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J&K: Activists and political detainees free if they won’t ‘disturb the peace’

Srinagar: Authorities in Kashmir are asking civil society activists and political detainees to provide a written assurance that they won’t disturb the peace in exchange for release from detention. Although government officials claimed that they have released some lower-rung political activists, most of the politicians including former chief ministers, Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti, continue to remain in detention. In a written permission slip to allow the …

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Peaceful Independence Day celebration ensured in J&K

Jammu and Kashmir additional director-general of police, law and order, Munir Khan has said that the ground situation in the state is under control, and that his main focus was to have a peaceful celebration on Independence Day. During an Indian security forces briefing along with Rohit Kansal, principal secretary, he said that the law and order in the state …

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(India) Ulama-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat commemorate Mansur Hallaj As “True Sufi”

When women take a seat at the table, peace lasts 20% longer, according to UN data.

Hussain Bin Mansur Hallaj, the Sufi mystic of Baghdad during the 3rd century Hijri was declared heretic by the muftis of the time and the king had ordered that he be killed. He was killed in 309 Hijri. The religious circle had said that Hussaiin bin Mansur’s assertion “An’al Haque’ was akin to kufr as the sentence was literally translated …

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Zakir Naik to reside in Malaysia as no country is accepting him: Mahathir Mohamad

Dr Mahathir Mohamad has suggested that Putrajaya has no choice but to allow Dr Zakir Naik to reside in Malaysia as other countries are not keen to accept the controversial Muslim preacher who is wanted by Indian authorities. “We have a multiracial and multi-religious population in Malaysia. We don’t want anybody who comes up and expresses extreme views about race …

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The conflict between ISJK and Hizbul Mujahideen and the Progressive Path for youths in J&K

WordForPeace Special Correspondent There should be no room for complacency now. A strong and effective response in the wake of these jihadist rivalries implies an uncompromising stance against terror outfits. This should be a reminder to run counter to the destructive ideology of all hues, paving a progressive path for the youths….. The current rivalry between the Pro-Pak and pro-Caliphate …

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‘Soldiers’ for Ghazwa-tul-Hind ‘Betrayed’ by Pakistan: Global links of militancy in Kashmir

More than a dozen men armed with assault rifles marched in the backdrop of snowscape in a video circulated online, announcing them as the soldiers for Ghazwa-e-Hind, the prophesied battle for India in Islamic traditions. A subsequent frame closes in on three jihadists, the snowscape missing, two flags behind them announced their allegiance to Al-Qaeda in the Indian subcontinent, or …

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