11-18

Letter to Editor: Reply to “Pakistan Towards Theocracy”

First of all, the title showed me that someone probably has a problem with Theocracy (i.e. Allah being the Highest in legislation”).

Print Friendly
[Read more...]

April 23, 2009

Letter to Editor: Reply to Mirza Beg on Harun Yahya

I ask myself: Do I accept Mr. Beg’s definition of religion?

Print Friendly
[Read more...]

April 23, 2009

On the Appointment of S. Buttar

Northampton, MA – The Bill of Rights Defense Committee (BORDC) is pleased to announce that lawyer, recording artist, columnist, and grassroots organizer Shahid Buttar will join the organization in mid-May as Executive Director.

Print Friendly
[Read more...]

April 23, 2009

Ayodhya-Rhetoric: Politicians’ Blame Game

NEW DELHI: India has faced several elections since the demolition of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya (Uttar Pradesh) on December 6, 1992. However, this is the first time that key politicians in the electoral race for Lok Sabha are blaming their rivals unabashedly for being responsible for the demolition…

Print Friendly
[Read more...]

April 23, 2009

Made Homeless by Taliban, Afghans Shelter in Caves

MULAYAN, Afghanistan (Reuters) – The cave Sakhi Allah now calls home was a potato store when he was a child, growing up in the lush river valley of Afghanistan’s remote central highlands below his current front door.

Print Friendly
[Read more...]

April 23, 2009

U.S. Treasury Targets Head of China Separatist Group

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Treasury on Monday sought to cut off the flow of money to the head of a group considered responsible for killing more than a dozen Chinese police officers ahead of last year’s Beijing Olympics.

Print Friendly
[Read more...]

April 23, 2009

ACLU Northern California Appoints First Middle Eastern Head

Abdi Soltani, 35, is the newly appointed executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California, the largest affiliate of the national organization.

Print Friendly
[Read more...]

April 23, 2009

Dozens of Prisoners Held by CIA Still Missing, Fates Unknown

Ghul is not the only such prisoner who remains missing. At least three dozen others who were held in the CIA’s secret prisons overseas appear to be missing as well. Efforts by human rights organizations to track their whereabouts have been unsuccessful, and no foreign governments have acknowledged holding them.

Print Friendly
[Read more...]

April 23, 2009

Lips

Lips explained, for kids.

Print Friendly
[Read more...]

April 23, 2009

Tawheed Center Shines Through Hifz Program, at Fundraiser

Farmington–April 18–The Tawheed Center’s hifz program has already borne fruit in the form of six new young huffaz graduates, the youngest of whom is only nine years old.

Print Friendly
[Read more...]

April 23, 2009

« Previous Page