Common Muslims between the Theology of Takfir (declaring others unbelievers) and the Politics of Takhrib (destruction)
Scores of religious edicts and decrees are issued by Muslim theologians, muftis and Ulema almost every day denouncing fellow Muslims who do not accept their version of Islam and hundreds of debates take place on these edicts in . . . → Read More: Turning Islam into a religion of war and hate
by Prem Sagar
Read it and open your eyes about great India:
900 million people earn only 20 rupees per day in India.
Out of which 500 million people earns only 10 rupees per day.
Out of which 250 million makes only 5 rupees per day.
Out of which 50 million people makes nothing.
We . . . → Read More: Incredible India?
Fine French dining in the heart of Pakistan? Sounds great — that is unless you’re Pakistani and you’re not allowed.
That’s right, restaurant owner Philippe Lafforgue, opened the 20-seat “La Maison” last October with the controversial policy.
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A cabal of self-confessed Hindu nationalists, as distinct from Indian nationalists, consistently lauds Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel because it finds in him a soulmate. He is not praised by himself; significantly, he is always pitted against Nehru. By A.G. NOORANI
“The communalism of a majority is apt to be taken for nationalism.”
- Jawaharlal Nehru on January . . . → Read More: India’s biggest threat
BY ALEX VINES
International media reports that Angola has banned Islam have caught the headlines, but it is not what it seems. It highlights once again poor communication and clumsy policy by the Angolan authorities, and how ill thought through policies are distorted by Angolan social media, the opposition and the international press.
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By Javed Ahmad Ghamidi
Polytheism, disbelief and apostasy are indeed grave crimes; however, no human can punish another human being for these crimes. This is the right of God alone
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Are you in Pakistan? Look around… what do you see? If you are in a city like Lahore and if you are in a posh area of Lahore you will probably see designer outlets, restaurants that offer every cuisine you can imagine, super expensive cars on the roads, people wearing the exorbitantly expensive brands whether . . . → Read More: When all hell breaks loose