Tag Archives: Terrorism

The ideological encounter of Islamic violent Extremism on Sufism

for www.WordForPeace.com N.Muhammed Khaleel Email: mhdkhaleelaky@gmail.com   In the Muslim discourse on terrorism, for a last couple of years, the matter more debated is why the terrorism [or Islamic violent extremism (IVE)in a broader concept] Sufism  as the focal point of its attack. Taking the statistics of terrorist attacks for the last 5 years it could be noted that many …

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Terrorists’ motive is fanning the fire of hatred; attacks on Amarnath pilgrims strongly condemnable: Syed Mohammad Ashraf Kichchawchvi

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Indians like Salim Sheikh, who risked his own life to save the people, will never let the hate-mongers succeed in their dirty game of terror in the name of religion! By WordForPeace.com Correspondent Mumbai: All India Ulama and Mshaikh Board’s founder and president Hazrat Maulana Syed Mohammad Ashraf Kichchawchvi has condemned the terror attacks on the Amarnath pilgrims, saying that …

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The Global War on Terror Seems Paralysed

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By Syed Ata Hasnain   The Islamic summit of Sunni nations along with the US vowed to target Iran as the supporter of global terror. Globally, the war on terror has never been so much in paralysis as it has been in the past few weeks. It’s almost as if it’s non-existent, with terrorists ruling the roost in many of …

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Refuting ISIS’ Magazine ‘Rumiyah’ That Ignores the Context of Quran’s Verses To Forcefully Justify its Atrocities

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By Ghulam Ghaus Siddiqi The terror groups, most predominantly ISIS are viciously attacking Islam’s peaceful ideology from all possible angles, thrusting the world into the fire of hatred and prejudice. Completely bereft of true spirit of Islam, they continue to pen articles after articles in their mouthpiece “Rumiyah”—the magazine that replaces Dabiq, Dar al-Islam, and other magazines which were released …

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Craig Considine on Radical Islamism and America

Craig Considine on Radical Islamism and America

By Dr. Craig Considine President Trump tweeted yesterday that “The threat from radical Islamic terrorism is very real, just look at what is happening in Europe and the Middle East.” His comment suggests that “radical Islamic terrorism” is the greatest threat to the United States and that his administration will take steps to eradicate this danger from the world. The tweet should not …

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Love can be only response to evil, Pope tells attack survivors

ByHannah Brockhaus Vatican City, Sep 24, 2016 / 09:49 am (CNA/EWTN News).- In the face of the devil’s assaults, we must respond as God would, promoting respect for others and extending love and forgiveness to those who have harmed us, Pope Francis said in a Saturday audience with survivors of the terror attack in Nice, France in July. When the …

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Catholic and Shia Muslim leaders unite to condemn WMDs, terrorism

Compiled by Wordforpeace.com Rome, Italy (CNA/EWTN News).- Shia Muslim religious leaders from Iran and U.S. Catholic bishops say they have a common fight against weapons of mass destruction, terrorism, and violent religious extremism. Christianity and Islam share a commitment to love and respect for the life, dignity, and welfare of all members of the human community, they said in an …

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Bangladesh ulemas, imams emerge as key counter-terror force

BySanjib KR Baruah n a tactic that many multi-cultural countries can draw a lesson from, ulemas (Islamic theologists) and imams (those who lead Friday prayers) are emerging as key people in countering the forces of terror in Bangladesh. The move was decided in a special meeting of the countrys Cabinet Committee on Law and Order on July 10, just nine …

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The moderate imam: On a mission to unite France while dodging IS assassins

By Europe correspondent James Glenday Outside the main mosque in Bordeaux, France, worshippers are scanned with metal detectors and heavily armed soldiers stand with guns ready. The city’s Grand Imam, Tareq Oubrou, is a marked man and in a country reeling from repeated Islamist terrorist attacks, no one is prepared to take any chances. “Threats don’t scare me,” he tells …

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