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Pakistan’s ‘unreformed’ madrassa enterprise

  The civilian government in Pakistan continues to remain reluctant towards implementing the madrassa reform proposals which probably are the most essential part of the National Action Plan (NAP), the country’s 20 point strategy to fight extremism.   While the state’s counter terrorism plan known as NAP has entered its third year, the government remains adamant from recognising the fact that unless the allegedly militancy oriented system of madrassa education, which primarily focuses on indoctrination of young minds with religious dogmas, is uprooted from Pakistan the state will ...
  10 hours ago

Yemen children dream of school as war keeps them out

  Roua Ahmed's classes ended abruptly when her school in Yemen was bombed, but she still clings to her dream of getting an education.The war has since killed around ...
  24 hours ago

London attack: A reminder not to feed snakes

  Terror returned to the streets of London on Wednesday, injecting further tension into an already fraught series of debates playing out across the international ...
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Nearly 7 Million Suffering famine in War-Torn Yemen

  Nearly seven million people in Yemen are reportedly facing famine as the war-ravaged nation declines into further disarray.     “We are seeing the ...
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Can Pakistan enact legislation preventing terrorists to enter in Politics?

      Pakistan has been fairly prolific in outlawing extremist organisations, particularly after a slew of them were banned in the aftermath of 9/11.    But ...
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Famine looms in Yemen: Saudia bombing intentionally targets food production

      Saudi forces backed by the United States are intentionally targeting food production and the agricultural sector in their bombing campaign in Yemen, according to a leading expert.      In some parts of the impoverished country, the Saudi-led coalition is using a “scorched-earth strategy,” says a scholar who specializes in agriculture in Yemen. “The coalition was and is targeting intentionally food production, not simply agriculture in the fields,” Martha Mundy, a professor emeritus at the London School of Economics, told Salon.     Since ...
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Who was behind the assassination attempt on Sayyed Muqtada al-Sadr?

  Some credible rumors are circulating in Iraqi circles, relayed to IUVM by well-informed sources, that Sayyed Muqtada al-Sadr’s assassination attempt, which he spoke of in his speech a few days ago, whose plans were laid out in the USA, was in favor of Saudi-Qatari-Baathist-American ...
  10 hours ago

Mustapha Hamdan Martyred – Another Extra-Judicial Killing in Bahrain

  Mustapha Hamdan who was shot in the head when masked gunmen opened fire on the Diraz sit-in earlier this year has succumbed to his injuries.   The family of the 18-year old confirmed that he died in hospital on Thursday night after being in a coma for 58 ...
  24 hours ago

Erdogan: European leaders are Nazis

  On March 18, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan while addressing a ruling AKP rally, launched a scathing attack on European leaders, saying: If they were not ashamed, they would revive gas chambers for Muslims.     Frankly, I’m not surprised ...
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Killing innocent Yemenis: Hadi deserves  more than the death sentence

      A Yemen court in capital has sentenced President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi to death for high treason in absentia, the rebel news agency has said.   Yemen on Sunday marked the second anniversary of a Saudi-led coalition starting air strikes against the Huthi rebels in support of Hadi’s government, after the popular forces overran the capital Sanaa.     The court found Hadi guilty of “usurping the title of president after the end of his term in office” in February 2014, “instigating attacks by Saudi Arabia” and “undermining the independence and ...
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An act of dignity: Iran announces sanctions on 15 US companies

  Iran has announced retaliatory sanctions on 15 American companies over their support for Israeli crimes and terrorism two days after Washington imposed bans on dozens of foreign companies or individuals for aiding the Islamic Republic.   The Iranian Foreign ...
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The Optics of Blasphemy

    On Wednesday, the Interior Minister took this further sating: “I have called a meeting on Friday and have invited ambassadors of Muslim countries so we can tackle this very important issue of blasphemy as a united Ummah.   ” Envoys from Muslim ...
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Saudi Arabia losses after two years of aggression on Yemen

      The severe human and material loss suffered by the invaders and mercenaries is shocking for analysts and military experts which was made possible by the acquired know-how and operational hand-on experience in the battlefields acquired by the Yemeni ...
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Pak-India water talks resume today

American Muslim teens learn to disarm Islamophobia

The Denationalization of American Muslims

Western Muslims and the future of Islam in West

Elected committee of Muslims should protect Islam’s holy sites

What are the rewards of following the Prophet of Islam (PBUH) and Imam Ali (AS)?

Nowruz celebrations to begin on Monday

Islamic European Union of Shia Scholars condemns Sheikh Isa Qassim’s trial in Bahrain

Western Muslims and the future of Islam in West

Facebook delegation to visit Pakistan for talks over blasphemous content

Donald Trump Muslim ban: Google, Apple and other tech giants mysteriously drop off list of companies opposing order

Measuring discrimination in America against Christians and Muslims

Govt to ensure removal of blasphemous material from Facebook: Nisar

IT IS MY TURN – by Agha Shaukat Jafri

Pakistan should shut down hardline Deobandi schools: US Congressman Ed Royce

Nawaz establishment camp VS Anti-Nawaz establishment camp: There Is no difference in both camps – Aamir Hussaini

Panama ruling is likely by Friday: AGP

Questions about women’s sport / the Grand Ayatollah Sistani’s answers

European Court hijab ruling cements Muslims’ second-class status

Bahraini court sentences two activists to 5-year jail over burning tires

Russia: Panel discussion addresses misconceptions of Muslims

Pride and Prejudice: Is our community coming undone?

How Orientalism Pitted Hindus against Muslims in India?

US Support For Saudi in Yemen Conflict “Unbreakable”

Sheikh Akhtari urges int’l community to take responsibilities over Bahraini crisis

Al Khalifah revoked citizenship of 133 dissidents in 2016: HRW

US send troops to Syria – Shafaqna Institute’s interview

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