Islam Another Chance? -A Rashid Shaz Reader

By Dr. Mohammad Ghitreef* Rashid Shaz as a versatile, thought provoking writer, thinker and a polymath scholar of Islam now came with an English reader in his reflexions and musings, which may help evolving a global Islamic thinking in modern Muslim mind, for ,It is to him, an attempt to unveil the hidden church in Islam.This volume with eleven sections comprising on more than 700 pages, edited by Pr. Geoffre Nash and forwarded by Dr.Glin.T Martin president World Constitution and Parliament Association.(WCPA) is published by Milli Publications New Delhi. Rashid…

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Terrorism, sedition charges framed against Dukhtaran-e-Millat chief Asiya Andrabi

New Delhi, Feb 23: Terrorism and sedition charges have been framed against Kashmiri separatist leader and Dukhtaran-e-Millat Chief Asiya Andrabi for allegedly conspiring to commit terror acts and waging war against the country with support from Pakistan. On February 20, Andrabi and two of her associates — Sofi Fehmeeda and Nahida Nasreen — were put on trial by Special Judge Parveen Singh of Patiala House Court for offences punishable under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and Indian Penal Code. The Special Judge framed charges for offences such as criminal conspiracy,…

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Indian Coast Guards feed stranded Rohingyas on high seas, urged to rescue them immediately

The UN high commissioner for refugees (UNHCR) said that some of the stranded Rohingyas have died By Subir Bhaumik KOLKATA — Indian Coast Guards vessels have reached a boat carrying 90 Rohingya refugees and three Bangladesh crewmen which drifted into India’s territorial waters a day back. Humanitarian groups monitoring the plight of the stranded Rohingya group on high sea said the Indian Coast Guards have given them some food and water, but a full rescue operation has not yet happened. “The last we heard from the Rohingyas was on Monday evening…

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Kapil Mishra has no regret on his speech, says will redo what I did on 23 Feb

New Delhi: BJP leader Kapil Mishra has said that he has no regret on his provocative speech that had delivered in communally charged Chandpur area of northeast Delhi on 23 February. ”It’s been a year now, so I want to say this here. If the need arises to redo what I did on February 23, I would do it all over again,” he said. He was speaking alongside authors of ”Delhi Riots: The Untold Story” at Constitution Club, reported The Indian Express. ”I have no regrets, besides the fact that we could not…

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Rizwan Khan booked for housing women of Tablighi Jamaat, moves Delhi HC

New Delhi: Rizwan Khan has moved the Delhi High Court to challenge the FIR lodged against him for providing accommodation to women members of Tablighi Jamaat. He filed his petition alleging that the case against him was “unwarranted” and “devoid of any evidence”. After the imposition of the lockdown on 24 March 2020, Rizwan had a place to stay for female Tablighi Jamaat devotees who had come to attend the Markaz event, which had taken place just before. After the imposition of the nationwide lockdown, the Additional Commissioner of Police (Daryaganj)…

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