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Secularists Use Vague Allegations to Avoid Debate

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It’s amazing how unprofessional writers such as Ed Kessler appear when they use the mainstream media to promote their own bigoted and religious views, while attempting to appear fair and expert in the field they talk about.
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Idlib: The Arab Spring’s Last Stand

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The drums of war are beating once again in the battle for Syria. Bashar al-Assad’s forces and his counterparts in Moscow and Tehran are gearing up for what is looking to be the final stand in this 7-year-old battle.
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Lessons from Muhammad Bin Qasim Al-Thaqafi, the Opener

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In 711, Muslim traders sailed across the Indian Ocean from Ceylon near the coast of Sindh, but their ship was looted and they were taken prisoners. The news reached the capital of the Khilafah, when the Khalifah was Alwaleed bin Abd al-Malik. He sent a letter to Hajjaj bin Yusuf, the governor of Iraq, requesting him to ask the rulers of Sindh to apologise for this act and mobilize to…
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Oh Sincere Dawah Carriers

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To the pious sister Romana and sister Roshan and the many others who are experiencing severe difficulties for the sole reason of being a carrier of the Islamic dawah.
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25 July Elections: The Situation in Pakistan Demands Abolition of Democracy

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On July 25 2018, the general elections took place in Pakistan. The elections provided an object lesson of what the essence of democracy is. The candidates are virtually expected to lie, make false promises and practise all manner of deceit, to bring all kinds of influence to bear on the voters, which include claims of belonging to the same biradri or clan, area or religious sect and claims that other…
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Empathy needs to be Defined by Divine Ruling

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An important character trait that is nurtured and cultivated by the Islamic Aqeedah is empathy. Empathy is described as the ability to understand and share the feelings of the other. It is the process of doing one’s best to understand what it feels like to be in the situation of the other.
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