BY ARTHUR HALL Editor-at-large firstname.lastname@example.org Tuesday, March 02, 2021 http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/apps/pbcsi.dll/storyimage/JO/20210302/ARTICLE/303029952/AR/0/AR-303029952.jpg&maxh=332&maxw=504 MEMBERS of at least one Muslim community in Jamaica are prepared to observe the Government’s two-week ban on burials, even though this goes against a key tenet of their faith. Tariq Azeem, missionary for the Ahmadiyya Muslim community in Jamaica, […]
Jamaica Beacon BEACON OF THE DAY NEWS January 1, 2021 Tianna Murray, who grew up in a single-parent household in the inner-city community of Arnett Gardens in Kingston, was de-registered […]
Tariq Azeem Tuesday, January 28, 2020 5 Comments Today’s interconnected world will result in effects across the globe whenever there is conflict. I don’t wish to sound too pessimistic, […]
We call anti-migrant hostility ‘right-wing extremism’ on the streets, but what about when it comes from the state?
Recent deportations to Jamaica are proving that it’s still open season on immigrant communities, or anyone perceived to be from one Richard Sudan @richardsudan The Independent Voices The hostile atmosphere […]
By Carlotta Mohamed Enlarge this image Courtesy of Grodenchik’s office (From l. to r.) City Councilman Barry Grodenchik alongside City Councilman Rory Lancman, state Assemblyman David Weprin, Imam Mahmood Kauser […]
Umair Khan Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Jamaica launched its first Summer Youth camp, called “Work Hard, Play Hard Summer Camp” on 9 July 2018. The purpose of this summer camp […]
A new album looks at the close links between the Rastafari religion and reggae music Bob Marley: his popularity spread the Rasta gospel. Photograph: Peter Still/Redferns Jim Carroll Thu, […]