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Hate speech case: ASWJ leader released on bail; Lyari gang men remanded to police
Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) of the Punjab Police had arrested Farooqi, who remained associated with Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan, a banned sectarian outfit, from Taxila on June 6, 2015. He was arrested for making hate speech during a Friday ...
The Noble Sahaba: Sayiduna Khabbab (ra)
A woman named Umm Anmaar who belonged to the Khuza-a tribe in Makkah went to the slave market in the city. She wanted to buy herself a youth for her domestic chores and to exploit his labor for economic gains. As she scrutinized the faces of those who ...
Burning House of Lady Fatimah
Whilst traditional Sunni scholars have sought to acknowledge / defend and indeed praise the actions of Caliph Umar in this episode, the modern day self declared champions of the Sahaba the Salafi and Deobandi have scrapped this traditional approach and ...
The price of a life: Compensating victims of terrorism
The compensation paid to the families of more than 40 people killed in a Friday prayer bombing in an imambargah in Sialkot during October 2004 was half of what was paid to the families of 40 people killed the same month in Multan at a Sipah-e-Sahaba ...
Wrong turns of the right wing
Referring to Maududi's statements, Barelvi Mufti Abdul Wahab Khan Qadri alleges him of putting Shah Ismail and Syed Ahmed Barelvi in higher esteem than Sahaba. (Maududi aur Tafheemul Quran, Page 22). Quoting Maududi's Siyasi Kashmakash, Qadri ...

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