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Our “Muslim leaders” have the opposite concept of Al Wala Wal Bara

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The evil which is taking place in Yemen is clear for all to see. It has become a “living hell” for children, to put it in the words of Geert Cappelaere, the regional director for Unicef. A place where an estimated 130 children die every day from starvation and disease. The situation will most likely worsen, with intensifying fighting and a continuing blockade on the country’s ports of entry.
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Asia Bibi Case and the Crisis of the Unnatural State

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Natural states can be defined in a general manner as those which reflect a general consensus of the masses as to how they would be governed. A general measure of independence of a state would be that all actions of the state are free from cultural, political and military influence of other states.
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There is no Double Game with the US, Pakistan is its Subordinate State

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For some time, Pakistan’s successive regimes have been claiming that they are playing a “double game” with US, to quell anger over continual compromises of the interests of the Muslims of Pakistan, for the sake of fulfilling Washington’s demands. Irate public statements by the US, scolding Pakistani officials in relation to the Afghan war theatre and the issue of the Afghan Taliban, may create this impression.
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The Jamal Khashoggi Murder: Competing in Hypocrisy

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Khashoggi’s fiancée speaks to a Turkish TV channel about her decline to Trump’s offer to visit the White House and about the day when the Saudi journalist was killed. Hatice Cengiz declined an offer to meet with Trump saying she didn't feel he was sincere in his condemnation.
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The Secret of Love, Harmony and Respect in Married Life

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In the marriages of the Prophet (saw) was love, harmony and respect. The Prophet (saw) was righteous to his wives and not dictatorial, for justice is the most important duty of a man to his wife. He had a very honorable relationship with them, played, joked, helped in the household when he could, and taught them lessons.
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KHILAFAH: THE HIGHEST STRUGGLE TO PROTECT MUSLIM FAMILIES

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The emerging awareness of Muslim Ummah to return to the teachings of Islam is evident in the efforts of Muslim families to protect their family members from the influence of secularism and liberalism. These efforts are being undertaken at all levels, for example, the Islamic parenting movement has become a new trend for many young Muslim families in Indonesia nowadays.
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How Family Life and Motherhood was Protected under the Islamic Law of the Ottoman Khilafah

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The family is the most important institution demonstrating whether a society is civilized or not, or to which extent it is civilized." (Prof. Dr. Saffet Köse, Genetiğiyle Oynanmış Kavramlar ve Aile Medeniyetinin Sonu, p. 64) Marriage is both a physical need and the basic foundation for spiritual development. Marriage contributes to the upbringing of good (khayr) generations by providing legitimate measures
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