Thursday, November 01, 2012

முகம்மதுவின் மனைவி கதீஜாவின் வீடு கக்கூஸாகிறது!

Pilgrims in Riyadh
Pilgrims in Riyadh

Three of the world’s oldest mosques are about to be destroyed in Medina as Saudi Arabia embarks on a multi-billion-dollar expansion of Islam’s second holiest site, according to the British Independent. The house of Mohammed's first wife, Khadijah, has already been replaced with a public toilet block, it reports.
The disregard for Islam’s early history is due to the Saudi regime’s adoption of Wahabism, an austere stream which scorns all forms of idol worship, including shrines and pilgrimages to graves, the paper explains.
Work on the Masjid an-Nabawi in Medina, where the prophet Mohammed is buried, will reportedly start once the annual Hajj pilgrimage ends next month. When complete, the development will turn the mosque into the world’s largest building, able to take in 1.6 million worshippers.
But there are fears that the redevelopment of the Masjid an-Nabawi is "part of a wider drive to shift focus away from the place where Mohammed is buried," the newspaper says. "The spot that marks the Prophet’s tomb is covered by a famous green dome and forms the centerpiece of the current mosque. But under the new plans, it will become the east wing of a building eight times its current size with a new pulpit."
Historic sections of Mecca and Medina have been bulldozed to make way for gleaming shopping malls, luxury hotels and enormous skyscrapers. The Independent quotes the Washington-based Gulf Institute, which estimates that "95 per cent of the 1,000-year-old buildings in the two cities have been destroyed in the past 20 years."

இஸ்லாமுக்கு எதிராக facebookஇல் எழுதியதற்காக மூன்று இந்துக்கள் கைது (இந்தியா)

இஸ்லாமுக்கு எதிராக facebookஇல் எழுதியதற்காக மூன்று இந்துக்கள் கைதுவில்!

India: Kashmir protests after Facebook 'slur'

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Muslims in Indian-administered Kashmir have protested against Facebook posts which they say insult Islam.
Police have arrested three people, all Hindus, from the Kishtwar district for allegedly running a "campaign" against Islam on the social networking site.
Two of the men are government teachers. Authorities said they had been dismissed from their jobs.
Police were put on alert after Muslim leaders called for a shutdown in the valley on Tuesday.
On Monday Muslim protestors clashed with relatives of the three men who allegedly put up the Facebook posts in Kishtwar, Doda and Bhaderwah districts.
Some protestors pelted a local police station with stones and damaged vehicles.
Authorities have blocked a Facebook page on which the three men had allegedly posted morphed pictures of the Koran and Kaaba. They have also asked the police to charge the men with violating public safety.
Religious tensions erupt occasionally in Kashmir's districts of Kishtwar, Poonch and Kargil, the BBC's Riyaz Masroor in Srinagar says.
Last month a strike called by an alliance of Kashmiri religious groups to protest against the amateur anti-Islam film, which led to worldwide protests, hit normal life in the valley.
Thousands have been killed in Indian-administered Kashmir since a revolt against Indian rule began in 1989.
In recent months there has been a lull in violence in Kashmir, which is claimed by both India and Pakistan.

வேலை கிடைப்பதற்காக ஆஸ்திரேலியாவில் இந்துக்களாக மதம் மாறும் இந்திய முஸ்லீம்கள்!

வேலை கிடைப்பதற்காக ஆஸ்திரேலியாவில் இந்துக்களாக மதம் மாறும் இந்திய முஸ்லீம்கள்!
ஆஸ்திரேலியாவில் இந்தியாவில் இருப்பது போல ஓட்டுப்பொறுக்கி அரசாங்கங்கள் இல்லை போலிருக்கிறது.
முஸ்லீம்களை வேலையில் வைக்க எந்த ஒரு சாதாரண மனிதனும்  தயங்குகிறான்.
இந்தியாவிலும் முஸ்லீம்கள் தங்களது கேடுகெட்ட வழியை விட்டுவிட்டு குழந்தைகளுக்காக இந்துக்களாக மதம் மாறுவதே அவர்களுக்கு நல்லது.

Indian Muslims pose as Hindus to get jobs

Updated 1 November 2012, 16:53 AEST
Muslims in India make up about a tenth of the population and often complain that they face anti-Islamic bias in the Hindu-dominated society.
They say this prejudice often prevents them from getting jobs or doing business.
In an attempt to fend off the discrimination some Muslims are quietly hiding their religious affiliation.
They are secretly adopting Hindu names and dress styles and report they're faring well in the Hindu-dominated job markets.
Correspondent: Shaikh Azizur Rahman
Speaker: Hasina Begum, a Muslim who works as a Hindu Ayah; Barin Ghosh, a former job agent; Ayesha Pervez, minority rights activist; Prasenjit Biswas, rights activist, author and a professor in North Eastern Hill University, Shillong.