• The Refugee Crisis End the Wars to Halt It

    1 Jul 2018 |
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    European politicians should honestly confront the question: what are the reasons that lead millions of people to leave their homes? asks Ramzy Baroud Europe is facing the most significant refugee crisis since World War II. All attempts at resolving the … More

Responsibility of the Civil Society and Citizens

The recent withdrawal of support to PDP by BJP in Jammu & Kashmir and the fall of the coalition government there indicates that now BJP has entered the election mode. For three years the marriage of convenience worked as political … More

BOOK REVIEW

New Muslims’ Journey of Faith

The Sun is Rising in the West:New Muslims Tell About Their Journey to Islam Muzaffar Haleem and Betty (Batul) Bowman Amana Publications, Maryland, USA (April 1, 1999) ISBN-10: 0915957922 ISBN-13: 978-0915957927 Pages: 320; Paperback Price Rs. 1,926.82 Amazon In Reviewed … More

ANTI-SEMITISM BOGEY

AMUST Accused of Anti-Semitism for Its Criticism of Isr...

  In its  front page story titled “Troubling Times,” The Australian Jewish News (Sydney edition, Friday 22 June), accused The Australasian Muslim Times AMUST of veering “into anti-Semitic territory” for publishing three articles that were critical of Israel. The President … More

BLAME GAME

Is Church Trying to Destabilise Modi Sarkar?

By Ram Puniyani A VHP spokesperson, Surendra Jain (June 7) stated that the Church in India is trying to destabilise Modi Sarkar. This was in the backdrop of the statements by two Archbishops, one of Delhi and the other from … More

FRIENDSHIP

A Beautiful Bond Called Friendship

  By Dr. Parvez Mandviwala God ﷻ and Abraham: Every reader of the Qur’an would readily appreciate how emphatic and furious God seems whenever there is any allegation or even an allusion to Him having a son or daughter or … More

HAPUR LYNCHING

Lynching Aims at Making Muslims Socially, Politically a...

  By our staff reporter Two men, Qasim and Samayuddin, were assaulted in a gruesome manner by a mob in Hapur. Qasim who was seen dragged along with policemen died later in a hospital. Samayuddin, who had gone to intervene, … More

ISLAMOPHOBIA

MCB Recalls Finsbury Park Attack

  A year ago on June 19, Darren Osbourne, a far right sympathiser hired a rented van to deliberately drive into Muslim worshippers outside the Muslim Welfare House as they finished their prayers, killing 51-year old Makram Ali and injuring … More

SOCIAL MEDIA

What’s up with WhatsApp!

By PACHU MENON From ‘Good Morning’ messages to exchange of pleasantries; from priceless quotes to humorous contents, messaging-apps have been having a field day regaling the subscribers. However, of late these applications too have graduated to carrying unsuitable materials for … More

WOMEN'S ROLE IN SOCIETY

Feminism and Islam Modern Perspective

By Syeda Mariam Shamsie Feminism is an issue of equality based on gender, gender identity and expression. Feminist movements campaigned for women rights, including right to vote, right to hold public office, right to own property, right to receive education … More

FACE-TO-FACE

FEDI Aims at Translating Ideas on the Ground: Dr Daud F...

Dr. DAUD SALIM FARUQUIE is Executive Director of Oxford Evidence and Interventions (OXEVIN) Oxford, United Kingdom and is founder and Secretary of the Foundation for Evidence-based Development in India (FEDI), a public charitable trust that aims to promote evidence-based policy, … More

INSIDE INDIA

INSIDE INDIA 01-jul-1028

Muslims rebuild Hindus’ gutted houses in Murshidabad In an instance of Hindu-Muslim camaraderie, over 3,000 Muslims gathering at Shamsherganj Idgah in West Bengal’s Murshidabad district for Eid prayers donated Rs 49,000 to rebuild the houses of six Hindu families that … More

MUSLIM WORLD

MUSLIM WORLD 01-jul-2018

Bosnia marks Martyrs Day to remember war victims A ceremony was held on the second day of Eid at the Kovaci Cemetery in Bosnia’s capital Sarajevo to remember the sacrifices of people during the 90s Bosnian War. The ceremony was … More

OBITUARY

P.C. Hamza is No More

P.C. Hamza, General Secretary of Welfare Party of India, breathed his last at his native place in Palghat, Kerala in the early hours of Friday, June 22. He was 62. Former National President of Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO), … More

READERS' PULSE

READERS' PULSE 01-jul-2018

The Climate Now is Toxic Narendra Modi with his huge mandate in 2014 was voted for development and good governance and not principally on the BJP’s traditional Hindutva agenda. Against the wishes of millions in the country who had voted … More

REPORT

AMU VC Releases Book on Thidiazuron

  ALIGARH June 19: Prof Tariq Mansoor, Vice Chancellor, Aligarh Muslim University released the book, Thidiazuron: From Urea Derivative to Plant Growth Regulator, jointly edited by Dr Naseem Ahmad and Dr Mohammad Faisal and published by the Springer. The book, … More