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Zubair Khan

" Holder of three bachelor (honours) degrees in administration, management and strategic studies. Possess more than 40 years of experience on various managerial and adminstrative posts of private and public organizations. Contributes to Urdu and English periodicals regularly. Currently engaged as in charge Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission in Croatia

A wakeup call for Muslims

Source: ET The Muslim moment of truth has arrived. One cannot forget the day of March 15 this year when more than 50 Muslim worshipers praying in two mosques of Christchurch, New Zealand were a victim of mayhem and carnage unleashed by white supremacists who openly call for expelling Muslims […]

Flames of bigotry

Source: Dawn IT is yet another needless death at the altar of moral vigilantism. On Wednesday at Bahawalpur’s Government Sadiq Egerton College, a third-year student stabbed to deathKhalid Hameed, head of the English department, accusing the professor of ‘spreading obscenity’. It appears the young man had taken exception on religious grounds […]

An excellent example to stop Terrorism

Source: Social Media On 22nd of March at noon, Friday prayers time, New Zealand came to a standstill for 2 minutes of silence. Women across the country wore headscarves. The Azaan was broadcast nationally and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern participated in a 5,000 strong gathering for Friday prayers. This here […]

Where was God during Purim?

Source: CT The festival of Purim takes place tonight. Our road will be closed for the carnival and the biblical book of Esther will be read all over the world tonight and tomorrow morning. In some places, especially in Israel, the festival is extended until Friday. Everywhere, people dress up […]

Extreme prejudice

Source: Dawn HOW does the psychopath who sought to massacre congregations at two mosques during Friday prayers in Christchurch, New Zealand, differ from those who perpetrate comparable atrocities in the name of Islam? A toxic ideology based on the misanthropic notion that only a particular type of people — based […]

Tajikistan: Children barred from attending church, 5,000 Bible verse calendars burned

Source: CP Tajik authorities implementing a new religion law are barring children from attending religious services and have burned thousands of calendars with Bible verses. Amendments to Tajikistan’s Religion Law came into force in January last year, giving the state greater control over religious education, and increasing the amount of information religious […]