Widgetized Section

Go to Admin » Appearance » Widgets » and move Gabfire Widget: Social into that MastheadOverlay zone

Home » Archives by category » Countries » Mexico

A New Ahmadiyya Mission House in Merida, Mexico

By the sheer Grace and Mercy of Allah, and a lot of prayers, Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has now established a Mission House in Merida, Mexico in the State of Yucatan.…

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…

Some Mexican Catholics now find God in Islam

The Herald: by William Schaefer MEXICO CITY — For almost five centuries Catholicism has been the dominant religion in Mexico. In 1970, Catholics comprised 96.7 percent of Mexico’s population. By…

NAFTA and the Future of Canada, Mexico and the United States | Stratfor

Geopolitical Weekly Tuesday, January 7, 2014 Stratfor By Marc Lanthemann The 20th anniversary of NAFTA’s implementation on Jan. 1 has revived some of the perennial arguments that have surrounded the…

Slim pickings

Story Summary The news that Carlos Slim, one of the richest people on the planet, is focusing efforts on investing some of his vast fortune in Israel should come as…

Violence up 5 percent worldwide since 2008: Report

The world has grown more hostile in recent years, according to the Global Peace Index. Hopes that we can all just march toward ever-greater peace and equality saw a serious…

Vatican declares Mexican Death Saint blasphemous

Source: BBC A senior Vatican official has condemned the cult of Santa Muerte, or Holy Death, in Mexico as “blasphemous”. The president of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Culture, Cardinal…

Why Cinco de Mayo?

A Muslim Times’ original Op-Ed By Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson America is a nation of immigrants. That is one of the principle reasons that we have been able to develop…

210 more billionaires in past year amid rising global poverty

Tue Mar 5, 2013 SOURCE: PRESSTV Amid the surging poverty across the globe, a newly released list of richest people in the world points to the climbing number of billionaires…

Mexican Narcoterrotist Region May Abandon Catholicism for Islam

Mexican Narcoterrorist Region May Abandon Catholicism for Islam  By Daniel Greenfield  FRONT PAGE It would seem as if Bishop Ruiz’s brand of Liberation Theology has had the same effect on Chiapas as on…

Ancient chocolate discovered in Mexico

RT: It’s a good thing one of our ancestors was too lazy to do the dishes: A group of archaeologists in Mexico has just discovered traces of 2,500-year-old chocolate left…

A Tribute to Author Ray Bradbury and a Glance into his Literary Influences from Mexican Culture

Source: mexicotoday.org Ray Bradbury, the visionary science fiction author passed away at the age of 91 on June 5, 2012. Throughout his life, Bradbury proved himself a literary innovator, creating…

Canadians flocking to Mexico despite deadly drug war

Source: National Post …Canadians aren’t afraid of Mexico, despite hand-wringing over the questionably safety of the country that’s embroiled in a drug conflict. If anything, tourism is growing. Travelers continue…

Mexican smugglers dig tunnel under US border

Source: Telegraph Mexican troops have discovered an unfinished 980-foot tunnel beneath the US border designed to smuggle drugs and people. The entrance to the tunnel was inside a house in…

Markets Evoke Memories of Mexico

Source: New York Times MADERA, Calif. — Every Sunday, Juan Enriquez, a former farmworker from Mexico, shows off his culinary art, sculpturing sweet white meat from young coconuts with a…

Mexican town’s entire police force resigns after attack

Source: Telegraph An entire police force of 26 officers quit their posts in a northern Mexican town after two of their colleagues were killed in an armed attack. The mass…

Quetzal birds tripled in number in Mexico after 25 years of Conservation efforts

Source: mexicotoday.org Over the last 25 years, Mexico’s conservation efforts have brought the quetzal back from the brink of extinction, tripling its numbers according to Mexican Environment Secretariat, Juan Rafael Elvira Quesada.  The…

San Cristobal de las Casas

Source: Mexico Today San Cristobal de las Casas is a scenic, well-restored colonial town in the mountains of Chiapas. Hippies from the US, Argentina, and all points in between line…

Page 1 of 212