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Hindu Students Recite Quran with Perfection

| March 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Dhule (Maharashtra): Two school boys, Anurag Bhagwan Patil and Harshal Patil of Dhule recite the Quran with correct accent. They are fifth standard students of the English medium school, managed by Young Boy’s Educational and Industrial Circle. Niloufer Ansari, Principal of the school said, “I am proud of Anurag and Harshal who can recite the […]

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This Brave Student Refused to Lose Hope!

This Brave Student Refused to Lose Hope!

| March 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Raushan went to the court as many times as she was required to, and seeing her passion, Chief Justice Mohit Shah directed the college to admit her. Raushan Jawwad, a 23-year-old student of KEM Hospital and College in Mumbai, secured first class in her final MBBS examination. This success comes eight years after she lost […]

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Visually Impaired Muslim Girl Recites Bhagavad Gita By Heart

| March 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Ask seven-year-old Rida Zehra if she knows the Bhagavad Gita, the visually-challenged girl folds her hand and starts reciting the holy book. Living at the residential Brij Mohan School for the Blind in Meerut (UP) for the last three years, Zehra has never seen the holy book, for she was born with 80% blindness. In […]

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Brave Heart Muslim Scot Reaches South Pole

Brave Heart Muslim Scot Reaches South Pole

| March 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Mostafa Salameh was brought up in a refugee camp before coming to the UK to study at Edinburgh University. He was knighted by the King of Jordan for his services to charity. By Alistair Munro Mostafa Salameh, 44, completed the gruelling endurance trek across Antarctica over 54 days, 38 of which were spent on skis. […]

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Cancer Patient, Ali Banat’s Mission

Cancer Patient, Ali Banat’s Mission

| March 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Ali Banat, very recently discovered that he had cancer and only seven months to live. A successful entrepreneur, Ali had everything he wanted, a fleet of high performance cars including a Ferrari Spider, luxury watches, mansions and just about everything else. Facing his inevitable fate, Ali began disposing of all his assets and made a […]

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Myanmar’s Muslim Free Hospital: A Boon to the Poor

Myanmar’s Muslim Free Hospital: A Boon to the Poor

| March 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Muslim Free Hospital offers care to people of all faiths free of cost. By Stephen Wallace In 1937, the Muslim Free Hospital was established in Rangoon, Burma. It was created by a group of Muslim leaders to care for the poor of Rangoon that had no other access to medical care. The initial investment […]

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Muslim Family Shelters 600 Cows for Communal Harmony

| February 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

“Hindus revere the cow and there is no harm if Muslims respect their sentiments,” Phule Khan A Muslim family in Rajasthan is doing its bit to maintain communal harmony, dedicating its life to the service of cows, reports Zakir Hussain in an article published in The Hindustan Times. Phule Khan and his family, who hail […]

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30 Muslims among 144 Successful

| February 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

West Bengal Public Service Exams Kolkata: Muslim representation in Government service in West Bengal received a slight boost with 30 Muslims figuring among the 144 successful candidates last month. According to Mr. Sultan Ahmed, Chairman of the West Bengal Minorities Financial Development Corporation, inclusion of more Muslims under the Other Backward Caste (OBC) category has […]

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Moin Cannot Walk, But He Swims like a Champion!

Moin Cannot Walk, But He Swims like a Champion!

| February 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

By Vandita Kapoor Moin Junaidi is a teenager from Belgaum, Karnataka. Unlike most other boys his age, Moin cannot walk. What he can do, however, is swim, like a champion. Moin has brittle bone disease, or osteogenesis imperfecta, which means that his bones are extremely brittle and highly prone to fracture. For Moin, even a […]

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A Good Samaritan from Assam

A Good Samaritan from Assam

| February 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

Raham Ali never got the opportunity to go to school. So he decided to donate half a bigha of his land to set up the first English medium school in his area. Abdul Gani, in an article published in TwoCircles.net, writes about Raham Ali, a farmer in a village in Dhubri district, Assam, whose act […]

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