After the Verdict

The genesis of Masjid-Mandir controversy cannot be attributed to religion. It was purely a political movement. It was cleverly cultivated and nurtured by an organisation which has its political avatar   which is now ruling the country.  This organisation has numerous … More

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A Journey through an Unventured Territory

10 Minutes 38 Seconds in This Strange World (Shortlisted for the 2019 Booker Prize) Elif Shafak Viking Press Published: June 6, 2019 Pages: 312 Price: Hardcover ` 1,154.00; Paperback ` 459.00 Reviewed by AYESHA SYED The novel is written by … More


Supreme Court Opens up to Transparency Law

CJI Office to Respond to RTI Queries but with Caution  By Syyed Mansoor Agha A 5-Judge constitution bench pronounced on Wednesday, 14th November that the office of Chief Justice of India is a public authority under the Right to Information … More


Some SC Premises in Babri Masjid Verdict Support Muslim...

[Some premises the Supreme Court of India made in the Babri Masjid verdict pronounced on November 9 support the Muslim standpoint on the case. We reproduce the excerpts from the verdict comprising those premises verbatim in the interest of our … More


Dr. Shafiqur Rahman Elected New BJI Ameer

The members of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami have elected party’s Secretary General Dr. Shafiqur Rahman as new Ameer of the organisation. The members, from all over the country, participated in the process of direct voting to elect their new Ameer, from October … More


NSA-Religious Leaders Meeting: JIH Supports Peace, Regi...

  The Vice President of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Muhammad Salim Engineer attended a meeting held at the residence of National Security Advisor Ajith Doval’s and called for maintaining peace and unity after the Babri Masjid judgment by the Supreme Court of … More


The Sanctity of Human Life

By Sikandar Azam The recent National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) data reveals that as many as 67,774 people were killed in the country due to personal vendetta during the period between 2001 and 2017. The data confirms that personal vendetta … More


Zakat: In Perfect Contrast with Usurers

By Syed Akbar Hassan GDP (Gross Domestic Product), which represents the total value of all goods and services produced by a nation over a specific time, is a good reflection of the size of the economy. In Islam, the socio-economic … More


#Justice for Fathima Latheef

By Arshad Shaikh On 9 November 2019, around the same time in which the Supreme Court of India was pronouncing the Babri Masjid verdict, another tragedy struck for those who believe in the idea of an inclusive and united India. … More


Potential of Women Professionals Remains Untapped in Me...

The National Co-Secretary of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH), Women’s Department, Rahamathunnissa said: “More and more women choose media as their career but their true potential is not utilised fully to depict the realities of life and events in the media. Women … More


Peace without Justice cannot Satisfy Everyone: SQR Ilya...

S.Q.R. ILYAS, president Welfare Party of India; Joint Convener, Committee on Babri Masjid and Convener of Tafheem Shariat Committee, Delhi and member Working Committee of All India Muslim Personal Law Board; is also Editor of Afkaar-e-Milli, Urdu monthly and Member … More


INSIDE INDIA 24-nov-2019

AIMPLB DECIDES TO SEEK REVIEW OF SUPREME COURT’S BABRI MASJID VERDICT The All India Muslim Personal Law Board on November 17 said that it has decided to file a review petition in the Supreme Court over the Babri Masjid verdict. … More


MUSLIM WORLD 24-nov-2019

join us in condemning Israeli atrocities in Gaza: jih The President of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH), Syed Sadatullah Husaini has condemned the recent atrocities of Israel in Gaza and urged all justice-loving people of India to do the same. In a … More


READERS' PULSE 24-nov-2019

Mystifying Form of Equal Opportunity Eminence As we remember Nehru on his birth anniversary, we know him giving an edge to our country that made the mark in the world. One may find the people in the ruling party not … More