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Facebook In India Has Been Selective In Curbing Hate Speech And Inflammatory Posts, Particularly Anti-Muslim Content, Says Leaked Report

New Age Islam News Bureau

24 October 2021

 

Facebook lacked enough local language moderators to stop misinformation that at times led to real-world violence in India, according to leaked documents.   | Photo Credit: AP

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• Facebook In India Has Been Selective In Curbing Hate Speech And Inflammatory Posts, Particularly Anti-Muslim Content, Says Leaked Report

• 'We Don't Negotiate With Terrorists': Arab American Student Shocked By NJ Teacher's Remarks

• Refrain From Showing Closeness And Intimacy, Pakistan Media Regulatory Authority asks TV Channels

• Iran Ready For Nuclear Cooperation With Islamic Countries

• Afghanistan Defence Minister: National Army Of Afghanistan Will Be Delivering The Message Of Peace To The People In Afghanistan And The World

• Head Of Muslim Council Of Britain 'Inspired' By First Visit To Blackburn

 

India

• Muslims Not A Minority In India; Senior Congress Leader Calls Them To Strive Towards Nation-Building

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North America

•  ‘Mecca Of Rowing’: Head Of The Charles Regatta Participants Grateful For Event’s Return

• UN nuclear watchdog warns of breakdown in monitoring Iran

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Pakistan

• ‘Missing’ Balochistan MPAs Declare Support For Angry Group

• US agrees to remain engaged in Pakistan’s health sector

• Pakistan passes milestone of administering 100m vaccine doses

• Pakistan personal data protection bill termed vague

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Mideast

• Islamic Unity Necessary To Neutralize Enemies’ Plots: Sunni Cleric

• Second Quad Will Extend India’s Reach, But May Threaten Ties With Iran

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South Asia

• Islamic Emirate Reacts to Newly-Formed "High Council of National Resistance of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan”

• Islamic Emirate Denies Al-Qaeda Presence in Afghanistan; Claimed By The Former US Peace Envoy

• Taliban assure UN of protecting their administrations in Afghanistan

• MoI Rejects HRW Reports of Shia Evictions

• Seven killed in attack on Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh

• Biden administration to resettle over 55 thousand Afghan refugees

• ISIL claims responsibility for detonating power pylon in northern Kabul

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Europe

• British aircraft airlift 102 people that have left Afghanistan to the UK

• Uzbekistan goes to polls with no real challenge to incumbent leader

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Africa

• Somali Government Says It Has Ousted Islamist Militia From Town

• At Least 20 Killed as Somalia Troops Battle Moderate Islamist Militia

• Buhari campaigned for Sharia law, apologize to Sunday Igboho – Afenifere slams Malami

• Nakuru Muslim association leadership row rages in court

• Christian, Muslims unite against climate injustice

• 65th birthday: Kwankwaso commissions rehab center, Juma’at mosque in Kano

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Arab News

• Saudi Soldier Who Died In Iraqi Prison Finally Home And At Rest

• Saudi data science camp graduates first student group

• Pakistan’s PM welcomed in Madinah, Islam’s second holiest city

• Saudi Arabia unveils road map to achieve a carbon-neutral future

• King Salman receives telephone call from UN secretary general

• Experts take part in hackathon to provide technical solutions for charity work

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Southeast Asia

• Deputy Chairman Says Perikatan To Stay Loyal To Federal Govt Even If Coalition Clashes With Umno In Melaka

• Nanta: GPS to contest all 82 seats in Sarawak polls, no negotiation with Bersatu on share of seats

• What happened to the Cabinet's review of your cabotage policy? Guan Eng asks Ka Siong

• Sarawak DCM: State’s demands over MA63 made in Malaysia's best interest

• Ravaged by pandemic, art industry moots tax incentives to encourage local buyers and patrons

• PAS deputy president moots six-14-eight formula to win Melaka with Umno and Bersatu

• Johor DoE waiting for space agency's findings on illegal toxic waste disposal

Compiled by New Age Islam News Bureau

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Facebook In India Has Been Selective In Curbing Hate Speech And Inflammatory Posts, Particularly Anti-Muslim Content, Says Leaked Report

24-10-2021

 

Facebook lacked enough local language moderators to stop misinformation that at times led to real-world violence in India, according to leaked documents.   | Photo Credit: AP

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Facebook in India has been selective in curbing hate speech, misinformation and inflammatory posts, particularly anti-Muslim content, according to leaked documents obtained by The Associated Press, even as its own employees cast doubt over the company’s motivations and interests.

From research as recent as March of this year to company memos that date back to 2019, the internal company documents on India highlights Facebook’s constant struggles in quashing abusive content on its platforms in the world’s biggest democracy and the company’s largest growth market.

The files show that Facebook has been aware of the problems for years, raising questions over whether it has done enough to address these issues. Many critics and digital experts say it has failed to do so, especially in cases where members of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, or the BJP, are involved.

Modi has been credited for leveraging the platform to his party's advantage during elections, and reporting from The Wall Street Journal last year cast doubt over whether Facebook was selectively enforcing its policies on hate speech to avoid blowback from the BJP. Both Modi and Facebook chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg have exuded bonhomie, memorialized by a 2015 image of the two hugging at the Facebook headquarters.

