Advertisement

Archive for November, 2012

17.5 lakh Foreign Pilgrims Performed Hajj this year

17.5 lakh Foreign Pilgrims Performed Hajj this year

| November 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

Nearly 17.5 lakh foreign pilgrims, 46 % of them women, performed Hajj this year, it was announced by Saudi Interior Minister Prince Ahmed, who is chairman of the Supreme Haj Committee. He said, 1,752,932 foreign pilgrims have arrived for Haj this year, including 801,126 women. He said the number was 4 percent (77,968) less than […]

Continue Reading

Moon Hill story

| November 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

The children’s story ‘How Moon Hill was saved’ in Islamic Voice issue of October 2012 made interesting reading. The author has very skillfully brought home the message of preserving the environment through his lucid and fluent English prose. Hope to see more such stories in Islamic Voice. Naseem Farooq Chennai

Continue Reading

No Freedom to Sacrilege

| November 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

This refers to your editorial ‘No Freedom to Sacrilege’ Islamic Voice October 2012  issue). It is indeed regretful that Muslims take to the streets as soon as they hear any negative remarks about the Prophet, peace be upon him. In this 7-billion strong humanity, we cannot stop people thinking in adverse terms about anyone. There […]

Continue Reading

CIS Campaign against Insult

| November 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

We all have come across a great insult and humiliation to the feelings of the Muslims in general in the form of anti-Islamic movies. In this regard the Centre for Islamic Studies, Bangalore has come up with a project “Repel the Evil with Good”. The CIS is distributing the biography of the noble Prophet and […]

Continue Reading

Kudos for Highlighting Malagi’s Services

| November 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

Kudos to Islamic Voice for highlighting the social service rendered by Mohammed Husein Malagi through a string of educational institutions! With old institutions like Anjuman Islam having become a ladder for Muslim politicians to ascend to selfempowerment, Malagi has been striving hard to empower the masses through useful courses and micro-credit. Islamic Voice has always […]

Continue Reading

Muslim World in the Woods

| November 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

The need of the hour for the Muslim world is introspection. This alone will help it come  out of the woods which they have got  themselves in. Much of the world is cursing the religion, Islam, which has been an abode of peace, brotherhood and equality. Rather than leaving it to God, we Muslims have […]

Continue Reading

Self Righteousness

| November 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

Self-righteousness—be it among individuals or communities—is disastrous. It is a deadly affliction if it affects a person. It turns into a scourge if it takes a community into its grip. It is a trait of personality that the victim is hardly able to distinguish, hence has to be made evident to him or her by […]

Continue Reading

Police Lies Exposed

| November 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

How much success the police across the country had in getting those it accused and arrested for committing terrorism? Almost nil. Nearly two dozen people were arraigned before the various courts in Delhi since 1992 in 16 different incidents. Almost all of them were acquitted by the courts except a few who are still facing […]

Continue Reading

New Chairman Claims Rs. 5 Cr. in New Deposits

New Chairman Claims Rs. 5 Cr. in New Deposits

| November 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

Mr. Naseer Ahmed, MLC and industrialist, who took over as the new Chairman of the Amanath Cooperative Bank aspires to put the Bank back on the rails. Naseer Ahmed was formally  elected the Chairman on October 3 when the newly elected Board met for the first time. Hailing from Kolar, Mr. Ahmed owns garments factories […]

Continue Reading

Cash from Trash

Cash from Trash

| November 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

Safa Baitul Maal, an organisation managed by a team of Ulema is reaching out to the poorest of the poor through providing health facilities and a score of other activities. Their novel way of generating funds for this is interesting and admirable. Dressed in spotless white kurta and pyjama, a team of Ulema are reaching […]

Continue Reading