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14 Sh'aban 1443 AH - March 20 2022 Issue # 12, Newsletter #1959



How Should Muslims Decide between Russia and Ukraine?
by Kaukab Siddique, PhD

Many Muslims are touched by the tragic suffering in Ukraine.

Many other Muslims know that Ukraine is supported by the western powers and America.

The western powers implanted Israel in the Muslim homeland. America and Nato bombed and invaded

Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya and Somalia. Islamic State were wiped out by America and NATO. Any armed Islamic group was a target for America including the people of tribal areas in Pakistan.

The western powers support brutal dictators and kings in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Jordan.

Attempts are underway across Africa and Bangladesh to undermine Islam by support for homos of many varieties [lgbtq].

As a result we note Muslims even in far away Indonesia supportive of Russia\.

China is neutral till now but is committing horrific cultural genocide against the Muslims of Sinkiang.

Russia has not been against Islam in general after the fall of the Soviet Union and its failure to subjugate Afghanistan.

However Russia jumped in to save the murderous regime of Bashar Assad in Damascus which has committed mass murder and systematic torture against Muslims with the support of the Shia regime in Tehran.

The situation for the Muslim ummah seems to be at a standstill.

The tragedy of the global Muslim nations is that they do not seek guidance from the Qur'an revealed by Allah with its interpretation by Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. They pick up bits and pieces from the two sources and gradually they have become not only disunited but fragmented.

One existential source of the problem is the desire to find support from imaginary "saviors" and from world "powers." The rulers try to find linkage with America or Russia or China.



[Mass rallies by JI are being held in Gwadur and parts of Karachi after "authorities" broke their agreements]

JI staying out of conflict between Ruling Party & Politicians from the Past.
by Qaiser Sharif

LAHORE- MARCH 19: Jamaat-e-Islami Emir Sirajul Haq has said the PTI government has lost trust of the masses, adding the new elections are the way forward to end the prevailing political instability.

In a statement issued from Mansoorah on Saturday, he also condemned the threats being issued to the parliamentarians.

The politics of foul language and abuses could not be allowed in any civilized society, he said, asking the political parties to settle their issues through peaceful democratic and constitutional way.

He said the elections should be held in free and transparent manners.

Sirajul Haq said the PTI government had failed to deliver in four years and now instead of talking about performance, the prime minister and ministers were indulged into blame game which did not suit to a ruling party. He also criticized the turncoat culture, saying it had remained a practice in the country's politics for decades. The absence of ideological politics, he said, which was not allowed to promote in the country since its freedom provided basis to the lotacracy, he added. He said the PTI government was un-natural alliance and the ruling party itself was a gathering of waderas and feudal from different political parties. The failure of the PTI, he said, was written on the wall since its formed government in 2018.

He asked the opposition and the government to adopt the way of dialogue to end the crisis which otherwise posing serious threat to democracy.

He said the country needed to get rid of the status quo and an Islamic system based on equal opportunities to every citizen was the solution to the Pakistan's problems. He said the JI wanted to bring real change and it needed support of the people for it.

Deputy Chief of Jamaat-e-Islami, Secretary General Milli Yakjehti Council Liaqat Baloch has said that Islamists of Pakistan highlight their religious, national and Islamic character on the occasion of famous Islamic days, Eid, Ramadhan, Hajj, Zakat and Shab-e Barat. Submission to Allah, repentance and seeking forgiveness from Allah is a sign of the life of believers.

The rule of the Divine religion - Islam - is the unwavering passion of the people. Pakistan's security, prosperity, stability is in the constitution, supremacy of Qur'an and Sunnah and justice system. Let the people make their decision based on the principle of justice to run the country and make their own destiny.

