Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Telangana and The Muslim Question with MIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi . . .

Andhra Pradesh is counting its last nights, India's oldest statehood movement seem to have jolted Indian National Congress and its political calculations. As Telangana or in Delhi political catalog as Rayal-Telangana or a Hyderabad State appears to be a certainty, standing just next to the corner of new political arena of south Indian politics, there is one party which begs to differ. The grand old party of Deccan Majlis-e-Itehadul Muslimeen (MIM) has up their ante against any move to bifurcate Andhra Pdraesh, and party president Asaduddin Owaisi has emerged as passionate protagonist of United Andhra Pradesh more so from his counterparts in Seema Andhra. This new found fervor against any move to divide the state according to MIM is to protect the Muslim interest. TwoCircles.net interview Member of Parliament from Hyderabad Mr. Asaduddin Owaisi on his reservations of separate Telangana state and impact of decision which Muslim political leadership took against the popular mood in the region.

Monday, July 29, 2013

லண்டன் தமிழ் வானொலி கவிதை நேரம் கேட்டு மகிழுங்கள்

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சபியா மாலிக் & விஜயாகவுரி

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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

The truth of the life of this world (Harun Yahya)

Every one of these graves you see contains a human being just like you ...
They once used to watch the television, just as you are now ...
They too would get up in the morning, wash their faces, have breakfast and go to work or school ...
They once had people they loved, celebrities they admired, and cars, houses and bills to pay ...
They too had their special moments, celebrating New Year or their birthdays, perhaps ...
Never for a moment imagining that in the same way that they had birthdays, they would one day have to die ...
Every self will taste death. Then you will be returned to Us. (Qur'an, 29: 57)

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Tiger Lily has gone Google

Manny and Clara Gonzales started out small when they opened Tiger Lily, a local flower shop in Charleston, South Carolina. Today, they have grown to be recognized as one of the premier florists in the area. To support their growth and stay ahead of the competition, they switched to Google Apps to eliminate IT hassles, stay organized and communicate with their entire staff from anywhere.

Makkah Haram Mataaf extension

Friday, July 19, 2013

A Fresh Brand of Freedom - Egyptian public speaker, Ms. Sahar El-Nadi

Egyptian public speaker, Ms. Sahar El-Nadi, shares a detailed eyewitness account of the Egyptian revolution as well as the role that women played in the successful overthrow of Mubarak. This program was recorded by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV)

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

How the Islamic Caliphate was destroyed: A historical perspective

A documentary produced by Hizb ut Tahrir Australia for the first ever such campaign in Australia, entitled the "Rajab Campaign".

The Documentary covers the following areas:
* The rise of Islam and its dominion.
* The crusader hatred and battle for Jerusalem.
* The decline of the Muslims.
* The cultural invasion.
* The Physical occupation; all culminating in:
* The destruction of the Khilafah.

For more details, be sure to visit the official page of Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia:


The Golden Age of Islam under Khilafah

The Islamic Golden Age is a historical period lasting from c. 750 CE to c. 1257 CE, during which philosophers, scientists and engineers of the Islamic world are credited with a period of contribution to scientific knowledge, cultural arts, civilization and architecture, both by developing earlier traditions and by a period of relatively rapid and marked innovation. A substantial degree of historic Islamic intellectual innovation occurred in the Islamic Golden age, and it was this which helped to bring Europe out of the dark ages and brought about the resonance (rebirth) of Europe, Islam brought the light back into a world of darkness.