- Terrorism? دہشت گردی کیا
- تکفیری خوارج فتنہ
- Takfir; Doctrine of Terror
- Takfir: Refutation from Quran
- Jihad: Myth & Reality
- Edict الفتوى
- Rebellion for Shari'ah
- Why Pakistan created?
- The Islamic State : الدولة الإسلامية
- 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...
Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Myanmar's military accused of genocide in damning UN report: Mission concludes army has carried out ‘gravest crimes’ against Rohingya in Rakhine and minorities elsewhere....
Myanmar’s military has been accused of genocide against the Rohingya in Rakhine state in a damning UN report that alleged the army was responsible for war crimes and crimes against humanity against minorities across the country.
The UN report said it found conclusive evidence that the actions of the country’s armed forces, known as the Tatmadaw, “undoubtedly amounted to the gravest crimes under international law” in Rakhine as well as in Kachin and Shan, states also riven by internal conflicts. [Read full story by The Guardian ..... ]
DESPITE some deadly terrorism attacks reported in 2018, the overall frequency across the globe has been on the decline in recent years. However, these dwindling numbers do not suggest, in any way, that the threat of terrorism has been eliminated. The latest audio message by the so called Islamic State group (IS) head Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, in which he called on his followers to keep fighting, vindicates the lingering threat of terrorist violence.
Certainly, most terrorist groups have been weakened but they are still present in physical and virtual spaces; in many instances, they have ungoverned territories to operate in. In Pakistan, too, despite justifiable claims of having significantly damaged terrorist infrastructure in the country, terrorist groups are able to trigger sporadic waves of violence albeit with a reduced frequency as compared to past years. A series of terrorist attacks before and during the election month of July hurt the image of Pakistan as a state effectively dealing with its internal security threats.... [........]
Monday, August 27, 2018
A search of terrorist organizations will give a list of Muslim Terrorist Organizations, whereas there are Christian, Zionist, Hindu, Buddhist and others terrorist organizations in large numbers not mentioned. Terrorism is not a Muslim monopoly!
The Zionist movement has maintained a striking continuity in its aims and methods over the past century. From the start, the movement sought to achieve a Jewish majority in Palestine and to establish a Jewish state on as much of the LAND as possible. The methods included promoting both mass Jewish immigration and acquiring tracts of land that would become the inalienable property of the Jewish people. This policy inevitably prevented the indigenous Arab residents from attaining their national goals and establishing a Palestinian state. It also necessitated displacing Palestinians from their lands and jobs when their presence conflicted with Zionist interests.Keep reading [.....]
In the present environment of universal turmoil especially in the post 911 scenario, the Muslims have become a target of universal hate propaganda. Some verses from Qur’an are mostly misquoted to defend killing of non believers and to project a permanent state of armed conflict (Jihad) between Muslims and non believers. The ignorant terrorists thus facilitate the anti Muslim lobbies to propagate and project all Muslims as intolerant, war mongers and terrorists. Even some ignorant Muslims also fall pray to this fallacy. It is important that the misconceptions are removed by understanding the concept of Jihad in the light of Qur’an and Sunnah. ... Keep reading ... [........]
Sunday, August 12, 2018
To counter terrorism, the PTI promises a four-fold strategy comprising the four ‘E’s’: the first component is ‘exposing’ the links between active and passive terrorists and winning over the latter; the second component is about ‘enforcing’ the National Action Plan (NAP) as well as Pakistan’s international treaty/convention commitments on counterterrorism; the third seeks to ‘eliminate’ hardcore terrorists; and the fourth calls for ‘educating’ people by developing a counter-ideological narrative on terrorism۔۔۔۔keep reading