Day: September 29, 2014

Belgium tries 46 over Syria jihadist links

Source: BBC Related Stories ‘Over 3,000 Europeans join jihadis’ Enforcing UN resolution on foreign jihadists Why is Islamic State so violent? Forty-six people have gone on trial in Antwerp on charges of belonging to a group that sent jihadists to Syria, the largest case of its kind in Belgium. Prosecutors […]

UK: The Shaikh Google Is The Real Threat

Forget Radicalisation in Mosques – ‘Sheikh Google’ Is the Real Threat to Young Muslims   By Radhika Sanghani 25 Sep 2014 In recent weeks, the so-called Islamic State has committed horrific acts of terrorism. They’re thought to have murdered British hostage David Haines, and American journalists James Foley and Steven […]

Ghana: Ahmadiyya community appoints new Ameer

Source: The Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, Ghana, has officially appointed Maulvi Mohammed Bin Salih, as the new Ameer and Missionary-in-charge to manage the affairs of the mission. A statement issued in Accra by Ahmad N.Twumasi, Public Relations Officer and copied to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) on Monday said Hadhrat Mirza […]

It’s perfectly reasonable to negotiate with villains like Isis, so why don’t we do it and save some lives? – Nobody criticises the Israeli government when it swaps prisoners with Hezbollah

by Robert Fisk, The Independent   He’s offered to do a deal with Isis. No, not David Cameron. Not Obama, of course. I’m talking about Walid Jumblatt, the Lebanese Druze leader. He’s demanding that the Lebanese government swap Islamist prisoners for 21 soldiers and policemen held by Isis and Jabhat al-Nusra. […]

KSA has allocated SR252bn in foreign aid since 1990 (67.2 billion US$)m but actually delivered so far only 10.9 billion US$

Saudi Arabia allocated SR252 billion ($67.2 billion) in aid to foreign countries between 1990 and 2014, according to a financial report.Saudis gave SR85 billion ($22.7 billion) in aid to nine Arab countries, namely Egypt, Yemen, Jordan, Bahrain, Oman, Palestine, Morocco, Sudan, and Djibouti, between 2011-2014, said the report. According to […]