Jihadism

Social media: New ways of extremist indoctrination سوشل میڈیا : تباہی کے دلچسپ اورنئے دہانے

WordForPeace.com عبد المعید ازہری آج پوری دنیا میں 246؍بلین صارفین انٹرنیٹ کے ذریعہ سوشل میڈیا سے جڑے ہو ئے ہیں۔ ہندوستان میں انٹرنیٹ کے صارفین کی تعداد تقریباً 460؍ملین ہے۔ جس میں سے 196؍ملین ہندوستانی سوشل میڈیا جیسے کہ فیس بک، واٹس اپ ایپ، ٹویٹر جیسے دوسرے پلیٹ فارم پر فعال ہیں۔ لیکن گذشتہ برسوں میں دوسرے سائنسی ایجادات کی …

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Fight extremism in all forms and manifestations: Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi

WordForPeace.com On September 3, 2018, the World Sufi Forum (WSF), an apex body of Indian Sufi-oriented Muslims, wrote a letter to the UN Secretary, the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC), European Union (EU) and other international bodies. In this letter, the WSF called for enacting the international laws against disrespecting holy Prophets and sacred personalities. This letter has been written in …

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The abduction and killing of policemen and soldiers in Kashmir

WordForPeace.com The abduction and killing of policemen and soldiers in the Kashmir Valley is not new. Neither will the killings of three off-duty policemen of different stripes – one was a trainee, another was a special police officer and the third an inspector – be the last. In fact the trainee cop was killed in the same area where the …

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“Stop philosophizing” say Egyptians: Do philosophers have answers to Egypt’s current challenges?

WordForPeace.com CAIRO — “Stop philosophizing” say Egyptians to indicate their irritation and boredom when they are treated to a long didactic monologue. To that end, a group of philosophy professors from the American University in Cairo (AUC) started a project in 2017 that aims to change the common belief that philosophy is didactic, boring, elitist and irrelevant to daily life. “Philosophy in Arabic” is a …

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What Islamic Theology of Counter Terrorism is and how it works!

WordForPeace.com Before I provide the details of what Islamic Theology of Counter Terrorism is and how it works, I need to go back in the day to furnish the entire history about how Islamism/Jihadism (Political Islam) was devised to accomplish the political ends by the western and some regional Islamic powers.  This is part one of the topic of The …

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Poor Children aged 12 to 18, in ‘Azad Kashmir’, Gilgit Baltistan and Dir District victimised by prostitution

WordForPeace.com SALMAN ASHRAF Child prostitution has become a common phenomenon in twin cities under the nose of the government, conversely, bus stands and surrounded filthy inns are known for such taboo activities. Pirwadhai Bus Stand, Mandi Morr Bus Stand and the famous Faizabad Bus Stand are the names of few notorious places which facilitate clientele indulged in such fetishes. According …

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Pakistan: Surge in Attacks on Schools | Human Rights Watch: Why Pak Fails to Protect Students, Teachers from Violence?

WordForPeace.com (New York) – Alleged militants attacked and burned down at least 12 schools in Diamer district of Pakistan’s Gilgit-Baltistan region early on August 3, 2018, Human Rights Watch said today. At least half were girls’ schools. No group has claimed responsibility for the attacks. The Pakistani government should take urgent measures to make schools safer, and fairly prosecute those responsible for attacks …

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Malala Yousafzai condemns arson attack on girls’ schools in Gilgit-Baltistan

WordForPeace.com Peshawar: Youngest ever Nobel laureate and education activist Malala Yousafzai has strongly condemned the burning down of 12 schools, half of them all-girls’, in Pakistan, saying the “extremists” have shown that a “girl with a book” frightens them the most. The schools were burnt down late Friday by unidentified assailants in coordinated attacks in Pakistan’s Gilgit-Baltistan, triggering protest by local …

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Girls schools on the target in Gilgit-Baltistan | Pakistan-Geo TV

WordForPeace.com CHILAS: At least 12 girls’ schools were attacked in Chilas, about 130 kilometres from Gilgit late Thursday night, police sources told Geo News. Unidentified men attacked 12 girls’ schools across Diamer district and damaged school property, according to the police. The attackers also torched some items in the schools, sources informed further, adding that explosions were also set off in …

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Gilgit-Baltistan: 12 girls’ schools burned down on August 3: Human Rights Watch warns against surge in militant attacks on girls’ education in PoK

WordForPeace.com 6 Aug, 2018 Alleged militants attacked and burned down at least 12 schools in Diamer district of Pakistan’s Gilgit-Baltistan region early on August 3, 2018, Human Rights Watch said. At least half were girls’ schools. No group has claimed responsibility for the attacks. The Pakistani government should take urgent measures to make schools safer, and fairly prosecute those responsible …

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