Pakistan is giving shelter to the highest number of refugees

Pakistan is giving shelter to the highest number of refugees

Pakistan is the number one country in the world that is giving shelter and hostage to the refugees.  According to the worldwide figure of refugees has crossed 50 million among recent disaster in middle east, Pakistan still happens to be the country hosting highest number of refugees among other world.

According to United Nations’ list of top ten countries with most number of refugees first five are Muslim majority countries Pakistan, Iran, Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey.

Pakistan, on the top of list, is hosting over 1.6 million registered refugees from war torn Afghanistan while some officials claim the country has been hosting around 4 million Afghan nationals since Afghanistan-USSR conflict in 1980s.

It is also pertinent to be mentioned here that developed countries like China and United States have been listed in the bottom of list at number nine and ten. None of the developed European countries could make it to top ten host countries.

Final Of Masroor Cricket League will be played today at 3; 00 pm

Final Of Masroor Cricket League will be played today at 3; 00 pm

Final Of Masroor Cricket League will be played today at 3; 00 pm

Final Of Masroor Cricket League

Rabwah,s biggest cricket league ever The Masroor Cricket League is about to finish and the final of the contest will be played today at 3;00 pm. Final of the competition will be played between Team Nasir and Team Masroor. Both teams won their quarter finals and semi finals match successfully and now will fight for the title today.

Computer Section Sadar Anjuman Ahmadiyya Rabwah Requires Networks and Software Engineers

Computer Section Sadar Anjuman Ahmadiyya Rabwah Pakistan needs employees having skills in software engineering and networking engineering. 1 Network Engineers; BS\MS in Computer science 2 Software Engineers; BS\MS in computer science

Computer Section

Computer Section Sadar Anjuman Ahmadiyya Rabwah Pakistan needs employees having skills in software engineering and networking engineering.

1 Network Engineers; BS\MS in Computer science

2 Software Engineers; BS\MS in computer science

Interested people can submit the application with the certification of Sadar Muhalah. For more details visit wwwfeedback@saap.org

 

ISIS allied group connected to the murder of Ahmadi in Kyrgyzstan

ISIS allied group responsible the murder of Ahmadi in Kyrgyzstan

ISIS allied group connected to the murder of Ahmadi in Kyrgyzstan

ISIS allied group

Ahmadi Muslim Yunusjan Abdujalilov was murdered December 2015 in front of his home in the village of Kashkar Kyshtak in Osh Region of Kyrgyzstan. Police arrested six members of the Kyrgz branch of Jama’at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad, a religious extremist movement affiliated with ISIS in Syria.

On the night of 22nd December 2015 unknown assailants shot Yunusjan while he was talking to his neighbor outside his house, He died from his injuries on way to Nariman district hospital. Yunusjan had converted to Islam Ahmadiyya in 2007 and had 3 daughters and 1 son. At the time of his death his youngest child was only 3 months old. On Tuesday 25th December 2015 Police detained a group of six people, two of whom are citizens of Uzbekistan, and four – Kyrgyz. The attackers revealed to the Police that they killed the former teacher on the orders of their “Emir” of Syria. The Emir Sirozhidin Mukhtarov (nickname Abu Saloh) was a former deputy Imam of the village but around a year ago left Kyrgyzstan to join the fight in Syria. The attackers further said that that the Emir’s hostility towards Yunusjan was due to his affiliation with the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.

According to police, Denis Parpiev a resident of the Osh region confessed to the murder of 37-year-old resident of Kara-Suu. During an interview to one of the tv channels, Parpiev confessed to committing the crime.

“We wanted only to frighten him, but then I received an order that it should be eliminated. I could not refuse.”- he said. He also confessed that on 18 September 2015, with other accomplices, he attacked another Ahmadi in the same village, Ulugbek Turdakhunov. “He survived but was severely beaten with iron rods and stabbed with a knife several times,” Ahmadis stated. His legs were broken.

The brother of the murdered Usupzhon Abduzhadilov said that his brother Yunusjan was very vocal against extremist and terrorist organizations.

