Monthly Archives: October 2011

Iż-żgħażagħ tal-lum huma l-mexxejja ta’ għada│Laiq Ahmed Atif

Source: It-Torċa: Il-Ħadd, 30 ta’ Ottubru, 2011│Laiq Ahmed Atif Kull soċjetà hija magħmula minn nies ta’ klassi, valuri u età differenti; u kulħadd għandu r-rwol importanti, essenzjali u kruċjali fis-soċjetà tal-lum u tal-futur. U dan huwa dmir ta’ kull membru … Continue reading

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Malta’s role should be written in Gold│Laiq Ahmed Atif

Source/Credit: The Times: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 The death of Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi has closed a chapter of four decades’ rule and opened a new chapter of freedom and democracy. The new beginning has started and now the Libyan … Continue reading

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Apostasy and UN Declaration of Human Rights

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a document to help and support mankind. And all those countries who have signed this declaration are duty-bound, morally and legally, to abide to all articles, clauses and regulations stipulated in this declaration. … Continue reading

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Respect and Dignity for the Dead – Islamic Perspective

(By: Laiq Ahmed Atif) “Relate of your dead only that which is good, and refrain from speaking ill of them.” (Holy Prophet Muhammad, sa) Death is an integral part of life and death is as real as life. Nothing is … Continue reading

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Blasphemy and the Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw)

(By: Laiq Ahmed Atif, President Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, Malta) The issue of blasphemy is a hot issue that remains in news particularly in Pakistan. In 2010, a Christian woman Asia Bibi, who was charged with blasphemy in Pakistan, made the … Continue reading

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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Article 1: All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. Article 2: Everyone is entitled to all the rights … Continue reading

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