May 2022

The Rise and Fall of Islamic Empire

By |2022-05-24T23:47:48+05:00May 24th, 2022|Education, Religious Thoughts, World|

The rise of an Islamic empire began in the 8th century. Some decades back the Muslims used to dominate the world in general and philosophy, science and literature in particular. However, the things have had changed rapidly, due to the lack of discipline, unity and beliefs. Sectarianism is the major setback in the history of Islam. Therefore, the differences among the Muslim Ummah got wider and wider, and now it is the nature of the law to serve the masters. Rise of Islam began with the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and his teachings; that spread over the world rapidly. The religion was meant for everybody in all parts of life, and is so. As the number of followers grow with the passage of time. The teachings of the prophet (pbuh) played vital role to form the culture, literature and dynasties. As the religion spread in the east and [...]

March 2020

Nasir Madni and His Hate Speech Lead Him Into Chaos

By |2020-07-05T16:58:30+05:00March 18th, 2020|Religious Thoughts, Social Media, Technology|

In the age of Digital World, getting potential attention is not a difficult task. Nasir Madni got a massive fan following due to his funny clips and remarks on current events. He has millions of TikTok, Youtube and Facebook followers. According to Madni, it is because he released a video in which he challenged the religious scholars on the matter of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Unfortunately, his remarks lead him into trouble. Nasir Madni was Beaten due to his religious remarks. On Tuesday, March 17, a group of people kidnapped him. They take him to an unknown place. Afterward, he was beaten and stripped off. The marks are present and easily visible on his body. Moreover, in an interview, he claims that all of this event was filmed. It is not the first time, Madni made a critical comment against a sect. Once in a while, he makes funny videos [...]

December 2019

Why Students Have Poor Handwriting, Nowadays?

By |2020-07-11T15:33:10+05:00December 10th, 2019|Education, Religious Thoughts, Social Thoughts, Tips & Tricks|

These days, computers are replacing people in every field of life so, as it is right in the case of writing. Nowadays, students do not write much. Therefore, excellent writing skills never develop. They submit assignments in softcopy, which leads to bad poor writing as well as poor comprehension skills. Why are Students so bad at Handwriting? Digital World It is the digital era; students do not need to write much in their day to day life. They usually submit assignments through email in soft copies as well as quizzes are held in Learning Management Systems (LMS), which is also a digital app. I saw that bad handwriting should be regarded as a sign of an imperfect education. –Mahatma Gandhi How to Improve Handwriting? It doesn't matter in which language you write because all the concepts are the same. But, make sure you have an excellent comprehension of parts of [...]

November 2019

India is Not a Secular State, How?

By |2020-07-05T19:18:01+05:00November 11th, 2019|International Affairs, Political Issues, Religious Thoughts, Social Thoughts|

India, the home of 1.3 billion peoples; this is the home of many different nations that are living in the Indian sub-continent since before Christ. Now the case is different, the Hindus are making efforts from head to toe to perish the minorities. Many events are gigantic evidence that Hindustan is for Hindus. India is not a secular state. The fascist PM, Narendra Modi, is perishing the rights of the Muslim population in India. The Modi tried to perish the innocent Muslims in Kashmir by abrogating the special status of the princely state on August 5th this year. It’s been two and a half months the innocent Kashmiris are barred into Jails and the communication services are jammed. It is the extreme level of humanitarian crisis; the Muslims are the main target of this genocide. Babri Masjid is one of the other favoritisms to the Hindu community. The case dates [...]

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