The leaked documents include a trove of internal company reports on hate speech and misinformation in India. In some cases, much of it was intensified by its own “recommended” feature and algorithms. But they also include the company staffers’ concerns over the mishandling of these issues and their discontent expressed about the viral “malcontent” on the platform.

According to the documents, Facebook saw India as of the most “at risk countries” in the world and identified both Hindi and Bengali languages as priorities for “automation on violating hostile speech.” Yet, Facebook didn’t have enough local language moderators or content-flagging in place to stop misinformation that at times led to real-world violence.

In a statement to the AP, Facebook said it has “invested significantly in technology to find hate speech in various languages, including Hindi and Bengali” which has resulted in “reduced the amount of hate speech that people see by half” in 2021.

“Hate speech against marginalized groups, including Muslims, is on the rise globally. So we are improving enforcement and are committed to updating our policies as hate speech evolves online,” a company spokesperson said.

This AP story, along with others being published, is based on disclosures made to the Securities and Exchange Commission and provided to Congress in redacted form by former Facebook employee-turned-whistle-blower Frances Haugen’s legal counsel. The redacted versions were obtained by a consortium of news organizations, including the AP.

Back in February 2019 and ahead of a general election when concerns of misinformation were running high, a Facebook employee wanted to understand what a new user in the country saw on their news feed if all they did was follow pages and groups solely recommended by the platform’s itself.

The employee created a test user account and kept it live for three weeks, a period during which an extraordinary event shook India — a militant attack in disputed Kashmir had killed over 40 Indian soldiers, bringing the country to near war with rival Pakistan.

In the note, titled “An Indian Test User’s Descent into a Sea of Polarizing, Nationalistic Messages,” the employee whose name is redacted said they were “shocked” by the content flooding the news feed which “has become a near constant barrage of polarizing nationalist content, misinformation, and violence and gore.”

Seemingly benign and innocuous groups recommended by Facebook quickly morphed into something else altogether, where hate speech, unverified rumors and viral content ran rampant.

The recommended groups were inundated with fake news, anti-Pakistan rhetoric and Islamophobic content. Much of the content was extremely graphic.

One included a man holding the bloodied head of another man covered in a Pakistani flag, with an Indian flag in the place of his head. Its “Popular Across Facebook” feature showed a slew of unverified content related to the retaliatory Indian strikes into Pakistan after the bombings, including an image of a napalm bomb from a video game clip debunked by one of Facebook’s fact-check partners.

“Following this test user’s News Feed, I’ve seen more images of dead people in the past three weeks than I’ve seen in my entire life total,” the researcher wrote.

It sparked deep concerns over what such divisive content could lead to in the real world, where local news at the time were reporting on Kashmiris being attacked in the fallout.

“Should we as a company have an extra responsibility for preventing integrity harms that result from recommended content?” the researcher asked in their conclusion.

The memo, circulated with other employees, did not answer that question. But it did expose how the platform’s own algorithms or default settings played a part in spurring such malcontent. The employee noted that there were clear “blind spots,” particularly in “local language content.” They said they hoped these findings would start conversations on how to avoid such “integrity harms,” especially for those who “differ significantly” from the typical US user.

Even though the research was conducted during three weeks that weren’t an average representation, they acknowledged that it did show how such “unmoderated” and problematic content “could totally take over” during “a major crisis event.”

The Facebook spokesperson said the test study “inspired deeper, more rigorous analysis” of its recommendation systems and “contributed to product changes to improve them.”

“Separately, our work on curbing hate speech continues and we have further strengthened our hate classifiers, to include four Indian languages,” the spokesperson said.

Source: Trt World

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'We Don't Negotiate With Terrorists': Arab American Student Shocked By NJ Teacher's Remarks

By Anthony Johnson

October 24, 2021

 

Muslim American student Mohammed Zubi an Arab American student (Photo: DailyAdvent)

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RIDGEFIELD, N.J. -- An Arab American student said a teacher answered his question about homework with a remark on terrorists, making the high school senior feel uncomfortable and shocking fellow classmates Tuesday morning.

Mohammed Zubi told our sister station WABC that he asked the teacher for permission to finish an assignment at home during math class at Ridgefield Memorial High School, located about 3 miles west of New York City in Bergen County, New Jersey.

"I look around in shock," Zubi said. "There's people laughing, and there's other people in shock. I turn around and ask my friend, 'Did he really just say that?' and she said, 'Yes.'"

Following the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, young American Muslims have grown up facing hostility, mistrust and suspicion. In a 2017 Pew Research Centre survey of U.S. Muslims, nearly half of respondents said they experienced at least one instance of religious discrimination within the year before.

"The teacher got close to him and said, 'We don't negotiate with terrorists,' knowing that Mohammed is Arabic and Muslim," Vuk Tomasese, another senior, told WABC.

The teacher, whose identity has not been verified, later approached Zubi and said, "I didn't mean it like that," according to a statement from the Council on American-Islamic Relations' New Jersey chapter.

"It's almost unbelievable. We're left speechless. Why would a teacher say this to a student?" said Selaedin Maksut, CAIR-NJ's executive director.

"I don't feel like going back. I'm really uncomfortable," he said. "I don't want to see anyone, and I've been in my room all day -- don't want to see my friends, especially after what that teacher said to me."

