Day: July 2, 2015

Fight fire with fire

Fight fire with fire Smoke rises in Egypt’s North Sinai as seen from the border of southern Gaza Strip with Egypt July 1, 2015. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa The Daily Star Terror has arrived in Egypt, after years of simmering tension and periodic upsurges in violence. But this week’s assassination of […]

Pancreatic cancer blood test breakthrough

Source: BBC By James Gallagher; Health editor, BBC News website Scientists believe they are close to a blood test for pancreatic cancer – one of the hardest tumours to detect and treat. The test, which they describe as “a major advance”, hunts for tiny spheres of fat that are shed by […]

The Struggle For The Soul of The Church

Source: The Huffington Post By Paul Brandeis Raushenbush; Executive Editor Of Global Spirituality and Religion, The Huffington Post Below is an edited version of the Keynote delivered in at the United Church of Christ General Synod on June 29, 2015 in Cleveland, Oh. The theme of the Synod was “Unexpected Places.” It […]

HIV, hepatitis risk for many Sydney dental patients

Source: BBC Thousands of Sydney dental patients may have been exposed to HIV and hepatitis, according to health authorities. A New South Wales (NSW) Health spokesman said at least 11,000 patients of two dental operators were at “low risk” because of poor cleaning and sterilisation practices. Patients who had invasive […]

Malta: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community donates to Angela House, Msida school & Rainbow Ward

Source: Ahmadiyya donates to Angela House Fruit hampers, selection of educational toys and children’s books were donated to the children living at Angela House, Pieta, by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Malta. President of the Ahmadiyya community, Laiq Ahmed Atif, together with community members visited Angela House on Tuesday June 23, and […]

Savor true Hijazi taste this Ramadan

RIMA AL-MUKHTAR Published — Wednesday 1 July 2015   Ramadan is that time of the year when most people go back to their roots in terms of their traditions, clothing, culture and food. You find long queues in front of small, local restaurants that sell ful (mashed fava beans) and […]

To defuse tension about Al Aqsa

Jul 01,2015 – Jordan Times Despite the lack of a political horizon in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, one area that appears to witness a de-escalation of tensions might be Al Aqsa Mosque. According to a just-released comprehensive report by the Brussels-based International Crisis Group, Jordan and Israel are close to an agreement […]