Liaqat Baloch said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has practically lost his majority in the National Assembly. Insurgency and stampede within the party, Imran Khan's body language and mannerisms are showing that they are using every undemocratic, unconstitutional, immoral tactic in 2022 to cling to the seat of power like in 2018. The no-confidence motion has exposed the government and the opposition. The country is moving towards confrontation. The attack on Sindh House in Islamabad, abusing minority leaders is a disgusting game of riot after riot and spreading anarchy in the country. No political terrorism, extremism, but a constitutional, democratic, sustainable way has to protect democracy, the constitution, the judiciary and the people's right to vote.

Liaqat Baloch said that the sit-ins on public issues of Jamaat-e-Islami across the country have raised awareness among the people and political activists. Getting rid of the outdated, dysfunctional, anti-people system and all its parts is the way to Pakistan's dignity, sovereignty and security. Jamaat-e-Islami will carry out a blessed Islamic democratic parliamentary revolution in Pakistan with continuous struggle, service to the people and political democratic principles, clean character.

Welcoming the OIC Foreign Ministers' Conference in Islamabad, Liaqat Baloch said that the representatives of the Islamic world should declare their recognition of the Taliban government in Afghanistan. Announce economic boycott, announce legislation to thwart US, European, Jewish and Hindu tactics against Islam and Muslims around the world, announce a joint policy on defense, economics, educational, research, science and technology of the Islamic world, announce a joint strategy on the burning issues faced by Muslim Ummah around the world.

War News

 War News


Syria was largely quiet this week.
Damascus and towns in the north to Aleppo are in Assad's hands to the coast.

Irbid and parts of Latakia are Islamic, controlled by HTS and other Islamic groups.

North central areas and parts of Aleppo province are run by Syrians supporting Turkey.

Eastern Syria is under SDF and Kurdish groups.

ISIS is active in the eastern areas of three provinces.

March 20. Isis attacks in the eastern deserts killed 24 Assad troops and injured 29.

Two Russian jets carried out air strikes. No losses. Russian air strikes are down to zero.

Islamic groups hit Assad positions in southern Idlib countryside. Assad militias shelled north-west Hama countryside.

ISIS cells killed an SDF soldier in eastern Deir ez Zor. ISIS group is roaming the area playing its anthems.


March 20. Baghdad regime launched 48 hour long air strikes on 4 suspected ISIS hideouts in the Makhoul mountains of Saladin province.

ISIS has announced a new leader after the previous leader was killed aloing with his family in a US air strike.

Iran attacked the US Consulate in Erbil with missiles after it claimed thast the Consulate was Israeli. The missiles missed their target.

Uyghur Student at Cornell


[Courtesy Inside Higher ed]
China-Uyghur Conflict Comes to Cornell
A Cornell event with a member of Congress prompted a walkout by Chinese students during a discussion about Uyghurs. A Uyghur student says it was an effort to intimidate her.

By Josh Moody
March 18, 2022
Protesters in Washington, D.C., on March 4 called for divestment from Uyghur forced labor. A similar effort is playing out at some U.S. colleges.

Rizwangul NurMuhammad, a Uyghur student at Cornell University, has been vocal for years about the Chinese government's detention of her brother and the atrocities Beijing has committed against the ethnic minority in China. So when her Chinese classmates jeered and walked out of a campus event last week after she asked a U.S. congresswoman about the Uyghur genocide, NurMuhammad saw it as the long arm of Chinese government influence at play.

The incident occurred at a March 10 colloquium for the Cornell Institute of Public Affairs, where NurMuhammad is earning a master's degree in public administration. At the event, NurMuhammad shared details of her brother's story: he was detained in 2017, later declared a separatist and hasn't been heard from since.

NurMuhammad later asked the speaker—Elissa Slotkin, a Democratic congresswoman from Michigan and a Cornell graduate—about the lack of sanctions by the U.S. government as China continues its campaign of human rights violations against Uyghurs.

"There is a strong understanding in Congress that there is something terrible going on with the Uyghurs in China: the forced labor, the human rights violations, the forced indoctrination," Slotkin responded, joining the event via Zoom. "Democrats and Republicans actually agree that there are real problems going on."

