Category: New Arrivals
Introducing to you ‘The Endangered Species’ a book based on the characteristic migratory patterns of the Khojas, hailing from Kutch and Kathiawad, who ventured towards the then unknown continent of Africa during the 19th century and beyond to the West in the past 4 decades. This book, subtitled An Account of the Journey of Faith
Holy Qur’ani with Swahili translation is now available with Al-Itrah Foundation for only 13000/- Tanzania Shillings, it is great opportunity to sponsor these for the thawab of your marhumeens and distribute to every household in East Africa. Click here to view other images
Bionic eye device shows successful results in restoring sight in rat study. A new bionic eye system which sends information to solar cell-like chips implanted in the eyes may one day help blind people partially gain vision. The new implant system which has been successfully tested in rat retinas needs a less invasive surgery
Documents uncovered from archives in Libya have revealed British intelligence agents supplied Muammar Gaddafi’s secret agents with information about Gaddafi’s opponents who had fled to Britain. Documents obtained by the The Mail on Sunday showed that agents from Britain’s intelligence agency MI5 had been in a covert joint operation with Gaddafi’s spies working in Britain.
On the felicitous occasion for the birth of the Lady Zainab (AS), the team of AL-ITRAH FOUNDATION take this opportunity to launch the book on KARBALA – The Complete Picture – By Dr. Mahmood Datoo of UK. Lady Zainab (AS) strived through hardship, imprisonment and ordeal to deliver to us the message of Karbala. To
Salamun Alaykum, I would like to humbly invite you all to the launch of my edited book ‘The Shi’a of Samarra: The Heritage and Politics of a Community in Iraq’ (I.B Tauris, 2012). The book launch, to be held in SOAS, London on Wednesday 29th February, is organised by the Centre for Islamic Shi’a
An international oil firm has unveiled its strategic and comprehensive investment plan in the fuel sector which seeks to support on going efforts geared to ensure sufficient oil supply for domestic and industrial use. The firm, Puma Energy, plans a new investment worth USD 11m to implementation its plan, according to its official in Tanzania,