Thursday, February 25, 2010


Kashmir is an important valley situated on the northern border of India. It is a very attractive and beautiful valley. The problem of Kashmir has not been solved since 1947. The Kashmiris want to join Pakistan but India has kept them under her control through military power. Many efforts have been made by the freedom fighters to liberate Kashmir from the domination of India. The U.N.O. adopted many resolutions to give the people of Kashmir the right of self-determination. But India did not fulfil the promise she had with the world powers. Kashmir problem if unsloved may create the following problems.

  • It may cause neclear war between the two countries.
  • People of both the countries will continue to lead the life of misery, hadship and sufferings.
  • The world powers will continue to exploit both the countries; and go on selling their expensive weapons to them.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010


The most sacred name in the world is Muhammad (P.B.U.H).
Coca-Cola was originally green.
The strongest muscle in the body is the tongue.
Women blink nearly twice as much as men.
You can't kill yourself by holding your breath.
It is impossible to lick your elbow.
It is impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.


The Holy Prophet (S.A.W) showed the right path to the ignorant people of the world. he is, indeed, a great benefactor and saviour of mankind. He is the law giver. He is the living example of self denial. He is the mesenger of Allah. He had to fight many battles against the enemies of Islam. It was all for the glory of Islam. He forgave his worst enemies at the conquest of Makkah. Long Live Islam.

Monday, February 15, 2010


Our Holy Prophet (Pease Be Upon Him) was born in the month of Rabi-ul-Awal in 571 A.D. at Makkah. His father's name was Hazrat Abdullah and his mother's name was Hazrat Amina. He was a posthumous. His uncle Abu Talib brought him up. His grandfather was the chief of his tribe Banu Hashim.
When he was six years old his mother also died at Abwa. His grandfather Abdul Muttalib brought him up till he was eight. His grandfather breathed his last soon.