Vocational training institute Chiniot; Join free training courses and get 1000 per month

Vocational training institute Chiniot; Join free training courses and get 1000 per month

Vocational training institute Chiniot is providing free vocational training programs for the students and professionals. These training programs will not only provide free courses but also gives the scholarship of Rs 1000 per month to every student. The institute has announced 8 different courses. Two of them are only for the girls and one is only for boys whereas five courses are for both girls and boys. Admin of Training institute said that

Here are the courses offered by the institute for girls

1; Industrial garments and stitching
2; Clinical assistant

3; Dress making

4; beautician

5; Computer Application

Here are the courses offered by the institute for boys

1 Clinical assistant

2; Computer Application

3 Agriculture training

4 Industrial Electrician

 

 

 

 

Jamat e Islami announces to go to Supreme Court of Pakistan against Hamza Ali Abbasi for raising the voice for Ahmadis

Jamat e Islami announces to go to Supreme Court of Pakistan against Hamza Ali Abbasi for raising the voice for Ahmadis

Raise the voice for the people who are facing the worst hate and terrible pains from the society religious organizations and terrorist has become the biggest crime in Pakistan.

A day before Hmaza Ali Abbasi spoke for the unjust behavior and discrimination against Ahmadis from the State of Pakistan.  Soon After the program he has been receiving threats and hate from the different religious parties from Pakistan.

Jamat Ahmadiyya New Zealand has also strongly condemned the Orlando shoot out

Jamat Ahmadiyya New Zealand has also strongly condemned the Orlando shoot out

Ahmadiyya Jamat has strongly condemned the Orlando attacks in which 50 people lost their lives. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of New Zealand said that it’s a sad and unbelievable terrible incident and Islam do not allow such killings. Islam is the religion of peace and killing of one man is the killing of All mankind.

“Our community stands united with the rest of New Zealand in condemning all forms of terrorism in the name of religion. It is very disheartening for true believers of Islam to see such barbaric acts against humanity done by so-called Muslims which are completely against the true teachings of Islam. The Holy Quran has said that to kill even one innocent person is akin to killing all of mankind” said Mr. Mohammed Iqbal, National President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.

“On behalf of our Community, I extend our deepest of sympathies and prayers to all those which have lost their loved ones and to anyone who has been affected in any way. May Allah the Almighty grant us patience and ensure that peace and goodwill prevails during these sad times” said Mr. Iqbal.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a dynamic, fast-growing international revival movement within Islam. Founded in 1889 by Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835-1908) in Punjab, India, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community spans over 206 countries with membership exceeding tens of millions. The New Zealand branch of this community was established in 1987 and has just over 400 members. It is a registered charitable organization and endeavors to be an active and integrated community within New Zealand society.

Ghotki Sindh; A 90 year old Hindu was beaten brutally by a policeman for eating rice in Ramadan

Ghotki Sindh; A 90 year old Hindu was beaten brutally by a policeman for eating rice in Ramadan

Ghotki Sindh; A 90 year old Hindu was beaten brutally by a policeman for eating rice in Ramadan

Ghotki Sindh;

Religious extremism has become the most dangerous problem for the state and Government. People from all fields of Life have become the religious extremists and Islamic fundamentalists which is totally against the preaching and base of Islam. But the false and fake picture of Islam and attitude of Cleric and Mullah toward religious hate discrimination in Pakistan has made our society a religious mantel and psyche extremist country.,

Another example of worst discrimination and hate as a 90 year old man from Ghotki Sindh who belonged to the Hindu community was beaten brutally by a police man for eating rice in Ramadan. Pakistan has become a terrible place for all the communities including Christians Sikhs Hindus and Ahmadis to live on whereas government Society media and people are silent.

 

 

 

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Italy beats Belgium 2-0 in the UEFA Euro cup 2016

Italy beats Belgium 2-0 in the UEFA Euro cup 2016

Italy has beaten Belgium in the group match of 2016 euro cup. The big match of group death was played on Monday night. Italy scored the goal in the first half as Emanuele Giaccherini scored the first goal of the match. Graziano Pelle scored the second goal of the match and sealed the victory in the opening match of the competition.