Zubi's mother worked at Ridgefield High, and his older siblings graduated from the high school. His older brother, Anas Zubi, said he finds the remark very disturbing.

WABC reached out to the school superintendent for comment. A spokesperson said the issue was a "personnel matter" and that the district has nothing more to say at this point.

Source: ABC13.com

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Refrain From Showing Closeness And Intimacy, Pakistan Media Regulatory Authority asks TV Channels

Staff Reporter

October 24, 2021

 

A file view of Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority headquarters in Islamabad. — Dawn

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ISLAMABAD: The electronic media regulator has directed entertainment shows on TV channels to observe modesty and refrain from showing closeness and intimacy on the screen.

The Pakistan Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) issued a reminder to all TV channels, including those with landing rights in the country, not to indulge in “airing objectionable dramas/content based on indecent dressing, caressing, bed scenes and gestures, sensitive/controversial plots and unnecessary detailing of event(s)”, which it said are highly disturbing, distressing for the viewers and against the commonly accepted standards of decency.

“On the prevalent trends in Pakistani drama industry, Pemra is not only receiving numerous complaints from general public on Pakistan Citizen Portal (PCP) and Pemra complaint call centre and feedback system but also criticised on social media/whatsapp groups,” it added.

Pemra said a considerable stratum of society believed that dramas are not depicting the true picture of Pakistani society.

“Hugs/caress scenes/extramarital relations, vulgar/bold dressing, bed scenes and intimacy of married couple are being glamourised in utter disregard to Islamic teachings and culture of Pakistani society.”

Pemra reminded all satellite TV channels to refrain from airing caress/hug scenes in dramas and properly review the content of the dramas through “in-house monitoring committees” and edit/amend the same by giving due consideration to above reservations and apprehensions of the viewers.

The satellite TV licensees have been directed to stop airing such content in dramas and ensure compliance with the Pemra laws in letter and spirit.

Source: DAWN

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Iran Ready For Nuclear Cooperation With Islamic Countries

Oct 23, 2021

 

Javed Hadi

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"We are ready to cooperate with the Islamic world in the development of nuclear technology in line with the welfare of the people and Islamic societies, in order to pave the way for the new Islamic civilization," Spokesman of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Behrouz Kamalvandi said in remarks to mark the birthday anniversary of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) on a visit to some nuclear sites on Saturday while being accompanied by the foreign guests attending the Islamic Unity Conference underway in Tehran.

The Spokesman hailed the Muslim scientists for their role in the progress of knowledge and sciences while calling on Muslim societies to revive the great Islamic civilization through a rebirth and Renaissance.

He also called for unity among Muslims in the face of the Global Arrogance's unilateralism and bullying behavior.

Source: Mehr News

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Afghanistan Defence Minister: National Army Of Afghanistan Will Be Delivering The Message Of Peace To The People In Afghanistan And The World

By Najibullah Lalzoy

24 Oct 2021

 

Zara Mohammed (centre) speaks to groups on the day.

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Afghanistan’s acting minister of defence Muhammad Yaqoob Mujahid said that the national army of Afghanistan will be delivering the message of peace to the people in Afghanistan and the world.

Muhammad Yaqoob Mujahid in his recent voice message said that they are making sure that Afghanistan’s soil will not be used against any other country in the region and world.

Muhammad Yaqoob Mujahid in his 30s, son of the Taliban’s founder Mullah Muhammad Omar Mujahid is the youngest minister in the Taliban’s caretaker cabinet.

He said that they are working to establish an army, equipped with advanced weaponry that will have land and aerial capability and will defend the homeland with the highest morale.

“We assure the people of Afghanistan that the army of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan will protect their all national interests.” Said Mujahid.

The acting defense minister also said that the army will be responsible to protect all of Afghanistan’s borders and will not allow anyone to invade the soil.

Mujahid makes sure about the normal military and civil activities of the ministry of defense at a time when there is no sign of a national army after the previous one collapsed.

Source: khaama Press

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Head of Muslim Council of Britain 'inspired' by first visit to Blackburn

By Shuiab Khan

23rd October 2021

Zara Mohammed became the first woman and the youngest person to lead the national organisation earlier this year.

It her first first visit to the town where she spent time at the Jamea Masjid on Cumberland Street before meeting with members of the Sisters4sisters group, BME Network and Humraaz at the Chai Station on Cherry Street on Friday.

She said: “It has been a wonderful visit and I really enjoyed meeting different communities and especially today’s celebration of women.

“My favourite time about coming here is looking at what local communities and what local women do because they provide a lifeline to some of the most destitute and vulnerable and those that get left behind. I am so happy to amplify that.”

Zara had earlier been invited to the town by Tauheedul Girls’ Islam school where she was keynote speaker at the Inspire and Aspire Conference.

“I told them a little bit about journey in leadership and the challenges. It was also an opportunity to speak about the importance of breaking through barriers and setting up new pathways for others to follow. And also believing in yourself and telling them a good leader is a humble leader and always willing to learn.”

Following the tragic murder of Sir David Amess last week in his constituency, Zara said it was important to reassure all communities during a deeply upsetting time for the country.

She said: “The whole country was in mourning. I spoke to the Muslim communities that were very close to Sir David in Southend on Sea. They expressed how much he meant to the Muslim community.

