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Tariq Bin Zayad

Originally posted on Dawood Nabi :
(Extracted from The Hundrend Great Muslims). By: Dawood Nabi. After landing on the coastal strip overlooking the rock which was later named as ‘Jabal-ul-Tariq’ (Gibraltar), its conqueror Tariq Bin Zayid, ordered the burning of the…

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HE IS OUR LEADER

Dawood Nabi I believe in action not in reaction. But the reaction to Syed Ali Geelani’s recent interview to Rising Kashmir is prompting me up to write few lines. This is a letter that is prompted by recent “response drama” … Continue reading

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Dr Ayoub Thakur

Thakur challenged the Kashmir’s accession to India. He strongely opposed the Indra-Abdullah accord in 1975.

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A letter to Agha Shahid

Originally posted on naveedbhat1's Blog:
The painful roars Of enslaved city rocking my cradle of youth And your grave Shahid, deny the entry to the garden of proof. Ransacked touring hordes Of lies untold she speaks frequently of to…

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~ “What is Snow for you?” ~

Originally posted on My Silent Muse:
Standing close to the window pane, She cleared openings over vapory glass. Watching hordes of white bird feathers, Scattering over earth in invading snow. Looking towards a heavy bosomed sky in silent sighs, She…

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Tariq Bin Zayad

(Extracted from The Hundrend Great Muslims). By: Dawood Nabi. After landing on the coastal strip overlooking the rock which was later named as ‘Jabal-ul-Tariq’ (Gibraltar), its conqueror Tariq Bin Zayid, ordered the burning of the ships that had brought his … Continue reading

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MUHAMMAD SUBHAN HAJAM: A Detailed Profile.

“Is there not among you a single right- minded man?” (AI-Qur’an 11:78) Muhammad Subhan Hajam showed that there was no dearth of right-minded men in Kashmir those days, when a major portion of the state’s revenues came from prostitution. A … Continue reading

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