Day: June 21, 2011

35th Annual Ahmadiyya Convention, Canada

June 20, 2011 Baitul Islam Mosque, Maple, Ontario A briefing session regarding 35th Annual Convention of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community was held for media and press personals at Baitul Islam Mosque, Maple, on June 20th. The session was attended by more than 50 representatives from various newspapers and Televisions. Introducing the event, the […]

Egypt: Elections or Constitution First?

Political forces in Egypt today face a dilemma: either proceed ahead expeditiously to elections in order to end the post-revolutionary rule of the military or slow down the electoral timetable and prioritize the writing of a new constitution. New political parties want more time to organize; parties, movements associated with […]

BBC to show film on Muhammad’s life

Monday, 20 June 2011 The BBC is to trace the journey of the Islamic prophet Muhammad for a new series which is claimed to be a first for British television. Al Jazeera reporter Rageh Omaar will present the three-part programme for BBC2, following in the prophet’s footsteps from Mecca and along the journeys he took […]

West Central Wildcats surge past Mustangs

The West Central Wildcats rebounded from last Saturday’s 20-11 loss to the Indiana Generals in their season opener to get a dominant 34-0 win Saturday against the Kosciuscko County Mustangs. After the Mustangs’ first drive sputtered out, West Central took a quick lead on a trick play. Quarterback Cogan Keith […]

WOW bus coming to Brazil Walmart

On Saturday, the Women’s Wellness on Wheels (WOW) Bus will be at the Brazil Walmart. The bus will be at the location looking for 6-10 women to come to the bus during this time to receive the education and mini-physicals as well as helping troubleshoot processes. The event is sponsored […]

Immigrant Students Graduate with Honors

Hailing from countries as varied as Togo and Sri Lanka, Poland and the Dominican Republic, immigrant students made their mark among The City University of New York’s Class of 2011, winning competitive academic honors and heading for some of the finest graduate programs in the world. High-achieving immigrants graduating from […]

Humanity First volunteers in Ghana

A medical team from the US is in the country to train, educate and share ideas with surgical providers in the country. Humanity First, USA Chapter has sent under the programme 14 medical volunteers, surgeons, anesthesiologists and nurses from the John Hopkins University Hospital of California and San Francisco to […]