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islamtics · 2 minutes ago
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Always focus on your blessings
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islamtics · 3 minutes ago
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Sabr is when your heart burns but you remain silent.
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zaidameer91 · 4 minutes ago
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During the end times, the dreams of a Muslim will hardly be false as prophethood and its effects will be far away.
Muhammad Qasim is one such individual through whose dreams Allah is giving us glad tidings of a coming Islamic golden age.
Visit www.muhammadqasimpk.com to learn more
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incoherenci-blog · 33 minutes ago
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Pakistan, Quo Vadis (Where are you going)?
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By James M. Dorsey
Pakistan’s place in a new world order is anybody’s guess. Recent policy moves suggest options that run the gamut from a state that emphasizes religion above all else to a country that forges a more balanced relationship with China and the United States.
The options need not be mutually exclusive but a populous, nuclear-armed country whose education system is partially anchored in rote learning and memorization of the Qur’an rather than science is likely to raise eyebrows in Washington and Beijing.
Pakistan has long viewed its ties to China as an unassailable friendship and strategic partnership China but has recently been exploring ways of charting a more independent course.
Relations between Islamabad and Beijing were bolstered by an up to US$60 billion Chinese investment in the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a cornerstone of the People’s Republic’s infrastructure, transportation, and energy-driven Belt and Road Initiative.
Deeply indebted to China as a result of the Belt and Road that has significantly contributed to electricity supply and transportation infrastructure, Pakistan will have to tread cautiously as it explores the margins of its manoeuvrability.
Nevertheless, suggesting that CPEC may not live up to its promise to significantly boost the country’s position as a key Belt and Road maritime and land transportation hub, Pakistan recently agreed with Saudi Arabia to shy away from building a US$10 billion refinery and petrochemical complex in the port of Gwadar, long viewed as a Belt and Road crown jewel. The two countries are looking at the port city of Karachi as an alternative.
Gwadar port has been troubled for years. Completion of the port has been repeatedly delayed amid mounting resentment among the ethnic Baloch population of the Pakistan province of Balochistan, one of the country’s least developed regions. Work on a fence around the port halted late last year when local residents protested.
Building the refinery in Karachi would dent Chinese hopes of Gwadar emerging as a competitive hub at the top of the Arabian Sea. Doubts about Gwadar’s future are one reason why landlocked Tajikistan, as well as Afghanistan, are looking at Iranian ports as alternatives.
Saudi Arabia and Pakistan initially agreed on building the refinery in Gwadar in 2019 during a visit by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. A Saudi-funded feasibility study has since suggested that Gwadar lacks the pipeline and transportation infrastructure to justify a refinery. The refinery would be cut off from Karachi, Pakistan’s oil supply hub.
In a similar vein, Pakistan has been discussing a possible military base in the country from which US forces could support the government in Kabul once the Americans leave Afghanistan in September under an agreement with the Taliban.
Washington and Islamabad appear to be nowhere close to an agreement on the terms that would govern a US military presence in Pakistan but the fact that Pakistan is willing to entertain the notion will not have gone unnoticed in Beijing.
Pakistan borders on China’s troubled province of Xinjiang, home to Turkic Muslims who face a brutal Chinese attempt to squash their religious and ethnic identity.
China fears that Pakistan, one of the few countries to have witnessed protests against the crackdown in the early days of the repression, could be used by Turkic Muslim militants, including fighters that escaped Syria, as a launching pad for attacks on Chinese targets in the South Asian country or in Xinjiang itself.
The notion of Pakistan re-emerging as a breeding ground for militants is likely to gain traction in Beijing as well as Washington as Pakistan implements educational reform that would Islamicize syllabi across the board from primary schools to universities. Critics charge that religion would account for up to 30 per cent of the syllabus.
Islamization of Pakistani education rooted in conservative religious concepts contrasts starkly with moves by countries like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to de-emphasize religious education and ensure that it is more pluralistic. The two Gulf states have positioned themselves as proponents of moderate forms of Islam that highlight religious tolerance while supporting autocratic rule.
"Pakistan is an ideological Islamic state and we need religious education. I feel that even now our syllabus is not completely Islamized, and we need to do more Islamization of the syllabus, teaching more religious content for the moral and ideological training of our citizens," asserted Muhammad Bashir Khan, a member of parliament for Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ruling party.
By implication, Mr. Khan, the parliamentarian, was suggesting that Pakistan was angling for a conservative leadership role in the Muslim world as various forces, including Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Turkey, Iran and Indonesia compete for religious soft power in what amounts to a battle for the soul of Islam.
The educational reform boosts Prime Minister Khan’s effort to be the spokesman for Muslim causes. The prime minister has accused French President Emmanuel Macron of peddling Islamophobia and demanded that Facebook ban expressions of anti-Muslim sentiment.
Critics warn that the curriculum will produce anything but a society that is tolerant and pluralistic.
Said education expert Rubina Saigol: “When the state aligns itself with one sect or a singular interpretation of religion, it opens the doors to sectarian conflict, which can turn violent… There is lip service to the ideas of diversity, inclusion and mutuality but, in reality, an SNC that is gender-biased, sectarian and class-based, will sharpen social differences, undermine minority religions and sects, and violate the principles of federalism.” Ms. Saigol was referring to Prime Minister Khan’s Single National Curriculum project by its initials.
Former Senator Farhatullah Babar warned that “The SNC…opens the door for… (religious) seminary teachers to enter mainstream educational institutions… It is well known that a majority of the education of seminary students is grounded in sectarianism. Imagine the consequences of…seminary teachers trained and educated in sectarian education entering the present educational institutions.”
