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Short Essay on Coronavirus

Coronavirus is a group of large viruses that are responsible for normally causing disease in mammals and birds, however, in suitable and favorable conditions, the virus can affect and cause disease in humans as well. Due to the recent coronavirus attacks, Several people have died as a result of this disease left untreated and unchecked in China. Since Pakistan is China’s neighbor, it is important to stay on alert for coronavirus and take safety precautions against it.  Death from coronavirus is only due to negligence and lack of proper and timely treatment. Normally. if coronavirus is caught and diagnosed at an early stage and recommended with the proper medication, treatment plans, and precautions, then it is healed properly.  Causes of Coronavirus:  Coronavirus is a kind of common virus that causes common cold in humans. It can cause an infection in your nose, sinuses, or upper throat. Coronavirus spreads through infected people to others via air and other media. It started out in Ch


Of all the great nations of the world that have contributed to the building of human civilization, none perhaps have wielded the sword and pen with equal success than the nomadic Arabs. Issuing from their desert tents, they, in a remarkably short time, founded the mightiest Empire of the Mediaeval era, which stretched from the shores of the Atlantic in the West to the walls of China in the East. Their territorial conquests were not like those of Changiz, Hulaku, Atilla and Hannibal, culminating in the destruction of humanity and civilization. Instead, the Arab conquerors were the harbingers, protectors and patrons of civilizations and cultures. They proved to be the greatest administrators and reformers. In this way, they had won the hearts of the conquered races and ruled not only on their bodies but also on their souls. Thus they brought about the greatest revolution in the history of mankind-a revolution which embraced all branches of human activity. The outstanding Generals, during


Hazrat Sa’ad ibn Wakka’s, one of the oldest and most trusted companions of the Prophet of Islam, was the conqueror of Iraq and Persia. He was a great Arab General, who embraced Islam at the early age of 17 . He was one of the ten Companions of the Prophet who were promised Paradise during their lifetime. Hazrat Sa’ad was a famous warrior and General who took a leading part in the battles of “Badr” and “Uhd” and also in the campaigns that followed. When Muthanna who assumed command of Muslim forces at Al Hira (Iraq) after the departure of Khalid bin Waleed to Syria, asked for reinforcements in order to meet the threat of the ever-increasing Persian hordes, the Second Caliph of Islami himself wanted to assume the command. A large force gathered at Madina and Umar wanted to march at their head. Great enthusiasm prevailed there. But he was dissuaded by his Companions, who insisted that the central authority should remain in the Capital. At last Sa’ad ibn Wakka’s was selected to assume t


Babur, the founder of the great Mughal Empire in India, was a direct descendant of the two greatest conquerors of the world: Timur and Chengiz Khan-from the former from father’s side and from the latter from mother’s side. Born in 1482 at Farghana, a small town situated in a charming country of vales and mountains, enclosed by the Amu Darya and Syr Darya, abounding in roses, melons and pomegranates, and reputed for all sorts of games and sports, Zahiruddin Muhammad, surnamed Babur “the Tiger” was a Chagatai Turk by race. His father, Sheikh Umar, was a pleasant brave man whose generosity was large and who possessed great humour and eloquence. Babur’s uncle, a great soldier, was the King of Samarkand. Babur himself, a true child of the race, was handsome, affable and fearless, an expert polo player and a deadly shot with the bow. He could swim across mighty rivers and could climb mountains with two men under his arms. In 1494 A.C. Sheikh Umar died in an accident. Immediately anarch


The great Ottoman Empire, spread over three continents-Europe, Asia, and Africa-was like a tongue, surrounded by 32 teeth -the Christian European States—which were continuously plotting against it. It was headed by a succession of six brilliant rulers, who, side by side with braving the onslaughts of Christian monarchs, extended the boundary of the Turkish Empire up to the gates of Vienna. The greatest of all Ottoman Emperors was Sulaiman I, better known in history as Sulaiman, the “Magnificent” , or Sulaiman, the “Lawgiver” . Sulaiman, son of the Ottoman Emperor Salim and Aisha Sultan, was born in 1494-95 A.C. He was given a thorough education, both in the arts of war and peace, by his illustrious father. Later, he was appointed the Governor of Maghnisa and ascended the throne on September 20, 1520, A.C. , eight days after his father’s death. Thereafter, started a career, which was brilliant both in war as well as in peace and won for Sulaiman an honored place amongst the greatest


