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Singapore arrests eight Bangladeshis accused of terror plot

Singapore arrests eight Bangladeshis accused of terror plot Singapore says it has arrested eight Bangladeshi men accused of plotting terror attacks in Bangladesh. Singapore’s Ministry of Home Affairs said they were members of a group set up in March called Islamic State in Bangladesh (ISB). The men, aged 26 to 34, had been working in the construction and marine industries. ... Read More »

Islamic Education in Asia

Islamic Education in Asia In recent years attention has focused on Islamic educational institutions in Asia, often called madaris (pl. of madrasah), and what role they may play in spreading extremist ideology and inspiring terrorist attacks around the region. Beyond the fact that a small minority of schools propagate a radical version of Islam, relatively little was known about the ... Read More »

Islam: the intersection of religion and politics

Islam: the intersection of religion and politics As Muslims observe Ramadan-the month during which they engage in daylight-hours fasts-can they also abstain from the fear and fragmentation tugging at Islam? When the Kurds of northern Iraq referred to President George Bush after the Gulf War, they took to sign language and signed a cross. Aid workers in the region learned ... Read More »

EMPLOYER -EMPLOYEE OBLIGATIONS IN ISLAM

EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE OBLIGATIONS Islam has a set of basic rules and regulations for employer and employee to run their affairs.  Prophet Mohammad (Peace be upon him) practiced and also taught these people during his time.  He founded a society where employer and employee enjoyed benefits of these basic rules.  1400 after years from his death, these basic rules still exists as ... Read More »

US Muslims told to ‘stay strong’ after Trump win

Muslims civil rights leader Nihad Awad urges Trump to ensure rights of minorities regardless of ethnic, religious background World Bulletin / News Desk The head of a leading civil rights organization has urged Muslim Americans to “stay strong” following the election of Donald Trump. Trump made a number of Islamophobic remarks during his presidential campaign, including his infamous demand that ... Read More »

Islamist hyperextremism’ could bring world to brink of catastrophe – report

Catholic charity says the kind of religiously motivated violence espoused by Isis has led to attacks in one in five countries in last two years A new and deadly wave of Islamist “hyperextremism” is undermining global peace and stability with an impact felt in the Middle East, Africa and the west, according to a new report that calls for urgent ... Read More »

Trump and a Muslim registry: does he want one – and is it even possible?

The president-elect has signalled support for tracking Muslims in the US – an idea that has a precedent of sorts but which is probably unconstitutional Throughout his presidential campaign, Donald Trump made clear his intent to pursue aggressive tactics against Muslims as part of his approach to national security. The most prominent was his proposal to ban all Muslim immigration ... Read More »

Thailand: Soldier killed, 3 injured in bomb attack in south

BANGKOK (AA): One soldier was killed and three others were injured Wednesday in an early morning explosion in Thailand’s Muslim majority south. The incident was the latest in a series of violent attacks in the insurgency-plagued region, although there has been a marked decrease in the level of violence in the last few years. Police Lieutenant-Colonel Shinawat Wetayakorn of Yala ... Read More »

Ghulam Nabi Azad condemns Jammu terror strike

New Delhi, Nov 30 : Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad on Wednesday condemned the terror strike on the army base in Nagrota in Jammu and Kashmir where seven army personnel were killed. “I pay my homage to the brave officers and soldiers who lost their lives in the attack. My heart goes out to their families ... Read More »

Did not misuse funds, could have created lakhs of terrorists: Zakir Naik

Mumbai: Controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik on Sunday claimed that there has been no misuse of funds by his banned NGO and rejected all allegations of involvement in terror-related activities. Remaining non-committal on returning to India, where he has been booked for hate speech and under anti-terror law UAPA, the 51-year-old televangelist, who is currently abroad, said he has repeatedly ... Read More »