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The Significance of the Kashmir Black Day

Why Kashmiris around the world commemorate this day every year. 27th October 1947 is being the darkest day of the Kashmir history, on this unfaithful day when Indian Armed forces with the help of British conspirators landed their forces in the peaceful land of Kashmir. It was 2 pm when …

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Study sounds warning alarm over Childhood Obesity

More children will be overweight than underweight by 2022, if global trends continue, experts say. WHO’s warning came in Tuesday’s publication of a study, undertaken in conjunction with Imperial College London, which measured the weight and height of almost 130 million people above the age of five worldwide. It is …

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Number of Swedish Children Wanting to Change Gender Doubling Each Year

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/03/15/swedish-children-gender-double-year/ by VIRGINIA HALE  Jamiat Comment: This article illustrates the level that the “Civilised/Enlightened” West has degenerated to.  May ALLAH protect us and especially our youth from aping the western/secular atheistic/hedonistic way of life. Sweden’s health minister has promised more support for gender identity clinics as it emerged that the number …

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Violence in Myanmar shows the world needs to stop romanticising Buddhism

17 Sep, 2017 2:41pm  7 minutes to read Play Video The UN migration agency (IOM) said the deepening crisis of Rohingya refugees arriving in Bangladesh continues to overwhelm humanitarian agencies and has exceeded their initial predictions for emergency planning. / AP news.com.au By: Charis Chang People don’t generally associate Buddhists with …

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The Genocide Of The Rohingya

Big Oil, Failed Democracy And False Prophets Ramzy Baroud — September 13, 2017 countercurrents.org   To a certain extent, Aung San Suu Kyi is a false prophet. Glorified by the west for many years, she was made a ‘democracy icon’ because she opposed the same forces in her country, Burma, at …

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Letter from Aleppo: Returning to devastation

Born into a Circassian-Syrian family, Natay Abdullah hails from Aleppo, a city that has been ravaged by conflict since the start of Syria’s civil war in 2011. Abdullah, a 29-year-old graphic designer, found himself unemployed in 2012 and spent several months working for local humanitarian aid initiatives before moving to …

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GaStat Report:Over a million women pilgrims perform the Haj

A total of 1,334,080 men and 1,018,042 women have performed Haj this year, according to the latest statistical report by the General Authority for Statistics (GaStat). It said the number consisted of both the pilgrims coming from outside who were 1,752,014 and the domestic Hajis who were 600,108. The report …

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