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My Calligraphic Art Work – Ahmad Ladhani

*Image size: 1024×768 pixels. click on the image for Zoom-In view Another  tryout on Calligraphic Vector Art made by me. Its still have some errors and some finishing mistakes but as per me its best of mine . So I thought I should share … Continue reading

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My Third Calligraphic Art Work – Ahmad Ladhani

*Image size: 700×450 pixels. click on the image for Zoom-In view This is my Third tryout on Calligraphic Vector Art made by me. It still have some errors and some finishing mistakes but as per me its best of mine . So I thought I … Continue reading

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Aga Khan museum being built near Don Mills and Eglinton in Toronto

Ten things Toronto can look forward to in 2013 One year ends, a new one arrives, and with it hopes for something better. However irrational, that is the expectation for 2013 — that things will improve for Toronto. Let’s face … Continue reading

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IslaM: Milad-un-Nabi

The Holy Prophet’s life gives us every fundamental guideline that we require to resolve the problem as successfully as our human minds and intellects can visualise. His example of integrity, loyalty, honesty, generosity, both of means and of time; his … Continue reading

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Sen. John Kerry – Engaging the Muslim World

Thursday, February 26, 2009, Sen. John Kerry, Chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, was hosted a hearing entitled “Engaging with Muslim Communities around the World.” He should be applauded for his efforts, and for bringing together a great group of … Continue reading

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Administration of Islamic Affairs in Secular States Southeast European Experience

Call for Papers for the International Conference Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 17 – 19 (Friday – Sunday) April 2009 The administration of Islamic affairs and representation of Muslims in secular states have become hot issues in Western European debates on … Continue reading

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