Eng. Ismail Al - Wahwah Speech during the revival of Laylat al-Qadr 1439 AH - 2018 CE
Tanzania media outlets reported the President John Magufuli advises clerics to shun mixing politics and religion, insisting that by so doing they were likely to make the nation lose its direction. The President said it was high time for religious leaders to avoid using spokespersons who were purely not clerics, to avoid confusing their followers.
A short article by Ed Hussain: “Britain and Islam – the real special relationship” was published recently in the UK’s Spectator Magazine to address the “agonising about Islamism, and what to do about it”. The writer asserted pride in the UK’s freedoms that brought his “Muslim parents to this country” and reminded readers of “a very useful fact: that Britain has a special relationship with Islam and has done (sic) for centuries”.
The rising of the nations is related to the principles which they live upon. So, if a nation understands and implements its principles well, and it perfects communicating these principles to the world and spreads its message; then this nation is meant to embark the roads to advancement and reaches the highest level of glory.
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As US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un fly into Singapore for their 12 June summit meeting, an opinion piece at aljazeera.com, headlined ‘How 11 US presidents failed to make peace with North Korea’, highlights what should be obvious – the fact that the US has consistently worked against peace and security on the Korean peninsula: