Day: May 1, 2017

Le Pen Aide Is Fired Over Holocaust Comments

Source: The New York Times By BENOÎT MORENNE The French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen speaking this month in Arcis-sur-Aube, near Troyes, France. She has temporarily stepped down as leader of the far-right National Front. CreditKamil Zihnioglu/Associated Press PARIS — The interim leader that Marine Le Pen chose to run […]

Indonesia female clerics issue fatwa against child marriage

By: AFP | Cirebon | Published:April 28, 2017 7:50 am It urged the government to raise the minimum legal age for women to marry to 18 from the current age of 16. File photo of Muslim girls attending a class meeting at the Darul Muttaqien Islamic boarding school in Bogor, Indonesia, in […]

Switzerland: Key Statistics

MAY 1, 2017 – How many people live in Switzerland and which languages do they speak? How high is the poverty line? Here you’ll find hard facts about the country at a glance. With a populationexternal link of 8,417,700 permanent residents at the end of 2016, Switzerland is the world’s 97th largest […]

Bermuda: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community host an open air exhibition as part of their #TrueIslam Campaign

Source: Photos: Ahmadiyya Muslim Open Air Exhibition As part of their educational campaign against extremism, Bermuda’s Ahmadiyya Muslim Community hosted an open air exhibition today [April 29] on Kindley Field Road in the east end, with educational material and free copies of the Holy Quran, with both English and Portuguese […]

Australia: Government sells Narrabundah land to the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community to build their first mosque in Canberra

Source: | Stephen Jeffery A vacant block behind the Narrabundah Ball Park could soon be home to the first permanent Ahmadi mosque in Canberra. The city’s Ahmadiyya Muslim community is one step closer to securing a custom-built mosque after the government offered the 4000 square metre block for their use. Ahmadiyya […]