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  1. Tariq Ramadan. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer/Files PARIS: Prominent Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan, who was remanded in custody in France on rape charges earlier in the month, has been hospitalised due to multiple sclerosis, his support group said Saturday. The 55-year-old Oxford University professor, who will now undergo an independent medical evaluation to determine if he is to remain in jail before trial, was sent to the hospital on Friday night, a source close the case confirmed. "His state of health is getting worse, particularly since the judges refused to issue a visit permit to his wife and children yesterday," a source close to Ramadan said on Saturday. His lawyers said that their client?s condition was "not compatible with detention", based on an initial medical examination on Tuesday. Charged with rape and rape of a vulnerable person, Ramadan had been held at the Fleury-Merogis prison near Paris since February 2. A court ordered Ramadan be detained ahead of his trial, saying he was a possible flight risk and fearing potential pressure on women who testified anonymously. A Paris appeals court ordered the medical evaluation on Thursday and postponed its ruling on his detention until February 22 after Ramadan went to the hearing in an ambulance. The arrest of the influential academic ? a regular on TV debates with more than two million Facebook followers ? has rocked the French Muslim community. Two Muslim women have accused Ramadan, a Swiss citizen whose grandfather founded Egypt?s Muslim Brotherhood movement, of rape. They went public with the allegations late last year when women began sharing accounts of sexual harassment and assault as part of the #MeToo and #BalanceTonPorc (Expose your pig) campaign triggered by the revelations against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein. Ramadan, who took leave of absence from Oxford in November after the allegations surfaced, is the most high-profile figure to be held in France since the campaign began. Henda Ayari, a 41-year-old feminist activist, claims Ramadan raped her in Paris in 2012. Another woman, a 40-year-old disabled Muslim convert going by the alias "Christelle", claimed he raped and beat her in the southeastern city of Lyon in 2009. The married father of four has rejected the accusations saying he is the victim of a smear campaign.
  2. Ever since making his international debut in 2013, Mohammed Shami has arguably become Team India's bowling spearhead across all formats. Shami's success can be attributed to his pace, accuracy and primarily his skills in moving the ball - both old and new. He was also India's leading fast bowler in the 2015 World Cup when the Indian team marched into the semi-finals picking up 77 out of 80 wickets on offer. And, the fact that the 27-year-old played through that tournament and the preceding series against Australia - essentially four months - through a knee injury, highlights his commitment to the team. But, despite his contributions to the game, Shami continues to cut a sorry figure for the Islamic hardliners - the self-appointed gatekeepers of morality and religion. His innocent and secular New Year wish for his followers has ridiculously sparked a controversy which has attracted a lot of hate comments both on Twitter and Facebook. The right-handed bowler took to Facebook and wished his fans a Happy New Year through the picture of a beautifully decorated 'Shiva Ling' (an iconic representation of the Hindu deity Shiva) before deleting it on Twitter. He shared the photo with a caption that read: "As the new year renews all the happiness and good tidings, hope the joyful spirit keeps glowing in your heart forever! Happy New Year 2018 to you and your family". While many appreciated Shami for proving no religion was bigger than humanity, others (mainly Muslim zealots) wasted no time in hurling abuses at the Indian speedster before questioning his religious values. I hate sami — Manknojiya Arshad (@Maknojiyaarshad) January 1, 2018 Sudar ja varna barbad ho jayega Allah tujhe kar dega — sabdar khan (@sabdark31257939) January 1, 2018 Musalman ka kam shivling pujna ni h shami allah se tauba kar thode se hinduo ko khus karne k liye allah naraj na kar warna barbad ho jayega — mansoor ahmad (@mansoor99626291) January 1, 2018 New year ki mubarak baad diya to diya shiv ling ko bhi apna liya lanat he tujh par shami — Faisal Khan (@FaisalK28862408) January 1, 2018 Abe muslim hai tu sharam kar....iman se khariz Ho jaayega muslim me pathar ko nahi pujte https://t.co/okoF8PWCXo — Inaam Pathaan (@PathaanInaam) January 1, 2018 Yaqeen nahi hota ke shami bhai aise he ab bhi sachha muslim cricketer hashim amla aur moin ali he lagte he — Faisal Khan (@FaisalK28862408) January 1, 2018 This isn't the first time Shami has had a run-in with Islamic bigots. In 2016, Shami was slammed in similar fashion after he shared a photo of his wife Haseen Jahan who was seen wearing a sleeveless outfit. His Facebook post garnered over 1,500 comments saw some fans preaching moral values and reminding Shami of his religious beliefs. One comment in particular stood out, "sharam karo sar ap ek muslim ho bibi ko parde me rakho aur kuch sikho amla ali aur bhi bahut saro sr", which roughly translates to – “Have some shame sir, you are a Muslim, keep your wife covered and try to learn from (Hashim) Amla, (Moeen) Ali and others”. Even when he shared pictures of his daughter's birthday party in July this year, the traditionalists didn't shy away from posting regressive comments before embarking on moral policing regarding his wife's decision of not to wear a hijab in the picture. “Sad to see your wife without hijab. my dear shami sir do not look at the smallness of the sin, rather look at the one whom you are disobeying,” a comment read with the hashtag #GoToHell.
