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4 killed as Turkey intensifies attacks on ĎPKK targetsí in Iraqi Kurdistan             Biden to discuss airport security situation with Erdogan             Mysterious fire razes to rubble Rohingya refugees camp in New Delhi             Netanyahu shown the door, US pledges allegiance to new Israeli regime             Florida gov., rising GOP star, says he has not discussed 2024 with Trump             Erdogan Says US Can Rely on Turkey Once Troops Leave Afghanistan             Gas pipe explosion kills 11 in central Chinese city             Islamic Jihad urges unity to confront Israeli ícheckpoints of deathí             Beijing says small groups canít rule world as G7 adopts anti-China agenda             Texas, Arizona Govs. calling for states to send police to help deal with border crisis             Iran: Vienna talks on JCPOA revival unlikely to conclude this week             Public protests against police brutality grip Tunisia             Azerbaijan swaps 15 Armenian prisoners for map of landmines             Biden declines to hold joint news briefing after meeting Putin             Spanish father íkilled daughters, dumped bodies at sea,í say investigators            


A dark day in New Zealand / Video

image1 An Australian gunman, identified as Brenton Tarrant, attacked two mosques in the Australian city of Christchurch on Friday. The shooter live-streamed the terrorist attacks on social media. The assailant was dressed...



Muslim girl is changing the game and the conversation around Muslim women in sports

Fitriya Mohamed came to Toronto from Ethiopia at age 10, attended school for the first time and fell in love with basketball. Now she wants to create space for other Muslim women to fulfill their own hoop dreams. When Fitriya Mohamed speaks about playing basketball, it sounds like a love story. In...




NATURE SHOULDNíT BE A íWHITE SPACEí: WHY I STARTED A BLACK GIRLS CAMPING TRIP

Tianna Johnson, founder of Black Girls Camping Trip. - Copyright Paula Abu - ianna Johnson is a writer, academic and community organiser who started the Black Girls Camping Trip to encourage young, Black women to explore the benefits of the outdoors. On August 25th 2018 at 12:18AM, I tweeted:...




Surprising Ways to Beat Anxiety and Become Mentally StrongĖAccording to Science

Research-backed methods for alleviating anxiety and a healthy way to worry.Photo from Shutterstock. Do you have anxiety? Have you tried just about everything to get over it, but it just keeps coming back? Perhaps you thought you had got over it, only for the symptoms to return with a vengeance? Whatever...




Watch Your Step

Why the 10,000 daily goal is built on bad science.Getty Images. In recent years, the 10,000-steps-a-day regime has become entrenched in popular culture. You can barely walk down the street without someone stomping past you wearing a FitBit; when Jeremy Hunt was health secretary, he was often pictured...




The Case Against Stretching

Scientists are increasingly skeptical of the benefits of flexibility, but the fitness world doesnít want to hear it To be honest, writing another "stretching is useless" article feels a little bit like spiking the football. A decade ago, whenever I wrote about evidence suggesting that traditional...




Rejuvenate and reset with Ayurveda in Kerala

Night wrangles with dawn when you wake up. Birds still slumber in their nests outside your room. By 5am you join other residents for pooja in the central prayer room of the colonial-era house that dates back 370 years. The chanting and clanging cymbals in the light of the oil lamps make for an ethereal...




Japanese businessman pays $1.8 for an enormous tuna

Kiyoshi Kimura, a Japanese tycoon has bought a titanic tuna fish in return for $1.8 million at a New Year’s auction launched in Tokyo’s Toyosu fish market, Sunday. Kimura runs a franchise of restaurants, Sushi Zanmai, tags himself as a ‘Tuna King’. He has paid a huge sum of...




The Worldís First 360-Degree Rooftop Infinity Pool Is Coming to London in 2020

A revolutionary pool is coming to London next year, allowing you to float on top of a 55-story building. The world’s first 360-degree rooftop infinity pool will be located on top of a new five-star hotel called the Infinity London, according to Compass Pools, who is designing the pool. According...




10 Irresistible Smoothies to Make Right Now

Dear LIVESTRONG reader, this list is would not be possible without you! Out of the sea of smoothie recipes promising to be the perfect blend of flavor and good health, you knew what you were looking for. These are your favorite smoothie recipes, the ones you go to time and time again. Ranging from...




A dark day in New Zealand / Video

An Australian gunman, identified as Brenton Tarrant, attacked two mosques in the Australian city of Christchurch on Friday. The shooter live-streamed the terrorist attacks on social media. The assailant was dressed in a military-style uniform.   After the attack:




Imam Ali (A.S.) and the Holy Quran

We have seen so far traditions from the Sunni sources related to Imam Ali (a.s.), which prove the superiority of Ali (a.s.) over all other companions of the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.). Now after proving this fact (superiority of Ali (a.s.)) from the traditions of Holy Prophet (s.a.w.), we now take a...




Israeli Chief Rabbi Calls Black People íMonkeysí

One of Israel’s chief rabbis called black people “monkeys” during his weekly sermon. Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef’s comments were denounced as ”racially charged” and “utterly unacceptable” by the Anti-Defamation League, a New York City-based organization, Independent...




World through the aperture

Visitors are seen under blooming cherry blossoms at the East Lake Cherry Blossom Park in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, on March 9, 2018. (Photo by Reuters) A selection of photos shot recently from around the world. Artists perform during the opening ceremony of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Paralympics,...




