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Just a thought of what should have been.

Should the US Ban Muslim Immigrants?

By Dom Nozzi

January 31, 2017

In January of 2017, Donald Trump was blasted for proposing a ban on Muslim immigration into the US.

I believe I am about the only person on the political left who is not attacking Trump for his Muslim ban. 333 more words


BJP's crackdown on abattoirs spreads, stoking Muslim unease

Source: Reuters

By Rajendra Jadhav and Mayank Bhardwaj | MUMBAI/NEW DELHI

A crackdown on unlicensed abattoirs in India’s most populous state has spread to other states ruled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party, as Hindu hardliners press a political agenda that risks alienating the country’s Muslim minority. 126 more words


Pre-Partition History and Background of Pakistan’s Education System

By Talha Raza

Before the establishment of the English medium public schools and universities, children of Muslims families had to rely on the Madaris for the religious as well as the worldly modern studies. 2,513 more words


Does Islam have a room for Democracy? 

​Warning: No part of this editorial be copied or reproduced in anyway without the consent of the author. Remember that plagiarism is a crime according to Copyright Ordinance of 1962. 1,175 more words

World Politics

The Great Legacy of Barack Obama Revisited

Now, I have many problems with this country and what we stand for ranging from how our military has invaded other countries and attacked them killing innocent women and children to how we treat our homeless and minorities and much more but one thing I can be proud of and that is President Obama and what he has done for all of us. 1,895 more words


Muslim groups plan march against Jakarta's governor -- Jakarta's first Christian and ethnic Chinese governor is said to have insulted Islam


Wed Mar 29, 2017 | 4:58am EDT

Jakarta’s governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama talks to his lawyers inside the court room during his trial at the North Jakarta District Court in Jakarta, Indonesia, December 27, 2016. 461 more words