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Comments

ASSALAMU ALIKKUM BROTHER, why

ASSALAMU ALIKKUM BROTHER,
why cant u start a guidance centre in the field of higher education in Indaia &US

GOD BLESS TCN

TCN IS UNDOUBTEDLY RENDERING YEOMAN SERVICE TO MUSLIMS AND ISLAM,. IT RICHLY DESERVES SUPPORT - MORAL AS WELL AS FINANCIAL. CARAVANS DO NOT STOP MERELY BECAUSE DOGS BARK AT THEM
S.M.PASHA

Thank you for the article

Thank you for the article “Counting others’ sins shall not make doctors saint either” by Aziz A Mubaraki. Though this not a specifically Muslim concern, you have given space for a very important issue. I wonder if you could give the eail ID of the authors so that readers could dialogue with them directly.