Day: April 20, 2013

To Boston From Kabul With Love

Source: NBC News via Wasim Sr. A chicken vendor in Kabul, Afghanistan expresses sympathy for Bostonians after the marathon attack.By Ron Mott, Correspondent, NBC News KABUL – After more than three decades of war, you would think Afghans would be desensitized to violent attacks like the Boston Marathon explosion. A Boston-based […]

Ahmadiyah sect under siege in Indonesia

Bangkok Post: Online news: A group of minority Ahmadiyah Muslims have been holed up in an Indonesian mosque since authorities shuttered it earlier this month, in a stand-off that starkly illustrates the religious intolerance sweeping the country. A member of the Ahmadiyah Islamic sect, Mohammad Iqbal stands behind a door at […]

Forced disappearances key problem

Source: The Daily Star The United States has identified forced disappearances, discrimination against marginalised groups, and poor working conditions and labour rights are the significant human rights problems in Bangladesh. In its annual human rights report, the State Department criticised a host of human rights problems in Bangladesh, particularly arbitrary […]

Accept Supreme Court decision says Maulvi Mohammed Yussif Yawson, the Acting Ameer of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission Ghana (West Africa)

Source: | Politics of Saturday, 20 April 2013 The Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission of Ghana has appealed to the key actors in the judicial contest of the 2012 presidential elections to accept the decision of the Supreme Court. Maulvi Mohammed Yussif Yawson, the Acting Ameer of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, made the […]