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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.

Losing My Religion

Huff Post: by Karl Wilder — When I was a little boy, I was taught to love Jesus. Jesus would save me from sin and guarantee my place in heaven.…

Imran Khan Threatens to Storm PM House if Sharif Refuses To Quit

The Indian Express — ISLAMABAD: Pakistan opposition leader Imran Khan has threatened to storm Prime Minister House if Nawaz Sharif refuses to step down by this evening, as thousands of…

Is the World Falling Apart?

ceip.org: by Thomas Carothers, Lina Khatib, Marwan Muasher, Douglas H. Paal, Andrew S Weiss — The world can be an awfully dangerous and unpredictable place. As news was breaking that…

Is There a Crisis in Pakistan?

The Diplomat: by Hamza Mannan — Pakistan’s last election brought Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to power with a sweeping mandate. That was supposed to consolidate the democratic process for the…

Israeli court allows protesters to picket Palestinian-Jewish wedding

theguardian: by Orlando Crowcroft — An estimated 10,000 people attend a rally for peace in Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square. Photograph: Sharron Ward/Demotix/Corbis A Palestinian man and his Jewish bride-to-be are…

Enough lies, the Arab body politic created the ISIS cancer

Alarabiya: by Hisham Melham — Most people are averse to introspection, and rarely engage in self-criticism. Arabs are no different. However, the political culture that developed in the Arab World…

The telegenically dead

Aljazeera: by Sarah Kendzior Why Israel and its supporters fear Gaza’s dead. In the beginning, they were the “telegenically killed”. That is what Charles Krauthammer, in his July 17 article…

‘He was killed because of his faith,’ sister of slain doctor says at Muslim sect’s peace conference in Harrisburg

pennlive.com: by Julianne Mattera — Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA’s 66th annual weekend peace convention, the Jalsa Salana, continues at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg on Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014.…

Put Down Your Weapons And Promote Peace

Huff Post: by Palmer Chinchen — The news footage from Ferguson is dominated by military-clad police with weapons trained on unarmed protesters. It looks like Mosul or Gaza, or worse,…

Liberia: Ahmadiyya Muslims Present Checks to Fight Ebola

All Africa — The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association in the United Kingdom has donated two checks, totaling ten thousand British Pounds (£10,000.00) to the government of Liberia to assist in the…

Court orders Sri Lanka to stop deporting Pakistani asylum seekers

Reuters: Reporting by Ranga Sirilal; Writing by Shihar Aneez; Editing by Larry King COLOMBO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A Sri Lankan court on Friday ordered authorities to stop deporting Pakistani asylum…

The minority Pakistani

Dawn.com: by Faisal Bari — Ahmadis have been hounded out of jobs; they have been booked for ‘preaching’ their religion; they have been asked to remove Quranic verses from their…

Caliphate? What an Islamic state means to British Muslims

BBC.co.uk: by Catrin Nye and Athar Ahmad —  When the extremist group Isis (now known as Islamic State or IS) declared a caliphate taking in parts of Syria and Iraq…

Unbearable heaviness of being

The Express Tribune: by Ayesha Siddiqa — As the state celebrates its 67th birthday, there is an absence of a natural sense of exaltation. The sense of weariness is not due…

Pakistan aids persecution of Ahmadi Muslims by extremists

Telegrapgh.co.uk: by Adam Walker — For most Muslims, Eid marks the happy end to a month of fasting and spiritual development. It is a day filled with prayers, warm embraces…

Praying for Peace

Huff Post: by Fr. Peter-Michael Preble — I try not to choose sides especially in events that do not directly involve me or events that are so complex I do…

How Religion Affects Children’s Judgment of What Is Real and What Is Pretend

Huff Post: by Kathleen Corriveau — Some media reports about our research have said, on the basis of these results, that religious children cannot tell fact from fiction. We doubt…

To break bread or to boycott: that’s Muslim Australia’s choice

theguardian: by Joseph Wakim — Many Muslim Australians watched with horror as their American counterparts were humiliated at Barack Obama’s annual Iftar dinner at the White House on 14 July,…

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