Monday, 29 July 2013

Dr. Zakir Naik wins Islamic Personality of the Year award

Dr. Zakir Naik the founder of  Islamic Research Foundation has won the prestigious Islamic Personality of the Year award in Dubai.

Dubai International Holy Quran Award held in Dubai was watched by 1.7 million people around the world

The Dubai International Holy Quran Award, on Friday night changed the Islamic Personality of the Year, for the first time ever in the award’s 17-year history.
Earlier, the award had announced Grand Imam of Al Azhar Dr Sheikh Ahmed Al Tayyeb as Islamic Personality of the year.

Ibrahim Bu Melha, Chairman of the organising committee of the award, said due to the unstable situations and political unrest in Egypt, the award organising committee has decided to postpone honouring Dr Al Tayyeb to later years in response to his request.

"Instead, the award has chosen the popular Indian scholar Dr Zakir Naik as the Islamic Personality of the Year in appreciation to his tireless effort in the service of Islam and Quran."

Dr Zakir, who is also a surgeon, is the founder and president of the Islamic Research Foundation. He has written two books on Islam and comparative religion. He is regarded as an exponent of the Salafi ideology.

In an interview with Khaleej Times last year, Dr Naik said all of his children - one son, 18, and two daughters, 16 and 14, have memorized the Holy Quran in full, have black belts, speak Arabic fluently, and study Islamic sciences. They are combining religious and world knowledge together.

“My son is even better than me; I only give lectures in English and Urdu, but he additionally speaks Arabic and sign language fluently. He also fully memorized the Quran unlike me. Also, my wife is giving Dawa in English and Urdu. Thanks to Allah, all my family members are calling from Islam.”

India may have banned Dr. Zakir Naik because of the influence of Hindus in the country controlled by Hindus but still Zakir Naik is loved by millions of Muslims in India and around the world. India Muslims came out and protested against the ban of Islamic scholar Dr. Zakir Naik in India.
Because of Dawah, lectures and speeches by Zakir Naik thousands of Hindus willingly accepted Islam which most Hindus didn't like. Many Hindus were agitated by him, there was a conflict between Dr. Zakir Naik and Hindu majority in India as a result Hindu organizations openly and secretly pressed for his ban and finally the government banned him because of the pressure from Hindu majority denying Mr Naik the freedom of speech.

Batla house encounter verdict Muslims upset by injustice

 As it was feared the court has convicted an innocent Muslim in Batla house fake encounter case. The court accused Shahzad Ahmed on charges of obstructing public servants in discharge of duties, murder of Inspector MC Sharma and attempt to murder.

Jamia Teachers' Solidarity Association (JTSA) which was formed in the wake of the Batla house police shootout in 2008, in its initial reaction, has expressed disappointment at the conviction. Most of the members of the JTSA, including Manisha Sethi, Sanghamitra Misra, Tanveer Fazal were present in the court.

Speaking to TCN from Azamgarh over phone, Dr. Javed Akhtar, President Association for Welfare, Medical, Educational and Legal Assistance (AWMELA), that is fighting the case on behalf of Shahzad too was "disappointed." He said that once the sentencing is announced on July 29, they will discuss the case minutely with their lawyers, adding that they will definitely appeal the conviction in the high court. He accepted that it is a "set back in their struggle for justice" and that media reports in last few weeks that the prosecution was not very convincing in providing evidence in support of their version, had made them hopeful and they were expecting a judgement in favor.

In what could be big relief to the Delhi Police, the court has accepted the police version of encounter. Shahzad Ahmed, Special Cell of the Delhi Police, claims was one of the occupants in the L 18 house in the Batla House, where the alleged encounter took place on September 19, 2008, six days after serial blasts in the city. According to the prosecution, he fired at Inspector Sharma and than escaped from the the House L 18 in Batla House, where the 'encounter' took place in 2008.

RTI activist Afroz Alam Sahil, who was first one to get copies of those killed in the police shoot out, is still hopeful of 'justice.' He said, "This judgement is from a district court and we still have the options of high court and the Supreme Court," adding that he firmly believes that in this country justice may be delayed, but is seldom denied.

SQR Ilyas, General Secretary of the Welfare Party of India, said that he is "dismayed" at the judgement, where all legal procedure has been put aside and the court accepted the police version, taking no cognizance of questions raised.

