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Can life be prolonged? by Dr Ghayur Ayub
Posted By: Ghayyur_Ayub Created On: 19/Aug/2019 Views: 91 Replies: 0 
27148.jpg When I was working at Pakistan Medical Institute of Sciences (PIMS) Islamabad, I treated a well-known religious scholar of Pakistan. We became friends. I learnt a lot about daily matters linked directly to Islam. In one of our discussions, I asked him whether life could be prolonged. He answered in affirmative and supported his argument with an incident that one day Prophet (PBUH) was sitting with Click here to read Full Article

Mitochondria and our health By Dr Ghayur Ayub
Posted By: Ghayyur_Ayub On: 20/Aug/2019 Views:109 Replies:0 
A few decades ago, physicists concentrating on subatomic particles revolutionised science and introduced quantum mechanics in physics. In recent decades, the biologists focusing on mitochondria of cell are revolutionising the concept of health. They call mitochondria the power house of the cell. Historically, one theory suggests that mitochondrion was a bacterium that got caught in a eukaryotic ce Click here to read Full Article
The Muslims' Betrayal of Islam by Dr Firoz Mahboob Kamal
Posted By: Firoz_Kamal On: 15/Aug/2019 Views:114 Replies:0 
The changed objective & the betrayal In some diseased conditions, the human body even fails to discriminate its own cells from the cells of the invading bugs. In such misplaced immunity, the body’s own organs is perceived foreign and get badly damaged. It is called autoimmune disease. Similarly, the self-harming conceptual state runs very high in the Muslim ummah. The disease has gone to the e Click here to read Full Article
 
America and Pakistan in Search of Peace and Conflict Resolution by Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD.
Posted By: Mahboob_Khawaja On: 15/Aug/2019 Views:114 Replies:0 
President Trump and young looking Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan met this week at the White House. Trump is master to transform rhetoric into reality as he did to North Korean leader. Both were trying to overcome the historic indifference and prejudice to bridge the ever widening gaps between the reality and perceptions of relationship. If nation’s relationships are based on the simplicity of Click here to read Full Article
Global Peace and Human Security: India and Pakistan Itching for Showdown on Kashmir by Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD
Posted By: Mahboob_Khawaja On: 7/Aug/2019 Views:123 Replies:0 
Has civilization taught us to be more friendly towards one another? Asked Bertrand Russell, the British philosopher and intellectual and explains further: …Within the herd we are more friendly to each other than are many species of animals, but in our attitude towards those outside the herd, in spite of all that has been done by moralists and religious teachers, our emotions are as ferocious as t Click here to read Full Article
 
Kun Fia Kun By Dr Ghayur Ayub
Posted By: Ghayyur_Ayub On: 1/Aug/2019 Views:134 Replies:0 
Science tells us that living beings passed through a long process of evolution from non-living geochemical state to living biochemical state. As a Muslim, I am guided by Quran and from a very young age my Islamiat teacher taught me that Quran is against science. For example, I was told that the first human was created by Kun Fia Kun (Be and it is) and that Quran doesn’t believe in evolution. The Click here to read Full Article
Civil War in Yemen by Asif Haroon raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 24/Jul/2019 Views:141 Replies:0 
Sectarian and tribal divides in Yemen had sharpened during the long rule of President Gen Ali Abdullah Saleh. Separatist movement in South Yemen sought independent country. Saleh unified the country for the first time as an independent state in 1990. The Houthi movement in North Yemen, which champions Yemen's Zaidi Shia Muslim minority,and backed by Iran, had fought a series of rebellions against Click here to read Full Article
 

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