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Rare silk Quran helps preserve Afghanistan’s cultural heritage

AFP | One of the only Qurans ever made from silk fabric has been completed in Afghanistan -- a feat its creators hope will help...

Power of Ramadan building spiritual and social capital

Dr. Zahid Parvez | Islam aims to bring people together in peace and cooperative relationships. People bonded together with shared faith and moral values can...

Price hike during Ramadan

Beenish Saleem | Ramadan, the sacred month of Muslims is a blessing from Allah, for the entire Muslim Ummah. Muslims from all around the world...

France calls to delete the verses of Quran to achieve “cultural...

News Desk | Last month, a manifesto was published in French daily signed by some 300 prominent intellectuals and politicians supported by former President Nicholas...

Learning methods that suppress critical thinking

Muneeb Imran | Sitting with old colleagues, who parted ways into either different departments of the same organization or into different organizations, the discussion became...

Information Warfare: Historical Excursus and Russia’s Position

Leonid Savin | Historical Excursus on Information Warfare If we take the prototype of Western war to be based on Homer’s historic epic the “Iliad” (the...

Lindsay Lohan makes London Modest Fashion Week appearance in hijab

News Desk | Lindsay Lohan was recently spotted wearing a Hijab at London Modest Fashion Week, sparking the rumours of her conversion to Islam. Earlier,...

Is Nauman Ali Khan a ‘womanizer’?

News Analysis | Pakistani-American Preacher, Nauman Ali Khan, finally broke the silence, after he was accused of having inappropriate WhatsApp conversations with women. After days...

Hijab style trends: From the Afghan burqa to the cover of...

July 12 is National Hijab Day in Iran, a celebration that has been met by defiant protests by women driving headscarf less in their cars. At the same...

Is political instability rocking the Pakistani Boat?

Asif Haroon Raja | On October 12, 1999, a democratically elected government of PML-N was toppled by the military under Gen Pervez Musharraf. Nawaz Sharif...

Madrasa Reforms: Lynchpin of Pakistan’s efforts to combat terrorism

Jamal Hussain | Any critique about madrasas in Pakistan must be handled with care, given the sensitivity of the public about an institution considered by...

Does ‘shariah law’ fit in or clash with Western legal system?

Christopher van der Krogt | Islam, like Judaism, is a religion of law. The usual Arabic word for Islamic law is sharia (pronounced shar-ee-ah), originally...

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