Describing the night of the murder he said:

” That night I heard a loud bang, But I thought it was the children playing with firecrackers. When the shooting happened my brother was with a neighbor. But he managed to escape from the attackers. Now he is a witness in the case “

Another Ahmadi who did not want to be identified said:

“We are constantly receiving threats, but we try not to react aggressively. Earlier even some mosques have discussed the possibility of killing members of the Ahmadiyya community “,

According to some reports there are 100 members of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in the village Kashkar-Kyshtak and around a thousand in Kyrgyzstan. “Children will ask where is their father. What will I tell them. He just recently had a baby boy. We now do not even know what to do next, “- she said.

The Ahmadiyya movement movement is disliked by the local Wahabis and Salafis who consider its followers heretics. An imam at the local mosque in the village declared Ahmadi as ” Kafir –Unbelievers“. The Imam said:

“Ahmadis are to be killed and you will receive a reward for each drop of their blood”.

Ashirali Vahidov, another member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is actively working against “Jihadi Recruitment” in the village Kashkar-Kyshtak, the same village where Yunusjan was killed.

“Some Mullahs like Chubak-Hajji Jalilov, who are trained in Arab countries are spreading radical ideology. We are witnesses to these things. For example, I decided to get my son to educated, and learn Arabic, for this I sent him to Syria in 2006. Later after meeting and recognizing the community “Ahmadiyya”, I realized the difference between the two. Because of this, after 8-9 months of training my son in Syria, I forced him to come back to Kyrgyzstan. They do not teach science to students there but just “Jihad”, and it is impossible for parents to get their children to to listen to them. The radicals train the youth to go to Syria, sell them dreams of paradise and then transform them into a zombies, only to be taken away.“

Pakistan becomes 6th highest asylum seekers in Europe

Pakistan becomes 6th highest asylum seekers in Europe

Pakistan has become 6th country in terms of most asylum cases registered in Europe previous year. A huge number of Pakistanis use to travel through Iran, Turkey and Greece to reach in the central European countries. Pakistan stands 6th behind Syria Iraq and Afghanistan. Syria remained the highest refugee producing country in Europe with 250 thousand refugees. German politicians have reacted with dismay to the change in Austrian policy, which includes a 3,200 daily limit on the number of migrants and refugees being allowed transit through the country.

Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere complained the number was far too high and sent the wrong signal.

“If others think that they will dump a greater burden on Germany, we won’t accept that in the long term,” he said.

His opposite number in Austria, Johanna Mikl-Leitner, complained that Germany was sending mixed signals.

Germany could not promise Greece that it would continue pursuing its open-border policy while also demanding that Austria stop everyone coming through, she argued. Germans have been shocked in recent days by two anti-refugee protests in the eastern state of Saxony.

Dozens of protesters blocked a bus carrying families to a shelter in the town of Clausnitz on Thursday night, hurling abuse and chanting “we are the people”.

Two nights later, a shelter for asylum-seekers was set alight in Bautzen as onlookers were filmed applauding the action.

Government spokesman Steffen Seibert condemned the Clausnitz attack as cold-hearted and deeply shameful. The UN has already counted more than 94,000 arrivals from Turkey on Greece’s Aegean islands since the start of this year. However, the EU’s Frontex border agency said the numbers in January were 40% lower than the previous month, largely because of poor weather.

 

 

Europe migrant crises; Police in Hungary has said that growing numbers of refugees are breaching a razor wire fence built to stop them crossing the border from Serbia. In January, 550 people were caught getting through - up from 270 In December. More than 1,200 were caught in the first 20 days of February. Hungary caused controversy with the 4m (13ft) barrier, completed in September. However, several other countries have since introduced tough border controls to stop the influx of migrants. The number of people crossing from Serbia dropped after Hungary built the fence along the 175km (110-mile) border with its neighbour last year. But police say migrants are now increasingly getting through, mostly by cutting through or climbing over the barrier. Most are from Pakistan, Iran and Morocco, who are no longer admitted through other routes. It follows moves by Austria, Slovenia, and Balkan countries to limit the nationalities and the numbers of those being allowed through. More than a million people arrived in the EU in 2015, creating Europe's worst refugee crisis since World War Two. The majority of migrants and refugees have headed for countries like Germany and Sweden via Hungary and Austria after crossing from Turkey to Greece. Many are fleeing the conflict in Syria.