Civil society groups have been arguing that the L-18 flat in Batla House area has only one exit which was manned by police people; there is no possibility to escape by jumping. Anyone attempting that would only break his bones. Further that the local police was not informed in time and that the FIR was filed very late.

Dr Zafarul-Islam Khan, President of All India Muslim Majlis-e Mushawarat said in a written statement that it is too early to comment as we do not know in detail what the judgment really says. Questioning the police version, however, he said, "The 'input' for Batla House came from the same infamous IB special director who provided the fake inputs that were used for 17 fake encounters in Gujarat which are being probed now," adding, "We continue to beleive that the Batla House encounter was fake and we stand by our demand for a high level judicial enquiry into the incident."

The court faild to answer why inspector sharma was not wearing bullet proof jacket.
The court, during the arguments, questioned why Sharma was not wearing a bullet-proof jacket when he knew that he was leading the team to catch terror suspects and why two police officers were not carrying arms.
"Police had already information, receiving which a raiding party was formed well in advance. Despite all this, Inspector M.C. Sharma did not wear any body protection device i.e. bullet-proof jacket. Moreover, at least two members of the raiding party were having no weapon with them, despite knowing the fact that they may face firing."
"It is not clear whether it was merely a misadventure or lack of professionalism in Delhi Police or scarcity of weapons," the judge said.

Digvijaya Singh in his statement said "I stick to stand that Batla House encounter was fake."

Mohd. Firoz Alam said we will appeal in higher court against this verdict.

Facebook page "I believe the 2008 Batla House encounter was FAKE"

Manisha Sethi explaining why she thinks the Batla House Encounter was fake.

This case is far from over Muslims will appeal in higher court against this injustice. Muslims have been tolerating this nonsense and bias for far too long. It is not something new in this Hindu majority country where innocent Muslims in the past have been time and again framed and charged for terrorist activities.

Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Cow Slaughter hypocrisy

Hindus consider cow as holy and they oppose cow slaughter. In India the legality and illegality of cow slaughter depends on the state.
Some States allow the slaughter of cows with restrictions (like a 'fit-for-slaughter' certificate which may be issued depending on factors like age and gender of cattle, continued economic viability etc.). Others completely ban cattle slaughter, while there is no restriction in a few states, most notably Kerala. 
Banning is absurd and it cannot stop cow slaughter for meat, it is secretly carried out in spite of the ban.

Hindus believe that cow is a very valuable animal at it gives milk which is used in so many things like dairy products.
The thing to be noted here is that dairy cow or a cow which gives milk is very expensive and no one slaughters expensive milk giving cows. The cows which are slaughtered are the ones who stop giving milk or become old.

The hypocrisy is that Hindus slaughter other animals like goat as holy sacrifice in many temples but they don't want Muslims to slaughter cows.

Hindu religion is a pagan religion they consider cow as holy as their gods. Every country in the world slaughters cow for meat. Beef is widely consumed meat all over the world.

Beef is very nutritious and delicious food.
Beef is a unique, special food. It offers a vast array of protein, vitamins, and minerals that are all essential for a healthy diet. It can be found in many low-fat cuts. There is no other single food that provides the same variety of health benefits found in beef. A serving of beef is a good, healthy addition to any diet. Beef is a great source of protein. Protein is great for providing the body with long-lasting energy. Protein is used by the body to maintain cellular functions, and so it is a vital component of any diet. One ounce of beef offers about 7 grams of protein. A daily requirement of protein for adults is approximately 46-56 grams. So, one three-ounce serving of beef a day can make up a significant portion of the necessary protein in a diet. Protein is not the only vital nutrient in beef, though. Beef is has an amazing variety of other important vitamins and minerals. Iron, a key mineral that helps get oxygen to all body cells, is found in abundance in beef. Beef is one of the best sources for iron, and can be especially good for pregnant or lactating women, who need increased iron stores. Many people suffer from iron-deficiency anemia, which can cause fatigue, headaches, and tiredness. Eating beef is one of the best ways to combat iron deficiency anemia--the large amount of iron found in beef makes it uniquely suited to benefit people with low iron. Some of the important vitamins found in beef include several B vitamins, including B12, folate, thiamine, and riboflavin. These B vitamins are essential for many body functions, and are especially important for converting food to energy. In addition to these essential vitamins, beef also offers vitamins E, K, and D. These vitamins are used in various important body functions. Vitamin E is an important antioxidant, and Vitamin K is vital to blood clotting and bone health. There are many important minerals found in beef, besides iron. These include potassium, calcium, zinc, and magnesium. The minerals found in beef are important for many essential body functions, including muscle, bone, and cellular functions. Many people are afraid that beef is a high-fat food, and avoid it. However, there are many cuts of beef that are classified as lean. Some of these cuts are eye round roast or steak, top sirloin steak, and tri-tip roast or steak. These cuts of beef are widely available at supermarkets, and many of them are very budget-friendly. Beef can be a healthy, low-in-fat part of the diet. Beef is an wonderful, healthy food. It provides an amazing amount of nutrition, even in a small serving. Beef is a great staple for a well-balanced diet.

