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12 Rajab 1443 AH - February 5 2023 Issue # 6, Newsletter #2005


Extraordinary Focus on Kashmir. Stop India.
by Qaiser Sharif

Islamabad: February 03: Jamaat-e-Islami Emir Sirajul Haq discussed the Kashmir issue with diplomats of different countries at a seminar here on Friday.

Titled "Kashmir: knocking at world's conscience", the seminar was organized by the JI foreign affairs department and attended by the diplomats of Norway, Malaysia, Turkmenistan, Germany, Kirgizstan, Afghanistan, Russia, Azerbaijan and Iran.

The sitting was held in continuation of the JI efforts to raise at international level the human rights abuses by Indian forces in the occupied area. The JI emir also hosted a reception in honor of the Kashmiri leadership at Mansoorah a couple of days ago where he vowed that the JI would continue moral support to the Kashmiri brethren in their struggle for freedom from Indian yoke. He also appealed to the nation to mark the Kashmir Solidarity Day on February 5 with zeal and commitment.

Talking to the diplomats, he said Kashmir was a flashpoint for nuclear war and the settlement of dispute was necessary to establish peace in the region. He said the Kashmir issue must be settled according to the wishes of the Kashmiri people and the UN resolutions which granted them right to self-determination.

He said the peace in central Asia could not be achieved without settlement of the Kashmir issue. He said the people of Occupied Kashmir had long been struggling against Indian illegal occupation. He said Indian government violated the mutual agreements between Pakistan and India and international laws by abrogating the special status of Kashmir state.

Now, he added, New Delhi was bent upon changing the demography of the occupied valley. He said the world must take notice of it and put pressure on India to recognize the right to self-determination of the people of Kashmir.

He appealed to the diplomats to convey the message to their concerned countries as it was their moral duty to raise voice for humanity in trouble. He said Indian had turned the valley into largest prison of the world. He said the JI would continue its efforts to knock on the conscience of the world on Kashmir issue.

Ilhan Omar Apologized again and again but .... 2000 Rabbis.
Many Muslims think they can be friends with these people and they dont realize, they all support Israel.

A group representing more than 2,000 rabbis are affirming their support for keeping Representative Ilhan Omar off the Foreign Affairs Committee as a 'step' toward snuffing out antisemitic speech in the US.

In a letter to Speaker Kevin McCarthy and Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries of New York, the rabbis wrote requesting the House 'follow through' on Republicans' pledge to remove the Minnesota Democrat from the committee on which she currently serves.
[Daily Mail]

Political Prisoners :

Civil Discord Show

Grand Betrayal & Treachery.
Sudan Betraying its people, Hooks up with "Israel"

Africa's third largest nation has brought untold shame upon itself with its partnership with Apartheid Israel. It makes one wonder if the decades long efforts by the West to destabilize and divide Muslim Sudan had this as end game.
--Nadrat Siddique

KHARTOUM, Feb 2 (Reuters) - Israel and Sudan have finalised a deal to normalise relations, with a signing ceremony expected following a transfer of power from the military to a civilian government in Khartoum, the Israeli foreign ministry said on Thursday.

Sudan's foreign ministry earlier said the deal was agreed during a visit by Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen to "move forward towards normalising relations between the two countries/

After generations of non-recognition, Sudan pledged to take steps towards diplomatic ties with Israel as part of a 2020 deal brokered by then-U.S. President Donald Trump's administration, alongside normalisation deals between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Morocco known as the "Abraham Accords"

Cohen's visit to Khartoum was the first by an Israeli official acknowledged by Sudanese authorities, though there had been a series of exchanges by officials in recent years.

"During the visit, which was made with the consent of the United States, the parties finalised the text of the agreement," an Israeli foreign ministry statement said.

"The signing ceremony is expected to take place after the transfer of power in Sudan to a civilian government that will be established as part of the ongoing transition process in the country," it said.

"We definitely look forward to signing the agreement and then to having diplomatic representatives both in Israel and in Sudan," Lior Haiat, spokesperson for the foreign ministry who took part in the delegation.

Cohen and Sudan's ruling Sovereign Council chief, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, discussed deepening cooperation in security and military matters as well as agriculture, energy, health, water and education, Burhan's office said.

Sudan's military, which has been in charge of the country since an October 2021 coup but says it intends to hand over power to a civilian government following ongoing talks, is seen as having led the move towards establishing relations with Israel.

Civilian groups have been more reluctant and have previously said any deal must be ratified by a transitional parliament that has yet to be formed.

According to state news agency SUNA, Burhan's deputy, General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, said he had no knowledge of the visit and did not meet the delegation.

In January 2021 Sudan said its then-justice minister Nasredeen Abdulbari had signed the Abraham Accords during a visit by U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

As intelligence minister that same year, Cohen made a ground-breaking visit.
to Sudan, a majority Muslim country.

