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South Africa-Based Indian Barelvi Group: 'Whoever Performs A Prayer Of Forgiveness For A Dead Kafir [Infidel]... Or If Someone Calls A Dead Hindu A 'Bekanth Baashi' [Dweller Of Paradise]... [They] Are Themselves Kafirs'

South Africa-Based Indian Barelvi Group: 'Whoever Performs A P...

The following report is a complimentary offering from MEMRI's Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor (JTTM). For JTTM subscription information, click here . The Barelvi movement in Islam originated from the northern Indian town of Bareilly. It is ..., 2 weeks ago

Impact on Muslims

Hashim Qureshi On November 13, the blood of humanity was spilt mercilessly on the streets of Paris. ISIS barbarians shed the blood of humanism in the name of peaceful religion of Islam. The title of the one who brought the message of Islam is one ...
 Daily Excelsior.com18 hours ago

Good policies emerge in stable political system: Ahsan Iqbal

Federal Minister for Planning Development and Reforms Ahsan Iqbal has said that peace of Balochistan is imperative for ensuring progress and development in the country. Addressing a seminar on Stability of Balochistan Challenges and Possibilities at ...
 4 Traders2 days ago

Non-payment of tax against Shariah

LAHORE: A conference of 200 plus religious scholars from across the country declared here on Sunday non-payment of tax as against Shariah and demanded the government forcibly deduct the tax from those who could afford. Held under the umbrella of ...
 DAWN Group3 days ago

Sit-in staged for review of Mumtaz Qadri's conviction in Karachi

KARACHI: An alliance of several religious parties on Friday staged a sit-in at the Numaish traffic intersection, demanding that the government review the death sentence handed down to Mumtaz Qadri, the self-confessed killer of Punjab governor Salman ...
 DAWN Group5 days ago

Daish: Now you see it, now you don't, in Pakistan

How the far-right sees this extreme-right phenomenon Terror in Pakistan has an interesting and all too familiar starting point. It goes back to the days when Zia took the throne by storm and pointed his boots in the direction of jihad .
 Pakistan Today5 days ago

The Sufi Warrior

Altaf Qadir's Sayyid Ahmad Barailvi A painting depicting the Durbar of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. ANYONE who has ever sat for a Pakistan Studies exam should have some idea of who Sayyid Ahmad Barailvi Shaheed is. Yet as the book on the ...
 Kashmir Observer5 days ago

Left, right and center

In a Pashtun neighborhood in Karachi, the left-liberal People's Party and the sectarian group Pakistan Rahe Haq Party (PRHP) are campaigning together for the local council elections. Residents of Muzaffarabad Colony, especially the elderly who ...
 The Friday Times6 days ago

Madrasas on anti-IS drive

Darul Uloom Deoband and Dargah-e-Aala-Hazrat condemn Paris attacks Post-Paris attacks, two influential Islamic seminaries have come out strongly against the terrorist group, the Islamic State. Darul Uloom Deoband and the Bareilly-based ...
 The Hindu6 days ago

Bareilly shrine to run signature campaign against terrorism

Bareilly, Nov 19 : After the recent Paris attacks, the clerics at Dargah Aala Hazrat have decided to run a signature campaign in their upcoming 97th Urs-e-Razvi against terrorism. There will be two formats of the signature campaign — one will be ...
 Newshence.com1 week ago
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