Its high time that they understand cow slaughter is not different from goat slaughter for meat and cow is not holy, it is just like any other animal.

Hindu forces behind Bodh Gaya Blasts ?

RTI Activist Aroop Brahmachari says Hindu organizations known for terror mischief, Bodh Gaya Serial Blasts could  be their handiwork.

The Indian media which is largely controlled by Hindus is quick to point the finger at Muslim organizations without any proof. They are presuming that this blast is a reaction to the killing of Muslims in Myanmar.  Even if this comes out to be true than what has Indian government done to stop the killing of Muslims in Myanmar ? Instead there are allegations that Hindu fundamentalist organizations are secretly encouraging Buddhists in Myanmar to carry out the killings.

Aroop Brahmachari said Hindu organizations have  been involved in terror activities in the past and the role of Hindu organizations in this cannot be overlooked.

The timing of the bomb blasts is crucial because just one day before the blasts Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi said - Nitish Kumar government should be taught a lesson for breaking alliance with the BJP.  
Digvijay Singh rightly pointed out that that there could be Modi's hand in the blast.
The beneficiary of this blast is BJP and it can now lift a finger on Nitish Kumar's government.

Monday, 15 July 2013

Muslim employees allowed to leave office early

HYDERABAD: Muslim employees in all state departments and schools have been permitted to leave at 4pm everyday during the month of Ramzan to perform 'necessary rituals', a general administration department release said.
The relaxation of rules came into effect from Thursday and will end on August 8. Outsourced employees would also have this benefit. 

Hyderabad is the stronghold of the AIMIM and you may see the benefit of having strong Muslim party in Hyderabad who thinks about Muslims.
Ramzan is a sacred month for Muslims, this should happen in every state and not just Hyderabad.

Thursday, 11 July 2013

Shariah Courts in India

Muslims in India welcome Islamic legal and moral code that is sharia. Sharia courts are there in may parts of India and now Mumbai has also got its own Sharia court.
is no doubt that most Muslims around the world want to be governed by sharia law which was also revealed in a survey. Sharia law is a great law and it was practiced during the golden period of Prophet Muhammad.
Muslims should follow sharia law as it is a divine law, laws made by men are not above sharia because sharia law is mentioned in Quran and Hadith. Non-Muslims talk about freedom but they don't like Muslims practicing sharia which they are entitled to. In Europe Muslims want to follow sharia, Muslim women take pride in wearing burqa and hijab but the Europeans don't like it and they call for banning it. In India non-Muslim are against Sharia courts but Muslims should not get bothered by what others say and continue to follow great Islamic culture.

MUMBAI: The city is set to get its first Darul Qaza or Shariah court to settle civil and marital disputes in the Muslim community. The court, set up by the All India Muslim Personal Law Board, will be inaugurated on Monday at Anjuman-i-Islam, near CST, and will serve to fill a long-felt need of the community.

Shariah courts already function at many places in the country, such as Hyderabad, Patna and Malegaon. Here qazis appointed by the AIMPLB hear the community's various disputes, barring criminal cases, and deliver judgements. "This court will function to settle mainly family disputes pertaining to marriage, divorce and inheritance. Marriage disputes will be settled quickly and the couples will be told to either reconcile or separate if reconciliation is not possible. It will save the community much time and money as fighting cases in civil courts is expensive and time-consuming," said AIMPLB secretary Maulana Wali Rahmani.

