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Relevance of OIC in Global Political Scenario and its Role in Promoting Interests of the Muslim World (PMS-2017)

Relevance of OIC in Global Political Scenario and its Role in Promoting Interests of the Muslim World (PMS-2017)

1. Introduction 2. History and structure of OIC a. Creation of OIC b. Major objectives c. Organizational structure 3. Relevance of OIC in present global scenario a. Successful role of many organizations e.g. ASEAN, SCO, NATO. b. Unresolved political issues of Muslim states c. Ongoing war on terror in Muslim countries d. Abysmal economic and social conditions in Muslim states …

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The Dilemma of Muslim Unity

The Dilemma of Muslim Unity

United we stand, divided we fall When US President Donald Trump announced his disruptive policy decision to shift American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, the divided Muslim world awoke from its deep slumber and issued its disapproval, albeit faint, of the decision. Since the creation of Organisation of Islamic Conference (now Organisation of Islamic Cooperation) in 1969, the Muslim …

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ISLAMIC FINANCE Opportunities and Challenges

ISLAMIC FINANCE Opportunities and Challenges

One of the most prominent aspects of Islam is that it attempts to moralize every walk of life. All social institutions (religious, political, economic, educational, recreational and legal) are structured in such a way that the enabling societal conditions are provided where an individual’s as well as a society’s collective advancement is ensured within strong moral precepts. The same is …

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Palestinians Betrayed Again!

Palestinians Betrayed Again!

Muslim world needs dynamic leadership  Since the start of the illegitimate occupation of Palestinian lands after the (in)famous Balfour Declaration, and especially after subsequent Arab-Israel conflicts; as in 1948 Zionist forces captured West Jerusalem, then the West Bank, Gaza Strip and Golan Heights in 1967 and also forcibly annexed the East Jerusalem, international community has been condemning Israeli moves to consolidate …

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Palestine and peace

Palestine and peace

THE Trump decision to move the US embassy in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem confirms the obvious. The US has no respect for international law, UN resolutions or international agreements. It has zero credibility as an honest broker anywhere. Its credibility is its power not its leadership. The clash of civilisations may have been intellectually debunked, but it is alive and …

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Questioning Arab loyalty

Questioning Arab loyalty

What are the implications of Trump’s decision to shift the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, on the Arab-Muslim World? After the December 7 decision of US President Donald Trump to shift the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, the disputed capital of Israel, one can perhaps ask if the worst has happened. Since the US Congress decided …

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Gender Equality

Gender Equality

Immensely Important for a Developed Pakistan 1. Introduction 2. Gender equality and its ingredients Definition Ingredients of gender equality 3. An overview of the situation of gender equality at global level Situation in developed countries Situation in underdeveloped countries References from difference reports 4. Situation of gender equality in Pakistan Situation in urban areas Situation if rural areas Situation in …

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Science in the Muslim World

Science in the Muslim World

By: Naseem Khan How Ummah can reclaim its lost glory  By any index, the Muslim world produces a disproportionately small amount of scientific output, and much of it relatively low in quality. It is an undeniable fact that 1.6 billion Muslims contribute a smaller share to the world’s knowledge. This global community – forming the majority population of 57 countries …

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The Unending Plight of the ROHINGYA, Is there any solace for the world’s most  persecuted minority?

The Unending Plight of the ROHINGYA, Is there any solace for the world's most  persecuted minority?

“The grievances and unresolved plight of the Rohingya have festered for far too long and are becoming an undeniable factor in regional destabilization … The authorities in Myanmar must take determined action to put an end to this vicious cycle of violence and to provide security and assistance to all those in need.” António Guterres  Secretary General of the United Nations …

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70 Years of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy, A critical appraisal

70 Years of Pakistan's Foreign Policy, A critical appraisal

The discipline of international relations treats the application of diplomacy designed to attain core foreign policy objectives as an important source of national power. Since 1947, all the successive governments in Pakistan have adopted different approaches in this realm, with a view to pursue the country’s economic and security objectives. Due to the chronic leadership crisis, most of the political …

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