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Abida Rani Rehman lives in London UK. She has a Bsc. Hons, and an M.Phil. in Biomedical Sciences. For the past fourteen years she has been the incharge of the production of a children program on MTA. Her father, Mr Bashir Ahmed Orchard, an Englishman, converted to Islam and then dedicated his life in 1945. Mr. Orchard served as a missionary of Islam in the Ahmadiyya Community in The West Indies, South America, Oxford and Scotland.

Saudi man divorces wife over her love for camel

Manama: A Saudi man divorced his wife after he became convinced she loved her father’s camel than she loved him. The husband and wife were on a visit to her…

Five things you didn’t know about Jesus

(CNN)With Lent beginning, and a new CNN series on Christ coming up, you’re going to hear a lot about Jesus these days. You may hear revelations from new books that…

The East India Company: The original corporate raiders

For a century, the East India Company conquered, subjugated and plundered vast tracts of south Asia. The lessons of its brutal reign have never been more relevant One of the…

Russell Brand claims Britain is to blame for the radicalisation of Jihadi John

The outspoken comic said young people were being driven to “mad jihadism”. Brand, 39, insisted Isis was exploiting “loneliness” and “disengagement”. The comedian said City of London bankers had wrecked…

‘This is what Islam tells us to do': A rare glimpse inside a Saudi Arabian prison – where Isis terrorists are showered with perks and privileges

The Saudis are often accused of supporting Islamist radicals. In response, they insist they are more at risk from terror attacks than any other country. During a rare tour of…

Turkey enters Syria to evacuate Suleyman Shah tomb

Hundreds of Turkish troops in armoured vehicles have entered into northern Syria and evacuated a historic Ottoman tomb and the soldiers guarding it. Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said the remains…

Aqsa Mahmood branded a ‘disgrace’ by her parents after claims she recruited three UK girls flying to Middle East

The family of a British woman living with Isis fighters in Syriahas branded her a “disgrace” after it emerged she may have enticed three missing young UK girls to join…

Egypt bombs ISIL targets in Libya after mass beheadings

Air strikes carried out hours after armed group released video showing the killing of 21 Egyptian Christians. More…..http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2015/02/egypt-bombs-isil-targets-libya-mass-beheadings-150216063339037.html…

Watch incredible moment brave elderly woman ‘confronts Islamic State militants and brands them devils’

This is the moment a frail woman apparently confronted Islamic State militants in an extraordinary act of bravery. The remarkable footage appears to show the woman branding the men “devils”…

Qatar Foundation calls solidarity walk for students killed in US

Manama: A solidarity walk will be held in Doha on Sunday for the three Muslim students shot dead in the US last week. “In response to the terrorist act committed…

Gunmen Attack Free Speech Meeting In Denmark

One person is confirmed to have been killed after shots were fired at a meeting held in a Copenhagen cafe to discuss free speech. Three police officers are understood to…

​#MuslimLivesMatter: Protests over BBC’s Chapel Hill murders ‘silence’

A protest will take place outside the BBC on Thursday evening to condemn the broadcaster’s minimal coverage of the Chapel Hill murders in the US, which saw three Muslim students…

Human Rights, Human Principles, and the Case of Derogatory Cartoons

Background In 2005, the Danish daily newspaper, Jyllands-Posten, published derogatory cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad(saw), the Founder of Islam. In its editorial, the newspaper argued that Muslims should endure insults…

New anti-terrorism laws for Ireland to be introduced ‘within weeks’

NEW COUNTER-TERRORISM laws will be on the statute books in a “period of weeks”, according to the Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan. Flanagan attended a meeting with other EU foreign…

Saudis pay allegiance to their ‘cardboard king’

Following the death of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah, two videos have emerged showing Saudis pledging allegiance to their new ruler – by shaking hands with cardboard cutouts of King Salman…

Poll: ‘Islam does not belong in Austria’

A new survey on how Islam is viewed in Austria suggests that anti-Muslim sentiment has risen sharply in the wake of the Paris shootings, with 69 percent of those polled…

Halal slaughterhouse staff investigated over alleged animal cruelty

Source: theguardian.com Undercover video shot by an animal welfare group appearing to show the brutal treatment of sheep at a Yorkshire abattoir has rekindled the debate over whether animals need…

Moroccan weekly defends depicting France’s Hollande as Hitler

Source: france24.com A Moroccan magazine said Friday it had chosen to depict President François Hollande as Hitler on its cover in order to draw attention to escalating anti-Muslim acts in…

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