Europe refugee crisis: Razor wire boundary failing in Hungary

Europe migrant crises; Police in Hungary has said that growing numbers of refugees are breaching a razor wire fence built to stop them crossing the border from Serbia. In January, 550 people were caught getting through - up from 270 In December. More than 1,200 were caught in the first 20 days of February. Hungary caused controversy with the 4m (13ft) barrier, completed in September. However, several other countries have since introduced tough border controls to stop the influx of migrants. The number of people crossing from Serbia dropped after Hungary built the fence along the 175km (110-mile) border with its neighbour last year. But police say migrants are now increasingly getting through, mostly by cutting through or climbing over the barrier. Most are from Pakistan, Iran and Morocco, who are no longer admitted through other routes. It follows moves by Austria, Slovenia, and Balkan countries to limit the nationalities and the numbers of those being allowed through. More than a million people arrived in the EU in 2015, creating Europe's worst refugee crisis since World War Two. The majority of migrants and refugees have headed for countries like Germany and Sweden via Hungary and Austria after crossing from Turkey to Greece. Many are fleeing the conflict in Syria.

Europe migrant crises

Europe migrant crises; Police in Hungary has said that growing numbers of refugees are breaching a razor wire fence built to stop them crossing the border from Serbia.

In January, 550 people were caught getting through – up from 270 In December. More than 1,200 were caught in the first 20 days of February.

Hungary caused controversy with the 4m (13ft) barrier, completed in September.

However, several other countries have since introduced tough border controls to stop the influx of migrants.

The number of people crossing from Serbia dropped after Hungary built the fence along the 175km (110-mile) border with its neighbour last year.

But police say migrants are now increasingly getting through, mostly by cutting through or climbing over the barrier. Most are from Pakistan, Iran and Morocco, who are no longer admitted through other routes.

It follows moves by Austria, Slovenia, and Balkan countries to limit the nationalities and the numbers of those being allowed through.

More than a million people arrived in the EU in 2015, creating Europe’s worst refugee crisis since World War Two.

The majority of migrants and refugees have headed for countries like Germany and Sweden via Hungary and Austria after crossing from Turkey to Greece. Many are fleeing the conflict in Syria.

Equity Scholarship Scheme Australia 2016

Equity Scholarship Scheme Australia 2016

Equity Scholarship Scheme Australia 2016

Equity Scholarship Scheme Australia

Queensland University of Technology Australia is offereing Equity Scholarship.International Students and Australia Citizens can both apply for Equity Scholarship Scheme.

Queensland University of Technology is offering equity scholarships for domestic or international students in Australia. These scholarships are available for pursuing undergraduate, postgraduate, postgraduate research at Queensland University of Technology.

The main objective of the university is to provide high quality, comprehensive educational and training opportunities that are compatible to changing needs of the students.

University campuses offer high quality learning, teaching and research spaces to better meet the needs of students, academics and researchers. It is a highly successful Australian university with an applied emphasis in courses and research. While it is based in Brisbane, Queensland, we have a global outlook.

Applicants for admission into QUT courses are considered against the minimum entry requirements for individual courses on the basis of academic merit, English language proficiency and for some courses, additional requirements may apply. To assess their English language proficiency, the university accepts results from the following tests: IELTS (Academic); TOEFL iBT (Internet based); Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic); Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE); Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE).

Course Level: The scholarships are available for pursuing undergraduate, postgraduate, postgraduate research level at Queensland University of Technology in Australia.

Study Subject: Scholarships are provided in the field of Business; Creative Industries; Education; Health; Law and Science and Engineering.

