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Alas a glimmer of hope – Thank you @JustinTrudeau | #Canada

The video shows Canadian children welcoming the first batch of Syrian refugees by reciting the same verses which were recited by the people of Madinah for Prophet Muhammad (Peace & blessings be upon him) . This is a wonderful gesture by the Canadian government, unlike their neighbor America who have projected the refugees as terrorists and fanatics. … Continue reading

Plight of Syrian Refugees

Originally written for Lex Solo`s Blog It has been over 4 years since the Syrian civil war started. Although the Arab Spring took the whole Middle East by a storm, but the Syrians were the most affected. An estimated 9 million Syrians have fled their homes since the outbreak of civil war in March 2011, … Continue reading

Mourning Charlie Hebdo Journalists, While Ignoring that US-NATO State-Sponsored Terrorism is the “Number One Killer” of Journalists

Originally posted on Counter Information:
By Julie Lévesque Global Research, January 10, 2015 In the wake of the terrorist attack by self-proclaimed Al-Qaeda operatives killing 12 people including 8 journalists from the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, the Western elite and mainstream media display of compassion and indignation highlights their complaisance towards Western and Israeli…


We do not live in a black in white world. Nothing is as simple as it seems, there are multiple shades of grey and this is the reason many people who cannot fathom the extent of complexity of the world, make simplistic conclusions to fit their view of the world. Ever since Paris attacks, anti-Islam … Continue reading

The Prophetic Legacy: Forever Living, Forever Enlightening

When Almighty Allah created Prophet Adam  عليه السلام, it was for the purpose of sending a vicegerent on the Earth who would remind people of God, to ensure that humanity would become subservient to Him and would spend their days and nights in awe of the Magnificent Creator, praising no-one but Him and turning to … Continue reading