Belgium came close to equalize the first goal but Buffoon the captain goalkeeper kept them away from the goal line.

Belgium were very unsatisfactory, with Romelu Lukaku and Divock Origi wasteful in front of goal.

 

Afghanistan and Pakistan Exchange Heavy Gunfire Along Border

Afghanistan and Pakistan Exchange Heavy Gunfire Along Border

PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Pakistani and Afghan forces exchanged heavy gunfire on Sunday and Monday in an unusually serious escalation of tensions at the border, leaving at least 13 people wounded on the Pakistani side and killing at least one Afghan police officer, according to the police and military officials in both countries.

The fighting, which began on Sunday night and resumed Monday, forced the closing of the Torkham border crossing, the busiest between the two countries.

The escalation followed the closing of the Torkham crossing last month after Afghan border security guards objected to the construction of a gate on the Pakistani side. That objection also apparently contributed to the conflict on Sunday, according to official accounts from both sides.

The border remained closed for five days last month but was reopened after a meeting between the Afghan ambassador to Pakistan, Hazrat Omar Zakhilwal, and Pakistan’s army chief, Gen. Raheel Sharif.

An official statement by the Pakistan Army late on Sunday accused the Afghan border guards of resorting to an unprovoked attack when work began on the installation of a gate on the Pakistani side.

“Torkham is the most frequented crossing point at Pak-Afghan border, and recently even, most of the terrorists have been found using this gate for entry,” the brief statement said. “In order to check movement of terrorists through Torkham, Pakistan is constructing a gate on own side of the border as a necessity to check unwanted and illegal movement.”

The Pakistani Army statement said that one Pakistani soldier had been wounded but that “security forces responded to Afghan firing effectively.”

A senior civil officer of the Khyber tribal region of Pakistan, the site of the Torkham crossing, claimed that the Afghans had fired mortars, rockets and artillery into Pakistani territory starting at 9:20 p.m. Sunday.

“Shortly before beginning the construction work, we duly informed the Afghan side, although we are under no obligation to do so under international law,” the top civilian administrator in Khyber, Khalid Mehmood, said by telephone from the area.

“The Afghan commander went back, switched off the lights on the other side and, before we could figure out what had happened, they started shelling and firing in our direction,” Mr. Mehmood said.

A mortar shell hit a house in a nearby Pakistani village, wounding six civilians, the administrator said. Two more civilians were hit by splinters and two paramilitary soldiers were also wounded in the exchange of fire, he added.

After a lull of several hours on Monday, fighting resumed in the late afternoon. Zarawar Zahid, the police chief of Nangarhar Province, on the Afghan side of the crossing, posted a video on Facebook saying that he was near the front line and ordering a mortar barrage against Pakistan.

He appears next to two mortars shouting to his men, “Strike hard enough to blow up Nawaz Sharif’s home,” referring to the prime minister of Pakistan who lives in Islamabad, the capital, 150 miles from the border.

When fighting resumed Monday afternoon, both sides began firing with heavy weapons, and Pakistani authorities reported that two paramilitary soldiers were wounded. “There is a heavy exchange of fire,” Mr. Mehmood said by phone from the area. He said the firing resumed from the Afghan side when the Pakistanis continued construction of the disputed border gate.

Afghan officials blamed Pakistan for initiating the fighting, saying the Pakistanis had fired after the Afghan Border Police tried to stop work on the gate. The Afghan Border Police officer’s body was flown to Kabul, the Afghan capital.

Haroon Chakhansuri, the spokesman for President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan, said Pakistan was violating agreements to work jointly on construction of border crossing facilities.

“They opened fire first, then the Afghan security forces responded to them,” he said. “We emphasize that Afghan security forces should always be ready to defend their people.”

Mr. Chakhansuri said diplomatic efforts were underway to resolve the dispute. But officials on both sides of the border said the situation remained tense.

