Arab Spring Turned into Muslim Winter

Five years back when Arab Spring sprouted, first in Tunisia, and then gradually spread to other countries, there was hope and sunshine. Now it has turned into cold winter with despair and darkness. It is because of the conspiracies of … More


Iran Launches Mustafa Prize

By SAMEEN AHMED KHAN Iran has announced the recipients of the inaugural Mustafa Prize, which may well be called the Muslim Nobel Prize.  In the field of Nano-biotechnology sciences, it is awarded to Jackie Yi-Ru Ying from Singapore and to … More


This Is What the Decade-long Siege Has Done to Us

By RAMZY BAROUD   Whenever Mariam Aljamal’s children hear the sound of thunder at night, they wet their beds. Their reaction is almost instinctive, and is shared by a large number of children throughout the Gaza Strip.   Mariam’s three … More


Concept of Human Resource Development in Islam

By SYED KAZIM Human Resource Development is the process of identifying, promoting and enhancing the required talents among the available human resource. Human Resource Development includes training an individual after he is hired, providing him with opportunities to learn new … More


JIH Seeks 6% of GDP for Education, Interest-Free Loan f...

Jamaat-e-Islami Hind has sent some suggestions to the Union Ministry of Finance for the Budget 2016-17. The suggestions are related to social sector, rural development, equity-based financing and interest-free farm credit.A consultation meeting of national office bearers of the Jamaat … More


Secularists Aren’t Silent, It’s Just that Some have...

By RAM PUNIYANI  The violence in Malda poses the basic question, is it a case of communal violence or is it just a criminal act, anti-social violence as some are claiming. On January 3, a large Muslim crowd mobilised to … More


India, Pakistan should Walk Extra Mile for Peace in Reg...

SALEEM MANSOOR KHALID, a noted academician, author and social activist of Pakistan, in an interview with MOHAMMAD NAUSHAD KHAN during his recent visit to India, said that both India and Pakistan should learn from the European Union as to how … More



END CHAIN OF UNJUSTIFIED ARRESTS OF MUSLIM YOUTHS: JIHMaulana Syed Jalaluddin Omari, Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, on 25 January expressed deep concern and displeasure over the continued arrest of Muslim youths in the name of countering ISIS and terrorism. In the … More



IT’S HUMAN NATURE TO REACT TO OCCUPATION: UN CHIEFUN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on 27 January sharply rejected Israel’s prime minister’s accusation that he encouraged terror by saying it was human nature for oppressed people to react to occupation. “The Secretary-General … More



The Idea of Confederation will Ensure Peace in SubcontinentThis refers to the column Political Juggernaut [Radiance Viewsweekly 17-23 January 2016]. L.S. Hardenia in his article, “The Mirage of Akhand Bharat” has rightly suggested the efficacy of the formation of a … More


Don’t Want Your Rs 8 Lakh or Rs 8 Crore, Tell Me Why ...

When a girl named Nirbhaya was brutally raped and killed, did anyone question her caste? Then why is Rohith’s caste under question here?” Radhika Vemula reportedly asked this on 23 January amid claims that her son Rohith, whose suicide is … More


Let’s Re-introduce Man to the Qur’ān, His Guideboo...

By DR. PARVEZ MANDVIWALA The existence of man’s life on earth is dependent on several natural factors like air, water, food, etc. without which his survival is impossible. To aid him in benefiting from these natural resources, he has been … More


WPI Demands Wine-Free Bengal

By OUR CORRESPONDENT The month long state-wide anti-liquor campaign organised by Welfare Party of India, West Bengal state committee concluded with a huge rally in Kolkata on 27 January. Shouting slogans and holding placards like “Don’t want wine; we want … More