The Uyghurs, a largely Muslim minority group heavily concentrated in Xinjiang Province and long oppressed by the Chinese government, have faced forced labor, involuntary sterilization and various other human rights violations.

At Slotkin's first mention of Uyghurs, dozens of students in the room stood up and walked out, according to a video reviewed by Inside Higher Ed. Off-camera, an unidentified voice can be heard saying that Chinese students are leaving.

"Almost half of the attendees walked out. When they walked out, some of us noticed that some were booing and taunting me," NurMuhammad said. "And I actually heard some of them laughing."

Now NurMuhammad is alleging intimidation, while Chinese students claim to be the targets of xenophobia. And Cornell—which has a robust population of students from China—is stuck in the middle, trying to sort out a geopolitical clash distilled on campus.

The Fallout
Slotkin showed her support for NurMuhammad, addressing the issue in a Twitter thread. Former Wisconsin governor Scott Walker, a Republican, has also signaled support. But at Cornell, NurMuhammad said, the response has been disappointing. Statements from administrators have painted Chinese students as victims and omitted her name and perspective in emailed statements, she said.
"I would have expected a better response from Cornell, but that was not the case," she said. "In the first email, they watered down the genocide to human rights violations, and then they defended the intimidating actions from Chinese students, describing it as peaceful protesting."

That email, sent on March 11, was one of several shared with Inside Higher Ed by a Cornell student. Written by Matt Hall, the director of the Cornell Institute of Public Affairs, it emphasized the importance of dialogue and tolerant conversation.

"At the same time, we must also respect that walkouts are a legitimate form of protest and an appropriate expression of disapproval," Hall wrote. "As public leaders, we have a duty to promote peaceful demonstrations, even for those that we may disagree with. We must also uphold the principles of inclusion in voicing opposition; this includes being respectful and civil toward our colleagues, and not using social media to cast them as a demographic group or in derogatory ways."

A subsequent email sent by Hall on Thursday morning—and shared by the university in lieu of a statement—acknowledged the "hurt and division" that occurred following the event.

"I want to directly speak to the uniquely vulnerable position that our colleague Rizwangul has faced," Hall wrote. "I apologize for the hurt you have experienced and regret if my previous message did not reflect a full appreciation for the complicated dynamics that impact you so personally. No [Cornell Institute for Public Affairs] student should feel unsafe or unwelcome."
But some Chinese students suggest that the reason for the walkout was more complicated.

Though the walkout began as soon as Slotkin mentioned the mistreatment of Uyghurs, that wasn't the reason students left, said William Wang, a Chinese student earning a master's degree in public administration and the president of the Cornell Public Affairs Society.

"We left today's colloquium because we felt that the atmosphere in that room was extremely hostile towards us, and we did not feel that we could participate in any meaningful discussions whatsoever," Wang said in a letter to Cornell Institute for Public Affairs leadership.

He wrote that one student noted the high percentage of Chinese students in the program and asked Slotkin "whether international students should study public policy in a democratic country rather than in their home country. As much as I tried to assume no malevolence [sic] intentions, as a Chinese international student, I felt uncomfortable being called out, not to mention the fact that the response was also revolved around 'Chinese international students' instead of the entire international student body, which has always been an integral part of Cornell community."

Wang's letter bears the signatures of dozens of Chinese students at Cornell.

In an email to Inside Higher Ed, Wang said that Slotkin's remarks made Chinese students feel unsafe and that they walked out not over the Uyghur comment but for the sake of their mental health.

"The colloquium was supposed to be a career development class that teaches us things related to leadership skills, team building, etc. Instead, we got a biased, xenophobic, sinophobic, and American-exceptionalist representative who talked extensively about how China will become the next threat to the US as the Soviet Union was decades ago," Wang said via email.

He described the walkout as "literally the most peaceful and least threatening form of protesting."

