A Pioneer in the Clearness and Pureness of the Islamic Thought and the Clarity of the Method in an Age Plagued with Smog and Farness from the Prophetic Guidance

All thanks and praise to Allah (swt) Who made the Ummah of Mohammed ﷺ honored with its Deen rather than disgraced, All thanks and praise to Allah (swt) Who made the Ummah of Mohammed ﷺ strong with its Deen rather than weak, All thanks and praise to Allah (swt) Who made the Ummah of Mohammed ﷺ elevated with its Deen rather than declined, All thanks … Continue reading A Pioneer in the Clearness and Pureness of the Islamic Thought and the Clarity of the Method in an Age Plagued with Smog and Farness from the Prophetic Guidance

The city of Kairouan (القيروان‎) was founded on 2nd Ramadhan 50 AH

The foundations of the African city of Kairouan were built in Ramadhan 50 Hijri by ʿUqbah ibn Nāfiʿ (عقبة بن نافع‎) was a military commander serving the Rashidun Caliphate since the Reign of Umar RA and later on the Umayyad Caliphate. He was the nephew of Amr bin al-As RA and led the opening of Maghreb, including present-day Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Morocco. The Muslims … Continue reading The city of Kairouan (القيروان‎) was founded on 2nd Ramadhan 50 AH

Overcoming the Military Balance Mind Set

In our contemporary world, power politics dominates international relations and this has given undue prominence to the concept of military balance in determining relations between states. Both peace and war is decided as a function of military balance amongst states. Equitable distribution of military power amongst state actors produces peace, while any imbalance leads to war. Subsequently, excessive attention is directed towards understanding the conventional … Continue reading Overcoming the Military Balance Mind Set

Can the Islamic System make Pakistan a Self-Sufficient Economy?

Despite Pakistan’s Immense Economic Potential, Dependence on Imports is Staggering The trade deficit maintains its pace and posted an increase of nearly 36 per cent in October upon a year ago, the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics said on 13 November 2017. It is claimed that the surge in the import bill is driven by increase in imports of petroleum products, food products and capital goods … Continue reading Can the Islamic System make Pakistan a Self-Sufficient Economy?

Can the Islamic System Solve the Price Increase in Tunisia?

After the Increase in Price: The Regime, the Ruling Parties and the Union Dupe the People! After the Finance Act came into force, prices unprecedentedly increased in Tunisia, and some honest experts estimated that these increases could affect a fifth of people’s income. The government, which did not only abandon its responsibility to the hard workers, leaving them vulnerable to the exploitation of the monopoly of … Continue reading Can the Islamic System Solve the Price Increase in Tunisia?

Can the Islamic System Provide State-of-the-Art Healthcare as a Right of the People?

A telemedicine project was inaugurated at New Karachi Hospital on 28th November. The pediatric emergency room telemedicine site is supported by Child Life Foundation. Speaking on the occasion, Health Secretary Dr Fazlullah Pechuho said that telemedicine was the way forward in health sector. “Telemedicine projects will not only help in improving rural healthcare, but also improve quality of care all over Sindh,” Pechuho said. Public-private … Continue reading Can the Islamic System Provide State-of-the-Art Healthcare as a Right of the People?

Democracy Can Never Eradicate Political Corruption in Pakistan

Under Democracy, government institutions are hotbeds of corruption in Pakistan. According to the 2017 Transparency International report, Pakistan is the 116th most corrupt country out of 176 countries. According to the 23 May 2017 report of Khabrian Newspaper, members of the national and provincial assemblies, ministers and advisors from Sindh, including more than 100 bureaucrats are facing corruption charges in Sindh High Court, National Accountability … Continue reading Democracy Can Never Eradicate Political Corruption in Pakistan

Accounting the governors within the Islamic System (Khilafah)

Administrative Divisions of the Caliphate The Caliphate is divided up administratively to aid the Caliph in the task of ruling. Administrative divisions exist in all states today differing only in size and name. The territories which the Islamic State rules over are divided into provinces where each province is known as a wiliyah. The provinces are in turn divided into districts where each district is known as an … Continue reading Accounting the governors within the Islamic System (Khilafah)

THE RELEVANCE OF THE TRAGEDY OF KARBALA TODAY

This sacred month holds a solemn place in the pages of Islamic history. The 10th of Muharram reminds the Muslim Ummah of the tragedy and the bloody massacre of Karbala. It is the plains of Karbala that were irrigated with the pure blood of the Ahl ul Bayt, the noble family of the Prophet  صلى الله عليه وسلم Generations of Muslims have been disturbed by … Continue reading THE RELEVANCE OF THE TRAGEDY OF KARBALA TODAY