Arabia, the birthplace of Islam, which had witnessed its golden era during the lifetime of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and the thirty years of the unprecedented glorious rule of the four Pious Caliphs, better known as “Khilafat-e-Rashida” , later degenerated into a regrettable state of disintegration and discord, lasting for about a thousand years. With the decline of the Abbaside Caliphate, the Arabian peninsula was left to its fate, culminating into tribal rivalries and discord which led to its degeneration. The Ottomans, no doubt, did take interest in the building of Holy Shrines in the cities of Makkah and Madina, but they paid little interest to the welfare of the Arabs, who were groaning under poverty and tribal strife. They acted on the well-known maxim of divide and rule by setting one tribe against the other. The Western powers, too, had shown their interest in Arab affairs, particularly in the Gulf States by the end of 18th Century A.C. The British people, who enter


A formidable force of Hindu warriors drawn from different parts of India had arrayed themselves on the plains of Kathiawar against a small Muslim army led by Mahmood of Ghazni. The large Hindu army led by hundreds of war elephants was characterized by massive pomp and pageantry. On the other hand, Mahmood’s troops hardly one-tenth of the opposing force, who trekked through a trackless desert, were too tired and, therefore, hesitated to meet such a powerful enemy. But Mahmood was too steadfast and valiant to lose heart. He prayed for Divine assistance against the infidels who, in the past, had broken many pledges and treaties made with the Muslims and he had come to punish them for their treachery. He made a memorable speech before his weary soldiers which steeled their determination to crush the enemy. A loud cry of Allah-o-Akbar (God is Great) rent the air, and the Muslims, led by Mahmood, made a desperate charge on the serried ranks of the perfidious infidels. They fought like heroes


Abu Ali Hasan ibn Ali ibn Ishaq, better known as Nizamul Mulk Toosi, was the celebrated Grand Vizier of the Seljuk ruler, Malik Shah. Being one of the ablest and most talented Prime Ministers that the Muslim world has produced, Nizamul Mulk ranks high among the greatest administrators and statesmen of the world. The celebrated historian Phillip K. Hitti calls him “one of the ornaments of the political history of Islam” , and another well-known orientalist, Ameer Ali says: “Nizamul Mulk was probably, after Yahya Barmaki, the ablest Minister and Administrator Asia has ever produced” . Nizamul Mulk was born on April 10, 1018, A. C. at Radkhan, a village near Toos. His father was a revenue agent on behalf of the Ghaznavide King. He got proficiency in almost all sciences and arts at an early age. In 1054 he joined the service of Alp Arsalan, the Seljuk Prince. Later, when Alp Arsalan ascended the throne, Nizamul Mulk was made his Grand Vizier. Nizamul Mulk Toosi continued in office under


About 50 years ago, in 1926 , when my mother, grandmother, and father had gone for a pilgrimage to the Holy cities of Makkah and Madina, they tredded on camelback in July Sun, reaching Madina, about 475 kilometers from Makkah in more than a fortnight. Today, this distance is covered in 3% to 5 hours by a first-class car, running at a speed of 120 K. M. per hour on a first-class metalled road. Saudi Arabia is totally a changed country today. Its rise has been meteoric and its transformation so wonderful as if accomplished through the legendary Aladin’s Lamp of the famous Arabian Nights. The factors responsible for this dramatic change have been the discovery of an enormous quantity of fluid gold beneath its arid surface which has made Saudi Arabia the greatest oil exporter in the world and the wise statesmanship of its dynamic and beloved ruler, Faisal bin Abd al-Aziz who united the oil-producing Middle East countries as never before and used this as a weapon against the Western Oi