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Syrian army seizes only road into rebel-held Ale..

BEIRUT: Syria’s army and allied militia fighters seized the only road into the rebel-held part of Aleppo on Sunday, tightening a siege around opposition areas of the northern city, which President Bashar al-Assad has pledged to recapture. Aleppo has been a major battlefi ... More

Pakistan must reform itself to be heard on Kashm..

ISLAMABAD: At a round table discussion on Saturday, former diplomats said Pakistan will have to improve its international standing for its voice to be heard on the Kashmir issue and that it has to try out other ways to morally and politically support the uprising in the valley. ... More

PM Pakistan expresses sorrow over killing of Bur..

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday expressed concern and deep sorrow over the killing of Kashmiri leader Burhan Wani and other innocent Kashmiris at the hands of India troops. “Unarmed Kashmiris cannot be deterred from their rightful struggle for self-deter ... More

Abdul Sattar Edhi laid to rest after state funer..

KARACHI: Thousands of people, including high-profile politicians and government officials, gathered at the National Stadium on Saturday to attend the funeral prayers of Abdul Sattar Edhi – Pakistan's most celebrated humanitarian who passed away last night in Karachi. ... More

Muslims offer JUMA-TUL-WIDA prayer today..

Muslims across the Pakistan, Middle East and the world over, observed Jumat-ul Wida (last Friday) of the holy month of Ramazan. Police and security agencies ensured strict security measures at all mosques for the Friday prayers. Police and law enforcers extensively patrolled the ... More

English conditions are lucky for me: Amir on Eng..

Pakistan fast-bowler Mohammad Amir termed English conditions as lucky for him, in an interview released by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on its official website. The left-arm pacer recalling his previous international commitment in England said, "I was the highest wicket-t ... More

Muslims have lowest number of pre-school childre..

NEW DELHI: Out of 74 million children, in the group of 3-6 years in India, around 20 million did not attend pre-school and most of them belonged to disadvantaged and marginalised sections of the society, a Unicef report has said. According to “State of the World Children ... More

36 killed in Istanbul airport bombings: Turky..

ISTANBUL: A triple suicide bombing and gun attack at Istanbul's Ataturk airport has killed at least 36 people, including foreigners, and wounded close to 150 people, with Turkey's prime minister saying early signs pointed to an assault by the militant Islamic State (IS) g ... More

Famed Pakistani qawwal Amjad Sabri died gun atta..

KARACHI: Renowned Qawwal Amjad Sabri was shot dead in Karachi Wednesday afternoon, after unknown assailants fired at his vehicle in the city's Liaquatabad area. Additional Inspector General Mushtaq Mehar told Dawn that two men riding a motorcycle fired shots at the car, te ... More

Death toll from Indonesia floods, landslides ris..

Banyumas, Indonesia: The death toll from landslides and flooding in Indonesia rose to 43 on Monday, an official said, after hundreds of homes were engulfed by surging torrents of mud and rock. Hundreds of rescuers were searching through wrecked houses and mounds of earth for 19 ... More

Australian PM holds national Iftar in Sydney..

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull hosted a Ramadan Iftar on Thursday evening 16 June at Kirribilli House, Sydney, a first by an Australian PM. The invited guests included Muslim leaders and young activists from all states as well as interfaith representatives from Sydney. Mr ... More

Minibus blast in Kabul kills 14, wounds eight..

KABUL: An explosion hit a minibus in the Afghan capital, Kabul, early on Monday, killing and wounding at least 14 people, a government official said said, although it was not immediately clear who was on board the bus. Interior Minister spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said that eight ... More

where we were and what we had done to save Kashm..

An E mail Letter to UN Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki- Moon. I urge everybody to send E mail to Mr. Ban Ki-Moon at his E mail address. bkm@un.org This is the time to show solidarity with peo ... More

Why does the Western Media Highlight Qandeel Mur..

Al-Muslim News Editor: Western Media always claims for voice over human rights and high light issue where the seem some Muslims involves. if we look at pairs incident media fully focus that ... More

Ramadan Blessings..

The word Ramadan comes from the Arabic root ramida or ar-ramad, which means scorching heat or dryness, Ramzan is the holly month and it is ninth month according to the Islamic calendar,it is ... More

legends Muhammad Ali Proud being Muslim. ..

BOXING made Muhammad Ali famous, but his conversion to Islam — and the meaning the world attached to it — made him a global historical figure. Ali’s conversion came to be u ... More

Ramadan ..