"Quite simply, the [Chinese Communist Party] does not see its control as ending at China's borders. It sees Confucius Institutes and Chinese Students and Scholars Associations (CSSAs) as proxies for controlling discourse on campus around the world, with Chinese consulates sometimes directly pressuring these groups to prevent events critical of Chinese government policies from taking place," Metz said by email, adding that universities often fear that taking China on will affect tuition revenue.

Metz said he also works to push universities "to divest from entities complicit in the genocide of Uyghurs and other human rights abuses in China." That effort is catching on with some students.

At Catholic University of America, pressure from students, who founded an Athenai Institute there, prompted the administration to audit its endowment to identify and divest from holdings related to the human rights violations against the Uyghurs, The Washington Post reported in August 2020.

Catholic University officials did not respond to a request for comment. Neither did officials at George Washington University or Georgetown University, where students have also pressured administrators to take similar actions, pushing for divestment from companies that have been known to use forced Uyghur labor. But students at GWU and Georgetown say the universities have been largely silent on the issue of divestment.

"All too often, universities have been unwilling to protect students, especially Uyghurs, Tibetans, and Chinese dissidents, who face repression," Metz said. "We believe that divestment—the systematic elimination of financial dependency on Chinese companies and proxies of the Chinese state—will reduce the incentive for universities to take the side of the oppressor and instead [help them] be moral leaders for their communities and for the country as a whole."

As NurMuhammad reflects on the issue at Cornell, she feels that the backlash to her comments extends beyond her campus and threatens the academic environment in the U.S. She also points to efforts to intimidate her on social media. NurMuhammad doesn't know if her brother—whom she hasn't heard from since his detention in 2017—is alive, but she plans to keep speaking out about his arrest and hopes that colleges stop downplaying the violence against Uyghurs. It's the kind of situation, she suggests, where there is a clear right and wrong and where there's no place for neutrality.

"There are no two sides to the genocide that is happening," NurMuhammad said.



Person to person

Catonsville, Maryland
Masjid Rahma

On March 18, a six-page Jamaat Al-Muslimeen document taken from New Trend was given to 43 Muslims after juma salat.

Juma khutba simply ignored all that is happening in the Muslim world. This masjid is notorius for its inability to say anything critical of the political issues.

Our six-page document had these items:

  1. Why is Ukraine getting such massive favorable publicity?
  2. Innocent New Muslim Samuel Baptiste given 15 years in prison
  3. 13 year old Palestinian murdered by Israel/.
  4. War in Syria continues.
  5. Pakistani monster.
  6. The cause of Assange who exposed atrocities in Iraq.

[For New Trend's outreach through facebook, see right colimn.



Forecasting the War in Ukraine.
It was Ignored.

With thanks to Dr. T in Chicago New Trend has received two important links.

Six years before the war in Ukraine, Prof. John Mearsheimer spoke in Chicago and traced in detail the limits of Russian patience and the certainty of war if the NATO powers insisted on dragging Ukraine into NATO.

The forecasting was detailed but was ignored by America and Europe.

One reason for ignoring him could be that Prof. Mearsheimer wrote his famous book The Israel Lobby in which he explained the coordinated crisscross of the Zionist power structure in America.

The second important link from Dt. T. is about the famous intellectual Aleksandr Dugin and his enunciation of the Fourth Political Theory. He is totally pro-Russia and probably influenced Putin.

What's important about Dugin is that he is anti-liberal and denounces liberalism in philosophical terms.

Liberalism is the substance of west European and American thinking and that makes Dugin very anti-American.

Strangely Dugin is pro-Islam quite openly.

Invitation to Think

 Invitation to Think

India's High Court is Going against almost all of India's Muslims on Hijab & Modesty

by Dr. Javed Jamil

Full details of today's Judgment in Karnataka High Court are not known to me but there appear to be several positions that need to be challenged in Supreme Court.