  3. ISLAMABAD: On this year?s World Polio Day, the National Islamic Advisory Group for Polio Eradication (NIAG) has paid tribute to all of Pakistan?s valiant ?Sehat Muhafiz? who are setting an inspiring example of dedication on the frontlines in the fight against polio. Pakistan stands today on the brink of ending the scourge of polio, and ?Sehat Muhafiz? are leading the charge. ?What all these 250,000 men and women have in common is commitment. By vaccinating every child and ensuring that no child is missed, they are building community immunity?a critical step on the road to eradication,? said Dr. Sohail Hassan, Director of the Dawah Academy at International Islamic University and Chairman of NIAG. Maulana Hanif Jalandhry, general secretary of Wifaq-Ul-Madarris and president of NIAG Core Group said, ?With courage and perseverance, our Sehat Muhafiz supported by more than 1,000 religious support persons to travel the length and breadth of the country to educate their communities, spread awareness about the compliance of polio vaccine with Islamic Sharia and vaccinate children to make polio in Pakistan history.? Every year on the World Polio Day, the world is reminded that a disease that has paralyzed and killed children for thousands of years still remains among us. While most of the world is polio-free, Pakistan, along with Afghanistan and Nigeria, remain the last three countries where the poliovirus still circulates, threatening the wellbeing and future of children. Only a few years ago, polio eradication in Pakistan was hindered due to misperceptions and lack of safe access to children by vaccination teams. The Pakistan polio programme has come a long way. The progress achieved since the beginning of 2015 is now visible in the declining number of wild poliovirus cases. From 306 in 2014, the number of cases declined to 54 in 2015, and 20 in 2016. So far in 2017, the total number of cases reported stands at five, compared to 16 this time last year. NIAG reiterated its full endorsement of the oral polio vaccine. ?We call on all parents to vaccinate their children against this debilitating but preventable disease,? said NAIG member and Chairman of the Rotary Ulama Committee Haji Hanif Tayyab. Guided by the irrefutable words of the Almighty Allah in Surrah Al-Anaam verse 140: ?They are losers who foolishly have slain their children without knowledge.? Maulana Sami Ul Haq, NIAG member and Head of Jamia Haqqania Akora Khattak, said, ?It is every individual?s duty to protect themselves and their communities from diseases. Believing in rumors and depriving our children of their right to good health is not only sinful, but also believing in falsehood.? Although there is no cure for polio, the virus can be prevented and eliminated through immunization. As long as the purpose of vaccination is the welfare of people and the substance used to make vaccines was uncontaminated and not forbidden, it is therefore ?acceptable to Sharia? ? or Islamic law. All parents are called on to step forward and allow their children under the age of five to be vaccinated against polio every time the vaccine is offered. To fulfill our national promise of a polio-free Pakistan to future generations, NIAG has called upon all learned religious leaders to continue enlightening communities about the rights of children to the best start in life and protection against polio and all other childhood diseases. ?Crippled children lead to a crippled Muslim Ummah. May Allah protect our children from all harm and bring them up to be healthy and productive members of the Ummah they deserve to be,? said NIAG Chairman Dr. Sohail Hassan. ? Originally published in The News
  4. KARACHI: The Supreme Court on Friday ordered that the cinema in the city?s Federal B. Area be converted back to the Islamic centre it originally was. In its ruling, the apex court instructed the concerned authorities to restore the Islamic centre, called Al-Markaz-i-Islami, back to its original condition. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/864314e2d8e4e774233d2799119daf4d.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Ny83LzIwMTcgNzo1OToyNSBBTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPUR4bWNlNE4xUGlHam1DeFQwVGdYZHc9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] The Supreme Court also ordered appropriate action against the property?s owner and officials of the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC). The KMC has maintained its stance that the Islamic centre building had been given to the owner for Islamic cultural activities. The KMC had earlier also conceded before the Supreme Court that no mosque was constructed as planned at the centre.
