The Rohingya Muslims+Indian Supreme Court Judgement

Jawed Anwar

The Rohingya Muslims: The Victims of Pure State-Terrorism            

"The population of the Rohingya Muslims is being continuously annihilated as per a blue print of ethnic cleansing."

Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal

The pure evil of state-terrorism

Double standard has become the most established norm in world politics; one rule for the Muslims and another rule for the non-Muslims is now visible everywhere. If a terrorist attack takes place in a western city by a Muslim, the western governments, the European Union, the media outfits, even the UN Security Council, spare no time to condemn it. The US President Donald Trump quickly grabs it as an opportunity to express anger and hatred against Islam. Such condemnation by the western leaders is very selective -only to promote their anti-Muslim bias and animosity. Because of such hateful mind-set, any act of terrorism even by a lone Muslim bomber –without any involvement of any Muslim state or institution, is labelled as Islamic terrorism. Thus, Islam –the religion of 1.6 billion Muslims gets vilified. But such condemnation doesn’t happen if the Muslims become the target of non-Muslim terrorists. MORE

Indian Supreme Court Judgement: Another Nail in the Coffin of the Marriage Institution


Dr. Javed Jamil

IN another “remarkable” judgment, the Supreme Court on October 11, held that sexual intercourse by a man with his wife, who is below 18 years of age, is rape.

A girl child below the age of 18 cannot be treated as a commodity having no say over her body or someone who has no right to deny sexual intercourse to her husband, the Supreme Court held.

“Human rights of a girl child are very much alive and kicking whether she is married or not and deserve recognition and acceptance,” a Bench of Justices Madan B. Lokur and Deepak Gupta observed.

The Court has ruled that it amounts to rape even if it is with consent. The Judgment is in line with the modern ideologies that have taken every possible step to weaken the institution of marriage. I will like to quote here from my coming book, “Economics First or Health First?”: MORE