Cohen said after returning to Israel later on Thursday that Khartoum was long remembered by Israelis as the city where the Arab League in 1967 proclaimed its "Three No's" resolution on Israel - no recognition, no peace and no negotiations.

"We are (now) building a new reality with the Sudanese, in which the 'Three No's' will become the 'Three Yeses'," he said. "Yes to negotiations between Israel and Sudan, yes to recognition of Israel and yes to peace between the states and people.

Reporting by Khalid Abdelaziz, Dan Williams, and Emily Rose; Writing by Aidan Lewis and Nafisa Eltahir; Editing by Mark Heinrich and Rosalba O'Brie

 War News

War News [We report the war news without taking sides.]


Feb 5.
Four days of offensive
movement against Assad forces by Islamic group Hayyat Tahrir. 25 Assad troops and 6 Islamic killed. [Irbid borders.]

Also clashes in Lattakia province,

ISIS attacks near Palmyra.

US forces by air and land pushing Iranians to re-locate in two provinces.

Attacks in Deraa against Assad forces,


By Abdulkabir Oyemomi

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) under the leadership of Godswin Emefiele has subjected Nigerians to untoward hardship in connection with the monetary policy of introducing new Naira notes. Old notes of #1,000; #500; and #200 shall cease to be legal tender in Nigeria after the 10th of January this year.

Godswin Emefuele , the current CBN Governor and the architect of new naira notes redesign ,had done what many considered unthinkable when he enrolled last year to join the presidential race after he had secretly registered as a member of the ruling All Progressive Congress, the APC and went on to file suit in court to compel the electoral commission to accept his presidential bid. He, however, had to bow out when the Federal High Court refused to shield him from being disqualified to contest as a presidential candidate of any political party.

The presidential candidate of the APC,Bola Tinubu in a veiled reference to the monetary policy condemned the scarcity of the new bank notes ,alleging that it was a ploy to scuttle his chances of winning the election. In the same vein, Gov Abdullah Ganduje is reported to have accused Emefiele of punishing Nigerians for his failed presidential bid.

President Muhammadu Buhari has been joined by affected Nigerians on accusation of lack of human feelings because he permitted the policy without creating a means of cushioning its effect. Some party loyalists within the ruling APC believe the President's body languages does not wholeheartedly support the candidature of Bola Tinubu.

That the policy of naira redesign coincides with serious scarcity of Premium Motor Spirit(PMS) across the country has almost rendered the administration of Muhammadu Buhari a failed one because as of Saturday, February 4, 2023 when this report is being compiled there are either already staged riots in the main cities of Ibadan or Abuja or a planned one for Lagos or other eastern parts of the country.

The country is very volatile at the moment as it is known to everyone following our history that no riots in this part of the world comes and goes without vandalization and its associated criminalities.

Guidance from Sis. Yasmin
'Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim'.

'Assalaamualaykum Wa Rahmatuallahi Wa Barakatahu'.

*Laughter and Tears*

On the authority of Ja'far ibn Burqaan who said....
~Salman al-Farisi ~ (RadiAllahu 'Anhu) used to say...

Three {3} things make me Laugh and
Three {3} things make me Cry !

  1. /~ I Laugh at the one who is
    hopeful of the world,
    yet Death seeks him {!}

  2. /~ The one who is neglectful
    of his LORD while he is not neglected
    by HIM {!}

  3. /~ The one who Laughs at the top of his voice,while he does not know whether he is Pleasing his LORD or displeasing HIM{!}

Three {3} things make me Cry...

  1. /~ Parting from our beloved Muhammad
    (Sal Allahu 'Alayhi Wasallam)
    and his Companions .

  2. /~ The Terror of the onset of the
    pangs of Death !

  3. /~ The standing in front of the Lord of the worlds while not knowing whether I will be turned towards the Fire or Paradise {!}

{Source: Salman al-Farisi (RadiAllaahu 'Anhu) }

Abdullaah Ibn Al-Mubarak (R) said...

'The First Step Towards Seeking Knowledge
is ...?
The Sincerity Of Intention,
Then It Is Listening...
Then It Is Understanding This Knowledge,
Then It Is Memorizing This Knowledge,
Then It Is Acting Upon This Knowledge,
Then It Is Spreading This Knowledge'.

...My 'Salaams' to all...

Y a s m i n.

"All that is on earth will Perish. But will abide {Forever}
the Face of thy Lord, full of Majesty, Bounty and Honor"
{'Qur`an'- Surah Al-Rahman-55.26-27 }

'Wasting time is Worse than Death!
Because Death Separates you from this World
Whereas wasting Time Separates you from Allah'.
Ibn Qayimm Al-Jawziyyah.(R)

I Want to Die With my Forehead on the Ground!
The Sunnah in my Heart, Allah on my Mind,
Qur'an on my Tongue, and Tears in my Eyes!

