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Illogical Logic of Takfiri Taliban to kill innocent people- Refuted

Takfiri Taliban Pakistan through a letter to press tried to justify their immoral, illogical and  un-Islamic war against the state of Pakistan and its people.  Following points have been raised to justify killing of about 35,000 innocent Muslims including  women, children, civilians young & old and soldiers:
1.   It is justified to fight against believing Muslims, because there was fighting among early Muslims.
2. After defeat of USSR the Jihad in Afghanistan was not against USSR or USA, it was against the Muslims of Afghanistan, the Mujahedin who  had fought against USSR. This was justified through Fatwas by Ulema [Islamic Scholars] on the grounds of implementation of Shariah rule in Afghanistan. If Jihad was justified against pious Mujahedeen of Afghanistan, why it is not justified against people of Pakistan who are neither Mujahedeen nor scholars of Islam?
If some non Muslims would have given such logic to justify mass murders, one might excuse him being ignorant, but such argu…

Blasphemy law in Pakistan: The Facts and Fiction

Recently the  arrest and imprisonment of Rimsha Masih, an 11-year old Christian girl, by Pakistani authorities in the nation's capital, Islamabad, on charges of blasphemy  has created an uproar in international media. No one is bothered to killing of hundreds of Muslims in Burma and Assam in India. While criticizing any law, the local cultural, social and religious sensitivities must be kept in view.   The law of the land, sentiments and sensitivities of local population must respected. West has abandoned the Bible and law, they have allowed gay marriages, Holocaust denial is a crime in most of European countries, which seems absurd to many people including Muslims, but its their choice. If some does not like these laws he can't force his will upon them. Pakistan is in state of covert and overt war since 1979, when USSR occupied Afghanistan. The events of 9/11 gave it an other turn as USA also jumped in physically. Innocent people are being killed by US drones on one side and …

Heart, Science & Quran

Human heart has its own nervous system that is composed of approximately 40,000 neurons. These neurons are connected differently and more elaborately than elsewhere in the body and while they’re capable of detecting circulating chemicals sent from the brain and other organs, they operate independently in their own right. Having it’s own “mini-brain” is the reason why heart transplants work, given the fact that severed nerve connections do not reconnect in a different body. Furthermore, this elaborate nervous centre in the heart has more functions than simply regulating the electrical activities of the heart to keep it pumping. Continue reading >>>>
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Western and Islamic democracy

The word “democracy” — a Greek word in origin, is composed of Demo or the people and “Cracy” rule, or meaning rule of people, it started in city states of Greece. A lame tradition of Democracy was practiced in Rome where it got mixed up with Emperorship and had a zigzag course. Otherwise in Europe worst authoritarian rule remained entrenched till the French revolution or the 18th Century where the theory of Divine Rights of Kings was propounded. It developed after the French Revolution or after the 18th century primarily in England and also in France but naturally under the hallow of different cultural backgrounds Democracy as is now practiced evolved in England and the British parliament is called the mother of all parliaments. In England also it had a chequered development, passing through various evolutions.

Among Muslims we had our own concept of rule of the people. We were not without the concept of a rule of the people for the people and in early history of Islam, and this prin…

Massacre of Muslims in Assam India

Dozens have been killed and tens of thousands more displaced as violence breaks out in India's northeastern Assam state.
"The central government pumps in money for economic progress and military but there is a total disregard to the history of the northeast… The root cause remains that there has been unchecked infiltration over the years and a change in the demographics of the region."
Indian security forces are patrolling the streets in the state after days of rioting, with thousands of soldiers sent to secure the region after clashes between Bodo tribesmen and Muslim settlers. Authorities have ordered security forces to shoot on sight, but the state police chief denies that such an order was given. The fighting has left at least 40 people dead. Residents say the troops have come too late. Surrounded by China, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Bhutan, Assam is home to more than 200 ethnic and tribal groups. Muslim Bangladeshis make up most of the immigrants.
The latest wave of vi…

How Muslims, Christians and Jews See Each Other

1 In four of the six largely Christian nations included in the study, most say they have a positive opinion of Muslims. The exceptions are Germany (45% favorable) and Spain (37%), although views toward Muslims have improved in both countries since 2006. Also, solid majorities in Western countries have a favorable opinion of Jews. …Continue reading
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The Future of the Global Muslim Population Projections for 2010-2030

Executive Summary
The world’s Muslim population is expected to increase by about 35% in the next 20 years, rising from 1.6 billion in 2010 to 2.2 billion by 2030, according to new population projections by the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life. Globally, the Muslim population is forecast to grow at about twice the rate of the non-Muslim population over the next two decades – an average annual growth rate of 1.5% for Muslims, compared with 0.7% for non-Muslims. If current trends continue, Muslims will make up 26.4% of the world’s total projected population of 8.3 billion in 2030, up from 23.4% of the estimated 2010 world population of 6.9 billion. While the global Muslim population is expected to grow at a faster rate than the non-Muslim population, the Muslim population nevertheless is expected to grow at a slower pace in the next two decades than it did in the previous two decades. From 1990 to 2010, the global Muslim population increased at an average annual …