Monthly Archives: June 2019

Let There be more Light at the Corridors of Worship Places

By |June 17th, 2019|

The critics of faith have been arguing that religion has harmed the world more than benefiting it.  Yes, it’s true that many of the major wars on the earth have been fought in the defense of religion as the famous Battle of Badr and Battle of Uhud in Islam or the Crusades in Christianity but relating the modern chaos to religion is not right. The difference between the old wars and the current is a matter of intention.

Muhammad (PBUH) fought not only in the name of religion but also against injustice, dishonesty, and oppression. Through the conquest of Makah, […]

Globalization: A Blessing Or Threat?

By |June 13th, 2019|

The world was never this much integrated as it is today. The man of today’s era cannot imagine the world working without this interconnectedness. From economic to political to socio-cultural to technological subjects, this world is linked. With each passing minutes to hours to days to months to years, we are learning something from each other. For many, globalization has taken over the process of nationalism. If the world is being known as a global village today, then it is only through the process of globalization- mixing of everything. An ideal global village gives the picture of a community free […]

Evaluating Writing Services: Advancedwriters.com

By |June 9th, 2019|

These days, there are so many online writing services offering their allegedly first-rate help to clueless students that any choice between them is done more or less at random. If you want to select a company based on meaningful factors, you have to do your homework and study reviews posted by independent sources. This article is one such review – we take a closer look at Advancedwriters.com, a rather popular writing agency, and try to decide if it is worth your patronage.

Originality and Plagiarism

The first thing that bothers any student hiring somebody to write an essay for him/her is whether […]