Siraj Ul Haq

  • The sole objective of the continuous curfew in Kashmir is to kill Kashmiris hunger, thirst, house arrest and diseases instead of killing them with ammunition. This way, the Indian government will not disturb the world’s conscience. People will not be allowed to bring the dead bodies of their ...

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  • Syed Abul Ala Maududi (Sep 25, 1903-Sep 22, 1979) was undoubtedly one of the greatest Islamic scholars of 20th century who influenced millions of Muslims across the globe through his writings and religio-political activism. He was a philosopher, jurist, journalist and politician. His numerous works ...

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  • Though formally founded on August 26, 1941, the Jamaat-e-Islami is ideally the continuation of the movement which the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) had set up fourteen hundred and fifty years ago in Makkah. Companions of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and great scholars, sufis and leaders like Imam Abu Hanifa, ...

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  • Load shedding is one of the serious problems of Pakistan. PML (N) claimed in the elections of 2013 that it will solve this problem only in one year. In spite of, all claims and their rule of 5 years, they failed completely in generating the sufficient electricity. The former CM of Punjab Shahbaz ...

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  • The present government has presented its fourth budget of Rs 43.95 trillion. This budget has a deficit of Rs 1276 billion. There was a hope that the government will present a budget for the welfare of people with respect to recent national circumstances. That the problems of the common man will be ...

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  • An honorable Justice of Supreme Court gave the following remarks in a case of plea bargain, the previous day. “According to the act of Plea Bargain, if a person has the allegation of the corruption of rupees 100 million, he can be set free after paying only rupees 10 million. Then that person ...

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