Scholarship Award: Applicants can only receive one of the monetary awards (scholarships and bursaries). If they are eligible for more than one, applicants will receive the one with the highest value. If they are eligible for a computer, theys may receive that as well as a scholarship or bursary.
-Semester 1
-Domestic students can receive:
-an Equity Scholarship of $7,500 per year for up to four years (there are limited scholarships available at this value)
-an Equity Scholarship of $5,000 for one year (there are limited scholarships available at this value)
-an Equity Scholarship of $3,500 for one year
-an Equity Bursary of $1,500 for one year
-an Equity computer (a reconditioned desktop computer with the capacity to access internet and a USB drive).
-International students can receive:
-an Equity Bursary of up to $1,500 for one year
-an Equity computer (a reconditioned desktop computer with the capacity to access internet, and a USB drive).
-Semester 2
-If applicant received a scholarship or bursary in Semester 1, they can’t apply for another scholarship in Semester 2.
-Domestic students can receive:
-an Equity Scholarship of $1,750 for one semester
-an Equity Bursary of $1,500 for one semester
-a Faculty Equity Bursary of $1,500 for one semester.
-International students can receive:
-an Equity Bursary of up to $1,500 for one semester
-a Faculty Equity Bursary of $1,500 for one semester.

Scholarship can be taken at: Queensland University of Technology, Australia.

Eligibility: Applicants must meet all of the following criteria to be eligible to apply for this scholarship:-
-from a low-income background
-experiencing financial hardship.
-University also takes personal hardship into consideration when assessing applications. This includes:
-personal medical conditions
-disabilities
-dependants with special needs.
-There are some guarantees with our Equity scholarship:
-If applicant is a commencing Smith Family Learning for Life student, they are guaranteed an Equity Scholarship of $1,750 if they start in Semester 2, or $3,500 if they start in Semester 1. They also guaranteed an Equity computer (a reconditioned desktop computer with the capacity to access internet and a USB drive) if they need one.
-If  applicant a commencing Q-Step Scheme student, they are guaranteed an Equity Scholarship of $1,750 if they start in Semester 2, or $3,500 if they start in Semester 1.
-If they are commencing Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander student, they are guaranteed the Equity bursary of $1,500. They won’t receive this bursary if they successfully apply for one or more Indigenous Commonwealth Scholarships.

Nationality: Domestic or International students can apply for the scholarships.

College Admission Requirement

Entrance Requirements: Scholarship is open for visiting student , cross-institutional student and qut international college (qutic) student.

English language Requirements: Applicants for admission into QUT courses are considered against the minimum entry requirements for individual courses on the basis of academic merit, English language proficiency, and for some courses, additional requirements may apply. To assess their English language proficiency, we accept results from the following tests: IELTS (Academic); TOEFL iBT (Internet based); Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic); Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE); Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE).

Supporting Material: In addition to the application for the scholarship, the applicant must submit the following documents:-
-individual bank statements for all bank accounts covering the past two months
-proof of income
-proof of the income of parent(s)/caregiver(s) if financially dependent and/or living at home
-proof of partner’s income (if partnered)
-Centrelink Income Statement for Youth Allowance, Austudy, ABSTUDY or other pension or benefit if they haven’t completed the Centrelink consent form
-Australian Taxation Office Notice of Assessment for the most recent financial year (please provide us with recent payslips covering at least two months if they are unable to provide this document). If they are financially dependent on their family and/or living at home, they must also supply family income documentation.
-If applicant is eligible due to personal hardship, they shall need to indicate on the application form how their personal circumstances, either past or present, have had a negative impact on their life and their capacity to give time and attention to their studies.

How to Apply: The mode of applying is online.

Application Form

Application Deadline: Applications for Semester 1, 2016 have been extended. Apply by 26 February 2016 (including submitting all their supporting documents) to be considered for a scholarship.

Scholarship Link

More about Equity Scholarship Scheme Australia: More than 3,000 QUT students who experience difficulty with the costs of living and studying currently benefit from these scholarships.  For more deatails visit http://www.scholarships-international.com/study-in-australia/