World through the aperture

A person shovels the porch roof at her home in Auburn, Maine, the United States, March 8, 2018. (Photo by AP) A selection of photos shot recently from around the world. íMiracle Pine,í a tree which is said to symbolize hope and recovery after it survived the 2011 tsunami, stands next to a...




World through the aperture

  A goose attacks an Orthodox believer as he leaves the icy waters of a pond during the celebration of the Orthodox Epiphany holiday in Kiev, Ukraine, on January 19, 2018. (Photo by AFP)     A selection of photos shot recently from around the world. An Afghan balloon vendor...




ISIS Threatens to Attack Russia 2018 World Cup with Releasing Messi Picture

ISIS (Daesh) group has threatened to attack the 2018 World Cup in Russia via its affiliated media network with releasing the picture of one of the most famous faces of the sport and the Argentinian Barcelona star, "Lionel Messi". Employing a picture of Messi behind bars and in a prisoner suit with blood...




Some awesome Makeup Looks To Try This Halloween

If youíre looking to focus more on your Halloween makeup this year than your actual outfit, look no further! The looks we have below are so good, you can probably pair them with an outfit thatís already in your closet Everyone knows that Halloween is a time of dressing up. Itís the one day out...




Manning says she wonít be intimidated by CIA chief

American whistleblower Chelsea Manning says Central Intelligence Agency Director Mike Pompeo cannot "intimidate" her from speaking out on political issues. The transgender activist made the comments in an interview with The Daily Beast on Tuesday, accusing the intelligence community of attempts ...




How Muslimís Imam Hussein Inspired Non-Muslim Elites?

“Think not of those who are slain in God’s way as dead. Nay, they are living, finding their sustenance in the presence of their Lord.” (Qur’an 3:169) Indeed, this verse of the holy Qur’an explains that martyrdom in the path of God is not equivalent to death, for the...




What special privileges are granted to Imam Hussain (AS) by Allah (SWT)?

It is narrated from Mohammad ibn Moslem who said: I heard from Imam Baqer (AS) and Imam Sadeq (AS) who said: Allah (SWT) has granted three special things to Imam Hussain (AS) instead of his martyrdom. Granted Imamate to his children, and all infallible Imams after him are from his children. Granted...




Tragic Story of Infant Drowned as His Family Fleeing Myanmar Regimeís Genocide

Heartbreaking images circulated on Thursday showing a young Rohingya couple mourning death of their infant, as their boat capsized fleeing the Myanmar regimeís genocide against minority Muslims. One-month-old Abdul Masood died after the wooden boat delivering his family to Bangladesh overturned Thursday...




Top Five Lesser-Known Pistols Used by Russiaís Spetsnaz and Security Services

Military journalist Andrei Kotz gives his take on five of the best lesser-known pistols in the arsenals of Russiaís police, security and special forces. Last week, Russiaís Kalashnikov Concern unveiled the PL-15K, a new nine-millimeter semi-automatic pistol. The gun weighs just 700 grams, has...




CIA Spyware Inside Windows Operating Systems: WikiLeaks

 Windows machines are targeted by the CIA under ‘Angelfire,’ according to the latest release from WikiLeaks’ ‘Vault7’ series. The documents released on Thursday detail an implant that can allow Windows machines to create undetectable libraries. ‘Angelfire’...




Young Ukrainian converts to Islam at Imam Reza Holy Shrine

 Coincident with the eve of the martyrdom of the ninth Imam of the Shi'ites, Imam Jawad (A.S.), a young Ukrainian, beside the Illuminated Razavi Shrine converted to Islam. Arthur Lazdinsh, a 27-year-old Ukrainian who was previously a Catholic Christian, attending the Razavi Holy Shrine and...




World Educators are Gathered in South Korea for Peace Education

"Peace Education Development Forum for Spreading a Culture of Peace" is held in Seoul, Republic of Korea on September 17th Under the current global environment shaded by long-term violence around the world including terrorism and interethnic conflicts, the international society is seeking a conflict...




250,000 minors under 16 married in US over past years: Report

Around 250,000 youth under the age of 16 have gotten married in the US between the years 2000 and 2010, a new report has revealed, raising the alarm over the growing trend amid lax laws. American children younger than 16 could easily be forced into marrying if their parents agreed, Britain's Channel...




How Trump Is Stealthily Carrying Out His Muslim Ban

Lost amid the uproar over the Trump administration's travel restrictions on citizens from Muslim-majority countries and the impending showdown at the Supreme Court are the insidious ways that the government has already begun to impose a Muslim ban. It's doing so through deceptively boring means:...




US Muslims in California break Ramadan fasting with community Iftar / Pics

The Interfaith Community Iftar, an annual tradition in Davis for Ramadan took place Friday at the Davis Senior Center. Hosted by Davis Muslim Hands, the event hopes to bring together people from all backgrounds to learn more about Ramadan. During Ramadan, Muslims focus on self-discipline and...




Racist Jailed after Fatally Stabbing 2 Men Trying to Stop His Anti-Muslim Rant

The supremacist murderer, who fatally stabbed two passengers who tried to stop him from harassing two Muslim women, was charged on Saturday. Police arrested Jeremy Christian, a 35-year-old convicted felon soon after he killed retired Sgt. Ricky Best, 53, and Reed College graduate Taliesin Myrddin...




Why are so many Muslims suddenly visiting Japan?

Savvy destinations that adapt to serve halal food and provide prayer rooms are reaping the benefits of an increase in tourism by visitors from Southeast Asia and the Middle East. Japan is rolling out the red carpet to visitors from Muslim nations, with qiblah (arrows pointing towards Mecca) appearing...




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