“Nationally, we knew there was a lot of anxiety and a lot of fear of the backlash. So, we were very swift to get our response out. Swift to get condemnation out and most importantly to reassure communities that Sir David’s legacy wasn’t one about division and one about community building.”

Zara who hails from Scotland was keen to visit smaller marginalised communities and admitted her biggest challenges in her first eight months in charge came from her age rather than her gender.

“A lot of people find it very difficult when you are the youngest person and there is a lot of blatant bias of what you can and cannot do.

“As a national organisation we have to be connected to our grassroots and for me it has been a privilege to meet local communities and see the work they do because our success is in their success.

Source: Lancashire Telegraph

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India

Muslims Not A Minority In India; Senior Congress Leader Calls Them To Strive Towards Nation-Building

Press Trust of India

October 23, 2021

Bengaluru: Senior Congress leader Rahman Khan on Saturday said Muslims are not a minority in the country, and called upon them to strive towards nation-building.

"There are about 20 to 22 crore Muslims in the country; according to me, they are not minorities. How can 22 crore be a minority? We have been giving such a colour," Mr Khan said.

Speaking to reporters, he said he has even written a book 'Indian Muslims: The Way Forward' and asked the community to strive to build the nation.

"We have to contribute to society. We should be the givers and give to society, become good citizens. Instead of asking from the government, we should give to society," he said.

Source: Ndtv

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North America

‘Mecca Of Rowing’: Head Of The Charles Regatta Participants Grateful For Event’s Return

By Paul Burton

October 23, 2021

BOSTON (CBS) — It’s a Boston tradition unlike any other. The Head Of The Charles Regatta is back this weekend after being canceled for two years because of the pandemic.

“The environment is amazing. It really isn’t like any other race in the world, and it’s amazing to be back after two years,” said Ruth Axton, a rower from Georgetown University.

Source: Boston.Cbslocal

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UN nuclear watchdog warns of breakdown in monitoring Iran

Leila Gharagozlou

Oct 24, 2021

The International Atomic Energy Agency has given a warning that the UN monitoring programme in Iran is no longer fully “intact”, after Tehran refused requests to repair cameras at an important site.

The watchdog's director general, Rafael Grossi, said he had faced roadblocks in his attempts to initiate communication with Iran's new hardline government.

Source: The National News

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Pakistan

‘Missing’ Balochistan MPAs declare support for angry group

Saleem Shahid

October 24, 2021

QUETTA: With the return of four ‘missing’ MPAs from Islamabad to Quetta on Saturday and their announcement of support for angry lawmakers of the Balochistan Awami Party (BAP), success of the no-trust motion against Chief Minister Jam Kamal Alyani cannot be ruled out as Nawab Sanaullah Zehri has also joined hands with the disgruntled group.

The four MPAs went missing on the day when the angry group with the support of the opposition parties tabled the no-confidence motion in the Balochistan Assembly.

Source: DAWN

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US agrees to remain engaged in Pakistan’s health sector

APP

October 24, 2021

ISLAMABAD: The United States and Pakistan on Saturday agreed to remain engaged for further bilateral collaboration in the health sector to achieve sustainable development.

Federal Minister for Planning, Development, Reform and Special Initiatives Asad Umar held a virtual meeting with the US Department of States Coordinator for Global Covid Response and Health Security, Gayle E. Smith at the Embassy of Pakistan, Washington, said a press release issued here.

Source: DAWN

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https://www.dawn.com/news/1653728/us-agrees-to-remain-engaged-in-pakistans-health-sector

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Pakistan passes milestone of administering 100m vaccine doses

Ikram Junaidi

October 24, 2021

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Saturday announced that over 100 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine have been administered in less than nine months.

Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Health Dr Faisal Sultan said in a video statement that with the passage of time the pace of vaccination had increased and in the current month up to 1m doses were being administered daily.

“We have passed a major milestone of administering 100m doses of vaccine. This success could not be achieved without support of a number of departments and stakeholders. Firstly, I would thank the people of Pakistan as they participated in the vaccination campaign. The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) did a marvelous job. Moreover, federal and provincial ministries and departments cooperated for the campaign,” he said.

Source: DAWN

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Pakistan personal data protection bill termed vague

Kalbe Ali

October 24, 2021

ISLAMABAD: The Asia Internet Coalition (AIC) has termed the draft Pakistan personal data protection bill 2021 vague in many respect and made suggestions to make it of world standards.

In a letter to minister for IT and telecom Syed Aminul Haq, the Asia Internet Coalition submitted recommendations to improve the draft Pakistan Personal Data Protection Bill 2021.

“We are concerned that the Draft Bill’s extraterritorial application is based on provisions that are too wide and vague, which would even bring within scope foreign companies that neither operate in Pakistan nor process data collected in Pakistan,” the letter written by Jeff Paine, AIC Managing Director said.

At the same time AIC has suggested that properly constituted data protection legislation has the potential to provide reliable standards for businesses and consumers and ensure the secure and responsible handling of personal data.

The AIC has said that as Pakistan’s digital economy continues to grow, it was important that the country’s privacy laws take into consideration three key goals including the value of data protection in enabling a dynamic digital economy that protects consumers and facilitates Pakistani enterprise.

The other two suggestions are the need to promote data-driven innovation in Pakistan and consistency with global standards for data protection.

