Youths for Peace

Erdogan’s aggression in Syria threatens the region’s peace and security, an Arab NGO speaks out

Maat Condemns Turkish Military Intervention in Syria Okeil: The Turkish aggression is a violation against Syrian sovereignty and threatens the region’s peace and security.. Erdogan must be held accountable by the international community….. Maat for Peace, Development and Human Rights, a non-partisan civil society organisation condemned the Turkish military intervention in Syria. It was carried out on Wednesday on the …

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Prof Akhtarul Wasey: پیغمبر اسلام محمدﷺ غار حرا سے سوئے قوم نماز روزہ حج زکوٰة نہیں بلکہ اقرأ کا حکم نامہ لے کر آئے

بلند شہر کے نمایاں طلبا کو ڈاکٹر مہتاب عالم خان ایوارڈ سے نوازا گیا مقابلہ جاتی امتحانات ومختلف درجات کے ممتاز طلبا کی اعزازی تقریب سے پروفیسر اختر الواسع کا خطاب           بلند شہر ، 14 ستمبر 2019 جونیئر سے لے کر ہائی اسکول انٹر گریجویٹ ، پی سی ایس میں امتیازی پوزیشن حال کرنے والے طلبہ و طالبات کی حوصلہ …

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Picture Postcards for Gandhi ji at Jamia Millia Islamia to mark his 150th birth anniversary

WordForPeace.com It is an attempt to connect with young minds, instilling a spirit of patriotism, a love for their country and revisiting Gandhi, exploring his key messages of Satyagraha (insistence on truth),  Sarvodaya  (development for all),  Sahishnuta (tolerance and respect for all),  Sahanshilta,  Swabalamban (Self-transformation), and Non Violence towards all beings……. An exhibition titled ‘Picture Postcards for Gandhi’ to mark …

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Prof. Khwaja Ikram at AIUMB’s conclave: “Muslims never lagged behind in sacrificing their life for the country”

WordForPeace Special Correspondent New Delhi: 25 August The one-day seminar organized by All India Ulama and Mashaikh Board at Delhi’s Ghalib Academy on the theme “Participation of Muslims in the creation and development of India” successfully concluded with the remarkable message from the Chief Guest, Professor Khwaja Mohammad Ikramuddin of Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. He said: “Muslims never lagged behind …

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Article 370 Scrapped but not the ‘Islamisation’ of Kashmir issue: Indians need to revive Kashmirityat—the idea that Radicals fight against for decades!

On 5 August, 2019, it was announced in the Rajya Sabha that Article 370 of the Indian Constitution is to be abrogated under the Constitution (Application to Jammu and Kashmir) Order, 2019 signed by President of India. The Gazette Notification states: “The Constitution Order shall come into force at once, and shall thereupon supersede Article 370 as amended from time …

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قانون سازی کے اسلامی تصور میں توسیع کے امکانات: ایک تحقیقی جائزہ

WordForPeace.com Special زیرِنظر مضمون میں اسلامی قانون سازی کے تصور میں توسیع کے امکانات کا جائزہ لیا گیا ہے۔یہ موضوع اس لیے اہم ہے کہ مسلم دنیا کو درپیش مشکلات کا حل فقہ سے تلاش کیا جاتا ہے لیکن روایتی فقہ ان سوالات کا تشفی بخش جواب دینے سے قاصر ہے، جس کا مطالبہ عصر حاضر کی جدیدیت اور اس …

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J&K: Why people are disenchanted with the political parties?

WordForPeace.com Edit Desk Jammu & Kashmir assembly polls are likely in October-November along with three other states where polls are due by that time. However, if we review the political atmosphere in J&K prior to the Assembly elections, the schedule of which is yet to be decided, we clearly see an increasing political disenchantment among the new Kashmiri generation. Part …

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Human Rights Violations in China-Strengthening calls for accountability at UNHRC

UNHRC, Palais des Nations, Geneva Panellists: John Fisher, Human Rights Watch, Geneva Director Sarah M Brooks, International Service for Human Rights, Asia advocate Arthur Moses SC, Law Council of Australia, President (video intervention)  Moderator: Claire Denman, CSW, Geneva representative. This side event addressed those key issues, which all together contribute to illustrate bigger structural problems in China.  It reiterated the …

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Naga Peace Talks Interlocutor, is now Nagaland governor: CM to work with him to bring lasting peace

The Indian government’s interlocutor for Naga peace talks, was appointed the governor of Nagaland on Saturday. Nagaland was among the six states to get new governors. The demand for a sovereign Naga homeland gave rise to militancy that goes back six decades. Over the decades, the Naga militancy splintered into several factions. With the agreement signed, the NSCN(IM) was believed to …

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