Discussion on social media on the picture of Ertugrul’s actress Isra Bilgich: ‘How can you do this to us, Halima Baji!’

Ever since the Turkish drama Ertugrul was shown in Pakistan, viewers have been showing great interest in its characters, story, and dialogues.

Whether it is Arzgharl’s expression of love for Halima in the play or the beauty of Isra Bulgich who plays the role of Halima Sultan, all of them are mentioned a lot on social media.

Due to such an interest in drama, many people have started following the actors playing these roles on social media. And when they don’t see their favorite characters in that particular color as they see them in the play, their reaction starts trending on social media.

Some fans could not digest this aspect of the life of the actress after seeing the actress Isra Bilgich in a glamorous way in her real-life apart from the role of Halima. For them, Isra is only Halima

Hamza Abbasi says he was wrong to call Ahmadis ‘non-Muslim’.

Former Pakistani actor Hamza Ali Abbasi said on Saturday that he was wrong in labeling Ahmadis as non-Muslims. He was backtracking from comments he made in 2016 declaring the minority Ahmadis a religion separate from Islam.

Abbasi said on Twitter: “I was wrong in calling them non-Muslim. I can only say that they are wrong in their belief.” The actor was responding to a barrage of abusive tweets that were part of a Pakistan wide Twitter trend against Ahmadis. ”

Abbasi added that: “If a group or person calls himself a Muslim……then no individual has the authority to declare them non-Muslim.”

The twitter trend was in reaction to the government’s decision to include the Ahmadis in the National Minority Commission, a step rejected by a majority of Pakistanis.

Ramadan begins during strict restrictions and lockdowns.

The holy month of Ramadan has begun in many parts of the world on Friday amid a severe and unusual lockdown.
Lockdown continues in most Muslim countries around the world due to the spread of the coronavirus, and authorities have banned congregational prayers and gatherings.
According to the French news agency AFP, the easing of lockdowns in some countries with the arrival of Ramadan has raised concerns about the spread of the virus.

This year, the month of Ramadan did not bring the traditional twists and turns for many in Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa. Because during Ramadan, there are restrictions on praying in congregation in mosques and meeting friends, and large-scale Iftar Parties.

In Dhaka, government officials have sealed off a centuries-old market that used to sell traditional Ramadan food.
The local police commissioner said this would be the first time in the market’s 400- year history that iftar items would not be sold here.
Sanctions imposed by Corona have also undermined the traditional cycle of Ramadan in Indonesia, the world’s most populous country. Religious organizations in Indonesia have called on people to stay indoors.
. “Ramadan is very different,” said Fitria Female, a housewife in Indonesia. “It’s not just a festival.”

The mosque was transformed into a supermarket for the needy during Lockdown.

A mosque has been temporarily converted into a supermarket to help those in need during a lockdown in Turkey.

According to the Arab News Agency, the lockdown in Turkey is continuing like in other countries due to Corona, due to which the poor people there have been deprived of essential food items and every effort is being made to help them.

The Didiman Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey, has been temporarily converted into a supermarket to help the poor.

According to the report, the racks kept in the premises of Didiman Mosque have been filled with rations so that the deserving can come and take the necessary items home with them.

The racks contain pulses, rice, flour, pasta, beverage bottles, biscuits, and other food items.

Regarding the distribution of rations, the Imam of the mosque said that since the ban on congregational prayers in mosques, it has occurred to me why these racks should be filled with rations so that the needy people can leave the premises with the necessary items. Be and keep the social distance.

While taking rations, only two needy people are called in with masks and gloves. The rest of the people waiting outside to take precautionary measures against the coronavirus.

The Imam of the mosque said that all the philanthropists and welfare organizations from all over the world can be involved in this charity. We will not take money from anyone but help can be given in the form of items.

The mosque administration said that a regular list was also prepared to distribute rations to all the beneficiaries so that a message could be sent to them that they could come to the mosque and collect the goods for which the local authorities were contacted and consulted.

According to media reports, the service has been running for the past two weeks and 120 needy people are benefiting from it every day.

Coronavirus situation in Turkey
Turkey has seen a sharp rise in corona cases since last week, with the total number of victims now at 98,674 and the death toll at 2,376.

Coronavirus kills another Pakistani player.

RACHI: Olympic Haji Mohammad Afzal Pahlawan died in the United States after a lion from the Corona outbreak.

National wrestler Haji Mohammad Afzal was 85 years old, Haji Mohammad Afzal was born on January 1, 1935 and was based in New York. He also trained many famous wrestlers. Were successful, the success of the bronze middle would have been their destiny.

In 1960, then-President Ayub Khan conferred on Haji Mohammad Afzal in recognition of national service. He was honored with Sher-e-Pakistan Award, his 3 sons residing in the US and one in Lahore. Infected, the funeral prayers of the national wrestlers will be offered in the United States.