‘Your love for animal is intertwined with hate for Muslims’ Kerala hackers take down Maneka Gandhi's NGO website over Malappuram remarks Current Affairs 

‘Your love for animal is intertwined with hate for Muslims’ Kerala hackers take down Maneka Gandhi’s NGO website over Malappuram remarks

Thiruvananthapuram: The official website of People for Animals (PFA), an animal rights NGO founded by BJP MP Maneka Gandhi, was taken down on Friday by a group of “ethical hackers” over her remarks made on Malappuram district while referring to the death of a pregnant elephant in Kerala. A long message on the defaced website read, “Maneka Gandhi dragged the… Read More
Kanpur Medical College Principal Dr. Arati Lalchandani transferred after Islamophobic remarks Current Affairs 

Kanpur Medical College Principal Dr. Arati Lalchandani transferred after Islamophobic remarks

Kanpur: Uttar Pradesh government has removed Dr. Arati Dave Lalchandani, Principal of Kanpur’s GSVM Medical College from her post after she used controversial Islamophobic remarks against Muslims in a video that went viral last week. In the video Lalchandani was heard calling the Tablighi Jamaat members as terrorists who deserve to be put in jail. She also accused Chief Minister… Read More
Dr Arati Lalchandani Current Affairs 

Covert video expose Kanpur doctor’s Islamophobic face who accused Tablighi members of spitting

Kanpur: In an utter display of Islamophobia, Dr Arati Lalchandani, head of GSVM Medical College, Kanpur in a highly objectionable language allegedly called COVID positive Tablighi Jamaat members ‘terrorist’ accusing government for ‘exhausting resources’ instead of ‘putting them in Jail’. In a viral video emerged on Sunday, Dr Lalchandani said that government is trying to appease “30 crore” Muslims and… Read More
Masjid-e-Nabawi Current Affairs 

Saudi Arabia reopens mosques including Masjid-e-Nabawi after coronavirus lockdown

Riyadh: Saudi Arabia’s 90,000 mosques opened their doors to worshipers on Sunday for the first time in more than two months, Saudi state news agency SPA reported. Worshipers though have been ordered to follow strict guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. However, the Grand Mosque in Makkah, which houses the cube-shaped Kaaba that Muslims around the world pray… Read More
Iran-backed Shia terrorist groups exhume shrine of Caliph Omar bin Abdulaziz in Syria Current Affairs 

Iran-backed Shia terrorist groups exhume shrine of Caliph Omar bin Abdulaziz in Syria

Idlib: Iran-backed terrorist groups have ransacked a shrine in Syria believed to be of Caliph Omar bin Abdulaziz in northwestern Idlib province and escaped with the remains buried inside. Video footage published by Pro-Assad regime pages on social media Tuesday showed terrorist groups exhuming the grave in the town of Deir Sharqi near Maarat al-Numan city. Another video showed the… Read More
Raffia Arshad Culture 

Raffia Arshad becomes UK’s first hijab wearing judge

London: Raffia Arshad, a Muslim woman becomes the first judge in the United Kingdom to wear a hijab, after she was appointed a deputy district judge on the Midlands circuit last week. She had been practicing law as a barrister while wearing the Islamic headscarf prior to her promotion. Raffia, 40, who grew up in Yorkshire, north England, dreamt of making… Read More
Muslims donated Ramzan charity to start ICU in Ichalkaranji govt. hospital Society 

Muslims donated Ramzan charity to start ICU in Ichalkaranji govt. hospital

Kolhapur: Muslims of Ichalkaranji – a small textile town in Maharashtra donated zakat, an obligatory Muslim charity, and Sadaqah, voluntary charity to start an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) in the Indira Gandhi Memorial (IGM) civil hospital in the wake of rising coronavirus infection across the country. The Kolhapur town Muslims through Baitul Maal Muslim community has donated sum of Rs… Read More
Eid-ul-Fitr - a victory celebration of Battle of Badr Islam 

Eid-ul-Fitr – indeed a victory celebration of Battle of Badr

Fasting was made compulsory in the second year after the migration for the Muslims. (فَمَنْ شَهِدَ مِنْكُمُ الشَّهْرَ فَلْيَصُمْهُ) “So whoever sights the month, let him fast it” (Quran 2:185). Just a few days had passed in the month of Ramadan when, according to the divine proclamation, the Holy Prophet left Madinah with his 313 followers.… Read More
FIR lodged against Muslim Mirror portal for posting video on Shahpur Clash Current Affairs 

FIR lodged against Muslim Mirror portal for posting video on Shahpur Clash

Ahmedabad: The city cyber cell on Tuesday registered an FIR against Muslim Mirror – an online media portal for allegedly trying to create enmity between communities. A video, in which plainclothes persons are walking on the street with sticks in their hands, was posted on the portal twitter handle with a caption ‘armed #BJP #RSS activists with police in Shahpur’… Read More
Muslim American heads Trump’s 'Operation Warp Speed' to develop coronavirus vaccine Current Affairs 

Muslim American heads Trump’s ‘Operation Warp Speed’ to develop coronavirus vaccine

Washington: US President Donald Trump has named Moroccan-born Muslim American Moncef Mohamed Slaoui, to head a fast-track COVID-19 vaccine programme called Operation Warp Speed. Announcing the appointment the president described Slaoui as “one of the most respected men in the world in the production” and “on the formulation of vaccines.” “Operation Warp Speed’s chief scientist will be Dr Moncef Slaoui,… Read More