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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

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Their main focus concentrates on the four flights, maneuvers performed and the reported pilots. They do not offer theory or point blame at this point in time. However, they are focused on determining the truth of that fateful day based on solid data and facts – since 9/11/2001 is the catalyst for many of the events shaping our world today – and the United States Government doesn’t seem to be very forthcoming with answers or facts.

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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

Example of Badly Oppressed Muslim women  :: Women in Islam 

Assalam Alaykum , 

We always hear “Muslim Women are oppressed” ,muslim women forced, bad treatment of muslim women…they believe this happen with every muslim women. but these pics are the proof  what they believe is lie. only few cowards treat them badly.forgive me for wrong title.. 🙂 

Some of the Islamic views about women : 

From Quran : 

keep them in good fellowship, or let them go in kindness (2:229)——

He (God) it is who did create you from a single soul and therefrom did create his mate, that he might dwell with her (in love)…(Quran 7:189)

The Creator of heavens and earth: He has made for you pairs from among yourselves …Quran 42:1 1

And Allah has given you mates of your own nature, and has given you from your mates, children and grandchildren, and has made provision of good things for you. Is it then in vanity that they believe and in the grace of God that they disbelieve? Quran 16:72

“And among His signs is this: That He created mates for you from yourselves that you may find rest, peace of mind in them, and He ordained between you love and mercy. Lo, herein indeed are signs for people who reflect.” (Quran 30:2 1).

 

From Last Sermon of prophet

O People, it is true that you have certain rights with regard to your women, but they also have rights over you. Remember that you have taken them as your wives only under Allah’s trust and with His permission. If they abide by your right then to them belongs the right to be fed and clothed in kindness. Do treat your women well and be kind to them for they are your partners and committed helpers. And it is your right that they do not make friends with any one of whom you do not approve, as well as never to be unchaste.

From Hadith :  

Prophet Muhammad. (P) said:

The best of you is the best to his family and I am the best among you to my family.

The most perfect believers are the best in conduct and best of you are those who are best to their wives. (Ibn-Hanbal, No. 7396)

Behold, many women came to Muhammad’s wives complaining against their husbands (because they beat them) – those (husbands) are not the best of you.

May Allah make this post usefull for mankind, ameen  King slave of Allah swt! 

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IRAQ

Iraqi police women march during a parade to mark 90 years since its foundation in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, on January 9, 2012. The force, which has apologised for acts committed during the rule of now-executed dictator Saddam Hussein, held ceremonies in major cities across Iraq. (AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images)

 IRAN

Iranian policewomen parade during a female police graduation ceremony at the Police Academy in Tehran, 11 March 2006. (ATTA KENARE/AFP/Getty Images)

JORDAN

Jordanian policewomen are put through their paces at an academy in the town of al-Muwaqr, some 70 kilometres, from Amman on August 21, 2008. The academy was recently established and trains both female and male police officers from all over Jordan. The Iraqi, Palestinian and Afghanistan police are also trained here. (AWAD AWAD/AFP/Getty Images)

PAKISTAN

INDIAN

Indian policewomen salute in remembrance of fallen colleagues during a Police Commemoration Day ceremony on the outskirts of Srinagar on October, 21, 2011. (ROUF BHAT/AFP/Getty Images)

BAHRAIN

Bahraini policewomen stand guard at the Bahrain International Formula One circuit during the first free practice session 02 April 2004. ‘Gulf Air’ is the official sponsor of the Bahrain Formula One race, the first in the Middle East, which takes place on 04 April 2004. (ADAM JAN/AFP/Getty Images)

 

HAMAS / GAZA

Hamas policewomen march during a graduation ceremony at the Arafat police academy on October 30, 2008 in Gaza City. (MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)

TURKISH

Turkish policewoman stands guard outside the Beyiazid Mosque on November 30, 2006 in Istanbul, Turkey. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)

IRAN

Iranian policewomen parade during a female police graduation ceremony at the Police Academy in Tehran, 11 March 2006. (ATTA KENARE/AFP/Getty Images)

