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    Fahreddin Pasha: Ottoman officer who defended the holy lands with all he had

    Fahreddin Pasha, nicknamed "The Tiger of the Desert," is one of the most important figures in the history of Turkish people, and his defense of Medina is one of the most flattering events in this history.

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    Jinnah's appeal to Truman, and Trump's move on Jerusalem

    The Western conspiracy against the Arabs began long before the creation of Israel in 1948, and this machination resulted from Judeo-Christian hatred of Muslims going as far back as two thousand years.

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    Mercy to the worlds

    The Holy Quran has used a number of sublime terms to describe the Blessed Prophet (PBUH). On this day associated with his birth, it would be useful to ponder over some of these metaphysical terms.

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    Bizarre Allegations Revealed In “Secret” JFK Assassination Files

    Startling allegations in the 1963 assassination of John F Kennedy are being revealed with the release of 2,891 previously classified files by the US National Archives, just hours before a 25-year deadline was due.

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    Pasdaran Ignore Trump Warning, Flexe Muscle in Middle East

    Regional analysts say the emergence of Iran in Iraq, Syria, Kurdistan and Lebanon, where it wields influence through Hezbollah, means Tehran has become a front-line player in the region which Washington could not afford

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    Fear and loathing returns for Quetta’s Hazara community

    And when you can’t hide – you run. This is the main reason why Shia Hazara businessmen, professionals and students from Quetta are leaving for Pakistan’s big cities: Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Rawalpindi.

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    Essay: The Man Who Became A Movement

    Sir Syed Ahmad Khan emerged as a key leader of the Indian Muslim community in the aftermath of the War of Independence of 1857, as a thoroughly modern Muslim in a thoroughly pre-modern age.

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    A trip through Iran's Sunni heartland

    How do Iranian Sunnis survive in a Shiite-dominated landscape? This is a common question among people who follow Iranian affairs, given reports suggesting that Sunnis suffer from religious.

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    Journey To Karbala

    The battle at Karbala is a well-known tragedy in the human history. It is not fiction or legend, but a historical fact, chronicled by several historians who were present in the battlefield

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    The graveyard where the Hazaras of Quetta celebrate life

    Incidents such as the one a few days ago in which members of a Hazara family travelling to Quetta from Chaman were fired upon, killing four of them, including a 12-year-old boy, have become part.

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    The Hindu woman who found her freedom in the sound of the azan

    It was many years ago when I visited the Barmer-Jaisalmer stretch of sand dunes in Rajasthan that glitter beautifully — like gold in the warm winter sunshine — in search of something inarticulate.

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    13 things you need to know about Yemen

    War, famine, poverty and al-Qaeda are just some of the keywords that tend to pop up when discussing the "Middle East's poorest nation" – Yemen.However, the truth is, Yemen boasts a rich history.

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    ‘Within the blink of an eye, half one’s world is lost’: Kashmir’s pellet victims fight dark battles

    Last August, Danish Rajab Jhat, a strapping young man, could barely muster the strength to speak a few words. Jhat was in hospital, felled by pellets fired from shotguns. He would let out feeble cries.

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    Photographs of tribal leaders from UAE back when it was under British control

    In 1939, the Trucial Coast States – the present day United Arab Emirates – were part of Britain’s Informal Empire in the Persian Gulf. Britain had effectively controlled this region since the early 19th century .

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    O’ Parachinar, your loyalty is not enough for Pakistan

    “I was a little girl of seven and the memory of him sitting in a room and sewing green coloured clothes and the flag of Pakistan with his own hands before the Partition is still afresh in my eyes.

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    The destruction of the al-Nuri mosque in Mosul is another example of the 'culturecide' we've become so used to

    Over the years, I’ve almost lost count of the priceless treasures of art and antiquity which I’ve seen with my own eyes – and which now lie in pieces. 

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    Significance Of Al-Quds Day

    International Quds Day is an important day for humanity. It is the day to express our solidarity with the oppressed people and demonstrate the resentment against the oppressors. It is the day which breaks.

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    Ramadan in Yemen: Fasting by day, starving by night

    "I used to live with dignity in my house, and Ramadan was my best month. The war has deprived us of joy every day. Last Ramadan was fine, but this one is very tough. We fast in the daytime and starve in the night."

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    How young Kashmiris are finding love in the time of conflict and curfew

    Since July 2016, unrest has become the new normal in Kashmir. As violence escalates, so does the rebellion against it, some of it taking newer forms and some, the oldest kind – love.

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    The Kashmir garden that made Shah Jehan green with envy (and other tales of spring in the Valley)

    In the 16th century, the Mughal emperor Akbar is said to have referred to Kashmir as his private garden: during his reign, only the highest ranking courtiers were allowed entry here.

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    Chief of a phantom army

    It is now official. Retired Gen Raheel Sharif will soon be taking over the command of the so-called Islamic army that is still to take shape. The ambiguity surrounding the decision to lend the services .

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    The Carpets of Turkey

    The Grand Bazaar is the heart of old Istanbul. It is one of the oldest shopping malls in the world, with more than 3,000 shops, store-houses, stalls, workshops — many in old Ottoman hans (hostels).

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    Everybody Loves Ali: Can He Bring Amity Between Shias and Sunnis?

    Of all the companions and relatives of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, none enjoys as much love, reverence, and respect as does Ali ibn Abi Tallib.

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    Sehwan Sharif attack aftermath: Pakistan is growing intolerant of Sufism

    "Why do you visit dargahs yaar? It is shirk (idolatry)," is how most Pakistanis confront me when I tell them about my reverence for the Sufi saints of the subcontinent.

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