For a dispute to be heard by a Shariah court, both the parties in the dispute will have to approach the court. If one of the parties has approached a civil court, then it will have to withdraw the case for the Shariah court to accept the matter.

Rahmani said Shariah courts do not compete with the civil courts. "On the contrary, Shariah courts will lower the burden of the civil courts where thousands of cases are pending and the judges are overworked," he said.

Senior advocate and head of AIMPLB's legal cell Yusuf Muchalla called the city's Shariah court a "significant alternative dispute settlement mechanism". "This court will decide within the framework of Muslim personal laws and mainly deal with matrimonial disputes. This is a kind of domestic tribunal set up by the Muslim community." He added that district and high courts in Bihar, Jharkhand, Bengal and Orissa have upheld several decisions given by the Shariah courts established by the Imarat-e-Shariah (House of Shariah) headquartered in Patna. Muchalla maintained that the Shariah courts were well within the law of the land.

Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Chinese troops intrude break security cameras, not incursion says Govt

The incident took place on June 17 when a Chinese patrol intruded into the Indian side and dismantled the cameras set up in Chumar.
A little over two weeks ago, Chinese troops intruded into the same areas in the Leh-Ladakh sector that had sparked off tensions in April and threatened the locals in Hindi. The troops even broke the high-resolution cameras that the Indian Army had set up in the area a month ago.
Sources in the security establishment said the cameras had been put up after the Indian Army dismantled some of its structures following the resolution of the stand-off in April. While the army dismantled the tin sheds it had set up, it quietly set up high-resolution cameras to monitor any Chinese movement on their side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

The Chinese patrol was proficient in Hindi and threatened locals, asking them to vacate the area, claiming it to be their own. The incident was reported to the government by Indian intelligence agencies and confirmed by the Indo-Tibetan Border Police.

India raised the issue of missing camera at a meeting of border personnel two days later on June 19 and China returned the non-functional camera earlier this month, government sources said here on Tuesday. 

Chumar, located 300 km from here, has always been an area of discomfort for the Chinese troops as this is the only area along the Sino-Indian border where they do not have any direct access to the Line of Actual Control(LAC).

Earlier the 21-day face-off between the two sides in the remote Daulat Beg Oldi (DBO) sector on April 15 was triggered by construction of an observation tower in Chumar division which had to be subsequently dismantled by the Army on May 5 before the crisis was defused.

The Chinese side in flag meetings in the last week of March this year, had been objecting to the construction of the watch tower along the LAC in Chumar.

After dismantling the observation post and defence bunkers, Army had installed cameras to monitor movement of Chinese troops along the LAC, a step which had irked the PLA.

Seeking to play down the incident, government sources were not inclined to describe it as an "incursion" in the disputed territory where perceptions about the Line of Actual Control (LAC) differ. 

This shows the how coward the Hindu majority government is they don't even have the courage to describe this incident as an incursion.

Evey time India seems to bend in front of the Chinese. Prior to this incident when the Chinese intruded, Indian government accepted Chinese terms and the Indian army dismantled their own watch towers and bunkers as the Chinese wanted.

Each time the Chinese does something the Hindu majority government downplays the incident and says it is not an incursion, the area comes under disputed territory.

The government sometimes says that the area is an integral part of India and when the Chinese take action the coward Government led by Hindus in fear start saying that the area is disputed territory.

In all of this, it looks as if there is no use of having weapons and such a large army when they cannot even put pressure on their enemies. Moreover the army looks like a sitting duck.

Even small countries like Japan and Vietnam have far more courage than Hindus, these countries also have disputes with China but they never bend in from of the Chinese.

This shows that Hindus cannot rule. You may check their history throughout the history Hindus were ruled by others which is not a surprise.
While Hindus rant about this on the internet posting very aggressive comments about the government but the truth is that they can only say it behind their computer screens and can never come out.

Had there been Muslim rule in India or a government led by Muslims the story would have been different, they would never have acted like cowards. The concern is that Muslims don't get crushed in between all this only because of the mistakes of the government let by Hindus. Muslim government would be far better for this country.