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Summer Quran Competition Underway in Oman

Summer Quran Competition Underway in Oman

According to omandaily.com, 300 Quran activists in different age groups, particularly the youth and teenagers, have taken part in the competition, separately held for men and women. University students, housewives and foreigners residing in Oman are also among the participants in the Quranic event. Memorization of one Juz (part) of the Quran, memorization of 15 [&hellip

A sublime man will come and save humanity from oppression and injustice

A sublime man will come and save humanity from oppression and injustice

A sublime man will come and save humanity from oppression and injustice… وَلَقَد كَتَبنا فِي الزَّبورِ مِن بَعدِ الذِّكرِ أَنَّ الأَرضَ يَرِثُها عِبادِيَ الصّالِحونَ “And We have already written in the book [of Psalms] after the [previous] mention [in the Torah] that the Earth is inherited by My righteous servants.” (Holy Quran: 21, 105) A [&hellip

Early History of Cameroon

Early History of Cameroon

The earliest inhabitants of Cameroon were probably the Baka (Pygmies). They still inhabit the forests of the south and east provinces.[1] Bantu speakers originating in the Cameroonian highlands were among the first groups to move out before other invaders. The Mandara kingdom in the Mandara Mountains was founded around 1500 and erected fortified structures, the [&hellip

Kuwait Int’l Quran Contest Held at High Level

Kuwait Int’l Quran Contest Held at High Level

Speaking to IQNA upon his arrival at Imam Khomeini (RA) International Airport on Saturday morning, Ebrahim Fallah Tabasom Chehreh said the contest was organized very well but people’s reception of the event was not that good. Tabasom Chehreh, who came third in the recitation category of Kuwait’s international Quranic event, was welcomed at the airport [&hellip

The History of Bulgaria

The History of Bulgaria

The history of Bulgaria can be traced from the first settlements on the lands of modern Bulgaria to its formation as a nation-state and includes the history of the Bulgarian people and their origin. The earliest evidence of human occupation discovered on what is today Bulgaria date from at least 1.4 million years ago.[1] Around [&hellip

Monday, May 16, 2016

Monday, May 16, 2016

The region that is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo was first settled about 80,000 years ago. Bantu migration arrived in the region from Nigeria in the 7th century AD. The Kingdom of Kongo remained present in the region between the 14th and the early 19th centuries. Belgian colonization began when King Leopold II [&hellip

Cholera Outbreak Hits Zanzibar, Kills At Least 45.

Cholera Outbreak Hits Zanzibar, Kills At Least 45.

    A Zanzibar health official says a cholera outbreak on the island archipelago has killed at least 45 people since March.   Muhammed Dahoma, the director of disease prevention and control at the health ministry, said Wednesday that 3,000 people have been hospitalized with cholera.   The government of Zanzibar has recently taken steps [&hellip

Yellow Fever Vaccination Essential For Angola, WHO Reminds Travellers.

Yellow Fever Vaccination Essential For Angola, WHO Reminds Travellers.

    As efforts to bring an outbreak of yellow fever in Angola under control continue, WHO is reminding all travellers to the country that they are required to receive the yellow fever vaccination and to have a valid certificate of vaccination to prove that they are protected from the disease and to prevent its [&hellip

HIV in Eastern And Southern Contries.

HIV in Eastern And Southern Contries.

  A six weeks old baby was recently tested for HIV. His mother is living with HIV and is participating in PMTCT programme at a local clinic in Lusaka, Zambia. With only 5 per cent of the world’s population, Eastern and Southern Africa is home to half the world’s population living with HIV. Today the [&hellip

Zika Virus Causes Birth Defects, Health Officials Confirm.

Zika Virus Causes Birth Defects, Health Officials Confirm.

  Officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Wednesday that there was now enough evidence to definitively say that the Zika virus could cause unusually small heads and brain damage in infants born to infected mothers.   The conclusion should settle months of debate about the connection between the infection and [&hellip