YEMEN

A fully veiled Yemeni policewoman shows her colleague how to shoot a hand-held gun during an internal competition in shooting at the Yemeni police academy in Sanaa on January 26, 2010. (MARWAN NAAMANI/AFP/Getty Images)

QATAR

Qatari policewomen take part in a military parade during the Gulf emirate’s National Day celebrations in Doha on December 18, 2009. (KARIM JAAFAR/AFP/Getty Images)

AFGHANISTAN

An Afghan police woman listens to the instructions of a German police woman inside the Police Training Center on June 14, 2010, in Kunduz, Afghanistan. German police women train a class of Afghan police women during a two-week education program. (Photo by Miguel Villagran/Getty Images)

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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

An Open Letter to All Non-Muslims Regarding the Anti-Islam Film and Cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)

It is a centuries-old Islamic tradition to engage in debate, tolerate criticism and hear the critiques of others. But insults against Islam, such as those in the recent film and cartoons, are unacceptable provocations that cross a red line that no Muslim or decent human being would ever accept. As such we condemn them in the strongest possible terms, as we do any such insults against Islam and the symbols of our religion; especially those against the greatest man ever, the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him.

We do not condone the recent violence that has broken out in response, but the blood-stained track record of Western foreign policy and hypocrisy regarding free speech means that all right to take the moral high ground has been forfeited when arguing that violence is an unacceptable response to this provocation, or when arguing that freedom of speech is sacred.

We believe it is our duty as Muslims to counter the politically motivated propaganda, in particular about the man who has been slandered more than any other in history – the Prophet, peace be upon him – but also to be frank in pointing out injustice and hypocrisy where we see it.

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney argued that the protests across the World against US embassies were nothing to do with US foreign policy. Does the White House really think that such protests can be de-contextualised from the backdrop of wars waged against Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan; the illegal imprisonment and torture of Muslims at Guantanamo Bay, Abu Ghraib, Bagram and numerous other facilities; the use of rendition and torture in collaboration with the regimes of Hosni Mubarak, Muammar Gaddafi, Bashar al-Assad and others; the continued killing of innocent men, women and children through Predator drones, most notably in Yemen & Pakistan? Only recently eight innocent women and children were killed by a NATO airstrike in Afghanistan, and in early September long-term Guantanamo detainee Adnan Farhan Abdul Latif died having been held without charge and subjected to torture for 10 years, despite being cleared for release in 2006.

It is disturbing that such news fails to shock anymore. However it is for these very reasons and many others that we see a persistent resentment to Western interference in Muslim countries, and so reaction to perceived insults will inevitably be strong.

At the same time many Western politicians and media commentators have stated that upholding “freedom”, including the right to offend others, is a fundamental principle of liberal societies.

Yet such principles seem remarkably easy to set aside when it comes to the treatment of Muslims – women and girls in France are still unable to wear hijab (Islamic headscarf) in schools and universities, or niqab (face veil) in public places, and we have seen Muslims prosecuted (even jailed) in Western countries for simply expressing their views. In the United States Tarek Mehenna was jailed for 17 years, ostensibly for translating a readily available e-book that had been widely quoted in the media. America seeks the extradition of Babar Ahmed and Talha Ahsan for running a website that was legal in the UK, which updated news about the Chechen crisis. And recently a 20-year-old man in the UK was found guilty for posting an offensive message on Facebook regarding British soldiers in Afghanistan.

France claims freedom of expression is a ‘fundamental principle’ of the republic. And yet Charlie Hebdo, the magazine printing the offensive cartoons while claiming to be a bastion of free speech – previously lambasted their own cartoonist Maurice Sinet for writing a biting article about Nicholas Sarkozy’s son which appeared to denigrate him for marrying a Jewish heiress for money. Sinet was subsequently sacked by his employers for refusing to apologies – their ‘fundamental principle’ set aside to appease domestic political sensitivities. Similarly, when the French Prime Minister stated that these cartoons are “expressed within the confines of the law and under the control of the courts”, he ought to have been reminded that the French senate passed a bill earlier this year outlawing denial of any genocide recognized by French law; a clear indication of the willingness to restrict expression under the law and through the courts for political reasons.