  5. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan addresses members of parliament from his ruling AK Party (AKP) during a meeting at the Turkish parliament in Ankara, Turkey, June 13, 2017. Photo: Reuters Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday denounced the isolation of Qatar by neighbouring states as a violation of Islamic values and akin to a "death penalty" imposed in a crisis that has reverberated across the Middle East and beyond. Erdogan's comments marked the strongest intervention yet by a powerful regional ally of Doha eight days after Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt cut ties with Qatar and applied stringent economic sanctions on it. Later on Tuesday, the UAE ambassador to the United States, which has an air base in Qatar, said there was no military component to the steps taken against Doha. Qatar denies accusations that it supports militants. "A very grave mistake is being made in Qatar; isolating a nation in all areas is inhumane and against Islamic values. It's as if a death penalty decision has been taken for Qatar," Erdogan told members of his ruling AK Party in Ankara. "Qatar has shown the most decisive stance against the terrorist organisation Daesh alongside Turkey. Victimising Qatar through smear campaigns serves no purpose." The measures against Qatar, a small oil and gas exporter with a population of 2.7 million people, have disrupted imports of food and other materials and caused some foreign banks to scale back business. The UAE envoy, Yousef Al Otaiba, told reporters in Washington: "There is absolutely no military component to anything that we are doing." "I have spoken and seen (US Defense Secretary) General (Jim) Mattis four times in the last week; we?ve given them our complete assurance that the steps we have taken will not affect in anyway Al Udeid base or any operations supporting or regarding the base," Otaiba said. Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar is home to more than 11,000 US and coalition forces and an important base for the fight against Islamic State militants in the region. The chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, Joseph Dunford, told a Senate hearing that the rift between Qatar and its neighbours was not affecting US military operations. Qatar, which imported 80 percent of its food from bigger Gulf Arab neighbours before the diplomatic shutdown, has been talking to Iran and Turkey to secure food and water. The world's second largest helium producer, Qatar has also shut its two helium production plants because of the economic boycott, industry sources told Reuters on Tuesday. Turkey has maintained good relations with Qatar as well as several of its Gulf Arab neighbours. Turkey and Qatar have both provided support for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and backed rebels fighting to overthrow Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi also criticised the measures imposed on Qatar, saying in Baghdad on Tuesday they were hurting the emirate's people, not its rulers. International diplomacy Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdulrahman al-Thani said on Monday that Doha "still had no clue" why Arab states had cut ties. He denied Doha supported groups like the Muslim Brotherhood that its neighbours oppose, or had warm ties with their enemy Iran. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Erdogan would discuss the Gulf rift in a telephone call with US President Donald Trump in coming days. Turkey approved plans last week to deploy more troops to a military base it has established in Qatar under a 2014 agreement with the Gulf Arab state. The move was seen as support by regional power and NATO member Turkey to Doha. In Moscow, the Kremlin said President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Arabia's King Salman discussed the crisis in a phone call on Tuesday. The Kremlin said the dispute was not helping to unite efforts to try to find a Syria settlement or fight terrorism.
  6. The prophet (Peace be upon him) said: Remember ALLAH during times of ease and HE will remember you during times of difficulty. [Tirmidhi]
  7. ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has accepted the invitation of the Custodian of Two Holy Mosques to attend the upcoming US-Arab and Islamic Summit in Riyadh, the PM’s Office said Tuesday. Saudi Arabia’s Minister for Information and Culture Dr Awwad Bin Saleh Al-Awwad extended the invitation to the Prime Minister in a meeting held here at the PM House. The visiting minister is the special envoy of the Custodian of Two Holy Mosques to extend invitation on the latter’s behalf.