DONATE QUARAN: DAWAH PROJECT FROM UK TO THE WORLD, SIGNED BY ISIS

DONATE A QURAN : IDEOLOGY VS. WEAPONS.

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DONATE QUARAN: DAWAH PROJECT FROM UK TO THE WORLD, SIGNED BY ISIS

DONATE QURAN: PUBLIC AWARENESS CAMPAIGN TARGETS 1,OOO,OOO AROUND THE WORLD

Donate Quran – Dawah project
We aim to promote the teachings of the Quran and the Sunnah (the way of life of Muslims on the basis of teachings and practices of the Prophet Mohammad PBUH) and tolerance in order to achieve peace and co-existence among all races.

DAWAH PROJECT’S IDEOLOGY AND GOALS:

SUMMARY

Donate Quran is part of a non-profitable organisation which is part of Mercy 4 All Foundation, a registered charity in the United Kingdom
100 percent of funds donated to us are used on printing a copy of the Quran
The core activities of Mercy 4 all Foundation are charitable activities in Dawah and humanitarian projects. To convey the message of Islam to Muslims and Non-Muslims

Anyone visiting our webpage has online access to a number of Islamic books and Hadiths, With further access to the Quran translation in multiple languages.

GOALS

  • Provide free copies of the Quran translation in English.
  • We have chosen the translation of Saheeh International and our surah appendices have made it simpler to understand
  • AimS at providing free copies of the Quran translation to Mosques, Community Centres, Dawah Centres, Hospitals, Schools, Hotels, Prisons, Libraries & Homes.
  • Donors consist of corporate companies, bat usinesses and individuals wanting to help in this noble cause of dawah
  • Dawn target is to distribute millions of copies worldwide. This is the holly book from Allah and there is no limit on how many copies will be distributed Inshallah.
    In 2013, we initially distributed with just 20 Qurans, providing to friends and families and now Alhamdullilah, we have distributed thousands of copies by the grace of Allah.
    It all started by the word of mouth and by the grace of Allah we are contacted by people from around the world for copies.

Dawah looking for people who are an institute or individual who would like to become one of our registered distributors. Start preparing for your hearafter and become part of our campaign.

According to Dawah source, Donate Quran has had positive response of so many Muslims and non-Muslims whom have been able to understand the Quran better, some non-Muslims have taken shahada as a result, how blessed are they MashaAllah.

DAWAH THANKS ” The Quran Project”

For their belief and strong determination in making this campaign a success and we hope to continue growing with the strength of all our believers and followers.

Projects In Prospective
– Pure Health Hospital –Humanity Project modern state of the art hospital in India Gujarat

  • Providing free medical treatment under privileged humanity this area surrounds a population of 2 million people.
  • Working on  social activities such as Free Medical Camps, these activities have made a very good impact in the society and have drawn a positive image of Muslims among the Non-Muslims.

Place: Leicester City centre, England

 

 

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The Rise of Lashkar-e Tayyiba

“In November 1999, Lashkar sponsored an international mujahideen conference. The highlights of the first day of the conference, as cited on Lashkar’s website, http://www.dawacenter.com, included a 40-foot…

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The Rise of Lashkar-e Tayyiba

LeT was designed to provide Pakistan’s military with a proxy force of militant recruits to augment the Islamic insurgency in Indian Kashmir.11 Even today, the primary focus of the organization remains the “liberation” of Kashmir.12 As Saeed has explained:

“Pakistan is a country for Muslims of the subcontinent. Therefore, it is incomplete without Kashmir…Pakistan is also incomplete without Hyderabad, Junagarh, and Munabao…it is our duty to free these states from Hindu subjugation and assure their Muslim population that they will become part of Pakistan. This is our agenda for Pakistan’s completion. We will continue to propagate it in India through speech and writing and take these states back through jihad.”

