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Analysis of Causes of Tribulation in Muslim World & Future:

."ALLAH would never change a favour that HE has conferred upon a people until they change their own condition" [Quran;8:53]
"surely Allah does not change the condition of a people until they change their own condition [Quran;13:11]
“If He wills, He can remove you, and substitute whomever He wills in your place,”[Quran; 6:133].

Islam revolutionized the primitive oppressive societies not only in the Middle East but all over the world. Islamic civilization lead the world for over thousand years, but the cracks started to be noticed since 15th century C.E. Ultimately the Christian West dominated the world through colonization but failed to cause any considerable dent in the ideology of Islam, which is based upon justices, equity & high morality. After end of colonial period the Islam resurged to again dominate the lives of its adherents. In fact despite their propaganda, the Imperialist West could not root out Islam from the hearts and daily lives of Muslims. Keep reading …

Nigeria: From the Sharia movement to Boko Haram

In the politics of Nigeria, religion, ethnicity and regionalism are intermingled. Almost all Hausa are Muslim and overwhelmingly located in the North. Almost all Igbos are Christian and are geographically concentrated in the East. The Yoruba, on the other hand, are half Christian and half Muslim and are concentrated mainly in Western Nigeria. Since its …Continue reading »
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The Great Book Robbery

When the Arab-Israeli war raged in 1948, librarians from Israel’s National Library followed soldiers as they entered Palestinian homes in towns and villages. Their mission was to collect as many valuable books and manuscripts as possible. They are said to have gathered over 30,000 books from Jerusalem and another 30,000 from Haifa and Jaffa. Officially …Continue reading »
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Arabs, not Islam, spread by the sword

Pre-Islamic Arabia, like much of the rest of the pre-modern world, was a place of continual low-intensity warfare. (So was Europe, which is why castles and fortifications litter the continent’s landscape, and why Shakespeare’s historical plays almost always feature violent conflicts and intrigue.) But when Muhammad came along and when, in response to his preaching, …Continue reading » Also visit: http://aftabkhan.blog.com