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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

US and Taliban building a package deal

Source: AT US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan in an interview on Sunday with CBS’s Face the Nation discussed the evolving relationship between Washington and the Afghan Taliban. Three things emerged.  First, Sullivan disclosed that “over-the-horizon strikes” against ISIS-K from outside Afghanistan will continue, but he ruled out any return […]


Source: Dawn It was only a matter of time before the US finally pulled the plug on its longest-running war. But the speed and ease with which the Taliban wrested control of Afghanistan took the world by surprise. With the Taliban trying to reassure the world that they have changed, […]

A reformed Taliban?

Source: Dawn AFTER capturing Kabul the Taliban want to be seen as rulers rather than just as a religious militia. Eager to secure legitimacy — internationally and among Afghans — closed door negotiations are afoot for a government inclusive of non-Taliban Afghans. Will these actually work out? And what lies […]

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat with the help of Humanity First and Khuddamul Ahmadiyya, prepares, packs and distriubtes 2150 meal packets daily in flood affected area of Germany.

By Zubair Khalil Khan It is Meckneheim, a city near Bonn, which has become the focal point for the food preparation, packing and its distribution in the flood affected area of Germany. Even German Army, Police and other departments helping in the restoration of infrastructure are also benefiting from this […]

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat along with Humanity first and Majlis Khuddmaul Ahmadiyya in forefront to help Flood Victims in Germany.

By Zubair Khalil Khan During last days, German states of Rhineland Palatinate and North Rhine Westphalia were worst affected due to relentless rains and storms which caused rivers and reservoirs to burst their banks flooding homes and bringing down the buildings. These floods are considered to be the worst floods of […]

Breastfeeding from six months to over a year lowers an infant’s risk of obesity, diabetes, gastrointestinal infections and more

Source. CNN Prior research shows extended breastfeeding from six months to over a year lowers an infant’s risk of obesity, diabetes, gastrointestinal infections and more, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It also reduces the mother’s risk of some cancers, diabetes and high blood pressure. A […]