Day: January 7, 2017

Faith on the Hill

Source: Pew Research Center The religious composition of the 115th Congress By Aleksandra Sandstrom The share of U.S. adults who describe themselves as Christians has been declining for decades, but […]

USA: West Chicago’s High School Students & Staff visit Ahmadiyya Muslims’ Bait-ul-Jaamay Mosque in Glen Ellyn

“Islam provides peace, tolerance, respect and freedom of Faith to all without any discrimination of religion, race or color. The awaited Messiah of all has come.” -said Imam shamshad of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Glen Ellyn, Chicago. Report by Iqbal Majeed On Tuesday, December 13th, 2016, more than sixty high school […]

Woman in burqa molested in Bangalore

Source: ET Almost a week after Bangalore made headlines the world over for incidents of mass molestation and assault on New Year’s Eve, another incident of alleged molestation has surfaced; this time against a young burqa-clad woman. A young woman wearing a burqa was reportedly attacked by a man early Friday morning in the city’s KG Haali […]

Hope for a better UN

Jan 05,2017 – JORDAN TIMES EDITORIAL Antonio Guterres, the new secretary general of the United Nations who replaced Ban Ki-moon, assumed his post on January 1 with a pledge to overhaul the world body. Guterres is aware that there is widespread scepticism and cynicism about the UN, and that much […]