Source: DAWN

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Mideast

Islamic Unity Necessary To Neutralize Enemies’ Plots: Sunni Cleric

Oct 23, 2021

Sunni Cleric

Molavi Abdul-Rahman Motahhari said in an interview with IRNA that the foes and the Global Arrogance wanted to fulfill their goals by dividing Muslims and that strengthening of Muslim unity would foil their conspiracies.

Source: En.Irna.Ir

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Second Quad Will Extend India’s Reach, But May Threaten Ties With Iran

Seema Guha

23 Oct 2021

India is now part of a second quadrilateral grouping, this time in West Asia. India, US, Israel, and the UAE are together in a new economic forum with the stated aim of promoting trade, maritime and energy security, and fighting climate change. A few years ago such a quadrilateral would have been unthinkable, but since ties between Israel and Sunni Arab states have immensely improved, resulting in the signing of the Abraham Accords, this is the new reality of the region.

The Abraham Accords between Israel and the UAE, and with Bahrain, worked out during Donald Trump’s term as US President has brought a sea change to the situation in West Asia. Before this, Israel and the Arab states, despite being neighbours, had no diplomatic ties with each other. Saudi Arabia, which many expected would also join in, had deferred the decision as the custodian of Sunni Islam’s holiest shrines Mecca and Medina, King Salman, was being extra cautious. Crown prince MBS is said to have been keen, but was overruled by his father.

India has good bilateral ties with all the Gulf Kingdoms. Trade links between the Arab states and India has existed for centuries, and relations have never been bad as many Indians live and work in the region. Political ties, however, were lukewarm. In the past, Saudi Arabia, the UAE etc were seen as pro-Pakistan, which is also a Sunni Muslim nation. Today all that has changed.

Since coming to power in 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has worked at transforming political ties with the region. He has done so successfully, while at the same time promoting excellent relations with Israel. The decision to engage with the Gulf region multilaterally will help New Delhi to expand its role beyond its neighbourhood and gradually enter the global stage. It will also help to further strengthen its ties with the US in the international arena. 

Source: Outlook India

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South Asia

Islamic Emirate Reacts to Newly-Formed "High Council of National Resistance of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan”

By TOLO News

24-10-2021

A number of officials of the former government along with mujahideen leaders recently announced the formation of a new political movement called the "High Council of National Resistance of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan,” which sparked reactions from the Islamic Emirate.

Abdulrab Rasul Sayyaf, a Jihadi leader, and Atta Mohammad Noor, leader of the splinter faction of Jamiat-e-Islami, announced on Facebook the formation of a new political movement, saying it consists of a number of political mainstream groups in the country.

Source: Tolo News

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Islamic Emirate Denies Al-Qaeda Presence in Afghanistan; Claimed By The Former US Peace Envoy

By TOLO news

24-10-2021

The Islamic Emirate denied claims by the former US peace envoy who voiced concerns over the presence of Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan.

“The reports that I have seen indicate that (leader of Al-Qaeda) could be in Afghanistan or adjacent territory, I don’t know whether the Taliban knows it or not,” he said.  

Source: Tolo News

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Taliban assure UN of protecting their administrations in Afghanistan

By Najibullah Lalzoy

24 Oct 2021

Deputy Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Abdul Salaam Hanafi met with UN secretary-General’s special representative to Afghanistan Deborah Lyons in Arg (Presidential Palace) on Saturday, October 23.

Abdul Salaam Hanafi asked for the UN’s cooperation in different sectors and assured the special representative of protecting all UN’s administrations in Afghanistan, said a spokesperson of the Taliban Zabiullah Mujahid in a statement.

Source: khaama Press

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MoI Rejects HRW Reports of Shia Evictions

By TOLOnews

24-10-2021

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has reported that Taliban officials in several provinces across Afghanistan have forcibly displaced residents, especially the Hazara Shia communities, a claim rejected by the Islamic Emirate.

The report says many of these evictions have targeted Hazara Shia communities as well as people associated with the former government.

Source: Tolo News

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Seven killed in attack on Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh

October 23, 2021

In an attack on an Islamic seminary in a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh, gunmen kill at least seven people and wound 20, amid escalating tensions in the settlements following the recent assassination of a prominent Muslim leader.

According to police official Kamran Hossain, "Rohingya miscreants" raided the Darul Ulum Nadwatul Ulama al Islamia madrassa in the Balukhali refugee camp in Cox's Bazar near the border with Myanmar on Friday, randomly shooting and stabbing the victims with guns and knives.

Source: AlJazeera

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Biden administration to resettle over 55 thousand Afghan refugees

By Najibullah Lalzoy

24 Oct 202

The US administration in an unprecedented decision wants to permanently resettle 55,600 Afghan evacuees from the military bases of the US to permanent houses.

Taking this number of Afghans from military bases and bringing them to permanent houses is the biggest change to the resettlement program since 1980.

Source: khaama Press

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ISIL claims responsibility for detonating power pylon in northern Kabul

By Najibullah Lalzoy

23 Oct 2021

Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant officially claimed responsibility for detonating a power pylon that cut the main power line to Kabul and left the Afghan capital in complete darkness since Thursday.

