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"As Iqbal placed the body of Ilm Din into the grave, he tearfully declared: "This uneducated young man has surpassed us, the educated ones."
The 1920’s in India witnessed the publishing of an inflammatory book vilifying Prophet Muhammad (SAW) thereby adding fuel to the existing Muslim/Hindu tensions. The British Raj ruled India and the creation of Pakistan was still a distant dream in the hearts of the Indian Muslims. The Muslim population was understandably incensed and mass protests were held. Prashaad Prataab had authored Rangeela Rasool (The Colourful Prophet), under the pen name of Pandit Chamupati Lal. The word rangeela means ‘colourful’ but can be understood in this context to mean ‘playboy’. [Nauzbillah]
Rajpal was a Hindu book publisher from Lahore. He took the responsibility of publishing the book in 1923 and pledged not to disclose the author’s real name. Pressure from the Muslim community resulted in the matter being taken to Session court Lahore which found Raj Pal guilty and sentenced him. Subsequently Rajpal appealed against the decision of Session Court in the Lahore High court. The appeal was heard by Judge Daleep Singh who gave leave to appeal on the grounds that on the basis of criticism against the religious leaders, no matter how immoral it is, is not covered by S.153 of the Indian Penal Code. Thus Rajpal could not be sentenced as law did not cover blasphemous criticism against religion. The High Court decision was widely criticised and protests were made against it by Muslims of India. Little did anyone suspect that one young man’s course of action would bring about a significant change in the Law, ensuring that Islam would be covered by blasphemy laws.
Ilm Din was an illiterate teenager from Lahore. His father was a carpenter. One day he was passing near Masjid (mosque) Wazir Khan. There was a huge crowd shouting slogans against Rajpal. The speaker thundered: "Oh Muslims! The devil Rajpal has sought to dishonour our beloved Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W) by his filthy book!”
- Ilm Din was deeply affected by this passionate speech and vowed to take action. On 6th September 1929 Ilm Deen set out for the bazaar and purchased a dagger for one rupee. He hid the dagger in his pants and waited opposite Rajpal’s Shop. Rajpal had not arrived yet. His flight had arrived at Lahore airport and he proceeded to phone the police in order to request them to provide him security. Ilm Deen did not know what the publisher looked like. He asked a few passer-by’s as to Rajpal’s whereabouts and said that he needed to discuss something with him. Rajpal entered the shop without detection but soon after a man alerted Ilm Din that Rajpal was inside. The young man entered the shop, lunged forward and attacked him. He stabbed his dagger into the chest of Rajpal with such force that his heart was ripped from his body. Rajpal fell dead on the ground. Ilm Deen made no attempt to escape. Rajpal’s employees grabbed him and shouted for help.
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I never Published an Article but the following heart-wrenching Incident forced me to do so which took place yesterday at Rahim Yar Khan Pakistan, where a father hanged his son because he wouldn't stop crying due to hunger while his wife left him few days back when he failed to provide them food to survive due to the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic. We said that a father is nothing without his son but what will be the condition of that father when he tied rope around a neck of his his own child knowing that he is going to kill him. I can just feel pain and anguish. Nothing else.. Why? Because we are equally responsible for all this.
How many students are studying in different universities of Pakistan but how many know that many employees working there are on daily wages?
I was member of my university hostel mess management committee for the last two years but just two months back i came to know that some waiters and dish washers are working there on daily wages for the last 10 to 15 years. Some of them have school going kids and living on rent. They are waiting for their monthly salary which is not more than 15,000pkr ($100).
When we the students busy praying for our Vacations they are worried about cut-off from their salaries due to those Vacations.
But unfortunately we'll do nothing neither our leaders will. We as a Nation Failed in this and we didn't have any effective strategies.
What will they do now when no one is there to give them job or provide them something to eat for their survival?
We as a Muslims also failed because we forget advices of our Heroes like Hazrat Umar ibn Al-Khattab said if a dog dies hungry on the banks of the River Euphrates, Umar will be responsible for dereliction of duty. Hence we and our Leaders are Responsible for all this.
