Muslims

(India) Muslim Man Donates Rs 3 Lakh To West Bengal Villagers To Build Temple

WordForPeace.com Moved by the story of a Bengal villages’ struggle to build a temple, a Muslim software engineer reportedly donated the residents Rs 3 lakh to help them. According to a report on Anandabzar Patrika, Saidul Sheik is a software engineer who returned to India on a break after working in Kuwait and Australia. Though Sheikh had never visited the …

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(India) Muslim woman who cares for cows

WordForPeace.com Parvati is shy. Mahesh is short-tempered and frequently fights with Brahma and Vishnu. They are among the 33 cattle at a guashala run by a Muslim woman in Payal, a small town in Punjab’s Ludhiana district. Salma, 33, says she takes in old, injured and abandoned cattle at the guashala. It began in August 2007, when she found an …

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Worse than Sharia Courts

WordForPeace.com One cannot deny that Britain has been hit with a wave of Muslim rape-gangs. In fact, more than 700 women and girls have been sexually abused and assaulted by Pakistani grooming gangs around Newcastle alone, some girls being as young as 11… My activism against Jihad, violent Sharia Law and Islamic terrorism began in 2012. Since the beginning of …

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India is Dar-ul-Aman: ISIS Narratives of Darul Islam, Darul Kufr and Darul Harb are untenable

WordForPeace.com Edit Desk Question: Explain the meanings and difference between the concepts thrown around by ISIS propagandists: Darul Tawheed, Darul Aman, Darul Ahad, Darul Kufr and Darul Harb. What laws pertain to Muslims living in each state?   Answer: The terms Dar-ul-Islam, Dar-ul-Kufr etc. have not been defined in any Qur’anic verse (aayah) or hadith of Rasulullah (Prophet PBUH). There isn’t a single Aayah or Hadith saying expressedly that the …

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(Malaysia) Mosque opens doors for multi-faith fast-breaking

WordForPeace.com IN rural Sungai Acheh in Nibong Tebal, Penang, reconciliation in a new Malaysia began as some 30 non-Muslims learnt the meaning of Ramadan. They had never been inside a mosque, let alone joined Muslims to break their fast in one. They did not know that they could, until yesterday evening. Youth group Penggerak Komuniti Muda (Peka) in Penang had …

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Hazrat Ali r.a— Shade of the sage | By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi

WordForPeace.com Hazrat Ali, the cousin and son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), is recalled today for his spiritual intellect, scholarly pursuits and humanitarian wisdom. He was honoured by the Prophet, who is believed to be the “Madina-tul-ilm” (city of knowledge), with an epithet of “Bab-ul-ilm” (gate of knowledge). He was also elected as the Muslim caliph or Amir al-Mu’minin (chief of …

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Ramazan; a comprehensive social and cultural approach

WordForPeace.com Ramazan, a holy month to the world muslims which they use it to rehashing and maturating their soul. Moreover, muslims as a whole trashing their trigger-happy habits and seeing such as mawkishly by metamorphosing the whole life obligating almighty. Totally ramazan influences all aspects of spiritual, cultural and social. Spiritual aspect:- Ramazan, it is a spiritual sensation. A struggle …

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Islam of the nation-state, NOT of the caliphate

WordForPeace.com (There is) a desire in Muslim societies to revive a certain idealised vision of medieval glory. Yet it is decidedly an Islam of the nation-state, not an Islam of the caliphate, to which Muslim liberals aspire.. We live in a liberal world. In some senses, liberalism enjoys a global victory. Even its opponents often make their case based on …

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