World Affairs

مغربی دانشوروں کی اسلامی تحقیقات – Rethinking Ibn Arabi

WordForPeace.com منظر الاسلام ازہری مغربی دنیا بالخصوص امریکا میں اسلام کو پڑھنے اور علمائے اسلام پر تحقیقات کا رواج قدیم ہے،پہلے اسلامی موضوعات پر قلم اٹھانے والے اکثر مستشرقین ہوا کرتے تھے ، جن کا مقصد تحقیق کم اور تنقید زیادہ ہوتی تھی۔ اکیسویں صدی میں یہ رجحان کم ہوگیاہے ، اب اسلامی موضوعات پر قلم اٹھانے والے محققین کی …

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Why Every Woman Prisoner in a Pakistani Jail Is Sentenced To Death?

WordForPeace.com By Rafia Zakaria July 18, 2018 NO ONE, it can safely be assumed, wants to see the inside of a prison in real life. The clicking of locks, the slamming of doors and the endless cacophony of the prisoners left behind and locked up is the material of nightmares. Where actual prisons are concerned, few in Pakistan have any …

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India-Nepal ‘bridge’ is still unshakeable: Nepal can be a bridge between India and China

WordForPeace.com Nepal can be a bridge between India and China”, declared Nepalese Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Oli, in an interview with China’s state-run Global Times (the universally acknowledged official mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Party), during his five-day state visit to Beijing. Mr Oli is axiomatically correct as his landlocked country (surrounded by other nations, Nepal has no access to …

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Loss of lives in Kashmir cannot and should not be business as usual

WordForPeace.com The situation in Kashmir is very complex. For more than quarter of a century, the State of Jammu Kashmir has been on edge. This year, the situation is no different. While the BharatiyaJanata Party’s (BJP) sudden withdrawal from the coalition government may have taken many by surprise, the writing of its demise had long been etched on the wall. …

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World Sufi Forum and AIUMB congratulate Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his Re-election

WordForPeace.com Founder of World Sufi Forum and AIUMB President Hazrat Syed Ashraf Kichchauchwi has sent a letter of felicitation to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his historic re-election in the Turkish presidential election. In the letter, AIUMB President has congratulated the Turkish President and said that, this victory belongs to the peoples of the friendly nation of Turkey. The Turkish people …

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Tragedy for Turkey and a serious warning for everybody else

WordForPeace.com  Yascha Mounk, one of the world’s leading experts on the crisis of liberal democracy and the rise of populism, writes: The “election” in Turkey completes country’s descent from liberal democracy to electoral dictatorship. A tragedy for Turkey and a serious warning for everybody else. A couple of years into Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s rule, much of the outside world hailed …

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Countries across continents support India on Kashmir at United Nations

WordForPeace.com The timing of the report and the purpose is being questioned. Zeid Raad al-Hussein, a Jordanian diplomat, was recently seen in pictures with the Pakistani Hurriyat faction leader Syed Faiz Naqshbandi and some other leaders from Pakistan which leads to the question of where his facts were coming from. The report is clearly a violation of the High Commissioner’s …

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Revisit critique of army in J&K: When did Fundamentalism take giant strides in Kashmir?

WordForPeace.com This easily plugs in to the messages of radical Islamism which young Kashmiris receive through social media, sermons in some mosques, and the general discourse around them. No doubt, foreign forces have contributed to generating and spreading these messages, precipitate hate, and portraying the forces as determined to kill. While all this is true, Azad should further introspect on the …

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(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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