In a statement released on the Telegram channel, the group said that the soldiers of the caliphate detonated a bomb on an electricity pylon in Kabul, to damage the electricity sector.

especially in the north of Kabul is not a new story, the pylons would be detonating during the previous government that inflicted millions of Afghani financial loss to DABS- de Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (Electricity body of Afghanistan).

Source: khaama Press

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Europe

British aircraft airlift 102 people that have left Afghanistan to the UK

By George Allison

October 23, 2021

The Royal Air Force say in a news release that the airlifts took place across two flights and both have landed safely in the UK. Those on board will now receive support to begin their lives in the UK under Operation Warm Welcome.

“While repatriation flights and individual relocations have been taking place since the end of August, these flights are the first military relocation of eligible Afghans and British nationals since the end of the evacuation from Kabul, known as Operation PITTING. Those transported include vulnerable Afghans who fall under the Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP) who are eligible for relocation to the UK, and British nationals. Further flights are due to arrive in the UK in the coming weeks with more eligible people on board.”

Source: UkdefenceJournal

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Uzbekistan goes to polls with no real challenge to incumbent leader

24-10-2021

Uzbekistan votes in a presidential election in which incumbent President Shavkat Mirziyoyev faces no genuine opposition and is almost certain to win a second term.

Mirziyoyev's predicted victory on Sunday will allow him to deepen his largely successful reform campaign and likely lead to Uzbekistan opening up further to foreign trade and investment - while retaining a highly centralised political system.

Source: Trt World

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Africa

Somali government says it has ousted Islamist militia from town

By Jake Thomas

OCT. 23, 2021

Oct. 23 (UPI) -- A regional government in Somalia says it's in control of a town in the central part of the country after a clash with an Islamist militia.

The fighting began early Saturday morning in the town of Guri-El when Somali troops attacked bases held by Ahlu Sunna Wal Jama'a, reports Voice of America, citing witnesses and regional officials.

Source: www.Upi.Com

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At Least 20 Killed as Somalia Troops Battle Moderate Islamist Militia

Mohamed Olad

October 23, 2021

At least 20 people were killed and more than 40 wounded on Saturday when a moderate Islamist group clashed with Somali government troops over control of a town in central Somalia, according to witnesses and regional officials.

The clashes started at dawn Saturday morning when government troops, who have been amassing on the outskirts of Guri-El, a central Somali town some 400 kilometers north of the capital, Mogadishu, attacked bases held by Ahlu Sunna Wal Jama'a (ASWJ) rebels.

According to residents, both sides used heavy artillery, mortars, machineguns, and vehicle-mounted anti-aircraft guns during a fierce battle in the streets.

Source: Voa News

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Buhari campaigned for Sharia law, apologize to Sunday Igboho – Afenifere slams Malami

By Don Silas

October 23, 2021

The pan Yoruba socio-political organisation, Afenifere, on Friday, slammed Abubakar Malami, the Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, over the latter’s claim that Yoruba agitator, Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho, has ties with major sponsors of terrorism in Nigeria.

DAILY POST had reported that Malami, during a press conference in Abuja on Friday, stated that the secessionist has 43 accounts in different banks, stressing that some financers of Igboho have consistently deposited funds in the accounts.

Source: Daily Post

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Nakuru Muslim association leadership row rages in court

By Daniel Chege

October 23rd 2021

Two groups of Muslim faithful are embroiled in a row over leadership positions in the Muslim Association of Nakuru (MAN).

Petitioners Faez Ahmed, Yusuf Kisangi and Ibrahim Osman had challenged their ouster by Ali Shariff, Gibe Kassim, Bashir Abdulrehman and Ahmad Rashid in a suit filed at the High Court in Nakuru.

Through their lawyer David Mong'eri, the three petitioners accused the four of attempting to illegally and forcefully remove them from office.

The officials accuse the four of calling for the meeting "illegally, without authority, consent and or involvement of the genuine officials and members".

“The intended meeting was scheduled through a newspaper advertisement and it was set to unlawfully conduct the election of the new office,” read the suit.

Source: Standard Media

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Christian, Muslims unite against climate injustice

By Adeola Ogunlade

Oct 24, 2021

As part of the global outcry against climate injustice in Nigeria, Christians Association of Nigeria and Islamic Society of Nigeria have called on government and other institutions to act immediately in addressing the climate emergency in Nigeria.

This was stated at a walk and a forum put together under the banner of Faith for Climate Justice by Green Faith. The event which was a follow up to prayers and meditation vigils was peaceful as the group noisily made their demands known outside the office of the Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

The participants displayed placards with different inscriptions including: ‘God created the earth, do not let your greed destroy it’, ‘Pollution is the enemy to a healthy life, embrace recycling for a better society’, ‘Faith for Climate justice.’

Source: The Nation Onlineng

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65th birthday: Kwankwaso commissions rehab center, Juma’at mosque in Kano

By Mustapha Usman

October 23, 2021

As part of celebrations of his 65th birthday, a former governor of Kano State, Rabi’u Kwankwaso, has commissioned a rehabilitation center, Amana Sanatorium, and a Juma’at mosque in the state.

DAILY NIGERIAN reports that the Amana Sanatorium has been established by Kwankwasiyya Foundation as a private rehabilitation clinic, depression management and reformatory centre.

Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, held at the premises of the centre, Jido, Dawakin Kudu Local Government area on Thursday, Mr Kwankwaso said the facility was established to serve humanity.

