Under the sight, hearing and authorization of the regime’s institutions in Jordan of the Royal Jordanian Film Commission, the Authority of the Petra Region and others, a series of obscene episodes produced by the American entertainment company Netflix was premiered in Petra, Wadi Rum and other places in Jordan, which was filled with forbidden scenes, […]
On the 30th of April BBC news reported on the horrific death of a mentally disabled Italian pensioner Mr Stano, who was systematically targeting by a local gang of youths. Over many months they repeatedly abused, beat and robbed the 65-year-old helpless man who was unable to defend himself. They even shared their assault on […]
Nowadays, there are some prominent conversations about law, justice and security. It is propagated that these matters are amongst the highest ethical and moral issues of the democratic society. Every single government promises to its citizens a safe and just country. But is it really the truth? Are we living today in a time where […]
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During the week since the massacre at An-Noor and Linwood Mosques in New Zealand, we have seen some politicians grieving publicly, while many others have been notably quiet. We have seen some journalists questioning their industry’s role in promoting hateful anti-Muslim rhetoric, while many more have not, focusing instead on the gunman himself, the far-right […]
As more young lives are tragically lost to the rising knife violence that now characterises life for many of the young people of Britain, the Home Secretary can promise nothing but more face-saving gestures.
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After 1300 years of existing as an ideology which was established in society, Islam became relegated to the position of a mere ‘religion’ with the destruction of the Khilafah State. This has created the unnatural situation where Muslim children are born and raised in societies which implement an ideology that contradicts their Deen.
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Last month a Syrian refugee boy was attacked in his school playground and his sister as well. The two incidents were filmed and spread across social media, showing the bully threatening to drown his victim. Now, a month on, the mainstream media are reporting the incident and police are only now reportedly charging the 16-year-old […]
Question after translation: It says in the book Structuring of a Party (Attakattul el-Hizbi), page 50 (Arabic edition): (e) Another obstacle that stands in the way of the Da’wah involves the difficulty in sacrificing matters of worldly life, such as wealth and business, for the sake of Islam and for carrying its Da’wah. To overcome […]
Far right anti-Islam British activist Tommy Robinson has been invited to address the US Congress in November, reports the Independent newspaper. He is currently awaiting trial for repeatedly reporting on an ongoing trial of a group of Asian men accused of rape, attempting to accuse them of being motivated by Islam, despite the convicted leader […]
It’s amazing how unprofessional writers such as Ed Kessler appear when they use the mainstream media to promote their own bigoted and religious views, while attempting to appear fair and expert in the field they talk about. A recent article in the Independent Newspaper about religious conversion started as a historical account of conversion in […]
The issue of screen time in the form of smartphones and tablets has become a epidemic that is quickly deteriorating our Muslim youth. Young girls and boys, pre-teens, teenagers, and young adults in their early 20’s attached to their screens as their 3rd hand and other having nomophobia, the extreme fear of being without a […]
Every great nation has red lines that must never be crossed. Consequently, the great nations, especially the ideological nations, take care of their military strength as well as their ideology. Great nations take measures that will protect, spread and ensure domination of their respective ideologies and they employ their military power to achieve this. So […]
Even the smallest amount of alcohol is bad for your health, a new study has found. The Global Burden of Disease study reveals that although moderate drinking may protect from specific diseases — particularly ischaemic heart disease and diabetes — the positive effect is completely offset “by the risks associated with cancers, which increased monotonically […]
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There has been a lot of talk in the Muslim countries, including Jordan about corruption and corrupt people and their prosecution. To look at the truth of corruption and the position of Islam regarding it, the following must be recalled:
The BBC reported on 27th July that US actress Anne Hathaway has urged white people to ask “how ‘decent’ are we really?” after a black teenager was stabbed to death on a California train. Nia Wilson, 18, was killed after she and her sister were both knifed in the neck on Sunday night in Oakland […]
One of the most talked about topics in British media and political circles is the National Health Service (NHS) and how it is funded. Week after week there are discussions about how the quality of care is suffering due to insufficient government funding, on the one hand, and the coming challenges of providing adequate care […]
The world has been reminded of the callousness of the secular world order this week, as American President Donald Trump gloated about his determination to expel undocumented migrants, even if that means separating children from parents. With more than 2000 such separations in the last 6 weeks, questions are being asked about the inhumanity of […]
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Russia is covered by a wave of euphoria in connection with the rise in oil prices. On May 15, it reached $ 79.5 per barrel, for the first time since 2014. The Kremlin is thought to be inspired. A more detailed examination of the basics of what is happening is necessary. This is due to […]
On Wednesday, 16 May 2018, Kenyan President assented into law Computer Misuse and Cybercrimes Bill, 2018. Furthermore, on Tuesday, 22 May 2018, Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) issued a public notice that as from 28 May 2018, anyone filming videos for public viewing will be required to obtain a license for the same.
On 25th of May, Ireland voted in a referendum to overturn a constitutional ban on aborting the unborn fetus. The Irish prime minister, Leo Varadkar, celebrated the result saying that the Irish public “trust and respect women to make their own decision and choices.” The anti-abortion campaign spokesman declared that “the unborn child no longer […]
Tanzania and international media outlets reported on the allegation made by Wawi MP, Ahmed Ngwali, on May 11, 2018 in the National Assembly that the government has failed miserably to prevent the importation of fake goods. He further pointed his fingers towards security apparatus saying that without their participation this importation would be incredible difficult.
Only a few days ago, on the 5th May marked the 200th birthday of one of the Scientific Socialisms founding fathers, Karl Marx. The remembrance gave birth to a discussion amongst academics, thinkers and economists, whether there is still something to be learned from Marx.
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The Egyptian Minister of Endowment (Awqaf), Dr. Mohamed Mokhtar Gomaa, lost his calm, and could not contain his anger in the academic institute of knowledge, Zagazig University, during the discussion of a master thesis presented by the student Wajdi Abdul Qadir on “Renewing the Religious Thought in Islam…The Model of Muhammad Iqbal”. The Minister was […]
The Independent Newspaper, in its latest in a series of articles aimed at demonising Islam and Muslims, published a story of a tragic victim of a British child exploitation ring, who has unfortunately been misled into believing that “Islamist extremism” was a motivating factor in her abuser’s crimes. The article focuses on the moderate and […]