Economy

Nicaragua to expel United Nations team after critical report

WordForPeace.com Guillermo Fernandez Maldonado, chief of the UN’s human rights mission in Nicaragua, said in a news conference Friday that he and his team would leave the country Saturday. The government of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega is expelling a United Nations human rights team two days after the body published a report blaming it for the violent repression of opposition …

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UN human-rights council’s final verdict on Rohingyas

WordForPeace.com Aug 28th 2018 A year on from the start of the assault by Myanmar’s army on the Muslim Rohingya of Rakhine state, the UN human-rights council has finally issued its verdict. It is as damning as it is comprehensive. It is unequivocal about the fact there is fully enough evidence to try Burmese army commanders for the most serious …

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Mosque gives shelter to Hindu families displaced by Kerala floods

WordForPeace.com Sending a message of communal amity, a mosque in Kerala’s Malappuram district has provided shelter and food to several Hindu families displaced by the massive floods, while groups of Muslim men have assisted in cleaning two Hindu shrines affected by the deluge. The Juma Masjid, located at Akampadam in Chaliyar village in northern Malappuram, has virtually turned into a …

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البيئة والطبعية:كيف يسلم الناس من المشقة On man and environmental protection

WordForPeace.com معلوم لدى الجميع بل أن الاسلام قد اهتم واعتبربشأن البيئة إعتبارا تاما واهتماما اكتراثيا. ولقد خلق الله عز وجل هذه الكائنات كلها كما يقول تعالى شأنه ‘الله الذي خلق السماوات والارض’ ولذا لما شكل الله تعالى الدستور الكامل لعباده والقوانين لمخلوقاته جعله على حيثية إعتبار بالبيئة والطبعية. وقد خلق الله السكان في هذه التربة أن يشكر الله ويعبده بأحسن …

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Biased Courts of Gilgit-Baltistan: A miscarriage of justice | Word For Peace

WordForPeace.com This month is important to the people of Gilgit-Baltistan, who celebrate the rebellion of the Gilgit Scouts against Dogra rulers that paved the way for annexation to Pakistan 65 years ago. However, many now question the decision to allow Pakistan control over the disputed region. Given the situation, there is a concerted increase and sense of urgency for the number of …

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Do PRIDE and Don’t TIE to Invest

WordForPeace.com Simple do’s and don’ts while investing in the share market The initial plunge of Investing in stock market is always a tough ride for new or amateur investors. It is advisable to take a lot of time before people feel comfortable with stock market investing. Though the core concept of investing in Share Markets is simple, there are a …

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Imran Khan promise to make Pakistan Medina-like welfare state

WordForPeace.com “My inspiration comes from the last Prophet who set up an ideal welfare state in Medina. I want Pakistan to become like that. A humanistic not an animalistic state,” he said in a speech made from Bani Gala in Islamabad that was broadcast via video link. Khan said his guiding principles will be the same adopted by the last …

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Will Imran Khan mend ways on Kashmir?

WordForPeace.com July 27, 2018 By Syed Ata Hussain If one has to go by Imran Khan’s statement, after the establishment of his near certain future status as prime minister of Pakistan, most analysts in India would dismiss them as platitudes. We have heard much of these before, but not to be missed is the fact that early enough, Imran has …

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