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Posted in: New Zealand man arrested after threat to mosque See in context

These fanatics must be dealt with an iron hand.

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Posted in: Man jumps to death from 4th floor of Nagoya police station See in context

Alcohol has been responsible for so many ills in this society. Just see the people falling over the platforms, on the streets and everywhere else as a drinker loses his or her senses at least temporarily thus does not know how to think clearly and act in his or her own best interests.

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Posted in: Man jumps to death from 4th floor of Nagoya police station See in context

The best way to avoid these kinds of accidental deaths is to ban alcohol as this is THE mother of many of the problems in this world.

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Posted in: Should some countries have the right to tell other countries that they cannot have nuclear weapons? See in context

In fact, no country should have the right to have a nuclear weapon in the first place.

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Posted in: Man arrested for murder of ex-girlfriend said he still had feelings for her See in context

Nonsense behavior on the part of this stupid man

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Posted in: Pakistan frees on bail alleged mastermind of Mumbai attacks See in context

India has never ever been able to produce any proof against this man. So, I guess, the Pakistani courts have no choice but to free him.

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Posted in: Gunmen kill 20 at Pakistan dam project See in context

These kinds of attacks are most probably financed by one of a Pakistan`s neighboring country.

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Posted in: Japan looks for growth from Islamic finance boom See in context

Islamic financial assets have now increased to little less then 2.5 trillion dollars globally. It is THE fastest growing segment of the financial industry. Soverigns like South Africa, Britain, Hong Kong, Luxembourg can not be all wrong. They issued Sukuk, one of the most popular Islamic financial instruments now. Investors are finding it more attractive to invest in Islamic financial products instead of the conventional ones.

During and after 2008 global financial crisis, Islamic financial institutions proved their stability. This is not all nonsense. It is some thi8ng serious which one can not ignore

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Posted in: Japan looks for growth from Islamic finance boom See in context

To my understanding, this is neither a terrorist financing scheme nor another form of Interest rates. It is an ethics based financial system whereby money can only be made based on lawful assets. In conventional finance, risk is transferred from one party to another. But in Islamic financial system, risk is shared. So, both the parties work cooperatively to get a better outcome at the end. Another important difference is that in conventional finance, money can be made out of money. But, in Islamic finance, money can only be made through an underlying real asset.

You are not allowed to invest Islamic Finance money for buying weapons of any type. This is one of the basic preconditions of the system. So, let us not give any sweeping statements without knowing the basics.

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