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Abdur Razzaq received his Master degree in Journalism and Mass Communication in 2009 at Hazara University, Manshera, Pakistan. He works at the Center for Research and Security Studies (CRSS) in Pakistan and contributes to English printed media and Pakistani radio channels. He is also a member of the National Council of Environmental Journalists (www.ncejpak.org) and writes about environmental issues from Peshawar

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Fasting

Muslims Patients Enjoying Ramadan

Religious scholars and health experts urge Muslims suffering from chronic or mild diseases to consult their physician and to undertake thorough checkups before fasting. Patients in critical condition are told not to fast at all.

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Afghan Inventor Designs Mine Detonator

Afghan Inventor Designs Mine Detonator

Afghan inventor Massoud Hassani has designed a wind-powered ball for clearing minefields. Now in the Netherlands, Hassani grew up in Afghanistan, where he and his brother often made their own wind-powered toys. The detonator, called Mine Kafon, is designed in the shape of a ball, made of an iron casing core surrounded by dozens of …

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Muslim Countries Excel in Synthetic Biology Competition

Three teams from Turkey and Pakistan won gold and bronze medals at the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) world championship held in Boston, US on 30 October 2016. The iGEM is an annual, international student competition in synthetic biology. Two teams from Turkey’s METU-HS-Ankara High School received gold medals and were nominated for the best …

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Euthanasia in the Eyes of Islam

Euthanasia, assisted suicide, and assisted dying have gained varying levels of legal status in some US states, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg and Colombia. Euthanasia may involve a doctor giving a patient a lethal injection in order to relieve suffering. while assisted suicide is a broader term generally indicating that help was given to someone …

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