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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.

Why the first mission to Mars should only have female astronauts

National Post: by Kate greene Slate — Courtesy of Sian ProctorAuthor Kate Greene seen during the fake mission to Mars. In February of 1960, the American magazine Look ran a…

Burka segregation in Parliament reversed by Speaker Bronwyn Bishop

abc.net: by Emma Griffiths — PHOTO Senate President Stephen Parry faced a grilling during a committee hearing this morning.   A move to force Muslim women who cover their faces…

Neither a Burqa nor a Bikini

Source: The Huffington Post By Zehra Mehdi-Barlas, Media Relations Manager, Communications Specialist and certified news-junkie   Yes, I was fortunate enough to be born in a country and into a family…

Na’ima B Robert: Where are all the Muslim characters in children’s fiction?

theguardian: by Na’ima Robert — The history of Islam has impacted the history of our world in more ways than you can imagine – here Na’ima B Robert suggests some…

Bashing Macaulay- by Yasser Latif Hamdani

Daily Times: by Yasser Latif Hamdani — When the English were building courtrooms, hospitals, mental asylums, schools and universities, rulers in the subcontinent of India were busy building mausoleums, gardens…

The Reason You Can’t Always Hear the Moderate Muslim Voices

Huff Post: by Atiya Abawi — Every day I hear and see the calls for moderate Muslims to speak out and stand up to extremism. And moderate Muslims should and…

Together we can conquer hatred

Source: The Guardian By Michael Haines and Barbara Henning, October 17, 2014 Tomorrow afternoon a memorial service will be held for David Haines, one of the three Britons kidnapped by…

Japanese cuisine under attack from Western food; chefs fight back with school programs

abc.net.au: by Mathew Carney — Japan has already seen steep increases in diet-related diseases such as diabetes. “People take in too much fat with Western foods and get diseases,” Dr Eguchi…

Most Muslim Americans See No Justification for Violence

Gallup.com: by Nicole Naurath — Muslims Americans more likely than other faith groups to reject attacks on civilians ABU DHABI — Muslim Americans are the staunchest opponents of military attacks on…

Muslim women say the ‘ban the burqa’ debate is inspiring positive conversation in Adelaide

Adelaidenow.com: by Amy Moran — Kathryn Jones, of Park Holme, with son Bilal, 4, says the recent controversy over the proposed burqa ban in Parliament House has made Muslim women…

Top Japanese General on ISIS: ‘Terrorism Is Never Tolerated’

FP.com: by John Hudson — SHARE + Japan isn’t the first country that comes to mind when discussing the growing phenomenon of foreign fighters flocking to Syria to join the…

How to keep your brain healthy

theguardian: by Ann Robinson —  A brain ready for dissection. Photograph: Graeme Robertson/Guardian   Neuroscience research got a huge boost last week with news of Professor John O’Keefe’s Nobel prize for work…

Why play is important to us all

theguardian: by Lauren Laverne — Life is a serious business. But new research shows that the way to get the most out of it is to be more playful. So…

A letter from Dr Abdus Salam to Malala

Dawn.com: by Faraz Talat — You were mocked and alienated by your countrymen, when you did nothing wrong. I know something of that. Disclaimer: the blog post below is an…

Is Kim Jong-un’s sister now the power behind the North Korean throne?

theguardian: by Enjoli Liston — As the secretive state’s leader remains out of the public eye, analysts wonder if Kim Yo-jong has assumed the leadership  The North Korean leader Kim…

Covering Up With The Hijab May Aid Women’s Body Image

npr.org: by Michaeleen Doucleff — A contentious piece of clothing: Members of the Iranian women’s soccer team celebrate their win over Syria back in 2007. That year, the international soccer…

The time is right for Britain to recognise the Palestinian state

theguardian: by Vincent Fean — ast week the prime minister of Israel announced yet more illegal settlements in the West Bank, cutting off Bethlehem from Jerusalem – a wholly negative act.…

Rise in cases of ritual child abuse linked to witchcraft beliefs reported, say police

theguardian —  Kristy Bamu, who was 15 when he was tortured and drowned on Christmas Day 2010 because a relative believed he was a witch. Photograph: Metropolitan police/PA More cases…

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