Mr Kwankwaso, a former senator representing Kano Central, said two years ago, when he celebrated his 63rd birthday, he commissioned a female health collage, named after his mother, Nafisatu in his hometown, Madobi Local Government.

Source: Daily Nigerian

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Arab News

Saudi soldier who died in Iraqi prison finally home and at rest

TAREQ AL-THAQAFI

October 24, 2021

MAKKAH: After three decades, Capt. Abdullah Al-Qarni, a Saudi soldier who was captured by Iraqi forces during Operation Desert Storm and died in an Iraqi prison, finally returned home this week.

His remains arrived at King Abdulaziz airport on Oct. 21 and were taken to Makkah for funeral prayers and burial at the city’s Cemetery of Martyrs.

The chain of events that led to his death began on Aug. 2, 1990, when Iraqi forces invaded Kuwait and took over the capital city within a matter of hours. The surprise attack was the beginning of a seven-month occupation of the country. In response, troops, tanks, artillery, ships and aircraft from more than 40 allied countries, led by the US, mobilized and gathered in the Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province and the capital, Riyadh, for Operation Desert Storm, with the aim of driving the invaders out of Kuwait.

Source: Arab News

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Saudi data science camp graduates first student group

SPA

October 24, 2021

RIYADH: The Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority celebrated on Friday the graduation of the first 35 graduates of the data science camp launched in July.

The SDAIA academy initiative aims to graduate more than 900 young professionals in data science and artificial intelligence during 2021.

The graduation ceremony was attended by Saudi Minister of Communications and Information Technology Abdullah bin Amer Al-Swaha and SDAIA President Dr. Abdullah bin Sharaf Al-Ghamdi, among other officials.

The event will now move to workshops and training sessions aimed at building attendees skills and the opportunity to complete the final versions of their artworks.

Source: Arab News

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Pakistan’s PM welcomed in Madinah, Islam’s second holiest city

SPA

October 24, 2021

MADINAH: Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan and his accompanying delegation arrived in Madinah on Saturday to visit the Prophet’s Mosque.

Source: Arab News

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Saudi Arabia unveils road map to achieve a carbon-neutral future

FRANK KANE

October 23, 2021

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia, the biggest oil exporter in the world, has committed itself to a carbon-neutral future at the Saudi Green Initiative in Riyadh.

Announcing a plan to reach “net zero” in carbon by 2060, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Saturday said the move was in line with the Kingdom’s development plans, “while preserving and reinforcing its leading role in the security and stability of global energy markets.”

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announcing a plan to reach net zero by 2060 at the opening of the Saudi Green Initiative forum. (Screen grab from SGI video)

In a related announcement, Amin Nasser, the president and chief executive of Saudi Aramco, revealed plans to make the world’s biggest oil company a “net zero” operation by 2050. “The road will be complex and the transition will have challenges, but we are confident we can meet them and accelerate our efforts to a low-emission future,” he said.

The pledges were the most eye-catching items on a day when Saudi Arabia reasserted its ambition to lead the world in the battle against climate change, while retaining its traditional leadership in oil and gas markets.

Also notable was a commitment to double the amount of carbon the Kingdom will cut in its domestic economy, removing 278 million tons of the pollutant per year by 2030.

“These initiatives aim at modifying the Kingdom’s energy mix, rationing and increasing the efficiency of energy production and use, and investing in new energy sources, including hydrogen,” the crown prince said.

He also unveiled the first phase of the plan to eventually plant 10 billion trees in the Kingdom over coming decades, with an initiative to plant 450 million trees by 2030, rehabilitating 8 million hectares of degraded land, and allocating new protected areas, to bring the total of protected land in Saudi Arabia to more than 20 percent of its total.

Much of the domestic initiative will be focused on the capital Riyadh, already in the middle of a “green” regeneration. “The transformation of Riyadh into one of the world’s most sustainable cities is already underway,” the crown prince said.

The first set of the new “green” initiative would require investment of SR700 billion, boosting job creation in Saudi Arabia and presenting investment opportunities for the growing private sector, in line with the Vision 2030 strategy to reduce economic dependency on oil.

But it was the net zero commitment and the pledge to remove twice as much carbon than before that caught the attention of the hundreds of attendees in Riyadh, coming as it did just days before the start of the UN’s COP26 summit on climate change in Glasgow, Scotland.

The Kingdom joins a growing number of countries that have pledged net zero by 2060 — such as China and Russia — rather than the accelerated goal of 2050 some Europeans and North Americans want.

Some environmental activists have in the past criticized the Kingdom for not adopting a net zero target, and for not doing more to cut domestic carbon output. The new targets will go a long way to satisfying critics of the Kingdom as part of the debate on “nationally determined contributions” (NDC) that could figure prominently in COP26.

Nasser said: “We have to consider that this announcement comes from the biggest hydrocarbon producer in the world. To make that type of commitment is something great, and I’m sure others will follow the leadership of the Kingdom.”

Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, the Saudi energy minister, thought that the Kingdom could meet the net-zero commitment before the 2060 timetable, using the framework of the Circular Carbon Economy, which aims to reduce, reuse, recycle and remove CO2 greenhouse gasses.

He said that technologies to help meet the new targets would be fully mature by 2040, boosting the plans to meet the goals and providing an example to others.