The new-age Network:-Algorand and DeFi,decentralized finance solutions
Decentralized Finance (DeFi) is the merger of traditional bank services with decentralized technologies such as blockchain. DeFi can also go under the name Open Finance due to its inclusive format. Importantly, the DeFi community seeks to create alternatives to every financial service currently available. These services include items such as savings and checking accounts, loans, asset trading, insurance, and much more. The DeFi stands for Decentralized Finance and what does this really mean? Looking at the evolution of currency from trade by barter to digital currency, currency has always been controlled by a centralized body otherwise known as Central Bank. Decentralized finance, in a nutshell, has to do with all the financial application that is running on top of the blockchain. It is a system of controlling our assets through an open-source and through an ecosystem that allows everybody to have access to financial transparency without waiting for any central authority to take decisions. With decentralized finance, everyone is giving the chance to interact with the system throughout P2P and Dapps.
What is DeFi Offering?
Unlike traditional finance which can also be referred to as centralized finance, decentralized finance does not need any third party or intermediaries before users can have control over their assets or interact with the system. DeFi is offering you control of your own assets.
Though many new-age banks and fin-tech firms promise to provide more control to the users, in reality, you are still trusting in them to manage your funds. The objective of DeFi is to give you full control of your assets, and it can because of decentralization and blockchain technology. Also, many developers of financial apps are adopting open-source protocols for trading through decentralized exchanges.
Importance of DeFi:
DeFi continues to play an important role in the evolution of the financial sector for many reasons. For instance, DeFi expands the functionality and reach of money. Since all you need to participate in the DeFi sector is a Smartphone, there is huge potential to expand the global economy. Consequently, analysts see this sector as one of the most important currently under development in the crypto space. This commitment to the development of a DeFi ecosystem is easy to recognize. Importantly, DeFi is the fastest growing sector in blockchain.
The Algorand blockchain is entirely decentralized, which means there is no powerful central authority or single point of control. .A unique committee of users is randomly and secretly selected to approve every block. It solves the blockchain trilemma by providing scalability, decentralization, and security at the same time without compromising anyone of the element. The fact that all protocols are open-source allows anyone to build new financial products on top of them. Developers across the globe can collaborate with each other to create new products leading to faster innovation and a secure network.
Anyone can store, trade, and invest their assets in blockchain securely and earn a much higher return than from the traditional financial system. Since there no intermediaries handling your asset, you have complete control over your investments.
Algorand protocol runs on Pure Proof of Stake, that is built on byzantine agreement. A design implementation that defines how people can participate in a decentralized network while preventing forged identities at the same time. It is a mechanism that when combined with a Byzantine agreement protocol creates a way for a large group of people to achieve consensus. Pure proof-of-stake means that for anyone wanting to participate in the Algorand network, they can signal that intent by flagging an account with Algo as a participant.so there is no centralization involved in this Blockchain Network.
How categorize DeFi solutions on Algorand:
The Algorand protocol is the ideal blockchain. To understand DeFi solutions and capabilities with an efficient blockchain infrastructure should look in the Algorand protocol. Instead, these platforms integrate advanced smart contracts to streamline their business systems. Smart contracts are preprogrammed protocols that initiate upon receiving crypto to their address. Importantly smart contracts can handle a huge variety of tasks from customer approval to making payments. It’s important to understand what characteristics and reason give Algorand for the DeFi solution are these:
Open-Source and permissionless:
AS Algorand is an open sourced and permissionless platform. Open source coding refers to the fact that the coding is made public. Additionally, anyone can participate in DeFi Dapps without concern for approval. Additionally, anyone can participate in the Network without concern for approval and participate from all over the world, and make their users decision free. In this way, anyone can audit it and validate its functionality, security, and capabilities. Open-source codes are far more stable and secure than private codes because of this community interaction. Additionally, it provides more confidence in the platform because users can rest assured that no hidden malicious coding is operating in the background
Algorand provides the world with new levels of transparency. Transparency provides trust for the users. Network participants have the ability to access holdings and transactions of public addresses using a block explorer, used to search the blocks of a blockchain, their contents, and their relevant details. Programs such as block explorers can help people track and trace decentralized transactions of non-privacy focused coins.
