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Hindu man raising a Muslim child in Lucknow

May 14, 2012
On February 2002 a tea vendor in Lucknow Aiku Lal Sandil finds a Muslim boy abandoned at a garden near his tea stall, when asked about his whereabouts the boy only remembers his name as Akbar, Aiku reports to police but the police were unable to trace the boy’s parents as there was no complain registered on missing of a three year old boy in any of the police station all over the state.
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A Poppy Flower

May 9, 2012

In a desert, once, on a hunt did I find,

With a radiant smile, a flower so fair

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Holocaust survivor finds haven as Muslim

April 23, 2012

ImageUMM EL-FAHM, Israel — For more than five decades, Leila Jabarin hid her secret from her Muslim children and grandchildren — that she was a Jewish Holocaust survivor born in Auschwitz concentration camp.

Although her family knew she was a Jewish convert, none of them knew of her brutal past.

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REALITY OF SOUL

April 22, 2012

Knowing one’s self: Before we talk about practical solutions and life’s experiences relative to “shaping one’s self,” we must know our Nafs (Nafs is an Arabic word meaning self) and find out in what way we can re-shape, train, nourish, and transform it from its lower position to a higher level of existence.

We are aware that there are various orders and systems in the world and each one has defined man and his Nafs in its own way.  These systems in our age is the materialist order of Marxism and Capitalism which has engulfed half of our globe and ideologically it has seriously clashed with our Islamic ideology. In Marxism has simply defined man as an animal

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Tarek Mehanna and Uncle Sam !

April 21, 2012

Who is Tarek Mehanna ? 29 year old Muslim Egyptian-American and graduate of the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. He is a devout Muslim who is respected in the local Muslim and interfaith communities, and who gives back to his community by fulfilling the roles of brother, son, educator, mentor, scholar, professional, advocate and friend.

Tarek is described by those who know him well as humble, reserved, warm, compassionate, intelligent, charismatic, well-read, and dedicated. He has spent time delivering Friday sermons and directing youth study circles, speaking out against injustice and advocating for Muslim prisoners, teaching grade school students and helping those in need. Tarek is described as a man who is always giving.

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Persecution of Mohajir

April 10, 2012

Muhajir also known as Urdu-speaking people- مہاجر  [ migrants] is a term vaguely used by  Pakistanis to describe the immigrants, and especially their descendants, who chose to settle in Pakistan  after partition of British India toPakistan. According to the 1951 Pakistan Census: 7.2 million Muslims migrated from India to Pakistan while estimates of Western demographers vary from a high of 10 million to a low of 9 million.

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Religion & Rationality

April 5, 2012

Secular Hoodbhoy got busted by a convert at LUMS

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