Story Summary Over 4,000 fighters from Lebanon’s Hezbollah have reached the northern Syrian city of Aleppo as part of military preparations to retake the rebel-held city, a spokesman for the Free Syrian Army told The Daily Star Tuesday. According to Meqdad, Hezbollah’s military involvement in Syria showed that Syrian government […]
KUALA LUMPUR: Muslim minority communities in the Asean region that are struggling for greater rights should not seek independence but rather meaningful autonomy, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. He said Muslim communities, such as those in the Philippines, Thailand and Myanmar, should recognise their responsibilities within their […]
June 4, 2013 – 22:18 By Tomasz Janowski ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistan’s economy is in its worst shape in nearly a decade and yet there is a sense of hope that the incoming government not only seems to know what is needed to fix it but, for once, may also […]
JEDDAH: IBRAHIM NAFFEE & SARAH ABDULLAH ARABNEWS Wednesday 5 June 2013 With the holy month of Ramadan around the corner, the Consumer Protection Association (CPA) has launched a campaign to […]
Wednesday 5 June 2013 A major low-cost housing project is being implemented in Makkah to accommodate 2,300 Saudi families. Municipal and Rural Affairs Minister Prince Mansour yesterday inspected the progress […]
By Caleb Hellerman, CNN updated 1:06 PM EDT, Tue June 4, 2013 (CNN) — It turns out sunscreen does more than protect you from cancer and painful sunburns — it offers a boost to simple vanity. A new study finds that regular sunscreen use protects against photoaging: the wrinkling, spotting and loss of elasticity […]
Source: New Haven Register Op-ed By Dr. Suhail Hussain The news seems to report much about problem leaders of the Muslim world. They include bloodthirsty extremists, fiery Mullahs and unyielding […]
Report: Lajna Imaillah of the France Ahmadiyya Community successfully accomplished a seminar upon “The Status of Women in Islam”
Source: cultures-et-croyances.com Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CulturesCroyances This study is the written transcript of the seminar organized by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Association of France Saturday, May 11, 2013. The subjects were divided […]
Report: Jalsa Khilafat Day (Youm-e-Khilafat) celebrated by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, Mumbai, India
In accordance with the directives of the Markaz, Jalsa Khilafat Day was celebrated by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, Mumbai on 27th May 2013, at it’s Mission House, at Alhaq bldg, […]
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Source: academictips.org In the image is Shila Ghosh, an 83-year-old woman who lives in Pali in West Bengal, a state in the eastern region of India and is the nation’s fourth-most […]
Source: alislam.org An interactive talk show discussing and answering questions in relation to the beliefs of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, thus rectifying misconceptions.
(Reuters) – Trade deficit widened in April as a rise in imports offset a rebound in exports, suggesting that trade remained a drag on economic growth as the second quarter started. The Commerce Department said on Tuesday the trade gap increased 8.5 percent to $40.3 billion. March’s shortfall on the […]
The Toronto Star, June 4, 2013 By: San Grewal Urban Affairs Reporter, Published on Mon Jun 03 2013 Over lunch, Brampton-based newspaper journalist Satpaul Singh Johal asks if Rob Ford will retire. He’s already written one news story about the Toronto mayor’s video scandal and has just penned an analysis […]
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Source: BBC Radio Via Ahmadiyya.org. UK Click HERE to watch and listen the comments in Youtube. Click HERE to watch another interesting video by Mr Rafiq Hayat, National Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK.
Source: New Haven Register The news seems to report much about problem leaders of the Muslim world. They include bloodthirsty extremists, fiery Mullahs and unyielding autocrats. Also, throw in the chatter from absolute cynics who can’t believe that a practicing Muslim could possibly live a life of peace. And we […]
Lanky models in high heels saunter down the catwalk, one wearing a huge pink rose headpiece while another’s face is draped in a taupe silk headscarf adorned with dangling gold […]
The organisers of the 7th London Sukluk Summit, scheduled for the 12th – 13th of June 2013 at the Jumeirah Carlton in Knightsbridge London, are pleased to announce the sponsorship […]
Global Post: ISTANBUL, Turkey — From every corner of this vast city they came to Taksim square, the scene of government attempts to replace a public park with a mall. […]