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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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(India) Leaders of different faiths welcome Hajis at Kolkata Airport

WordForPeace.com For the first time in India the Haj pilgrims were welcomed by people from different faiths. Today morning when the flight from Jeddah carrying the Haj pilgrims arrived at the Kolkata International airport the Hajis were given a warm welcome by not just the people from the State Haj Committee but also 5 members from the All Faith Forum. …

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(India) Muslim ‘brother’ performs Hindu’s last rites

WordForPeace.com In a stellar example of interfaith brotherhood, the final rites of a Hindu man, whose father is an accused in the 2002 Naroda Gam massacre, were performed by a Muslim man, whose brother is a witness in the riots case. Kishor Thakor, 23, died in a road accident last week, and at his condolence meet on Thursday, Yusuf Malek, …

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(India) Catholic priest surprises Muslims speaking at Kerala mosque

WordForPeace.com Vechoor: For a change, a Catholic priest in Kerala chose a mosque to deliver his sermon. Father Joseph (Sanu) Puthussery on August 31 visited the Juma Masjid at Vechoor in Kottayam district during Jum’ah (Friday prayers) and delivered a thanksgiving speech at the masjid prayer hall. The Muslims had fed the flood victims who had taken shelter at his church …

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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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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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From Ajmer Sharif to Kerala: Flood Relief matetial sent

WordForPeace.com August 29, 2018 Chishty Foundation – Ajmer Sharif: Ajmer City residents came together along with many NGOs, social workers and individuals who had collected large quantity of cloths, medicines, food materias and other daily use items were brought together to be sent to Calicut, Kerala via Land courier transpostations facilitiated by Professional Courier at Ajmer Tower. Haji Syed Salman …

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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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Kuldip Nayar: Passionate advocate for peace and press freedom

WordForPeace.com NEW DELHI:  Some people never hang up their boots and some, like Kuldip Nayar, never put down their pens. The veteran journalist died today at age 95, working till the end — his last column appearing in the Lokmat Times this morning, hours after he breathed his last around 12.30 am in a Delhi hospital. The prolific journalist, columnist …

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