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Interview with Benigno Aquino III, President of the Philippines

Published on Mar 2, 2016

Benigno S. Aquino III, President of the Republic of the Philippines, received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Loyola Marymount University on Feb. 17, 2016. In an interview with World Policy Institute at Loyola Marymount University President Michael Genovese prior to the ceremony, President Aquino discussed critical issues in the Philippines’ domestic and foreign policies, from the local impact of climate change to the country’s partnerships with the U.S. and Japan.

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PARIS…..LOSING IT

 

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WHEN WHITE LIFE MATTERS…

The White Lives Matters movement listed as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center’s  “Hate Map” https://www.splcenter.org/hate-map in February.“I can’t speak to how many chapters will be listed, but it’s clear that the leadership of the group, the ends of the group — it’s just a flat-out white supremacist group,” said Heidi Beirich, director of the center’s Intelligence Report, in an interview with Chron.com  http://video.chron.com/?

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WHEN WHITE LIFE MATTERS…

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Aug 21, 2016

Two days after Donald Trump asked black people to vote for him this happens. White Lives Matter protested in front of the NAACP office in Third Ward on Sunday. The Confederate flag waved in front of the NAACP office Sunday. The red flag with its blue X holding white stars hung over the shoulder of a White Lives Matter member who was joined by others in his group in a protest against the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
“We came out here to protest against the NAACP and their failure in speaking out against the atrocities that organizations like Black Lives Matter and other pro-black organizations have caused the attack and killing of white police officers, the burning down of cities and things of that nature,” White Lives Matter member Ken Reed said. “If they’re going to be a civil rights organization and defend their people, they also need to hold their people accountable.” http://video.chron.com/?ndn.trackingGroup=90000&ndn.siteSection=houstonchron_nws_loc_sty_pp&ndn.videoId=31296012&freewheel=90000&sitesection=houstonchron_nws_loc_sty_pp&vid=31296012

Southern Poverty Law Center to list White Lives Matter movement as a hate group

The White Lives Matters movement listed as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center’s  “Hate Map” https://www.splcenter.org/hate-map in February.
“I can’t speak to how many chapters will be listed, but it’s clear that the leadership of the group, the ends of the group — it’s just a flat-out white supremacist group,” said Heidi Beirich, director of the center’s Intelligence Report, in an interview with Chron.com  http://video.chron.com/?ndn.trackingGroup=90000&ndn.siteSection=houstonchron_nws_loc_sty_pp&ndn.videoId=31296012&freewheel=90000&sitesection=houstonchron_nws_loc_sty_pp&vid=31296012

“The ideology behind it, the racist leaders, everything about it is racist,” Beirich added.
The leadership Beirich refers to is 40-year-old Rebecca Barnette. In addition to having her hands in the White Lives Matter movement, Barnette is also the vice president of the women’s division of the skinhead group Aryan Strikeforce.
The center points to posts on Barnette’s page on vk.com, a Russian social networking site used by white supremacists due to its lack of censorship.

In an Aug. 3 post on “Intelligence Report,” the center reports  https://www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate/intelligence-report/2016/white-lives-matter, “Barnette says that Jews and Muslims have formed an alliance ‘to commit genocide of epic proportions’ of the white race. Now is the time, she adds in the same post, for ‘the blood of our enemies [to] soak our soil to form new mortar to rebuild our landmasses.'”
“Her background, the rhetoric of the group, the hangers-on of the group are white supremacist,” Beirich said. “The only question is how widespread they are, how many chapters there are.”
It is also worth noting that the phrase “14 Words” seen on posters at these events is a reference to the popular white supremacist slogan “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.” The slogan was coined by David Lane, a member of the white supremacist terrorist group known as The Order, who later died in prison in 2007.
It also is sometimes used in reference to the slogan, “Because the beauty of the White Aryan woman must not perish from the earth,” which was also coined by Lane.

