Day: August 11, 2011

Oldest American Muslim Organization Attends White House Iftar Dinner

Source: Cision Wire Leader of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA speaks with President Obama about 9/11 commemoration The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA’s National Vice President, Mr. Naseem Mahdi, attended the annual White House Iftar Dinner last night, along with other American  Muslim leaders. President Obama highlighted the many contributions and services of […]

Cost of Living Soars in Brazil

Source : The Rio Times RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Brazil’s two biggest cities, Rio and São Paulo, have been ranked amongst the top fifteen most expensive cities in the world for expats, according to Mercer’s Worldwide Cost of Living Survey published last month. The report has Luanda, Angola as the […]

Prophethood in Islam: Explanation of the Finality of Prophethood and Khatm-e-Nabuwat by Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad (English)

On 7th September 1974, the government of Pakistan declared the members of Ahmadiyya Muslim community as non-Muslims. Every year this day is celebrated in Pakistan as a great success and victory; today’s Jang Newspaper, a leading Urdu newspaper of Pakistan has given a very detailed coverage to this and dedicated a full page to this subject […]

Britain bans radical rabbi

TEL AVIV, Israel (Ma’an) — The British border agency has informed a fundamentalist Rabbi that he will not be allowed to enter the country for the next three years, Israeli daily Haaretz reported Thursday. Rabbi Yosef Elitzur received a letter from the British authorities, signed by the home secretary, informing […]

Indonesian Muslim Groups to Aid Terror Agency on Education

Indonesia’s anti-terrorism agency signed a memorandum of understanding with eight Muslim organizations to study programs that could help prevent attacks fueled by religious extremism. Among the groups to sign the agreement was Nahdlatul Ulama, the country’s biggest Muslim group. The memorandum calls for discussions about religious radicalism without providing details […]

Do Critics Actually Read the Quran?

Source: The Huffington Post Ramadan is upon us — a time of fasting, charity, prayer … and fighting off Islamophobia. Norweigian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik killed 76 innocent people in a demented campaign to destroy Islam. Comedian Bill Maher recently called the Quran a “hate-filled holy book.” Evangelical atheist Sam […]