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Covid-19: Targeting Particular Religious Identity

Covid-19: Targeting Particular Religious Identity

Politicising the covid-19 virus creates a new paradigm shift that further deteriorates the socio-economic condition and religious identity of minorities especially Muslims

Aijaz Ahmed The process of hegemonising the cultural ethos since 2014 has a catastrophic consequence for the common mass in India. Since then, the inclination towards the ethnocentrism has taken profound imprints in cognitive sphere of majority. However, the development of ethnocentric idea in dominant groups generates the uncertainty and disharmonic element in the society. […]

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COVID-19: A global pandemic or the divine indignation?

COVID-19: A global pandemic or the divine indignation?

The need of the hour is that we should behave like the responsible citizens and work for the welfare of all or at least of our own selves.

Faheem Ahmad The global crisis, ignited by the novel coronavirus has entered a multi-dimensional discourse. No one is safe, almost everyone residing on planet earth is on the brink of getting infected by the deadly virus. In these pressing times, experts are debating its ill effects onhuman race, some areseeing COVID-19 as a capitalist-humanist battle […]

 Meer Abass

Happiness lies in helping others

Happiness lies in helping others

What we give to others is our biggest investment because it will be returned back to us manifold from the Bank of God! There is a Chinese saying that goes: “If you want happiness for an hour, take a nap. If you want happiness for a day, go fishing. If you want happiness for a […]

 Web Desk

Is Ramadan women friendly?

Is Ramadan women friendly?

Faizan Wani  The month of Ramadan is going in full swing. Besides the long Taraweeh prayers and reciting the Qur’an at lengths, varieties of delicacies are being served every day in every house. Preparation of an elaborate dastarkhwaan for iftaars is a routine. Eating tasty foods and meticulously prepared dishes is a norm for almost all the Muslims […]

 Web Desk

Ramadan then, victories; Ramadan now, sleep

Ramadan then, victories; Ramadan now, sleep

Faizan Wani The month of Ramadan is here. The air seems to have started giving out vibes of sloth and inactivity. That’s how, unfortunately, most of the Muslims perceive this month to be. They foresee this month to be a tiring and an exhausting one. With the pledge of completing the count of days, their […]

 Mugees Ul Kaiser

Academic Discourse vs Popular Understanding – Tracking the Genesis of Sectarian Strifes

Academic Discourse vs Popular Understanding – Tracking the Genesis of Sectarian Strifes

In almost every village and the town of our valley, there is a large chunk of our passionate youth that debate and discuss various sensitive religious issues on streets, in schools, colleges, mosques, and various other public places. Many of them unfortunately but quite naturally evolve into ugly fights. The result is that our society […]

 Ramzy Baroud

Notre Dame of Gaza: Our mosques and churches are also burning

Notre Dame of Gaza: Our mosques and churches are also burning

As the 300-foot spire of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris tragically came tumbling down on live television, my thoughts ventured to Nuseirat Refugee Camp, my childhood home in the Gaza Strip. Then, also on television, I watched as a small bulldozer hopelessly clawed through the rubble of my neighborhood mosque. I grew up around […]

 Meer Abass

Feminism or Islam – which one truly liberates women?

Feminism or Islam – which one truly liberates women?

Everyone talks so passionately about wanting liberation for themselves (and in the case of Western cultural imperialism, imposing it on others) – but very few talk about what it actually means. What do they need to be liberated from? What do they need to be liberated to? Unfortunately, even fewer people question the basis of […]

 Sheikh Umar Ahmad

Declaring March 15 as International Day of Islamophobia after Christchurch Mosque attack

Declaring March 15 as International Day of Islamophobia after Christchurch Mosque attack

“Will it serve the purpose in curbing growing wave of Islamophobia in world or it will further potentiative it to level than ever.” New Zealand terrorist attack on Muslims in a mosque was one of the worst attacks depicting the rising wave of Islamophobia in the world. This attack was taken by the majority as […]

 Web Desk

What is Scientology? – Part 1 (The Eclectic Religion)

What is Scientology? – Part 1 (The Eclectic Religion)

Danish Hameed Scientology has been called the world’s most significant new religion, and scientologists themselves claim to draw on 50,000 years of wisdom. However apostates from Scientology claim it is a vicious, dangerous cult masquerading as a religion. No matter which description we choose, the fact remains that Scientology is a controversial, mysterious religious movement, […]

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