Why law center says White Lives Matter is a hate group but Black Lives Matter is not

In the 1980s, the Southern Poverty Law Center – an organization born of the civil rights movement – began tracking extremist organizations they deemed “hate groups” in the United States.
At the time, most were white supremacist organizations finding renewed footing after a resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan.
They called it Klanwatch, then eventually the Intelligence Project.
In the nearly 40 years since, hundreds of groups that ascribe to varying brands of inflammatory ideology – Neo-Nazism, anti-gay, anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant, Holocaust denial, black separatist – have been lumped into the list. There is even a “general hate” category.

SPLC wrote explaining why “Black Lives Matter is not a hate group . . . hate groups are, by our definition, those that vilify entire groups of people based on immutable characteristics such as race or ethnicity.”
The law center is left-leaning, a nugget conservatives and even moderates have used to deem some SPLC distinctions illegitimate – especially when it labeled the Family Research Council, a conservative organization, a hate group for its stance on homosexuality.
But the center’s most recent critique came this summer from some conservatives after ambush shootings in Dallas and Baton Rouge killed eight police officers.
Thousands signed Change.org petitions, the center received direct requests and conservative commentators joined the chorus of critics demanding a hate group designation for Black Lives Matter.

The question as to whether the White Lives Matter group is a white supremacist group was asked, yet again, after protesters with the organization set up shop outside of the NAACP in Houston on Aug. 21.

The group waved Confederate flags – a historic symbol, yes, but one that is also associated with slavery and oppression – and wore guns. As a result not everyone was convinced when Ken Reed, one of the protesters, said, “It has nothing to do with racism on our part.”
“The Confederate flag throws me off,” resident Quintina Richardson said during the protest. “You’re saying Black Lives Matter is a racist organization but when you’re throwing the Confederate flag up and saying White Lives Matter, are you saying you’re racist?”
Black Lives Matter movement’s motives questioned
The same question has been asked about the Black Lives Matter movement, the movement which inadvertently birthed its antithesis.
The Southern Poverty Law Center took notice after many requests to label the Black Lives Matter movement a hate group came across its figurative desks in the wake of the murder of eight Dallas and Baton Rouge police officers.

Do ‘White Lives Matter’ in Charlotte? 

The ongoing protests in Charlotte over the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott has some outraged observers wondering if “white lives matter.”

Influential finance blogger Zero Hedge, among others http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-09-22/do-whitelivesmatter-charlotte , have drawn attention to a video posted on social media that appears to show Charlotte protestors “beating, dragging, stripping, and laughing at an innocent white man.”http://livestream.com/accounts/8522553/events/3012740/player

@Emma1510R
Videos emerge of protesters attacking white bystanders in Charlotte http://dailym.ai/2d6N1w7 via http://dailym.ai/android #whitelivesmatter

Other videos emerged on social media showing protesters attacking white bystanders. Users tweeted them out using the hashtag #WhiteLivesMatter.

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WiFi can Spy on U

A pair of MIT researchers wrote in 2013 they could use a router to detect the number of humans in a room and identify some basic arm gestures, even through a wall. They could tell how many people were in a room from behind a solid wooden door, a 6-inch hollow wall supported by steel beams, or an 8-inch concrete wall, and detect messages drawn in the air from a distance of five meters, but still in another room, with 100 percent accuracy.

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WiFi can Spy on U

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City dwellers spend nearly every moment of every day awash in Wi-Fi signals. Homes, streets, businesses and office buildings are constantly blasting wireless signals every which way for the benefit of nearby phones, tablets, laptops, wearables and other connected paraphernalia.

When those devices connect to a router, they send requests for information, a weather forecast, the latest sports scores, a news article, and, in turn, receive that data, all over the air. As it communicates with the devices, the router is also gathering information about how its signals are traveling through the air, and whether they’re being disrupted by obstacles or interference. With that data, the router can make small adjustments to communicate more reliably with the devices it’s connected to.

But it can also be used to monitor humans, and in surprisingly detailed ways.

