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ISLAMISTS UNDER FIRE 
From Egypt to Bangladesh
Vol. LI No.20, 2013-08-18
ISLAMISTS UNDER FIRE From Egypt to Bangladesh
ISLAMISTS UNDER FIRE 
From Egypt to Bangladesh
Vol. LI No.20, 2013-08-18
ISLAMISTS UNDER FIRE From Egypt to Bangladesh
Political Implications of Ban on Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami
Vol. LI No.19, 2013-08-11
ISLAMISTS UNDER FIRE From Egypt to Bangladesh
Egypt's Al-Sisi Dragged the Country into Civil War
Vol. LI No.18, 2013-08-04
ISLAMISTS UNDER FIRE From Egypt to Bangladesh
The Scourge of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
Vol. L No.43, 2013-01-20
ISLAMISTS UNDER FIRE From Egypt to Bangladesh
Arab Spring: Promises and Challenges
Vol. L No.21, 2012-08-19
ISLAMISTS UNDER FIRE From Egypt to Bangladesh
Just World Order
Vol. XLIX No.43, 2012-01-29
ISLAMISTS UNDER FIRE From Egypt to Bangladesh
Let Us Refuse to Be Provoked
Vol. L No.27, 2012-09-30
ISLAMISTS UNDER FIRE From Egypt to Bangladesh
The Islamists and Western Blinkers
Vol. L No.15, 2012-07-08
ISLAMISTS UNDER FIRE From Egypt to Bangladesh
Death, Disappearance and Despair in India
Vol. L No.13, 2012-06-24
ISLAMISTS UNDER FIRE From Egypt to Bangladesh
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COVER STORY

THE ARAB TURMOIL Where Do We Stand?

By RAMZY BAROUD

Seasons come and go, yet Arab countries are in ongoing turmoil. They called it an ‘Arab Spring’, but even if that ‘spring’ had ever existed in the shape and form that the media portrayed it to be, it never really lasted. It ha... More

GUIDANCE - II

Grave Worship

Jabir narrates that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be to him) has forbidden (the believers from) making the grave firm with plaster, from sitting on it, and from erecting a structure over it.
(Muslim)
This hadīth cuts at the... More

MOSQUE ATTACK

Buddhist Extremists Attack Grandpass Mosque

Following an attack allegedly launched by a Buddhist extremist group, including monks who had come from outside, and iron rods wielding armed groups on a 30-year-old mosque and neighbouring Muslim houses situated at Swarna Chaitya Road, Grandpass, a ... More

MUSLIM REPRESENTATION

Hoopla behind Sachar’s Implementation doesn’t Match Figures

By MOHAMMAD NAUSHAD KHAN

The representation of Muslims in various central governmental jobs has been abysmally low over the years. The implementation of Sachar committee recommendations was a ray of hope and was considered a milestone for the overall growth of the community,... More

SOCITY

Trials of Love and Loyalty

By YAMIN ZAKARIA

The 49-year-old widow of the Apple founder Steve Jobs has moved on. She has found her new partner. Already the critics and sceptics are at it: It’s too soon, only two-years have passed by, how could she fall in love with another man so quickly?... More

FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT

My Road to the Truth has been Tricky but Resolute

I was born into a simple family; my father was an atheist and my mother a devout but not persistent Christian who used only to attend church services during major Christian holidays. My grandmother, whom I am very close to, has tried to build in me f... More

WEST ASIA

EUROPEAN PRISONERS IN SYRIAN JAILS Why is Bashar Assad Silent?

By M D NALAPAT

Old habits die hard. There is something about the atmosphere in London that changes the willpower of an individual and makes him or her more susceptible to looking at events from an alien viewpoint. Saif Gaddafi, now being daily taunted in a prison c... More

POLITICAL JIGGERY-POKERY

Political Slugfest over Demolition of Kadalpur Mosque

By MOHAMMAD NAUSHAD KHAN

The tug of war between political parties to win over one another was evident in the aftermath of demolition of mosque at Kadalpur village in district Gautam Budh Nagar of UP. The decision taken in haste to suspend IAS officer Durga Shakti Nagpal by S... More

WEST ASIA

Renewed Peace Talks A New Oslo-Accord in Making

By MOHAMMAD PERVEZ BILGRAMI

Israel and the Palestinian Authority resumed peace talks in Washington on 29 July 2013. The negotiations had remained stalled since 2010. US Secretary of State John Kerry visited the region six times during the past five months in an effort to restar... More