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The new war in Afghanistan and a new turn in history Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal
Posted By: Firoz_Kamal Created On: 15/Sep/2021 Views: 118 Replies: 0 
The enemies’ war never ends. They only change the strategies and the weapons. That is exactly true for the USA and its allies. The military war of the USA and its allies has ended in Afghanistan. But the Taliban is still perceived as an enemy. Hence, the war continues. But it is an economic cum ideological war. The USA and its allies are now behaving like wounded wolves. They are not in a mood to Click here to read Full Article

Crimes and defeat of the USA in Afghanistan & the crucial test for Taliban by Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal
Posted By: Firoz_Kamal On: 26/Aug/2021 Views:170 Replies:0 
Whoever defeats a champion also emerges as a champion. This is the established norm of a war. And here lies the importance of the Taliban. Taliban have now emerged as a significant big power –especially in the heart of Asia that is now reckoned by everyone. The Vietnamese fighters in their war against the USA had Soviet Russia and China as backers. Nor did they fight against a coalition of more th Click here to read Full Article
Arab World: the Valley of Death for the Islamist & the paradise for the wicked tyrants by Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal
Posted By: Firoz_Kamal On: 17/Aug/2021 Views:186 Replies:0 
The USA has lost confidence to win any war. Further war can only precipitate economic collapse and no victory. This is the lesson that the USA has learned from its humiliating defeat in Afghanistan. But the issue for the USA still remains. It can leave Afghanistan, but can’t leave its agenda of global dominance –its core business in world politics. So, it takes the alternative strategy. It is thro Click here to read Full Article
 
Pakistan and India’s Leaders Mark Freedom from British Colonialism: But Masses look for Navigational Change by Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD.
Posted By: Mahboob_Khawaja On: 18/Aug/2020 Views:826 Replies:0 
British imperialism was not accidental but a planned scheme of things to perpetuate its cultural and political dominance over the weak and most vulnerable people of the globe. Its aims were no different in the Subcontinent of India-Pakistan. The immediate focal aim was to destroy the existing culture of the established Mughal Empire and divide and rule the whole of India. Remember, imperialism was Click here to read Full Article
Absence of an Islamic State & the Calamities in the Muslim World by Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal
Posted By: Firoz_Kamal On: 11/Jun/2020 Views:539 Replies:0 
No faith sustains with its conceptual originality, vision and mission in absence of its core institutions. In such deprivation, not only the faith but also those who are adherents to the faith face an existential threat. Communism ceased to survive as a significant ideology after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The collapse of Asoka’s rule brought an end to Buddhism in India. After the collapse Click here to read Full Article
 
The Deceptive Goal & the Earned Failures by Dr Firoz Mahboob Kamal
Posted By: Firoz_Kamal On: 11/Jun/2020 Views:529 Replies:0 
A journey without a destination takes nowhere. Similarly, survival for the sake of survival only kills time and adds little worth to survival. In fact, the worth of one’s survival is decided by the purpose of survival. A martyr thus makes a huge difference from a mercenary killer. It is indeed a tremendous loss of life if that greatest gift of Allah Subhana wa Ta’ala (SWT) is wasted only for the s Click here to read Full Article
The Disconnection & the Debacle by Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal
Posted By: Firoz_Kamal On: 11/Jun/2020 Views:554 Replies:0 
The most important objective of Islam is to connect humans with the core agenda of Allah Sub’hana wa Ta’la (SWT). It is indeed the most important issue in human life and not the professional, the political or the economic successes. Whoever gets connected to his Creator indeed gets the ultimate success –both here and in the hereafter. Whoever misses this connection, gets pulled into the hellfire. Click here to read Full Article
 
Allama Mashriqi& the 1943 Bengal Famine by By Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 10/Jun/2020 Views:550 Replies:0 
Allama Mashriqi was aprominent reformer, revolutionary, and humanitarian from the Indian sub-continent. One of the reasons for Mashriqi’s popularity was that he and his Khaksar Movement worked tirelessly to serve the masses. This article discusses the Bengal Famine of 1943, when the Khaksars played a laudable role in providing social services to the people in a time of great need. This time period Click here to read Full Article
We are One Humanity - All Lives Matter by Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD.
Posted By: Mahboob_Khawaja On: 10/Jun/2020 Views:501 Replies:0 
George Floyd was killed by a police force that should have protected his life, human dignity and oxygen breathing natural lifelines from the encroachment of extremism and brutality. His cry “I can’t Breathe” is echoed throughout the globe whether someone knows George or not – a natural sense of belonging and affirming the reality that We, the People are One Humanity. Racism and racial disharmony i Click here to read Full Article
 
Change of demography in Kashmir by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 1/Jun/2020 Views:581 Replies:0 
Indo-Pakistan unabated antagonism Kashmir is the unfinished agenda of the Partition in 1947 which was left behind by the British and it has bedeviled Indo-Pakistan relations. The two arch rivals went to war thrice over Kashmir and reached the brink of war several times even when both acquired nuclear capabilities. Armed Kashmiri uprising erupted in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) in summer of 1989 Click here to read Full Article
Absence of an Islamic State & the Calamities in the Muslim World by Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal
Posted By: Firoz_Kamal On: 31/May/2020 Views:536 Replies:0 
No faith sustains with its conceptual originality, vision and mission in absence of its core institutions. In such deprivation, not only the faith but also those who are adherents to the faith face an existential threat. Communism ceased to survive as a significant ideology after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The collapse of Asoka’s rule brought an end to Buddhism in India. Click here to read Full Article

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