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Migrant rescue board in even greater danger

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   The migrants and refugees were rescued from a dinghy off Libya on 3 April by a rescue boat operated by the German NGO Sea-Eye and named Alan Kurdi after the Syrian boy who drowned in 2015. Italy’s far-right deputy prime minister, Matteo Salvini, has repeatedly declared Italian waters closed to NGO rescue vessels. Several boats have ...

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Atomic power and the waste 

Fatema Miah: As I wrote in the previous article With all the master minded mechanism and production we are one of the top  developed status Nations. With the same wow factors of advancement, simultaneously, we are responsible stakeholders for our environmental, ecological, atmospheric climatic conditions. The favoured option for nuclear waste management around the world at the moment, 2015, is ...

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Nuclear global warfare, USA versus other Nuclear nations

Fatema Miah: All taken off from: E ::: MC’2 formula of maths of law of gravity, the mathematics of physics. Nuclear global warfare began. Entire world in nuclear procession and engaged in exchanging  of threat in this June 2019. Is USA anyhow in hallucination or in fear of it’s Nuclear base empire  stood up at the fall of many empires, ...

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British Muslims Are Among The Top Ten Most Generous People In The World

By Shofi Ahmed: Muslims in Britain are remarkably generous. We reign the charity landscape especially in the holy month of Ramadan. More than seven out of ten Muslims give to charity. According to The World Giving Index, the United Kingdom is the eighth most charitable nation in the world. And The Times has already proclaimed back in 2013 that Muslims ...

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Islamic law;  Fiq of Hudud  

Fatema Miah:   I explained Hudud versions/branches after Fatwa.  There the differences (of Shari’a Hudud) the Fiqh sub branches, allow understanding of what can and cannot be changed. In addition to this, further breaking Fiqh down to sub branches; Ibadat, Mu’smalat, Ijtihad, Maslahah and Ikhtilaf; allow better understanding to achieve Fairness, to promote kindness,  and for justice, they provided a ...

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National Liberation Front fighter in Syria’s Idlib

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Instead of looking forward to the pre-dawn Ramadan meal of suhoor, Dr Firas al-Jundi was cradling his scared children and surveying the damage done to his home by Syrian government airstrikes. At least 11 people died in the overnight bombing on Wednesday of Maaret al-Numan in Idlib province, the Syrian opposition’s last stronghold in the country, in ...

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Atomic complexity; mechanism,  technicality and waste. 

Fatema Miah: With all the master minded mechanism and production we are one of the top  developed status Nations. With the same wow factors of advancement, simultaneously, we are responsible stakeholders for our environmental, ecological, atmospheric climatic conditions. I previously wrote about nuclear waste and the danger of it, the types, and decaying time scales. I talked about power stations; ...

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Is it just matter of winning an arguement?   

  Fatema Miah:   In reply to comments about Islam and how Muslim seem to behave very odd and annoying, the topic raised by western people. I replied;  There are full of rigid mentally sick minded beings in Asian communities are claiming Muslims, those  forced into Islam unconsciously by their fellow families or community or even forced  themselves, it seems ...

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Climate- health effect, our duty and faith

Fatema Miah:   I have come to Recognise what was the  concern that the  relationship between climate change and health, as well as the associated themes and trends are linking climate change to public health and suffering, that’s is prominent and constantly in rise, therefore action must be taken to educate public about public health.  There are  key cobtributors to ...

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Arms sales really matter across the world

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Most of us have not directly experienced in our lifetimes the impact of full-scale war; but our official policies are still helping to support large-scale slaughter and long-term misery elsewhere in the world. Think of Yemen, where up to 14 million people are on the edge of famine as a result of a war that continues ...

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