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It is ultimately the rulers who must initiate and oversee the process of producing genuine, non-extremist religious scholars By Dr Khalid Zaheer   While religious extremism among Muslims can take many forms, it has four major building blocks: generalising Qur’anic verses by ignoring the context, accepting hadith as practically independent and binding source of law […]

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Question: How can one be humble? Answer: One can be humble by being realistic. I am an ordinary human who came to this life by the kind decision of my God. He created me from an ordinary drop of water which went through various stages of development in the womb of my mother. Then I […]

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Dialogue between people of different faiths is a pressing necessity. Yet, relatively few dialogue initiatives have been launched by Muslims. This is because Muslims, generally speaking, don’t believe in building bridges with non-Muslims in religious matters. They believe in converting them. And there is a deep-seated sense of superiority over people belonging to other faiths. […]

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Why is the Pakistani Society ambivalent about the militants? The fact is that a large number of Pakistanis see Taliban doing what they think are some extremely good and some extremely bad things which cause them to not be able to decide whether they are on the balance a blessing or an evil. A brief […]

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