Zeeshan Rasool Khan

Remembering Ghulam-ud-Din Khan

Remembering Ghulam-ud-Din Khan

"Popularity is meaningless to great men. From a spiritual point of view ,neither popularity elevates anyone's status nor does concealment diminish it. But when a person gains recognition his contribution in any field is always remembered while the unsung ones often slip into oblivion that i reckon as injustice.

 Some people meet their maker after receiving worldly commendation for every good they do. However, some meet their end without coming into public notice although they also contribute to society considerably. Truth be told, popularity is meaningless to great men. From a spiritual point of view, neither popularity elevates anyone’s status nor does concealment diminish […]

 Zeeshan Rasool Khan

Eid-ul-Fitr: Spread the smiles

Eid-ul-Fitr: Spread the smiles

The beauty of Islam lies in its teachings. With regard to its teachings, Islam is a unique religion. The teachings of Islam encompass all the necessary elements, which make the essence of humanity. The message of Islam is not restricted to conventional activities of Muslims only but is much broader. Besides five fundamentals of Islam […]

 Zeeshan Rasool Khan

The message of ‘Badr’

The message of ‘Badr’

Jihad, which actually means ‘to struggle’ was given military dimensions after the oppressive practices of Meccan polytheists against Muslims. It is noteworthy that from Islamic perspective an armed struggle based on Islamic principles is termed as Qital. The Prophet of Islam, Muhammad (PBUH) signed many treaties to resolve matters peacefully, but the continued oppression, faced […]

 Zeeshan Rasool Khan

Self-centered Politics

Self-centered Politics

It is oft-cited that “politics is the dirty game.” Modest people prefer to distance themselves from politics. Terms like apolitical have come to the fore in this backdrop. However, the politics by its very nature is not so but implies measures which could and should be implemented to create a better society. The primary objective […]