As people move through a space with a Wi-Fi signal, their bodies affect it, absorbing some waves and reflecting others in various directions. By analyzing the exact way a Wi-Fi signal is altered when a human moves through it, researchers can “see” what someone writes with their finger in the air, identify a particular person by the way they walk, and even read a person’s lips with startling accuracy, in some cases even if a router isn’t in the same room as the person performing the actions.

Several recent experiments have focused on using Wi-Fi signals to identify people, either based on their body shape or the specific way they tend to move. Earlier this month, a group of computer-science researchers at Northwestern Polytechnic University in China posted a paper to an online archive of scientific research, detailing a system that can accurately identify humans as they walk through a door nine times out of 10.

The system must first be trained: It has to learn individuals’ body shapes so it can identify them later. After memorizing body shapes, the system, which the researchers named FreeSense, watches for people walking across its line of sight. If it’s told the next passerby will be one of two people, the system can correctly identify which it is 95 percent of the time. If it’s choosing between six people, it identifies the right one 89 percent of the time.

The researchers proposed using their technology in a smart-home setting: If the router senses one person’s entry into a room, it could communicate with other connected devices—lights, appliances, window shades—to customize the room to that person’s preferences.

FreeSense mirrored another Wi-Fi-based identification system a group of researchers from Australia and the U.K. presented at a conference earlier this year. Their system, Wi-Fi ID, focused on gait as a way to identify people from among a small group.

It achieved 93 percent accuracy when choosing among two people, and 77 percent when choosing from among six. Eventually, the researchers wrote, the system could become accurate enough it could sound an alarm if an unrecognized intruder entered.

Something in the way? No problem. A pair of MIT researchers wrote in 2013 they could use a router to detect the number of humans in a room and identify some basic arm gestures, even through a wall. They could tell how many people were in a room from behind a solid wooden door, a 6-inch hollow wall supported by steel beams, or an 8-inch concrete wall, and detect messages drawn in the air from a distance of five meters, but still in another room, with 100 percent accuracy.

Using more precise sensors, the same MIT researchers went on to develop systems that can distinguish between different people standing behind walls, and remotely monitor breathing and heart rates with 99 percent accuracy.

President Obama got a glimpse of the latter technology during last year’s White House Demo Day in the form of Emerald, a device geared toward elderly people that can detect physical activity and falls throughout an entire home. The device even tries to predict falls before they happen by monitoring a person’s movement patterns.

Beyond human identification and general gesture recognition, Wi-Fi signals can be used to discern even the slightest of movements with extreme precision.

A system called “WiKey” presented at a conference last year could tell what keys a user was pressing on a keyboard by monitoring minute finger movements. Once trained, WiKey could recognize a sentence as it was typed with 93.5 percent accuracy, all using nothing but a commercially available router and some custom code created by the researchers.

And a group of researchers led by a Berkeley Ph.D. student presented technology at a 2014 conference that could “hear” what people were saying by analyzing the distortions and reflections in Wi-Fi signals created by their moving mouths. The system could determine which words from a list of lip-readable vocabulary were being said with 91 percent accuracy when one person was speaking, and 74 percent accuracy when three people were speaking at the same time.

Many researchers presented their Wi-Fi sensing technology as a way to preserve privacy while still capturing important data. Instead of using cameras to monitor a space, recording and preserving everything that happens in detail, a router-based system could detect movements or actions without intruding too much, they said.

But as Wi-Fi “vision” evolves, it may become more adaptable and need less training. And if a hacker is able to gain access to a router and install a WiKey-like software package, or trick a user into connecting to a malicious router, he or she can try to eavesdrop on what’s being typed nearby without the user ever knowing.

Because all of these ideas piggyback on one of the most ubiquitous wireless signals, they’re ripe for wide distribution once they’re refined, without the need for any new or expensive equipment. Routers could soon keep kids and older adults safe, log daily activities, or make a smart home run more smoothly, but, if invaded by a malicious hacker, they could also be turned into incredibly sophisticated hubs for monitoring and surveillance.

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