1. Genocide Of Kashmiri pandits
This is most famous book of Ruhool Ahmad kawa
About “Genocide Of Kashmiri Shias”
History of Shi’ism in Kashmir is marked with conflict and strife, spanning over half a millennium. Incidents of sectarian violence occurred in Kashmir under the rule of Mirza Haider Dughlat, followed by the Mughals (1586–1752), the Afghans (1752–1819), the Sikhs (1819–1845) and the Dogras (1846–1947). A small Shia community has managed to survive in Kashmir till today.
LocationK ashmir Valley
DescriptionS ystematic killing and destruction of Shias
Date1 548 – 1872 CE
Attack type Genocide, ethnic cleansing
2. The faith of Abu Talib AS
The faith of Abu Talib (Arabic: (إیمان أبی طالب(ع) is one of the theological arguments between Shi’a and Sunni scholars. According to narrations from Ahl al-Bayt (a), Shi’as have ijma’ (consensus) on that Abu Talib, the uncle of the Prophet (s) and the father of Imam ‘Ali (a), had faith in the Prophet (s). But, Sunnis deny the faith of Abu Talib and refer to some narrations in some hadith and historical books which show that Abu Talib didn’t believe in Islam and insisted on the belief of his ancestors until his death and died as a polytheist. Shi’a scholars, in addition to rejecting the reasons of deniers, stated their reasons on the faith of Abu Talib.
Abu Talib describing the Prophet (s):
الم تعلموا انّ ابننا لا مکذب لدینا ولا یعنی بقول الاباطل
و ابیض یستسقی الغمام بوجهه ثمال الیتامی عصمة للارامل
الم تعلموا ان النبی محمداً رسول امین خط فی سالف الکتب
Don’t they know that our son is not a liar in our opinion?
And he does not consider the word of the evil people.Aprotector of the orphans, a supporter of the widows.And a whiteface by whose face the rain is asked from the cloud.Don’t they know that indeed the Prophet Muhammad,is the trustworthy prophet whose name is written in the previous books?”Al-Mufid, al-Fusul al-mukhtara, PP.283-4
3. Why I Am Agnostic Atheist
Atheism is the doctrine or belief that there is no god. However, an agnostic neither believes nor disbelieves in a god or religious doctrine. Agnostics assert that it’s impossible for human beings to know anything about how the universe was created and whether or not divine beings exist
4. A Soul in solitude
Solitude is a state of seclusion or isolation, i.e., lack of contact with people. It can have both positive and negative effects, depending on the situation. Short-term solitude is often valued as a time when one may work, think or rest without being disturbed. It may be desired for the sake of privacy