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Youth, Politics and Islam

Recently, a discussion on the involvement of Malaysian youths in politics ensued. There had been media reports that youths of the country are getting less interested in politics. This is inferred from the lack of youth participation in political talks or activities carried out by political parties as well as the reducing percentage of young […]

Making Sense of North Korea

The annual UN General Assembly once again saw much bluster from many world leaders. US President Donald Trump highlighted: “The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea. Rocket Man is on a suicide […]

China Pursues Economic Growth Abroad but Abandons Millions of its Children in Homeland

A newly-released report on China’s “left-behind children” said that nearly one-third of rural students were left behind by their parents, with eight percent claiming that their parents’ death had no effect on them. More than half of rural children see their migrant worker parents less than twice a year, according to the Chinese Left-behind Children’s […]

Pakistan News Headlines 18 August 2017

Headlines: • Enough of the Man-Made Laws of Democracy, Muslims need the Second Khilafah on the Method of Prophethood! • Stop Foreign Colonialist Contact, not Merely Foreign Funding • Islam Secures the Religious Rights of its Citizens in a Way that the West Never Has or Can Enough of the Man-Made Laws of Democracy, Muslims […]

Muslims’ non-existent Rights and Life under Duterte’s Martial Law in Mindanao

Lawyers in Lanao del Sur Philippine expressed their “severe outrage” over alleged martial law abuses in Marawi City, Mindanao – a mainly Muslim city of about 200,000 people.  Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte declared martial law on the province a day after the deadly siege of Marawi claimed by ISIS. “The IBP-Lanao del Sur Chapter hereby […]

What happened to Turkey being a haven for Oppressed Citizens?

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, traveled to Beijing, the capital of China, to participate in the “Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation”, met with the Chinese President Xi for 45-minutes closed to the press. Among the delegations of the two countries made an agreement regarding, “the mutual extradition of the criminals, the transport in the […]

Amendments to Act 164: Islam will always be undermined as long as man has control over the sovereignty

Earlier this month, the Malaysian government tabled the second reading on the reform of Act 164.  The amendment to the Law Reform (Marriage and Divorce) (Amendment) Act 2016 has added Section 88A (1) which states that if a parent converts to Islam, the religion of their children shall remain the same unless both parents agree […]

Undocumented Children in Hong Kong: Endless Plight for Dehumanized Female Migrant Workers

On 12th April, reported a special story about the ‘heartbreaking’ plight of undocumented children in Hong Kong who live without identity as they were born from foreign migrant workers. Around 340,000 migrant domestic workers from the Philippines and Indonesia came to Hong Kong seeking better economic opportunities. However, Hong Kong government bars them from […]

China’s New Anti-Extremism Law is an Extension of its Brutal Campaign to Erase the Islamic Identity of Xinjiang’s Muslim Women and their Children

Blinded through its hate towards Islam, China has extended its brutal war against the Islamic beliefs of the Uighur Muslims of Xinjiang. On April 1, 2017, it enacted the Law on the “Fight Against Extremism” which once again targets the Islamic identity of Muslim women and their children as well as the Uighur Muslims in […]

Atheist Chinese regime forcing of Uyghur Muslims to abandon Islam falls on deaf ears of stone-hearted Muslim rulers

As reported in Aljazeera on 01-April-17, new legislation took effect in Xinjiang on 01-Apr-17 which lists a wide range of restrictions, including rejecting or refusing “radio, television or other public facilities and services”, marrying using religious rather than legal procedures and “using the name of Halal to meddle in secular life of others”. The rules […]

Megawati and Rosmah Meeting Reflects the Failure of Secular Policy to Stop the Epidemic of Sexual Violence against Children

Former Indonesian president Megawati Soekarnoputri commended Malaysia’s initiative to host a seminar to address sexual crimes against children. Megawati attended the National Seminar on Child Sexual Crimes which was inspired by the Prime Minister’s wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, was timely in view of the problems currently plaguing the world. Meanwhile, Rosmah said Megawati’s presence […]