A podcast version of this story is available on Soundcloud, Itunes, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, Spreaker, Pocket Casts, Tumblr, Podbean, Audecibel,  Castbox, and Patreon.
Dr. James M. Dorsey is an award-winning journalist and a senior fellow at Nanyang Technological University’s S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore and the National University of Singapore’s Middle East Institute as well as an Honorary Senior Non-Resident Fellow at Eye on ISIS.
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daily-hadith · 34 minutes ago
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Daily Hadith
Bismillah Walhamdulillah Was Salaatu Was Salaam 'ala Rasulillah Narrated Kab (Radi-Allahu 'anhu): The Prophet (Sallallahu 'Alaihi Wa Sallam) said, "The example of a believer is that of a fresh tender plant, which the wind bends sometimes and makes it straight other times. And the example of a hypocrite is that of a pine tree which keeps straight till once it is uprooted suddenly." Bukhari Vol. 7 : No. 546
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incoherenci-blog · 39 minutes ago
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Pakistan’s place in a new world order is anybody’s guess. Recent policy moves suggest options that run the gamut from a state that emphasizes religion above all else to a country that forges a more balanced relationship with China and the United States.
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reishecom · 47 minutes ago
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Sisi, Şarm El- Şeyh’te Suudi Arabistan Veliaht Prensi ile görüştü
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shazigohar · an hour ago
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moniqueislam · an hour ago
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Sorry Mom, Tijuana, 2016
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Sexuality and Religion
I think the main reason that I've come to identify as aro ace is the marriage standards of the religion that I've been bought up in since I was born.
I come from a Muslim family and I don't get a say in who I can marry or not. Because while Muslim men are free to marry Muslim, Christian or Jewish women, Muslim women are only allowed to marry Muslim men.
It sucks because I've mostly been attracted to Christian guys in the past and I guess the thought of marrying a man from my own religion doesn't feel like something I could live with tbh.
It's bad enough that Islam also doesn't let us do bf/gf, and honestly setting such dating standards makes it hard to actually wanna be in a relationship.
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rieltoruzz · an hour ago
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Allohu Akbar . . . . . . . . . . . #islam❤️ #islam #islom #alhamdulillah #inshaAllah #uyvaqti #uyvaqti_tv #ajr #ajrislom #vaqt #reklama #samalyot #trend #rec #samo #osmon #betiful #ok #followme #likeme #like #liketime #like #love #loveme (at Tashkent, Uzbekistan) https://www.instagram.com/p/CQSexNQJjKw/?utm_medium=tumblr
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moniqueislam · an hour ago
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Remer & Strozier, S. El Monte, 2021
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vijay1234sblog · an hour ago
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पानी मे मीन पियासी।
मोहिं सुनि सुनि आवै हांसी।।
आतम ज्ञान बिना नर भटकै,
कोइ मथुरा कोइ काशी।
मिरगा नाभि बसै कस्तूरी,
वन वन फिरत उदाशी।।
जल बिच कमल कमल बिच कलियां,
तापर भंवर निवासी।
सो मन वश त्रैलोक भयो है,
यती जती सन्यासी।।
जाको ध्यान धरे विधि हरिहर,
मुनिजन सहस अठासी।
सो तेरे घट माहिं बिराजै,
परम पुरुष अविनाशी।।
हैं हाजिर तोहि दूर बतावैं,
दूर की बात निराशी।
कहैं कबीर सुनो भाई साधो,
सतगुरु बिन भरम न जासी।।
कबीर ये तन जात है,
सको तो ठौर लगाव।
कि सेवा कर साधु की,
कि सतगुरु गुण गाव।।
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बंदी छोड़ कबीर परमेश्वर स्वरुप पूर्ण ब्रह्म परमात्मा सतपुरुष सत्यनारायण सतगुरुदेव तत्वदर्शी संत शिरोमणि गोविंद गुरु रामपाल जी महाराज जी की जय हो सत साहिब जी।
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islam-channel-gh · an hour ago
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Part 2 Are you ready to go to heaven? Take care your parents and childre...
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vijay1234sblog · 2 hours ago
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#पूर्णपरमात्मा_का_प्राकाट्य
अवतार vs प्राकाट्य
अवतारों का शरीर पांच तत्व का होता है जो मृत्यु उपरांत पंच तत्व में विलीन हो जाता है। जबकि कबीर परमेश्वर का शरीर पांच तत्व का बना नहीं है। वे अविनाशी हैं, जन्म मृत्यु से परे हैं।
हाड चाम लहू ना मेरे, जाने सतनाम उपासी।
तारन तरन अभय पद(मोक्ष) दाता, मैं हूं कबीर अविनाशी।।
तीन ताप के अन्तर्गत भगवान विष्णु जी को भी कर्म का फल राम और कृष्ण अवतार रूप में भोगना पड़ा। इससे सिद्ध है कि ये देव तीन ताप को नाश नहीं कर सकते।
ऋग्वेद मण्डल 9 सूक्त 96 मंत्र 17 से 20 में स्पष्ट है कि पूर्ण परमात्मा कविर्देव (कबीर परमेश्वर) शिशु रूप धारण करके अपना तत्वज्ञान संसार को देने के लिए प्रकट होता है।
वह अपने भक्त के सर्व पाप नाश कर देता है। (प्रमाण- यजुर्वेद अध्याय 8 मंत्र 13)
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thehijabimd · 2 hours ago
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If you can’t say “Bismillāh” before an action, then know that it’s unlawful.
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