Let us be frank – this is not an argument about “freedom of speech”. Like all other mooted “freedoms”, it simply does not and cannot exist as an absolute, despite all the rhetoric.

All countries have red line issues that limit speech depending on context, leading to variation in law – such as the criminalisation of holocaust denial in Germany for historical reasons, despite it remaining legal elsewhere. Every society has criminalised speech according to their belief and value system. In secular Western society, religion is largely unvalued so blasphemy is permitted. Whereas in Islamic society religion is the core value and so blasphemy becomes a red line issue, including insulting any of the Prophets of God, starting from the Prophet Adam, to Prophets Moses and Jesus to the Prophet Mohammad.

The cost to societal harmony from the ‘freedom to insult’ is rarely discussed. Western Europe’s moral and legal tradition stems from its Christian heritage, which has become routinely mocked and derided. This freedom to mock and deride, which we appreciate was born out of Europe’s particular dilemma of Church authority, opened the door to the growing disrespect and anti-social behaviour in society – where rudeness is celebrated as a sign of assertiveness, courtesy undervalued as weakness, and all too many people do not respect each other or the law.

There are some who will look beyond the superficial images and clichéd analysis, sincerely wondering why people are so upset, asking why millions of Muslims in the UK and Europe seem not to have adopted the secular values they are surrounded by. They will inquire as to why Muslims have persisted on adhering to Islamic values despite relentless criticism and abuse – and are joined every day by others who are newly convinced of Islam. As the systemic decline in capitalism becomes increasingly obvious, people across the world are searching for new answers; many will find them in Islam.

A process of change in the Muslim world has been accelerated by the Arab spring, where a debate about the future of the region is growing. At present the emerging governments are weak, provide a fig-leaf for the old military authorities and insist on perpetuating a flawed secular, capitalist, nation-state model that is an aberration in terms of the history and values of the Muslim world.

As people ask “Is this, the freedom to insult Prophets, what ‘freedom and democracy’ really means?” the call for an Islamic model of government (the Islamic Caliphate) continues to grow in the region – one that is true to the principles of the Prophet, peace be upon him, and his successors, which protects the security, property, honour and beliefs of all its citizens, regardless of creed, colour or gender. A state which obliges accounting political authority and intellectual inquiry, but prohibits making money from gossip and slander; which encourages trade yet circulates wealth; which allows private enterprise but shares the states natural resources with all; and which finally breaks the colonial grip on the Muslim world so that it can present a true message of Islam.

Indeed, if a government in the Muslim world had taken a robust stand on the international stage using all diplomatic means at its disposal in order to arrest the on-going insults to the Prophet, peace be upon him, we would not now be seeing tens of thousands of demonstrators taking to the streets due to the lack of a political leadership at a state level that reflects their deeply held beliefs.

Surely there is too much that needs to be understood, which requires a mature debate and intellectual discussion rather than insults and lies and we would invite others to engage with us in that discussion.

Regards

Dr Reza Pankhurst – Reza.Pankhurst@hizb.org.uk
Dr Abdul Wahid – Abdul.Wahid@hizb.org.uk
Taji Mustafa – t.mustafa@hizb.org.uk

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US Muslims walk tightrope, denouncing both violence

American Muslims, sometimes accused of failing to speak out against violence carried out in the name of their religion, have forcefully condemned both the amateurish anti-Islam film that triggered recent riots and protest in the Middle East, Asia and north Africa and the violence that
it engendered.

American Muslim Reaction "No to Violence - No To abusive Movie"

American Muslim Reaction “No to Violence – No To abusive Movie”

The American Muslim community has been very forceful and consistent in its rejection of a violent response to this intentionally provocative material,

said Ibrahim Hooper, director of Communications for the Council on American Islamic Relations, a nonprofit Muslim civil rights and advocacy group.