True Decentralization of Finance:
Algorand offers true decentralization. Any platform that is based on Algorand’s protocol will be truly and fully decentralized. Eventually, Finance will be truly decentralized if DeFi is incorporated on Algorand. It store data cryptographically on a distributed ledger so that all users have equal rights over the data. Algorand’s pure PoS protocol and consensus mechanism is what makes it able to offer true de-centralization.
Interoperability is the main pillar of the ecosystem, Interoperability is critical because it ensures that as more developers enter the space, all the previous work is not lost. Instead, users can stack their DeFi products to expand their exposure to this new age economy. For instance, it’s common for a single user to utilize Stablecoin, decentralized exchanges, and wallets together. This strategy is possible due to the seamless integration DeFi applications possess by a dedicated community of global users who shares Algorand’s same vision of decentralized and borderless future.
In Algorand the users of the applications, who validate blocks on the chain should be rewarded with specific tokens or digital assets that have value. So users can stake their Algo in their wallet. In addition of new block that is added on the chain rewards are given by their staking amount. Excellent wallet! Users are encouraged by the rewards that are paid into wallet just for holding Algo
Faster transaction,high level of security:
While processing transactions on Algorand, there is no need to integrate a payment gateway to accept funds. Hence, the processing of transactions becomes faster. The smart contracts are governed by private keys, which ensures a high level of data security.In Algorand, user have full control of the money without a trusted third-party. With increased anonymity, the signup process is short and does not take much time. The data records available are more reliable as users can access the public blockchain to evaluate the transaction information. Another unique feature of Algorand’s protocol is it’s atomic transfers. This feature helps to achieve split-second transfers with negligible costs and so on. As far, when a user exchanges an asset via a decentralized exchange, the platform never holds the assets directly. Instead, smart contracts are used to enable a simultaneous wallet-to-wallet swap. In this way, there is no main point of weakness within the platform for a hacker to exploit. All of the applications, that run on Algorand, a secure and open blockchain network, which offers high security and is immutable from hacks and intrusions.
To sum up!
Overall, it may be said the main systems of our society undergo a transformation towards decentralization, there will be more demand for DeFi in the future. These new-age applications continue to disrupt the current business systems in remarkable ways. Soon, decentralized applications will set the new standard for the economy moving forward. Consequently, the global economy could receive a huge boost in participation in the coming years. We have seen, how Algorand help to make De-Fi more acceptable and adoptable in the financial sector, and provides the world with a glimpse into a more scalable, open, and decentralized and secure platform to spread out the solutions.
Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Fails Muslim's
OIC has failed to prevent war in Muslim Countries and fulfill peacekeeping duties many times throughout its history. Since the second half of the 20th century, there have been countless wars, some of them still ongoing. OIC has failed several times. The Issues of the following countries is still remained unsolved and OIC silence on war against Muslims led to killing and displacement of many people.
Kashmir dispute (1948-Now).
The ongoing confrontation in the disputed Kashmir region has become one of the greatest human rights crises in history, marked by wanton killings, rape, incarceration of leaders and activists, torture and disappearances of Kashmiris, despite several unimplemented OIC resolutions over the issue.
The mountainous region is divided between India and Pakistan, who have both claimed it in full since gaining independence from British colonists in 1947. The rebellion by several Muslims groups in India-administered Kashmir, who seek either a merger with Pakistan or independence, has gained momentum after 1989. At least 68,000 people have been killed by Indian security forces since then.
Somali civil war (1991-Now)
Since the ouster of dictator Mohamed Siad Barre by the Somali Rebellion in 1991, the decades-long civil war has raged between rival clans in the country.
Srebrenica Massacre (1995)
In 1992, Bosnia and Herzegovina declared its independence after a referendum. Following the declaration of independence, Bosnian Serbs mobilised their forces into the country with the help of the Serbian government, which led to the start of the war. Around 8,000 Muslim men and boys were killed by Bosnian Serb troops under the command of former General Ratko Mladic at Srebrenica in July 1995, the worst mass killing on European soil since World War II.
