• Our Income Inequality Challenge

    27 Dec 2021 |

      Arshad Shaikh studies the latest World Inequality Report and tries to understand the reasons behind the growing income inequality across the world and our country and looks at the different ways to address this obstinate economic challenge.   The … More

Blackest Deed of December

  The historical Babri Masjid was demolished on 6th December 1992. It was reportedly said by Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, the then president of India, that it was the second biggest disaster after the murder of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father … More

Never has Allah Put Two Hearts in a Manâ...

  By Syed Akbar Hassan   The Qur’ān (33:1-4) says: “Prophet! Have fear of Allah and do not yield to the unbelievers and the hypocrites. Allah is certainly All-Knowing, Wise. Follow what is revealed to you by your Lord; for … More

Minorities are in Majority in Jails, But...

  By Mohd Naushad Khan   Most of the findings, surveys and reports on minorities reflect very gloomy pictures and narrate a story of their marginalisation and discrimination. Even after the passage of seven decades of Independence, they are vulnerable … More

JIH Voices Concern over Move to Raise Le...

  Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) President Syed Sadatullah Husaini has expressed concern over the government move to raise the legal age of marriage for women to 21. The Union Cabinet has recently approved the introduction of a new bill that would … More

Islamophobia and Muslims’ Response to ...

  By Muhammed Tauqeer   [This is the second and concluding part of the article. The first part can be read here.]   The continuous othering has demoralised the Muslims for decades, leading to frustration and desperate reactions, none of … More

Smartphone-Vices Distract, Disturb Teach...

  Syyed Mansoor Agha dwells upon the ill-effects online education through the use of smartphones has left on pupils.   The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted many ill-effects upon our lives. Shutdowns caused a loss of schooling. ‘Online education’ catastrophically increased … More

Gujarat High Court Frustrates AMC Plan t...

  By Abdul Bari Masoud   In a landmark verbal ruling, the Gujarat High Court put a spoke in the wheel of the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation’s move to control the food habits of its citizenry. While hearing a plea by … More

Dying out of the Battlefield, a More Rec...

  The death of the first Chief of Defence Staff of India, General Bipin Rawat, his wife and 12 other army and air force officials and personnel in a helicopter crash in Tamil Nadu on December 8 brought to notice … More

Inside India 26-Dec-2021

  JIH HOLDS WORKSHOP ON PROTECTION, UTILISATION OF AUQAF Jamaat-e-Islami Hind’s Community Affairs Department organised a two-day workshop on the protection, development and proper utilisation of Waqf (Muslim endowments) Properties in India. The workshop, which was organised at JIH HQRS … More

Muslim World 26-Dec-2021

  US CONGRESS APPROVES ACT COMBATING ISLAMOPHOBIA    The US House of Representatives approved with 219-212 votes Congresswomen Ilhan Omar and Jan Schakowsky’s Combating International Islamophobia Act, thereby warning Islamophobes all over the world that they are under its watch. The … More

Photo Essay 26-Dec-2021

“The water God sends down from the sky giving life to the earth after it had been lifeless, causing all manner of living creatures to multiply on it; in the movement of the winds, and the clouds that run their … More

The Struggle against CAA, NRC is a Fight...

  By OUR STAFF REPORTER   The NRC-CCA is against Muslims, without any doubt. It is a move by the government to cut the ground under the feat of citizens,” said Arundhati Roy, an eminent author and activist while addressing … More

Look Back in Reflection

  By Sikandar Azam   As the year 2021 comes to an end, it is opportune time for us to look back in contemplation and reflection as to how we have spent the year. We have to reflect on our … More