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My brother wanted to be a jihadi – and society is creating many more like him

theguardian: by Robb Leech — Extremism of any kind is a symptom of an unhealthy society and, in order to eradicate it, we should look to treat its cause tremism…

Residents should throw a street party and mix with immigrant neighbours, councils told

Jane Merrick political editor THE INDEPENDENT Councils should offer their local residents cash to hold street parties with their new immigrant neighbours to foster friendship and integration, a new report…

UK: Holy Quran exhibition at the Library By Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Association

The exhibition will run through October 26 at the Library, 425 Holland St. West. The purpose of the exhibition is two-fold. First, to dispel myths and misconceptions about Islam and…

Seismic shift in Rome.

Source: CNN CNN) — It was described as a “dramatic shift” and a “bombshell.” One writer dubbed it a “stunning change.” Even the Human Rights Campaign, the LGBT advocacy organization,…

EUROPE – As Islamists Seek to Fill Ranks, More Western Women Answer Their Call

By STEVEN ERLANGEROCT. 23, 2014 LONDON — The young Western Muslims trying to join radical Islamist groups in Syria and Iraq now include increasing numbers of young women who are…

UK: Ahmadi Muslim Women host interfaith event at Baitul Tauhid Mosque in Fartown

A women-only event, it will include lunch and a chance to ask questions about Islamic teachings. There will also be a memorial as part of the World War centenary remembrance,…

Australia: Religious men seek peace

Source: ahmadiyyatimes.blogspot.in Members of three churches and the Langwarrin-based Ahmadiyya Muslim group got together at St Peter’s Anglican Church, Mornington, to demonstrate respect and tolerance.  Religious leaders have gathered to promote…

Belated death of a British illusion – recognition of a Palestinian state

NEIL BERRY ARABNEWS.COM Published — Thursday 23 October 2014 The “recognition” of a Palestinian state by the UK Parliament on Oct .13 has been scorned as gesture politics. The criticism…

UK: 32nd Majlis Ansarullah Ijtema UK concludes in London with Address by Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (ABA)

Source: alislam.org | 20th October 2014 | PRESS RELEASE More than 2,000 people from across the UK attend annual event On 19 October 2014, the World Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the Fifth Khalifa,…

UK: The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Battersea

Home » Blog » news » The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Battersea I attended an interesting lunch event this week with the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community as they seek to develop closer ties with some charities in…

Business schools: Swiss Executive MBA programmes rise in rankings

Four Swiss business schools have appeared in the Financial Times’ ranking of 100 executive MBA (EMBA) programmes, with IMD in Lausanne performing best, climbing four places since last year to…

Cameron is warned ‘no possibility’ of UK reducing immigration and that bid to bring in quota on migrant workers would be illegal

Andy McSmith Sunday 19 October 2014 David Cameron’s plan to restrict the amount of time that EU migrants can spend working in Britain will never be accepted by the other…

Na’ima B Robert: Where are all the Muslim characters in children’s fiction?

theguardian: by Na’ima Robert — The history of Islam has impacted the history of our world in more ways than you can imagine – here Na’ima B Robert suggests some…

Crawley’s Muslim leaders urged to speak out and condemn Isis

He praised Ahsan Ahmedi, the regional president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, which has a mosque in Langley Green, who has spoken out against Isis. Source: crawleynews.co.uk A member of Crawley’s…

Together we can conquer hatred

Source: The Guardian By Michael Haines and Barbara Henning, October 17, 2014 Tomorrow afternoon a memorial service will be held for David Haines, one of the three Britons kidnapped by…

UK: NHS ‘cracking’ as admissions due to alcohol hit 10million

Metro UK: The National Health Service of UK is under ‘intolerable strain’ as almost 10 million admissions in England last year were related to alcohol. Treatment costs the taxpayer £2.8billion,…

France to stamp out ‘le binge drinking’ with fines and jail terms

Telegraph: Crackdown on excessive drinking using hefty fines and threat of a year in jail on those who encourage it or sell products that portray drunkenness as fun considered under…

EU toughens up banker bonus cap in new blow to UK

Telegraph: European Banking Authority says use of role-based allowances constitutes breach of EU rules, and orders banks to change pay policies . European regulators have launched a clampdown on banks…

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