- اردو ترجمہ کرو
- پښتو ته ژباړه
- Paigham-e-Pakistan پیغام پاکستان
- Terrorism? دہشت گردی کیا
- تکفیری خوارج فتنہ
- Takfir; Doctrine of Terror
- Takfir: Refutation from Quran
- Edict الفتوى
- Rebellion for Shari'ah
- Why Pakistan created?
- The Islamic State : الدولة الإسلامية
- Jihad, Myth and Reality
- Caliphate: Redundant or Relevant
- Eduction & Learning
- Muslims & Non Muslims
- Anti Islam
There is no commonly accepted definition of "terrorism". Being a charged term, with the connotation of something "mo...
Sunday, May 5, 2019
Monday, April 22, 2019
Muslim-Non-Muslim Relationship Charter by Quran:
Terrorism, Suicide Bombing Un-Islamic, 1800 Islamic Scholars Declaration Issued, Endorsed by Al-Azhar, Cairo, Imam of Kaaba and International Scholars:
The national document, which was prepared by “Islamic Research Institute”, International Islamic University, Islamabad after through research and deliberations in the light of Quran, Sunnah and Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, it is called “Paigham-e-Pakistan” [The Message of Pakistan].
Sunday, April 7, 2019
Abbas: Israelis have no right to desecrate our holy sites with their filthy feet
Palestinians won’t allow Israelis to “desecrate” Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said on Wednesday, referring to the tensions surrounding visits by Jews to the Temple Mount.
“Al-Aksa is ours and so is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. They have no right to desecrate them with their filthy feet. We won’t allow them to do so and we will do whatever we can to defend Jerusalem,” Abbas said in his Ramallah office during a meeting with east Jerusalem activists.
Abbas said the Palestinians were determined to prevent Israel from passing its scheme to “divide” the Aksa Mosque compound.
“There will be no Palestinian state without Jerusalem,” he stressed. “We are in Jerusalem and we will stay in it to defend our Islamic and Christian holy sites. We’re not going to leave our country.”
| The Jerusalem post http://flip.it/ToJmlD
Thursday, March 28, 2019
Al-Qaeda first appeared in Afghanistan after the Taliban took over and following the withdrawal of US troops in the early 1990s. From there, the idea of cross-border armed extremism spread to the countries of the region through the media, mosques and other incubators.
Terrorism will remain as an idea produced by extremism. This means that fighting extremism is more important than fighting terrorism, which is limited to the context of carrying arms.