• Taj Mahal: ‘Symbol of India’ or mere Muslim tomb?

    Published on : 18 10 2017

    Taj Mahal is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, attracting more than six million tourists a year. It attracts more tourists than any place in India, but the monument it seems is out of favour from the government of Uttar Pradesh (UP), where it is located.

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  • Ethnic Cleansing of the Rohingya

    Published on : 13 09 2017

    Myanmar is in the middle of the latest episode of violence targeting the Rohingya, the country’s largest Muslim minority.

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  • Ongoing Situation & Challenges

    Published on : 24 08 2017

    Banks are considered among the vital arteries of the present societies and one of the main pillars of the contemporary economy.

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  • Curriculum of Islamic Seminaries Needs Revision

    Published on : 02 08 2017

    The rector of Darululoom Zahedan pointed out to important points about the curriculum of Islamic seminaries in the Indian sub-continent and their followers in Iran and other countries.

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  • Shaikh Ab. Hamid’s Advice to Ulama

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    The rector and principal of Darululoom Zahedan, the biggest Islamic seminary in Iran, talked to dozens of rectors and teachers of Islamic seminary, imams of mosques and Khateebs at the Grand Makki mosque on 26th July, 2017.

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  • Zakir Naik: Why India wants to arrest the preacher

    Published on : 24 05 2017

    He has 16 million followers on Facebook, 150,000 on Twitter and has given more than 4,000 lectures on Islam across the world. But Zakir Abdul Karim Naik, the popular televangelist and Islamic preacher, is now wanted by the Indian authorities.

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  • Europe seems intent on making Islamophobia law

    Published on : 19 03 2017

    Islam and Muslims are no longer welcome in Europe. If that message wasn’t already clear to most people it has been set in to law this week by EU judges. The decision by the European Court of Justice to allow employers to ban staff from wearing the headscarf seems certain to only further marginalise and […]

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  • The influences against hijab

    Published on : 11 03 2017

    Imam Muhammad Zahid al-Kawthari (1879-1951, Cairo), the last Deputy Sheikh al-Islam of the Ottoman Empire, explained in his article on Hijab al-Mar’ah (Women’s Hijab, meaning to cover her body completely with loose clothing, not the modern misconception of the hijab as a “head scarf”):

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  • Don’t Matter If You’re Black Or White

    Published on : 15 01 2017

    It is human nature that everyone reacts in some way or the other when they meet people from different backgrounds. And often people jump to assumptions and make judgements regarding someone’s ethnicity. Not only this, certain people tend to devalue others’ identity and label them on the basis of their colour, cast, creed and sometimes […]

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  • A Look into Life of a Successful American Muslim Journalist

    Published on : 22 12 2016

    Early Years Bilal Abdul Kareem was born in 1970 in the US state of New York. There he grew up in a small suburb playing baseball and attending church services on Sunday. While still in primary school, he entered into an oratorical contest wherein he won 1st prize for his recitation of former US President […]

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