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, Muslims worldwide observe this as a month of fasting. This annual observance is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam. The month la ... More

Islam is a Religion of Peace..

I have always wondered that why do people try to give their opinion even when they realize that they do not know anything about the subject. Perhaps it is a human tendency to speak on matter ... More

Angolas yellow fever death toll rises to 158 :Wo..

A yellow fever happening in Republic of Angola that began late last year has killed 158 people, up from fifty a month past, as deaths from the illness transmitted by mosquitoes accelerate, a ... More

Muslim nations disdain ISIL , Islam is a Religio..

a news agency recent survey on #ISIL prove that muslims overwhelmingly expressed negative views of #ISIL. but most of the victim of this organization are muslims most of them think thes ... More

Islamic finance can help solve global crisis: Tu..

Islamic finance is based on growth of assets, not financial engineering, and this organic growth makes it different from Western debt constructs, Justice and Development (AK) Party parliamen ... More

Victory at Lord`s: Pakistan beat England by 75 runs..

LONDON : – Pakistan on Sunday defeated England by 75 runs in the first Test match of the four-match series that was played at Lord's cricket stadium.   Pakistani skipper, Misbah-ul-Haq, after winning the toss decided to bat first. Pakistan posted a total of 339 runs in the 1st innings. Misbah remained the top-scorer with 114 runs whereas Chris Woakes took 6 wickets for England.   The host team was bowled out for a total of 272 runs on the third day of the game in the first innings. Engla ... More

194 killed as Turkish military coup attempt to take over fails, Erdogan returns: Turky

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ISTANBUL: Forces loyal to the Turkish government fought on Saturday to crush the remnants of a military coup attempt which crumbled after crowds answered President Tayyip ... More

U.S Remained Silent on the Human Rights Violations in Indian occupied Kashmir.

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Kashmir: U.S Remained Silent on the Human Rights Violations in Indian occupied Kashmir.  As the death toll rises to 42 in Indian-accoupied Kashmir following a b ... More

Abdul Sattar Edhi laid to rest after state funeral at Karachi National Stadium. Pakistan

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KARACHI: Thousands of people, including high-profile politicians and government officials, gathered at the National Stadium on Saturday to attend the funeral prayers of A ... More

Syrian army seizes only road into rebel-held Aleppo..

BEIRUT: Syria’s army and allied militia fighters seized the only road into the rebel-held part of Aleppo on Sunday, tightening a siege around opposition areas of the northern city, which President Bashar al-Assad has pledged to recapture. Aleppo has been a major battlefield of Syria’s civil war since rebels swept into it in the summer of 2012, and an opposition defeat there would mark their biggest setback in five years of conflict. Nearly two weeks ago, pro-government forces advanced to positions ... More

Australian PM holds national Iftar in Sydney

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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull hosted a Ramadan Iftar on Thursday evening 16 June at Kirribilli House, Sydney, a first by an Australian PM. The invited guests include ... More

Newly built Austrian refugee shelter set on fire, says Red Cross

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VIENNA: A building in northern Austria that was due to house dozens of asylum seekers was deliberately set on fire, the Red Cross said on Wednesday, a rare case of violen ... More

Bulgarian town bans face veil in public: Bulgaria

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SOFIA: A Bulgarian town that is home to a Roma minority practising an ultraconservative form of Islam on Wednesday banned Islamic face veils in public, a first in the cou ... More

Indian forces remove Pakistan flags as Kashmiris observe Bla..

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SRINAGAR/ISLAMABAD: Indian security forces on Wednesday removed dozens of black and Pakistani flags in India-held Kashmir hoisted by residents observing “black day” on the call of Pakistan government to protest the killing of a top pro-independence militant leader. Indian administration feared fresh trouble in the tense region after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif called for observing a “black day” to express solidarity with “Kashmiris facing atrocities at the hands of Indian forces&rdq ... More

Pakistan must reform itself to be heard on Kashmir issue

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ISLAMABAD: At a round table discussion on Saturday, former diplomats said Pakistan will have to improve its international standing for its voice to be heard on the Kashmi ... More

PM Pakistan expresses sorrow over killing of Burhan Wani, other Kashmiris

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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday expressed concern and deep sorrow over the killing of Kashmiri leader Burhan Wani and other innocent Kashmiris at the han ... More

Muslims have lowest number of pre-school children in India

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NEW DELHI: Out of 74 million children, in the group of 3-6 years in India, around 20 million did not attend pre-school and most of them belonged to disadvantaged and marg ... More