Contributing to the tensions has been an intensifying offensive by the Afghan Taliban, whose leadership shelters in Pakistan. Afghan officials from Mr. Ghani on down have blamed Pakistan for the collapse of peace talks with the Taliban and for continuing to provide sanctuaries for Taliban leaders and fighters inside Pakistan.

Pakistan has responded by cracking down on Afghan refugees in Pakistan and tightening controls along the normally porous border, making it more difficult than usual for Afghans to travel to Pakistan for education, medical care or trade.

Source/Credit: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/14/world/asia/afghanistan-pakistan-torkham-border-crossing.html

An open letter from a Muslim ISU graduate about the terrorist attack in Orlando

An open letter from a Muslim ISU graduate about the terrorist attack in Orlando

As a Muslim I am sad that there are those who kill in the name of my religion when clearly the Qur’an states, “Whosoever killed a person… it shall be as if he had killed all mankind” (5:33).
Source/Credit: Idaho State Journal                                                                                                                                              By Hidayatullah Ahsan (Current Pullman, Wash., resident, Idaho State University graduate and former Pocatellan)

At 2 am EST the 29 year old Omar Mateen opened fire at the gay nightclub The Pulse in Orlando, FL. His cowardly act ended in the death of 50 innocent human beings. As a member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Islam, I wholeheartedly condemn this savage act. My thoughts and prayers are with all who have been affected by this senseless violence.

As a Muslim I am sad that there are those who kill in the name of my religion when clearly the Qur’an states, “Whosoever killed a person… it shall be as if he had killed all mankind” (5:33). I want everyone to know that Islam and the Qur’an, in no shape or form, allow or call for the killing of anyone based on their sexual orientation. This act, therefore, is nothing but an act of terrorism and should be condemned as such.

I should note that the Khalifa of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Islam has recently stated, “We can all see how satanic influences are leading to brutality and murder. Innocent people are being slaughtered and perpetrators claim they will be rewarded with a place in heaven….” It is clear to me that it is the time for the leaders of the world, especially the Muslim world, to unite in a forceful dissociation from all acts of terrorism as exemplified by the Khalifa of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.

I finish my letter with my condolences to the families who have lost their loved ones in this shooting and with my prayers for those who are recovering.

New Zealand Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Condemns Orlando Attack

New Zealand Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Condemns Orlando Attack

“On behalf of our Community, I extend our deepest of sympathies and prayers to all those which have lost their loved ones and to anyone who has been affected in any way.”
Source/Credit: AMJ New Zealand
By Press Release | June 13, 2016

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of New Zealand condemns in the very strongest possible terms Monday’s attack at an Orlando nightclub in which 49 innocent lives were brutally lost and dozens more were wounded.

“Our community stands united with the rest of New Zealand in condemning all forms of terrorism in the name of religion. It is very disheartening for true believers of Islam to see such barbaric acts against humanity done by so-called Muslims which are completely against the true teachings of Islam. The Holy Quran has said that to kill even one innocent person is akin to killing all of mankind” said Mr. Mohammed Iqbal, National President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.

“On behalf of our Community, I extend our deepest of sympathies and prayers to all those which have lost their loved ones and to anyone who has been affected in any way. May Allah the Almighty grant us patience and ensure that peace and goodwill prevails during these sad times” said Mr. Iqbal.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a dynamic, fast-growing international revival movement within Islam. Founded in 1889 by Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835-1908) in Punjab, India, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community spans over 206 countries with membership exceeding tens of millions. The New Zealand branch of this community was established in 1987 and has just over 400 members. It is a registered charitable organisation and endeavours to be an active and integrated community within New Zealand society.

For further information please contact:

Mr. Bashir Khan
National Vice President & Media Liaison, Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at New Zealand Inc.
Phone: +64 21 778 425, Email: bakhan.amj@gmail.com

Mr. Eqbal Khan
General Secretary & Secretary External Affairs, Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at New Zealand Inc.
Phone: Ph: +64 21 133 6146, Email: eqbalakhan@gmail.com

— New Zealand Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Condemns Orlando Attack

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