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HUMAN HISTORY has been in absolutely compelling chaos - endlessly catastrophic, often tragic and and at times romantic or comic. A spiral of certainty in uncertainty, an effort to decipher countless events and a hope to prepare for might occur tomorrow, have been a few constant endeavors of our civilization.

Almost six months ago, many among us, from around the world wouldn't have thought about being  locked up in our homes, with no physical interaction with the world except our immediate family members.

Arguably, it is an unprecedented time to be alive, the  Covid-19 pandemic has gone about redefining our entire lives.

Our current social life reflects that of our ancestors in the cave - we interact with smallest possible number of people, leave our homes only to gather food or to attend most urgent needs and tasks, and try to keep ourselves occupied with trivial activities such as playing games or shopping compulsively.

From incurring socio-political interruptions in the Global North, in ghosting under-developed and developing countries with severe economic disruptions, this pandemic is sparing none. However, out of all the things that are bound to undergo major evolutions, the persisting political and social philosophy is one of them.

While the end of the pandemic remains indefinite, it is hard to guess whether we will ever be able to go back to the selves we once were. The World Students Society thanks author, Mahnoor Saleem.

THE Prime Minister of Pakistan urges Facebook to ban Islamophobic content   : 

 I WOULD ASK YOU TO PLACE A SIMILAR BAN ON ISLAMOPHOBIA and hate against Islam for Facebook that you have put in place for the Holocaust.

O''Captain Imran just last Sunday, came down hard on French President Emmanuel Macron for his  Islamophobic comments and urged the Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to place a similar ban on Islamophobia and hate against Islam content that had been put in place for for the holocaust.

According to the PM Office, the premier wrote a letter to the Facebook CEO and drew his attention to the growing Islamophobia that was encouraging hate, extremism and violence across the world and especially through the use of  social media platforms including Facebook.

''Given the rampant abuse and vilification of Muslims on social media platforms, I would ask you to place a similar ban on Islamophobia and hate against Islam for Facebook that you have put in place for the Holocaust,'' the premier said.

The prime minister stressed that the message of hate must be banned in total. ''One cannot send a message that while hate messages against some are unacceptable, these are acceptable against others.

He maintained that the international community should not wait for the persecution of Muslims as was being carried out in India and Indian illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir before a restriction on Islamophobia was placed.

''Nor should the world have to wait for a pogrom against Muslims, which is ongoing in countries like India and in Indian illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, to be completed before Islamophobia is banned.

''This in itself is a reflective of prejudice and bias that will encourage further radicalization''.

The prime minister while referring to Zuckerberg's step of banning any posts that criticized or questioned the holocaust, which was the culmination of the Nazi pogrom of the Jews in Germany and across Europe, said that today a similar pogrom was being witnessed against Muslims in different parts of the world.

''Unfortunately in some states, Muslims are being denied their citizenship rights and their citizenship rights and their democratic personal choices from dress to worship.

''In India anti-Muslim laws and measures such as CAA and NRC as well as targeted killings of Muslims and blaming Muslims for coronavirus are reflective of the abominable phenomenon of ''Islamophobia,'' he said.

The O''Captain pointed out that in France, Islam had been associated with terrorism and publication of blasphemous caricatures targeting the religion and the Holy Prophet [Peace be Upon Him] had been allowed.

''This will lead to further polarization and marginalization of Muslims in France. How will the French distinguish between radical extremist Muslim citizens and the mainstream Muslim citizenry of ''Islam'' he questioned.

On Wednesday last, the French President criticized Muslims and vowed not to ''give up cartoons'' depicting the Prophet Muhammad [PBUH].

He also contended that Samuel Paty - a teacher who was beheaded last month for showing sketches of Prophet Muhammad [PBUH] - was killed because Islamists want our future''.

In Sum, the World's only and best hope : The World Students Society, for every subject in the world,  thanks The Express Tribune.

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