First, the position taken by the HC that Hijab is not an essential part of Islam appears to be based on the opinion of some liberal "Islamic" scholars or some "Muslim" figures in big positions who in their quest for recognition in certain quarters, tend to introduce "liberal" elements in Islamic teachings. The Court needs to be told that in India (like any other Muslim country), the overwhelming majority of the people belong to certain schools of thought and they are guided in their views by the positions taken by these schools. In India, for example, the overwhelming percentage of Muslims belongs to one of these three categories: Sunni Hanfi (Deobandi and Bareilvi) dominant in most parts of the country, Sunni Shafei dominant in Southern India and Shia. Ahle Hadith are also there in significant numbers. All these schools of thought are unanimous in their view that Hijab includes covering of Head, bosom and other parts of the body though they may differ about covering the face. The Court should have given consideration to their view rather than that of the minuscule majority. Ultimately, it is the personal ideology of the individuals who want to wear Hijab which is important.

Second, often the argument of "Hijab or Kitab" is being used as if both are opposite to each other. Why not both together? It is like saying: you can do only one or two good things and not many. There are numerable women who have achieved big educational successes in their education. In South India specifically, most of the Muslim women either wear Burqa or cover their heads. In my University in Mangalore, which is primarily a medical university, majority of Muslim girls doing MBBS, MD, MS or other allied courses wear Hijab. "Hijab or Kitab" is a slogan aimed at blackmailing Muslim girls and force them to give up their Hijab.

Third, what is to be understood is that Islamic Hijab has three parts: (1) What is prohibited (Haram or Mamnu) (2) What is Obligatory (Fardh) and (3) What is Desirable even if not obligatory (Mustahab).

See the following verse:

"And tell the believing women to lower their gaze and protect their private parts and not to show off their adornment except only that which is apparent , and to draw their veils all over Juyubihinna (i.e. their bodies, faces, necks and bosoms)." [al-Nur 24:31]

In these verses "not to show off their adornment" mainly covers the Prohibited Part and "to draw their veils all over Juyubihinna" covers the Obligatory part. While indulging in a Haram acts as well as not performing obligatory acts are sins in Islam, indulging in Haram part often invites worldly punishment as well. One may not be punished in the world for not offering prayers or fasting but one will be punished for indulging in illicit relationships or drinking alcohol.

Now see the following part"

"And as for women past childbearing who do not expect wedlock, it is no sin on them if they discard their (outer) clothing in such a way as not to show their adornment. But to refrain (i.e. not to discard their outer clothing) is better for them. And Allah is All-Hearer, All-Knower." [al-Nur 24:60]

"But to refrain (i.e. not to discard their outer clothing) is better for them" represents Desirable (Mustahab) but not an obligatory act.

Also see the following verse:

"O Prophet, enjoin your wives and your daughters and the believing women, to draw a part of their outer coverings around them. It is likelier that they will be recognised and not molested. Allah is Most Forgiving, Most Merciful.." [al-Ahzab 33:59]

There may be different views in different Islamic sects regarding the covering of face (which is obligatory near some and Desirable near others) but there are no two views regarding the covering of Head and the rest of the body.

It will be too much to expect from modern day courts that they will consider modesty and ban on all forms of nakedness as an important element in creating a safe and secure society. But in a country like India, where Secularism does not mean negation of religion but equal respect to all religions, not allowing girls students to cover their heads in the name of uniformity cannot be a good commentary on India's secular credentials. In that case, turban, kirapn, tilak and teekas should also be banned. We need to practice equality, not uniformity. Unfortunately, Indian intellectual classes are now bowing in increasing number to Western concepts of "Freedom of Choice". It has already decriminalized adultery and homosexually, and in near future marriage before 18 can also be officially banned. While marriage before that age will become illegal, sex will remain illegal, while having another wife is already illegal except in Muslims, relations outside marriage have become legal. No amount of statistics showing the hugely disastrous effects of all these practices on health and life will convince the "Modern" intellectuals that religious morality is far more health and life protective than the so-called Modern Morality.

The judgment can also adversely affect the educational level in a community, especially girl education.

