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Attack on 11-year-old in Rio highlights fears of rising religious intolerance

theguardian: by Bruce Douglas — Members of Brazil’s growing evangelical movement are increasingly threatening to followers of Candomblé, as the churches compete for souls and space   Candomble priestess Mae…

China’s big chess move against the U.S.: Latin America

Source: CNN Money China is making friends right under America’s nose. Latin America is China’s latest business buddy. Chinese banks increased investments in Latin America by 71% last year, and…

Brazil ‘outraged’ by Indonesia drug trafficking execution

Source: bbc.co.uk Brazil says it is “outraged” by the execution of one its citizens in Indonesia for drug trafficking. Marco Archer Cardoso Moreira, 53, was arrested in 2003 after police…

Brazilian Bishop, Urges Ordination Of Married Elders As Priest Shortage Grows

Epigraph: Then We caused Our Messengers to follow in their footsteps; and We caused Jesus, son of Mary, to follow them, and We gave him the Gospel. And We placed…

Contact Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in South America

South America Suriname > Paramaribo AHMADIYYA MUSLIM ASSOCIATION Address: Epraimszegenweg 67 P. O. Box 2106, Paramaribo, Suriname Phone: Fax: E-mail: info@alislam.org ================================= Bolivia > SANTA CRUZ la Sierra MOVIMIENTO AHMADIA DEL…

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community on the World Wide Web

Source: ahmadiyya-islam.org | alislam.org ONLINE NETWORK Al Islam (International) Countries in Africa Mauritius (English) Tanzania (Swahili) Countries in Asia Bangladesh China India India (Gurmukhi, Punjabi) India (Malayalam) India (Tamil) Indonesia Japan Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan…

The suspicious timing. The MH17 tragedy happened two days after the BRICS announced an antidote to the IMF and the World Bank, bypassing the US dollar

Source: Asia Times: And then there’s the suspicious timing. The MH17 tragedy happened two days after the BRICS announced an antidote to the IMF and the World Bank, bypassing the…

Brazil: 19 People Converted to Islam during World Cup

As the World Cup is nearing its end, the number of football fans who have converted to Islam continues to grow. Since the World Cup kicked off on June 12,…

Brazil loss was a shocker of epic proportions

by John Powers If Pele’s countrymen still are smarting from that loss to Uruguay in Rio 64 years ago, how long will they mourn this one? Germany 7, Brazil 1…

Germany destroy Brazil’s final dreams with seven-goal battering

It was the night Germany removed the crown from football royalty. They did so with their own version of the beautiful game and, by the time they had finished, Brazil…

World Cup 2014: Brazil in shock after humiliation by Germany

As Brazil’s supporters wandered in their thousands around the wide avenues of Belo Horizonte late into the night, it was as if the full realisation of the events that had…

Will Fasting for Ramadan Hurt the Performance of Muslim Players in the World Cup?

The World Cup’s knockout stage is set to begin on Saturday just as millions of Muslims prepare to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan, an observance commemorating the initial revelations…

Ramadan, the World Cup and the Challenge for Fasting Athletes

By Dilshad Ali 0 Comments I’m no athlete, not by a long shot. But last summer I was in a semi-decent groove, doing some running at the gym on a…

From Yaya Toure to Karim Benzema, footballers balance Ramadan and World Cup

This Saturday will mark the start of the World Cup knockout stages. It will also, for millions of Muslims around the world, mark their final unrestricted day before the start…

Pope Francis Promises Not To Pray For Argentina In World Cup

Huffington Post Posted: 06/14/2014 12:09 pm EDT Updated: 06/14/2014 12:59 pm EDT Print Article VATICAN CITY (AP) — He recently renewed his Argentine passport and remains an official card-carrying member…

Muslim Players in Brazil World Cup

Source: The Muslim Village The Brazil 2014 World Cup kicked off earlier this week with an abundance of Muslim players dotting the football landscape. Being an integral part of football,…

Brazilian Takes Islam’s Shahada in the World Cup

The Team Mission Da’wah from the British Islamic Education and Research Academy (IERA) led a campaign in the Brazilian capital Sao Paolo to spread the teachings of Islam. In a video posted…

The World Cup tackles Ramadan: Will the Holy Muslim month be teaming with fasting footballers?

Over the next four weeks, 32 nations will battle it out on football fields across Brazil during the FIFA 2014 World Cup football tournament – but only two teams will represent…

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