Day: June 23, 2011

Failed states index: Report

The top 20 failed states on this index are: Somalia Chad Sudan Congo Haiti Zimbabwe Afghanistan Central African Republic Iraq Ivory Coast Guinea Pakistan Yemen Nigeria Niger Kenya Burundi Burma Guinea-Bissau Ethiopia Read more

The Middle East’s hot September

Avi Benlolo: President Kennedy, in his first meeting with Soviet premier Khrushchev during a period of high tension between the superpowers, remarked wryly that the countries faced a cold winter ahead. Between the 10th anniversary of 9/11, the UN-sponsored Durban III hate conference and the Palestinian Authority’s planned unilateral declaration […]

Family of twins plead for deaths

DELHI – The impoverished family of Indian conjoined twins won worldwide sympathy when they rejected the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi’s offer to pay for surgery to separate them. They feared that one or both might die in the operation and could not bear to lose either. Five years later, […]

Opening of Baitul-Baqi Mosque in Dietzenbach, Germany

21.06.2011, Dietzenbach The Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, opend a Mosque in Dietzenbach, the Bait-ul-Baqi-Mosque, on 21th June 2011. More then 450 guests attended this ceremony. The city Mayor Jürgen Rogg, Ex-Mayor Jürgen Heyer and Ute Zapf (Member of the German Parlament) and judge Horst Schäfer attended the ceremony and held a […]

Picture of The Day – Who created this ?

click photo to enlarge Description: Messier 16 Emission Nebula. Distance ~7000 Light Years. Mag. 6.4. Visible Diameter 7.0′ / 7.0′. Constellation Serpens. Authors note: This is a planetary Nebula, M16 or also known as Eagle Nebula. New stars are born here. The small region on top left nebula is larger […]

Indonesia bans workers to Saudi Arabia

Indonesia, which has come under fire from abroad for its use of the death sentence, has decided is to bar its citizens from Saudi Arabia to work after an Indonesian maid was beheaded for murdering her Saudi employer. There are about 1.2 million Indonesian migrant workers in Saudi Arabia, most […]

Pakistan in the grip of Jihadis

While promoting terrorism abroad has been the trademark of Pakistan’s military establishment, new skeletons are tumbling out of the ISI’s cupboard. The “tell-all” book, Inside Al Qaeda and Taliban: Beyond bin Laden and 9/11, written by journalist Syed Saleem Shahzad, widely believed even within Pakistan to have been bumped off by […]