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Myth of Ghazwa-tul-Hind: Misusing Religion in Pakistan to Justify Military Adventurers

WordForPeace.com Diary of A Concerned Pakistani Religion has quite frequently been used as an excuse for military motives. Talking specifically about Islam, Hadees has been used as a tool to invent excuses for political motivations and military interventions/attacks as and when required. There has been enormous hue and cry over Ghazwa-tul-Hind for years. This was probably first used by self-styled …

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Pakistani extremists’ Ghazwa-e-Hind Is Entirely Based On Concocted hadiths: No Religious Sanctity attached to Terrorist Designs on India 

WordForPeace.com By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi “See! Here the word “Ghazwa” has been used. Ghazwa means an Islamic battle in which the prophet himself participated, be it a big military expedition or a small-scale battle. So, when the Prophet is no more now to participate in this battle physically, why has it been called “Ghazwa”?  Have you really thought about it? …

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MUHAMMED (PBUH) IN THE GOSPEL OF JOHN

WordForPeace.com JUNAID KHALEEL NURANI The Holy Quran mentions that old Prophets were predicted the arrival of last and final Prophet Muhammad PBUH and specified in their Holy book which revealed to them. Those who will serve the Messenger, unlettered the, communicator of hidden news when they will find with them have written in the Tourat and Injeel. He will bid …

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शीतकालीन सत्र में तीन तलाक खत्म करने के लिए आ सकता है विधेयक

WordForPeace.com केन्‍द्र सरकार शीतकालीन सत्र में तीन तलाक खत्म करने के लिए विधेयक ला सकती है और इसके लिए सरकार ने एक मंत्री समूह भी बनाया है. आपको बता दें कि सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने तीन तलाक को असंवैधानिक बताया है और कोर्ट के फैसले के बाद भी तीन तलाक के मामले सामने आए हैं. वहीं कांग्रेस नेता गुलाम नबी आजाद …

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Kashmir’s Changing Colours – From Pro-Pak Green to ISIS’ Black

WordForPeace.com By AHMED ALI FAYYAZ On Sunday, 19 November 2017, downtown Srinagar – the traditional hub of Kashmir’s Azadi movement – witnessed the first massive funeral procession of a militant since 1990 without the green-coloured flags. There were no trademark slogans of “Jeevay Jeevay Pakistan” either, save some slogans for Azadi, but no Pakistani national flags that had dominated Kashmir …

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Why over 3.6 lakh students at Delhi madrassas are stuck in 18th century

WordForPeace.com NEW DELHI: Middle school students in private schools code and make phone apps these days; government schools are raising their game too, but in the 3,000-odd madrassas of Delhi the teaching is stuck in the 18th century. The Quran, Urdu and Persian remain main subjects, limiting the job prospects of their roughly 3.6 lakh students. “They are churning out …

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In the era of virtual terrorism, all cyber-enabled nations are equal

WordForPeace.com By Daniel Wagner A victory in information warfare can be much more important than victory in a classical military conflict. Although bloodless, the impact can be overwhelming and can paralyse all of an enemy state’s power structures. Governments spy on one another, and on their people that is what governments do. They always have and they always will. But in …

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Peace efforts to be enhanced in J&K with new measures being taken

WordForPeace.com By Noor-Ul-Qamrain A slew of measures would be adopted by the Centre to enhance peace efforts in Jammu & Kashmir, sources have said. The measures would follow Special Representative Dineshwar Sharma briefing the Centre about his meetings with different delegations in the state.  Sharma is understood to have presented his own roadmap of how he wants to break the …

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ISIS Claiming First Attack In Kashmir

WordForPeace.com Union minister Jitendra Singh said recent ‘back-to-back’ successes achieved against terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir were the result of the free hand given to security forces SRINAGAR: The government has taken note of reports about global terror group ISIS claiming an attack in the Kashmir Valley that left a police officer dead, union minister Jitendra Singh said, adding that the future …

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Indonesian Muslims, Catholics pledge to combat extremism

WordForPeace.com Indonesia’s second largest Islamic organization, Muhammadiyah, and the Community of Sant’Egidio have declared a joint commitment to promote tolerance amid a rising tide of radicalism in the predominantly Muslim country and also worldwide. A memorandum of understanding on interfaith and intercultural peace building was signed on Nov. 10 in Jakarta by Muhammadiyah chairman Haedar Nashir and Sant’Egidio president Marco …

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