Tuesday , 20 March 2018

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Past Iran President Ahmadinejad Blasts Iran’s Mullahs

In a stunning turnabout with broad potential implications for Iran’s religious-based government, former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has launched an unprecedented drumbeat of thinly veiled criticisms targeting the nation’s “supreme leader,” the cleric Ayatollah Khamenei – a figure previously considered all but invulnerable to political criticism. In a stunning turnabout with broad potential implications for Iran’s religious-based government, former Iranian ... Read More »

Indonesia’s Ideological Convergence: Emerging Trend In Islamic Regulations? – Analysis

There is an emerging ideological convergence among activists from different Indonesian Islamic groups toward a more Shariah-oriented outlook. Such a convergence can be seen from the joint efforts of these activists to enact local Islamic regulations in various Indonesian regions. By Alexander R Arifianto* Since the Defending Islam rallies in late 2016 and early 2017, there is a perception of ... Read More »

US trying to pit Muslim nations against each other: Maulana Sherani

Former Council of Islamic Ideology chairman Maulana Mohammad Khan Sherani has said that the United States is hatching a conspiracy to pit brotherly nations against each another. “The US is trying to use Ummah as a tool to win its war on terror and establish control over the entire world,” said the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl central leader while speaking at the ... Read More »

Europe’s Muslim population projected to increase by 50m by 2050 in ‘high migration’ scenario

Even if all immigration stops numbers will continue to grow over next few decades, Pew Research Centre says The Muslim population in some European countries could triple as a percentage by 2050, research suggests. Even if all immigration to the continent stops, Europe’s Muslim population will continue to grow over the next few decades, a Pew Research Centre report found. Using ... Read More »

Iceland male circumcision ban: MP behind plan ‘didn’t think it was necessary to consult’ Jewish and Muslim groups, amid growing anger

Religious leaders have reacted with outrage to a bill proposed by MPs in Iceland that would criminalise male circumcision. The bill proposes a six-year prison term for anyone found guilty of “removing sexual organs in whole or in part”. Salmann Tamimi, president of the Muslim Association of Iceland, described the proposal as an “attack on religion”.Circumcising girls has been illegal ... Read More »

Legendary Footballer Bhaichung Bhutia Quits Trinamool Congress

One of Indian football’s modern day greats Bhaichung Bhutia has announced that he will no longer continue with his career in politics. Bhutia, who had joined the All India Trinamool Congress in West Bengal has contested elections twice. The legendary striker took to social media to announce his decision and tweeted, “As of today I have officially resigned from the ... Read More »

‘Why we run a boarding house for puppies’

Housemates Darcy O’Gara, Steven Luong and Richard Dix are all volunteer dog boarders. They have full-time jobs at the same firm, but also look after string of part-time puppies. Puppy boarding is one way charities are dealing with spiralling waiting lists for guide dogs and assistance dogs – which cost £55,000 to train and care for during their lifetime. “We’ve ... Read More »

Two charged over Coventry brothers crash deaths

A man and woman have been charged with causing death by dangerous driving following a crash which killed two young brothers in Coventry. Corey and Casper Platt-May – aged six and two – were heading to a park when they were hit by a car on Thursday. Robert Brown, 53, and Gwendoline Harrison, 41, are due to appear before Coventry ... Read More »

Will Operation Raddul Fasaad be effective?

Within hours of the Sehwan attack, terrorist hideouts are magically discovered all over the country and over a hundred “militants” are killed across Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and the tribal belt. Yet another military operation, by the name of “Raddul Fasaad” (“elimination of discord/violence/mischief”) is announced. I don’t know about you but I’ll tell you what I’m feeling; it’s ... Read More »

PM launches education reforms programme in Islamabad

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Friday launched his Educational Reforms Programme aimed at upgrading facilities in 422 schools and colleges in the Federal Capital. Prime Minister Sharif unveiled the plaque of the programme at the Federal College for Women, Panjgaran Chak Shahzad. Under the Programme the facilities of science and IT labs, libraries, sports, better class rooms and play areas would ... Read More »