 Dr Kaukab Siddique

by Kaukab Siddique, Ph.D

Why are the claims in favor of the holocaust not valid?

I am not an expert in holocaust studies but scholarly research proves that it is a scam and aimed at creating a support base for Israel. Muslims have suffered much more. Imperialism and Zionism, slavery in America and the extinction of Native American tribes were much worse.

Everyone suffered in the Second World war. It was a terrible war, Entire German cities were incinerated be it Dresden or Hamburg or in our own times Mosul, al-Raqqa and eastern Aleppo and all the towns near Damascus.

The following questions are not answered by Israel. Some leaders of scholarship were arrested by the supporters of the Israeli story,

Any bodies recovered? No!

Any documents, orders, speeches found? No

Any graves found? No

Any remains of graves? No

Did any top level or lower level Nazis claim that they knew about the holocaust before they were tortured or terrorized into confession? No

Did anyone or could anyone count six million or one million names of victims? No

So what is the source for the claims of the holocaust?

Control of the media by the victors of the second world war.

New York

At our Mosques, the Problem is Sexism, not Racism.

by Sis. Aisha
[Jamaat al-Muslimeen]

Interesting observation about the masjids of America and the segregated demographics. I think that they are always welcoming to anyone who is Muslim and wants to pray there.
White churches made it a point to bar nonwhites from their churches. Some ministers still refuse to marry interracial couples!

I find, particularly at the masjids with large immigrant populations, that sexism is a more glaring issue.

Many of the immigrant population still believe the hadith misinterpretations that women do not need to go to Jummah or be in a masjid at all. So the areas where the sisters pray are either tiny and not well-kept or don't exist!

That's been my experience as a female but, I have noticed the demographics. I attributed it to the area populations.
I am extremely disappointed when a new makeshift masjid pops up in Harlem, which has a growing African Muslim population, and I see nothing but men going in for prayer.

They don't call themselves masjids but, they have prayer times posted outside the door. They look like makeshift holes in the walls where cab drivers and businessmen run in to pray and then run back out to go back to work. At this particular one, I never see any women.

A lot of these populations ritualize Islam, too. I can tell by their lack of etiquette toward Muslim sisters and basic lack of understanding about how to engage with other Muslims. They think that the only thing that makes them Muslim is their name, a no-pork diet, and making salat.

In New York City immigrant Muslims have become accustomed to the New York Minute and they are always in a rush. I am not sure if it is Islamic, since the Qur'an says that Jummah is during the sacred hour on Friday, but the Islamic Center of NY offers a 30-minute Jummah. I attend sometimes. It used to be two 30-minute sessions in one hour but now it is just one.

This allows area Muslims to fulfill their Jummah obligation and still have a half hour for lunch.

Very convenient.

Heavily Armed Israeli Jewish Troops Assault Refugee Camp.

Six Palestinians were injured during an exchange of gunfire as Israel troops raided a camp near the city of Jericho in the occupied West Bank on Saturday.

The Israeli army said it entered the Aqabat Jabr refugee camp south-west of Jericho to search for suspects involved in a shooting last week at a nearby Israeli settlement.
An army bulldozer knocked down a home where some of the suspects were believed to be hiding, forcing the occupants out.

Protesters threw rocks and Molotov cocktails at the military jeeps as they rumbled down the streets in the camp, while some gunmen opened fire. The Israeli military fired back, wounding six people, the Palestinian Health Ministry said.

It said two of the people shot suffered serious injuries but neither was in critical condition.

The raid came a day after the UN's human rights chief expressed concerns that steps taken by the new Israeli government, the most far-right in the country's history, could fuel further breaches of human rights and humanitarian law in the wake of a recent spike in bloodshed in the region.

We Stand with Uighur Chinese Muslims

Canada's parliament on Wednesday unanimously passed a motion to take in 10,000 Uyghur refugees who fled China but are now facing pressure to return.

The move builds on a February 2021 move by Canadian lawmakers to label Beijing's treatment of Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims in its northwestern Xinjiang territory as genocide.

Rights groups believe at least one million Uyghurs and other mostly Muslim minorities have been incarcerated in internment camps in the region, where China is also accused of forcibly sterilising women and imposing forced labor.

Tens of thousands have fled.
And according to backbench MP Sameer Zuberi, who sponsored the motion, at least 1,600 have been detained in other countries at China's behest or forcibly repatriated.

At a news conference Zuberi noted that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet voted in support of the motion, signaling the government's "intent to make this happen" even though it is nonbinding.

2023-02-06 Mon 13:00:11 GMT/UTC/Zulu