Day: November 11, 2014

Isis in Syria: The story of the martyred soldiers who fought ‘to the last bullet’ to avoid the fate of captured comrades beheaded by militants

By Robert Fisk, The Independent No one knows who Haj Badr was, but his white-painted tomb lies in a small sanctuary atop an ancient “tel” where potsherds thousands of years old lie scattered down the hillside. And it is from this windswept outpost south of Qamishli – for many years […]

UK: Poppy Hijab sparks controversy

The poppy hijab that defies the extremists: British Muslims urged to wear headscarf as symbol of remembrance £22 headscarf is backed by Muslim groups as a symbol for remembrance Launched tomorrow to mark 100 years since the first Muslim soldier was awarded the Victoria Cross for his bravery during World […]

Pakistan: Violence at Wagah

No Religion, Including Islam, Advocates Terrorism or Militancy   Violence at WAGAH By Maulana Wahiduddin Khan Nov 07, 2014 The greatest problem with Muslims is that they are lagging far behind in modern scientific education.  It is modern education alone that can change traditional mindsets A deadly suicide bomb attack […]