road to terrorism, Ottawa imam urges

Ottawa Citizen: by Chris Cobb — Ottawa Imam Imtiaz Ahmed, leader of Stop the CrISIS, an initiative to counter the radicalization of Canada’s Muslim youth, says new converts — like…

Thought-provoking ideas in religious studies

theguardian —  Pupils from St Marylebone school, London, attend a multi-faith assembly in church. It would be a grave disservice to students “to ditch religious studies in school” (Loose canon,…

Typhoon Ruby leaves at least 8 dead in Visayas

ABS-CBN — MANILA (UPDATED) – Typhoon Ruby (international name Hagupit) has left  at least 8 people dead in the Visayas, authorities said late Sunday night. The National Disaster Risk Reduction…

9 Things Remarkably Successful People Never Do

Inc.com: by Jeff Haden — Stay at your mental and emotional best by avoiding a few common habits and beliefs. Possibly you’ve stopped paying attention. Or possibly you’ve fallen into bad…

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