Day: August 23, 2011

Muslims holding open house in Windsor

Source; Windsor Star A Toronto-based youth association is hoping to dispel misconceptions about Islam and the Qur’an by hosting an open house in Windsor this week.The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association Canadas met with Canadians across the county over the last few months to promote peace, condemn terrorism and raise awareness […]

Picture of Day: The Old World Monkeys

Source / Courtesy:  BBC A baby lion-tailed macaque clings to its mother at Berlin’s Zoological Gardens. The Old World monkey is among the rarest and most threatened primates. The Holy Quran uses the metaphor of apes for misguided people, for example: And when they insolently rebelled against that which they […]


Ansar Raza SYNOPSIS Two Groups—What about the Imam Mahdi?—Birth of Hadhrat Isaas is a Sign—Like Adam—Allegation of Adultery—Yahya (as) Dutiful towards Parents / Isa (as) towards Mother—Call them by their Fathers—Who Started Celibacy: Jews or Christians? TWO GROUPS It is a well-known fact that Hadhrat Isaas was born without a […]

EC to send framework for committee by Sept 7

KUALA LUMPUR:The Election Commission has been tasked with drawing up a framework for the parliamentary select committee on electoral reforms to be sent to the cabinet on Sept 7. Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz said the framework, raised by “legal non-governmental organisations”, would […]

Sighting of Syawal moon set on Aug 29

KUALA LUMPUR:The Office of the Keeper of the Rulers’ Seal today announced 30 locations for the sighting of the Syawal moon on Aug 29 to determine the date for Aidilfitri this year. The Conference of Rulers have agreed that determining the Aidilfitri date would be based on “rukyah” (sighting of […]

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia and China will sign a memorandum of understanding early next month to fight human trafficking and to cooperate on security issues. The MoU is part of Malaysia’s attempt to deal directly with countries of origin, transit and destination for human trafficking, Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein said. […]

Indonesians top list in 6P exercise

PUTRAJAYA: Indonesians top the list of foreign workers registered in the ongoing 6P comprehensive registration exercise. Until 8am yesterday, 896,643 Indonesians – which make up 46% of workers from 12 countries – had registered under the Immigration Department’s biometric registration exercise that started on July 13. Home Ministry deputy secretary-general […]

Jesus Trained and Died In India

Source: PR Web   Cupertino, CA (PRWEB) August 22, 2011 According to a free new documentary film by producer Frank Huguenard, much of what is considered to be the basis for modern Christianity can legitimately be called into question. Is it possible that starting at the age of 13, Jesus learned to […]

West and the rest

Source: Times of India As the United States and Europe struggle to contain their debt crises, the decline of the West and ‘the rise of the rest’ increasingly shape the international political discourse. Analysts around the world predict the dawn of a new world order led by mostly non-western giants […]

Google will Photograph Israel’s Streets

……. Now, after careful reviewing of the laws in place, Israel has finally agreed to let Street View photograph the streets and bylanes of Israel, but not before Google complies to the set of laws laid down by the government. According to a post of the Israeli Ministry of Justice’s […]

Ahmadis in West Java Fear They’re Next

The Ahmadiyah community in Cianjur, West Java, is airing fears of violence and retaliation after a court in Banten recently jailed 12 men for an attack there that left three members of the minority Muslim sect dead………. Firdaus Mubarik, a spokesman for the Indonesian Ahmadiyah Congregation (JAI), said that Ahmadi […]