Darfur conflict in Sudan (2003-Now)
Rebels in Sudan’s western region of Darfur rose up against the government in February 2003, saying Khartoum discriminated against non-Arab farmers there.
Some 200,000 people have been killed in the conflict since then, while 4.4 million people need aid and over 2.5 million have been displaced. The International Criminal Court issued arrest warrants for Sudanese President Omar Hassan al Bashir in 2009 and 2010 on charges of war crimes and genocide in his drive to crush the Darfur revolt.
Iraq invasion (2003-2011)
More than one million Iraqis have died as a result of the conflict in their country since the US-led invasion in 2003, according to research conducted by one of Britain’s leading polling groups. The intervention and regime change sought by the US left Iraq with civil and economic instability, and vulnerable to terrorism by Daesh in the coming years.
Syrian civil war (2011-Now):
The Syrian regime launched a brutal crackdown on peaceful protesters who took to the streets in March 2011, with its leader Bashar al Assad saying he would “relentlessly fight terrorist groups”— referring to the pro-democracy protesters.
The regime released imprisoned Al Qaeda members, right after the protests turned into an uprising, who later formed the backbone of leadership in Daesh, which spread to Syria in 2014 from Iraq. Several foreign countries are involved in several conflict areas across Syria. Syria's conflict alone had, by the end of last year, pushed more than 6.3 million people out of the country, accounting for nearly one-third of the global refugee population. Another 6.2 million Syrians are internally displaced.
The Rohingya genocide is a series of ongoing persecutions by the Myanmar (formerly Burmese) government against the Muslim Rohingya people. The genocide has consisted of two phases to date: the first occurred from October 2016 to January 2017 and the second has been occurring since August 2017. Some of the worst violence is believed to have occurred in Tula Toli, in a village in Maungdaw township, where survivors say residents were rounded up on riverbanks and shot as they tried to flee. Survivors believe thousands may have died in that village alone. Myanmar launched a major military crackdown on the Muslim ethnic minority, killing almost 24,000 civilians and forcing 750,000 others, including women and children, to flee to Bangladesh, according to the Ontario International Development Agency (OIDA). mass gang rapes, killings — including of infants and young children — brutal beatings and disappearances committed by Myanmar state forces.
Yemen civil war (2014-Now)
The war in Yemen, which began in 2014, between forces loyal to the internationally-accepted government of President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi backed by Saudi Arabia and Iranian-backed Houthis has turned more violent after a Saudi-led international coalition started operations against Houthis in March 2015. The Saudi-led coalition began its intervention in Yemen in 2015, escalating the war, which left the poorest country in the Arab world in a state of disaster.
Azerbaijan - Armenia Conflicts
An attack on Azerbaijani border force positions in Tovuz is nothing more than an act of aggression against Azerbaijan. Armenia’s third-party orchestrated attempts to attack Azerbaijan is not just a threat to the regional peace and stability, but also to the Europe’s energy security.
Israeli occupation (1948-Now)
Ever since the creation of the Jewish state in 1948, Palestinians have been fighting against what a UN investigator once described as Israel’s ethnic cleansing. At least 15,000 Palestinians were killed and some 750,000 out of a total population of 1.9 million were forced to take refuge far from their homelands between 1947 and 1949. More than 7,000 Palestinians and 1,100 Israelis have died in the conflict between 2000 and 2014. Today Israel controls 85 percent of historic Palestine. It also imposes a crippling blockade on Gaza and continues its construction of illegal settlements on occupied lands.
India as a “guest of honour” at the UAE’s invitation for OIC opening Session during human rights violations in India-administered Kashmir.
In one of the meetings, the head of an Arab state suggested that India be invited to the upcoming session of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), a group of 57 Muslim countries. Pakistan has blocked India’s inclusion in OIC meetings since the organisation was formed in 1969, citing the continuing human rights violations in India-administered Kashmir. New Delhi has launched a crackdown against political activists and pro-independence leaders since a February 14 suicide attack by a local militant in Kashmir killed more than 40 Indian paramilitary troops. Kashmiris have reacted strongly to the OIC’s invitation to the Indian minister. Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Geelani said it was like “rubbing salt on our wounds.”
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