Source: Arab News

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King Salman receives telephone call from UN secretary general

ARAB NEWS

October 23, 2021

RIYADH: King Salman received a telephone call from the UN secretary general Antonio Guterres on Saturday.

During the call, Guterres welcomed the Saudi Green and Middle East Green initiatives, and praised initiatives announced by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the Saudi Green Initiative forum held in Riyadh.

Source: Arab News

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Experts take part in hackathon to provide technical solutions for charity work

ARAB NEWS

October 23, 2021

RIYADH: Hundreds of experts took part in an innovation hackathon to provide technical solutions for charitable work.

The event was hosted by the Charitable Committee for Orphan Care, Ensan, and was aimed at developing charity work in modern ways, helping specialists and stakeholders to improve performance in ways that would be reflected in the quality of life for beneficiaries and the provision of services.

Source: Arab News

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Southeast Asia

Deputy chairman says Perikatan to stay loyal to federal govt even if coalition clashes with Umno in Melaka

24 Oct 2021

IPOH, Oct 24 — Perikatan Nasional (PN) will not withdraw its support for the federal government even if the coalition clashes with Umno in the Melaka state election on Nov 20, said PN deputy chairman Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.

“It has not crossed our mind (to withdraw support) because we can see the government is striving to do its best through the Malaysian Family concept that has been launched.

Source: Malay Mail

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Nanta: GPS to contest all 82 seats in Sarawak polls, no negotiation with Bersatu on share of seats

24 Oct 2021

KUCHING, Oct 24 — There will not be any negotiations between Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) and Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) on the share of seats in the coming state election, said GPS secretary general Dato Sri Alexander Nanta Linggi.

“I would like to stress (that) no such negotiation has ever been or will be held. In fact, GPS will contest in all 82 seats,” he said in a statement today.

Nanta issued the statement to “correct the wrong message” carried in news outlets, which claimed that he confirmed such negotiations had taken place.

Source: Malay Mail

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What happened to the Cabinet's review of your cabotage policy? Guan Eng asks Ka Siong

BY R. LOHESWAR

24 Oct 2021

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 24 — DAP’s Lim Guan Eng is wondering what happened to the Cabinet’s review of Transport Minister Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong’s cabotage policy in relation to repairs of submarine cables.

Lim noted that it was now the last week of the month and yet there has been no announcement of the Cabinet outcome, contrary to Wee’s previous remarks that it will be known by early October.

“On October 5, Wee posted on his Facebook that the Cabinet will finalise the cabotage policy by early October, indicating a review of existing policy on repairs of submarine cables. This is already the end of October, what is the outcome of the Cabinet decision?” Lim asked in a statement.

Source: Malay Mail

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Sarawak DCM: State’s demands over MA63 made in Malaysia's best interest

24 Oct 2021

KUCHING, Oct 24 — Sarawak’s demands relating to its rights under the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) were made not just in the best interest of the state alone, but also of Malaysia, according to Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hasan.

He said negotiations to restore the rights of the state which may have been deliberately or inadvertently eroded was among the main agenda of the state government led by Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS).

“We will continue to fight because these are our rights that should be returned to us. We are thankful that there is a venue to discuss this matter, with the Prime Minister (Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakib) resuming negotiations through the Special Council on MA63.

Source: Malay Mail

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Ravaged by pandemic, art industry moots tax incentives to encourage local buyers and patrons

24 Oct 2021

Arab world

GEORGE TOWN, Oct 24 — The art industry was among those hit hardest by the 18 months of the Covid-19 pandemic and needed urgent support for survival, according to Penang Art Society president Ch’ng Huck Theng.

He said art has not only been seen as non-essential during the pandemic, it was also neglected and forgotten when the government was allocating aid and incentives to revive the economy.

“The spending on art has dropped dramatically and these past 18 months have been devastating for artists and those in the industry,” he said.

He said the only way to bring back some life to the industry was for the government to provide some form of incentive to individuals and corporations to support the local artists.

Source: Malay Mail

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PAS deputy president moots six-14-eight formula to win Melaka with Umno and Bersatu

24 Oct 2021

BY R. LOHESWAR

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 24 — PAS deputy president Datuk Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah has proposed a formula for his party, Umno and ally Bersatu that he says will provide the best outcome in next month’s Melaka election and avoid a conflict of interest.

He said Umno should contest in 14 seats and let PAS run in six seats and Bersatu take the remaining eight out of the 28-seats in the state legislative assembly, Mingguan Malaysia reported today.

Source: Malay Mail

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Johor DoE waiting for space agency's findings on illegal toxic waste disposal

24 Oct 2021

JOHOR BARU, Oct 24 — The Johor Department of Environment (DoE) is still waiting for a detailed report from the Malaysian Space Agency (MYSA) pertaining to its claim of Johor being one of the four states identified by the agency as locations for illegal toxic waste disposal.

“I have also referred the matter to the headquarters and it is also waiting for the same report from the agency,” he told reporters after an integrated operation against commercial vehicles at the Skudai Toll Plaza Southbound, here today.

He said this when asked to comment on newspaper report which quoted Mysa as saying that four states, namely Selangor, Johor, Pahang and Perak are identified as having many areas used as illegal toxic waste dumps.

Source: Malay Mail

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