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Dr. Falak Naz Rahman: is a Pediatrician and Masters in Public Health from University of Texas at Houston, USA, and has a work experience of more than 25 years in the field of clinical and community development work. Accepted Ahmadiyyat in 1993 by sheer grace and blessings of Allah. Worked as a senior faculty in Aga Khan Medical University, Karachi, Pakistan and also in various National and International NGOs such as SCF (UK), Options (UK), UNICEF, ADB funded projects, NRSP and many others.

Restaurants In Saudi Arabia Asked To Remove Signs Banning Women

Huff Post: by Rachel Moss — Women should not be allowed to eat in restaurants unless accompanied by their husband or a male guardian. That’s according to sexist restaurant owners in Saudi Arabia…

Why Kids Should Not Be Rewarded with Junk Food

By Kiran Dodeja Smith —— I’ve been on my soapbox recently about kids and snacks. And before I step off, I need to address one more issue: rewarding kids with junk food.…

North Korea: Ferguson was a ‘disgrace’ and the United States is now ‘laughingstock of the world’

The Washington Post: by Adam Taylor — Still, that doesn’t mean that the criticisms of America’s human rights record are without merit. This may be one rare instance where many people…

Too Dangerous to Fail

FP: by Barry M. Blechman — Why the failure to secure a nuclear deal with Iran could have devastating consequences for global proliferation. An agreementnt would have been preferable, of…

Egyptian president says his regime is ready to protect Israel

MEM — Egyptian President Abdul-Fattah Al-Sisi told an Italian newspaper that his country is ready to send troops to Palestine in order to guarantee Israel’s security and work jointly against…

Met police accused of abusing black fireman have case to answer, says IPCC

theguardian:  by Paul Lewis — Watchdog says six officers should face disciplinary action over claims they abused and Tasered Edric Kennedy-Macfoy The IPCC has concluded there was evidence the officers…

UK Faces Biggest Terrorism Threat In Its History: Minister

Huff Post — LONDON, Nov 24 (Reuters) – Britain is facing the biggest terrorism threat in its history and has foiled around 40 major plots since suicide bombers attacked London…

Cash to crash

The Economist—- Why getting paid can kill you GETTING paid is generally good for the health. Those who are earning can buy better food and live in greater comfort; joblessness…

British fear of Islamists and Saudi fears about atheists are two sides of the same coin

theguardian: by Brian Whitaker — Young people want to know about jihadism – and it’s better that they inquire about it openly, in schools, than elsewhere Saudi Arabia’s aim of…

Calgary’s Ahmadiyya Muslims take aim at ISIS terrorist and radicalization of youth

Calgarysun.com: by Mark Villani — Members of Calgary’s Ahmadiyya Muslim Community — Event Organizer for Stop the Crisis Farah Malik (left) and Communications Outreach Advisor Atifa Ahmed — stand in…

Research suggests intermittent fasting provides health benefits

Medical Xpress: by Marcia Malory — Intermittently restricting food intake could help prevent obesity and associated diseases prevalent in modern society, according to an analysis by Mark P. Mattson of…

The Best Careers for Your Brain

The Wall Street Journal: by Rachel Feintzeig — Complex occupations such as architect help preserve cognitive function, according to a study appearing in the journal Neurology Work might help keep your…

The Floating Basket Homes of Iraq: A Paradise almost Lost to Saddam

Messynessychic.com It was Iraq’s ‘Garden of Eden’; unique wetlands in southern Iraq where a people known as the Ma’dan, or ‘Arabs of the marsh’, lived in a Mesopotamian Venice, characterised by…

IRAN: Old challenges continue for women under new president

Womensnewsnetwork.net: by Elahe Amani with Lys Anzia –– A woman nurse in Iran checks IV fluid for infants at the Imam Khomeini Hospital in Tehran. Recent October 2013 protests by nurses…

‘Extreme’ Snowstorm Pummels Western New York

The NewYork Times: by  SARA DINATALE, LAUREN D’AVOLIO and MARC SANTORA —  Snow covered a street in south Buffalo on Wednesday. LANCASTER, N.Y. — A powerful snowstorm has swept across western New York, creating snow…

A global strategy required to stop radicalization – Ahmadiyya Supreme Head.

Lankaweb: by A. Abdul Aziz — According to our Press Department U.K., on 8 November 2014, the World Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the Fifth Khalifa, His Holiness, Hazrat…

Less is more

Global Times: by Xie Wenting –  Swamped by consumerism, young turn away from possessions Wang Zhe poses in front of his wardrobe, which only has about 30 items of clothing…

Christians and Muslims have co-existed peacefully before and must do so again

theguardian: by Fuad Nahdi — I hope my presence as the first Muslim to address the General Synod shows that followers of these great religions can be allies  ‘My presence…

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