What looks ominous is that the days ahead appear to be truly full of turmoil for the safety of India's brand of secularism. Muslim community is grief stricken as well as angry. They feel they are being marginalized and their sentiments ignored. While just because a community feels hurt on the slaughtering of cow, cow meat is banned for all communities, the emotional component of the girl students of a particular community, involved in following a religious duty, which they consider to be an act of modesty, and is in truth the first line of defence against molestation and other undesirable activities, is being totally ignored despite the fact that it has nothing to do with other communities.

The Supreme Court should not only stay the Karnataka High Court Order but should also provide an interim relief to the Muslim girls at least till July especially because most of the exams are conducting the coming few months and if they are not allowed, it is going to result in a loss of one academic year.

*Dr Javed Jamil is a thinker and writer with over twenty books including his latest, "A Systematic Study of the Holy Qur'ān". His other books include "Justice Imprisoned". "Economics First or Health First?", "Muslim Vision of Secular India: Destination & Road-map", "Qur'ānic Paradigms of Sciences & Society" (First Vol: Health), "Muslims Most Civilised, Yet Not Enough", "The Devil of Economic Fundamentalism", "The Killer Sex", "Islam means Peace" and "Rediscovering the Universe". His email address:

Guidance by Sis. Yasmin.

You should rush towards
virtuous deeds before you are overtaken
'Assalaamu 'Alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatuhu'.
'Goodness and Evil can Never be Equal.
Repel Evil with that which is Better and you will find that your Enemy becomes your Friend' {!}
[~Source ~ 'Qur'an'~ Surat 'Fuşşilat' - سورة فصلت ~41: A# 34]

Prophet~[Sallahu 'Alayhe Wa Sallam ] said...
'You should rush towards virtuous deeds before you are overtaken by turbulent times like a portion of a pitch dark night times in which a person may wake up believing and lose faith by nightfall...{!} or believe at nightfall and lose faith by morning, selling one's religion for a paltry, worldly profit.
[ Source~ Related by:Muslim, AtTirmidhi, Ahmad ibn Hanbal and Ibn Hibban on the authority of Abu Hurayrah®]

A Little Note ...
Let us fight Evil with Virtue {!} and Hatred with Love {!}
That is the Prophetic way...{!} {'Alhamdullilah' }
وَلْتَكُ¦ْ مِنْكُمْ أُمَّةٌ يَدْعُون¤ إِلَى الْخَيْر¦ وَيَأْمُ›ُونَ بِالْمَع¨رُوفِ وَيَنْهَ¨ْنَ عَنِ الْمُنْك¤رِ ۚ وَأُولَٰšِكَ هُمُ
' Let there arise amongst you a band of people inviting to all that is good and right, and forbidding the wrong, such are the successful ones.'
{ Source ~ Qur'an ~ Surat Ali 'Imran 3 ~ A # 104}
 Sis Yasmin
~My 'Salaams' to all~
...Y a s m i n...
*Never Despair Of The Mercy Of Allah*

Hadith of the Week

Narrated by Yusair bin'Amr, r.a.:
I asked Sahl bin Hunaif,
"Did you hear the Prophet saying anything about Al-Khawarij?"
He said, "I heard him saying while pointing his hand towards Iraq. "There will appear in it (i.e, Iraq) some people who will recite the Quran but it will not go beyond their throats, and they will go out from (leave) Islam as an arrow darts through the game's body.' ":

Bukhari, Volume 9,
Book 84, Number 68
 Sis Kristi

[With thanks to Sis. Kristi]


March 19

Br. Hussain Khan passed away in Tokyo.
He was translating the Qu'ran into Japanese and had completed some of it.

His efforts were noted in New Trend. .

He was from Bihar and had migrated to East Pakistan. He worked for Jamaate Islami in Chittagong and taught Islam to numerous people.

From Chittagong he migrated to Japan where he gave the message of Islam for several decades.

He was 89 when he passed away.

[Info of his passing came from Prof. Salim Mansur Khalid.]


[Two items from Middle East Monitor, March 19.]

