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Are we truly believers? Political Prisoner Babar Ahmad

Babar Ahmad

Every sin we commit delays the arrival of Allah’s Victory. Every Salah we delay extends the incarceration of a captive at Guantanamo Bay. Every drug we take allows another Quran to be flushed down the toilet. Every hour we waste watching TV allows another Muslim to be kidnapped and extradited into the hands of savage beasts. Every time we gaze ... Read More »

මුස්‌ලිම් සහෝදරවරුනි· දහම විසින් ඔබ සුරකිනු ලබනවා ඇත.

ඉස්‌ලාම් සමය නිග්‍රහයට ලක්‌ කරමින් ඇමරිකාවේදී සාදන ලද චිත්‍රපටය නිසා ලොව පුරා සිටින මුස්‌ලිම් සහෝදරවරුන්ගේ සිත ඉතා දරුණු ලෙස පෑරී තිබේ. මේ මොහොතේදී ලොව හැම රටකම ඉස්‌ලාම් භක්‌තිකයෝ පෙර කී චිත්‍රපටයට එරෙහිව විරෝධතා ව්‍යාපාරවල නියෑළෙමින් සිටිති. ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ තත්ත්වය ද මෙයමය. මෙහිදී කුඩා මතක්‌ කිරීමක්‌ කළ යුතුය. එනම් මෙය ඇමරිකාව විසින් සාදන ලද චිත්‍රපටයක්‌ නොව ඇමරිකානුවකු විසින් සාදන ලද චිත්‍රපටයක්‌ බවය. මේ චිත්‍රපට අදටත් අන්තර් ජාලයේ යූ ... Read More »

Islamic Beauty In Diversity By Dilnawaz Qamar

  The majority of those who have an antagonistic attitude and behaviour towards other religions have closed personalities. They are never open to those who are different. They are over-defensive and overprotective of their own superior beliefs. In the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, ‘diversity’ is defined as: “When many different types of things or people are included in something.” Diversity ... Read More »

Utah church offers free Korans in Easter gesture By James Nelson

(Reuters) – A Utah church is giving away free copies of the Koran in an Easter season ecumenical riposte to the recent burning of the Islamic holy book by a controversial Florida pastor. The Wasatch Presbyterian Church has ordered 50 copies of the Koran to be distributed at a local bookstore starting on Monday. "We're not promoting Islam, we're not ... Read More »

Syria Internet Disrupted As Egypt Blackout Catches On In Middle East: Reports

  On the same day that Egypt has suspended online activity, Syria has also blocked internet service, according to reports. Syria is known for a tight control of the internet, which was tightened further after the unrest in Tunisia, reports Reuters. Now, Al Arabiya is reporting that internet services have gone down completely in the country. Previously, Syria had blocked programs that "allow ... Read More »

Israel Fears Regime Change in Egypt By Gil Yaron in Jerusalem

Concerns about the Muslim Brotherhood Israel is watching developments in Egypt with concern. The government is standing by autocratic Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, out of fear that the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood could take power and start supplying arms to Hamas. Israel is usually a country where politicians have an opinion on any topic, and vociferously so. But in recent days, ... Read More »