The low-budget film “Innocence of Muslims,” apparently made by an obscure producer in Los Angeles and circulated on YouTube, infuriated many Muslims with its cartoonish portrayal of the Prophet Muhammad. The imagery sparked Muslim protests and violence targeting U.S. diplomatic missions, including a deadly assault on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four
Americans, including the U.S. ambassador to Libya.

In a flurry of statements, press briefings, vigils, media interviews and interfaith events, groups representing American Muslims were quick to condemn the violence, host vigils for the victims and send condolences to the families of the Benghazi victims. But they also condemned the film,which  seems deliberately designed to anger Muslims.

In getting the initial response out, there was an opportunity to make two points, said Hooper.

“People here understand that America and Americans shouldn’t be blamed for the actions of a few individuals who produced this hate film,” said Hooper.

“They should also understand that all Muslims shouldn’t be blamed for the acts of a few individuals that carried out these attacks as well.”

The Muslim and Arab American leaders also sought to speak to an overseas audience.

Over the weekend, CAIR released an Arabic-language video appeal aimed at protesters, beseeching them not to blame ordinary Americans and the U.S. government for the film, which was “designed to provoke religious sensitivities and to distract from the positive efforts being undertaken to
improve newly-free societies in the wake of the Arab Spring.”

Quoting from the Quran, the speaker, CAIR Executive Director Nihad Awad called on protesters “to emulate Islam’s Prophet Muhammad, who did not retaliate in kind to personal abuse.

On Tuesday, the organization released a similar video narrated by Imam Agdu Semih Tadese in Yoruba, a language spoken by millions in Nigeria and elsewhere in West Africa.

“It is clear that the motive behind the film is to enrage Muslims and to display a hatred of Islam,” according to subtitles on the video. 

“However, Muslims need to demonstrate good behavior as our Prophet (peace be upon him) dealt harmoniously with people. I hereby appeal to our scholars to calm down the youth and encourage people to cultivate exemplary behavior as Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) teaches.”

Lesson in freedom of speech

These messages and others also attempt to explain freedom of speech to non-Americans.

“We play a significant role in translating for our fellow Arabs and Muslims in the region to let them know what the First Amendment rights are,” said Abed Ayoub, legal director for the Arab-American Anti-Defamation Committee, a 32-year-old civil rights organization.

Since the start of protests, Ayoub says ADC has spoken to dozens of Arab journalists in countries where freedom of speech is still an alien concept.

The challenge, he said, is to dispel their belief that this film, or any other form of expression, has the U.S. government’s stamp of approval.

“These individuals have been living under dictatorships for decades. Some of them just don’t get it,” said Ayoub.

On the steps of Los Angeles City Hall on Monday, Muslim leaders teamed up with elders from the Coptic Christian church to try to reclaim the stage from the presumptive filmmaker — an Egypt-born Coptic Christian named Nakoula Basseley Nakoula — and hot headed Islamist inciting violence. 

The stakes are particularly high in Egypt, where the Copts say they have suffered a recent surge in discrimination and attacks by extremist Muslims.

The C opts form a branch of Christians who are believed to have settled in Egypt shortly after the crucifixion of Jesus. Moderates in both religions say they want to return to the relative peace between Coptic and Muslim, populations that have coexisted for centuries.

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Attacks on Muslim American Houses of Worship on the Rise

The days during and immediately following Ramadan this year—which began July 20 and ended at sundown on August 18—saw one of the worst spikes in anti-Muslim incidents in more than a decade. The incidents were widespread and frequently violent, and although some of the perpetrators have been apprehended and charged, most have not been caught. Many cases are still under investigation.

Religious freedom is one of our most sacred principles, and it includes the right to worship freely and according to one’s conscience. Yet since the September 11 terrorist attacks more than 11 years ago, Muslim Americans and their houses of worship have been subject to threats, vandalism, violence, and even arson. The most recent rise in violent targeted crimes against Muslim Americans represents a threat to all Americans and violates core principles on which our nation was founded: religious freedom and tolerance.

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