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The Holy Quran and the Al-Saud Family

Word for Peace  God says in the Quran: “Those who disbelieve spend their wealth to repel from God’s Path. They will spend it, then it will become a source of sorrow for them, and then they will be defeated. Those who disbelieve will be herded into Hell.” (6:36). We assert the following ideas about this verse in the points below. …

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285 Turkish teachers and families risk forcible deportation and persecution in Pakistan

Word for Peace (Lahore, Paris) Pakistan must protect 285 Turkish nationals from forcible repatriation, arbitrary arrest, and other human rights abuses, FIDH (The Worldwide Human Rights Movement) and its member organization Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) said today. This call follows the deportation of a Turkish family of four on 14 October 2017. “The Pakistani government’s deportation of a …

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MORAL PROHIBITIONS IN HOLY QUR’AN AND BIBLE: AN INTROSPECTION

By JUNAID KHALEEL NURANI, WordForPeace.com If we read both Quran and Bible we can see many similarities. Now let us examine the prohibitions of Bible as in Quran: Wine They ask you the precept of wine and gambling. Say you, ‘in both, there is the great sin and also some worldly profit for the people but their sin is greater …

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A Life of Service: Role of Proper Parenting

Role of Proper Parenting

By Mohammed Farooq When you lead a life that is pleasing to God, you are fulfilling the purpose of human life. How can you please God? By serving and bringing joy to God’s creatures—fellow human beings as well as all other co-creatures—who are suffering in different ways. Through pleasing God by bringing joy to those in need, you experience great …

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Reflections on Good Parenting

By Mesha O, Wordforpeace.com To be a parent is to take on one of the most challenging responsibilities possibleof being the vehicle for providing for the various needs of the child that one has been gifted with by the Creator. Every individual has a number of needs that must be met in an optimum way for his or …

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The Stark Problem of Family Violence: How Does Islam Resolve It?

byGhulam Ghaus amily Violence is a broader term than Domestic Violence. It includes violence between family members, as well as violence between intimate partners. The term Domestic Violence is mostly used to cover violence taking place within intimate relationships in domestic settings. Nevertheless, sometimes both are synonymously used to intrinsically have the same meaning. Hence, this article focuses on the …

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How to Maintain A Happy and Pleasant Married Life?

Ubaid Ansari Hudawi For Word for Peace شادی کے بعد میاں بیوی نے ساری زندگی اکٹھے گزارنا ہوتی ہے اور اکثر جوڑے ان اہم باتوں کو نظر انداز کربیٹھتے ہیں جو کامیاب اور تاعمر رشتے کیلئے ازحد ضروری ہیں۔ اگر آپ شادی شدہ ہیں یا آپ کی شادی ہونے والی ہے تو مندرجہ ذیل باتوں کو اچھی طرح ذہن نشین …

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Violating rights of relatives is the cause of displeasure of God in Islam

Word for Peace Edit Desk English Translation of Al-Quran [46]. Surah Al-Ahqaf [The Curved Sand Hills] Ayat 17. But he who says to his parents: “Fie upon you both! Do you hold out the promise to me that I shall be raised up (again) when generations before me have passed away (without rising)?” While they (father and mother) invoke Allah …

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How Much the Rab, the Creator and Sustainer, love His creations?

By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi, Word for Peace llahs love for His creations is the basic tenet of the spiritual doctrines of Islam. His love for His creations is infinite; all-inclusive and all-encompassing. Not a single creature is exempted from His bountiful grace and divine mercy. From His divine mercy has emanated all forms of love and compassion on earth, because …

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