Rachel Corrie: Symbol of Palestinian Resistance.

The Israeli murder of US peace activist Rachel Corrie was marked on 16 March, 2022, the 19th anniversary of her death. Along with eight others, Corrie acted as a human shield to prevent Israeli bulldozers from demolishing Palestinian homes in Gaza.

Corrie was born on 10 April, 1979, in Olympia, Washington. She dedicated her life to human rights, primarily defending Palestinian rights.

In 2003, she engaged with members of the International Solidarity Movement, a pro-Palestinian NGO, to protest the Israeli demolition of Palestinian homes in the southern Gaza city of Rafah.

On 16 March, she stood in front of an Israeli bulldozer, staging a peaceful protest to protect the home of a Palestinian family from demolition.

She held a loudspeaker in her hand and called on the driver of the Israeli bulldozer to refrain from demolishing the Palestinian home, but he continued, crushing her to death.

Palestinians received news of her murder with grief and horror, calling her a "martyr". Since then, Palestinians have organised an annual sports championship to mark the Israeli murder of Corrie.

A massive mural of Corrie was painted on a wall nearby where she was murdered.

Israeli Raids on Preachers inside Prisons.

Palestinian prisoners at the Israeli Al-Naqab prison are angry with the Israel Prison Service after preachers were put into solitary confinement, the Palestinian Prisoners Club (PPC) reported on Friday.

The preachers were put into solitary confinement after delivering Friday speeches during which they spoke about the planned hunger strike slated for 25 March.

The Israel Prison Service requested assistance from the Israeli Special Forces to crack down on the prisoners, who banged on their cell doors in protest, chanting "Allahu Akbar".

According to the PPC, since Thursday, Al-Naqab Prison has witnessed tension that started when the Israeli forces raided two cells and attacked prisoners.

The PPC said that the prisoners are preparing for a hunger strike on 25 March to protest the new restrictions imposed by the Israel Prison Service.

 Remember Prisoners

Political Prisoners need your Support
Please write to them words of solace and kindness.

Br. Samuel Baptiste

Sis. Aafia Siddiqui

Imam Jamil al-Amin

Br. Zayed Yaghi

and others

Ask Jamaat al-Muslimeen for addresses.

Political Prisoners :

Civil Discord Show

 Social Media

Through facebook, the March 13 issue of New Trend reached 68,914 Muslims including 4080 women Of these
5000 reached Indonesia.
5000 reached South Africa.
10,000 in Turkey

These were the main items:
  1. Misinformation about Russia and Ukraine.
  2. Why did the Prophet, pbuh, use Miswak?
  3. Saudi Arabia: 81 executed in one day. Saudi crimes against humanity.
  4. China destroying Muslim history in Sinkiang.
  5. Georgetown University students oppose trips to Israel.
  6. Pakistan: Huge rally by Islamic women in Lahore.
  7. Syria IS ambushed Assad troops.
  8. Maulana Maudoodi's wisdom.


 Think About It

Propaganda Movie Being Used to Incite Genocide Against Muslims.

India's Prime Minister Modi is supporting a movie called Kashmir Files.

It's being viewed in theatres across India and the audiences come out chanting hate-filled slogans against Muslims. Direct calls and slogans are being shouted for the mass murder of Muslims.

India has been getting a bad name for its brutal occupation of Kashmir . This movie is trying to reverse the narrative.

Movie going is low priced in India and is a national pastime.


Mali has suspended French broadcasts and TV.
Northern Mali is in al-Qaida control.
Russian Wagner miitary group has entered Mali.

Islamic State raiders killed 13 police officers on the border of Burkina Faso. There are clashes between jihad groups and regime supporters.

Niger wants peace talks with jihad groups. IS controls parts of Niger.

Internal conflict within Ethiopia continues but details are lacking.

Islamic militias are clashing with Uganda regime troops following pro-Jihad groups captured the Uganda border with Democratic republic.

2022-03-21 Mon 10:49:31 ct