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Qur’anic Reflections, Āyat 28:83

Qur’anic Reflections, Āyat 28:83

Do they not reflect upon the Qur’an, or are there locks on the hearts? (Q 47:24) For past Qur’anic Reflections click here Bismillāh July 11, 2014/Ramadan 13, 1435 Thank you for allowing us to send you our e-communications. Inshā Allāh we hope to continue serving the mu’minīn through this media. Seeking superiority  تِلْكَ الدَّارُ الْآخِرَةُ نَجْعَلُهَا لِلَّذِينَ [&hellip

Suarez leaves Liverpool to Barcelona

Suarez leaves Liverpool to Barcelona

Luis Suarez, Uruguay’s national team striker, has left Liverpool club to join FC Barcelona following his four-month ban from soccer activities. Barcelona club confirmed on Friday morning that Liverpool has agreed to sell Suarez for a fee of about £75 million ($128 million). Suarez signed for Liverpool from Ajax in 2011 for £22.7 million ($38 [&hellip

Brazil to deploy 26k security forces for Cup final

Brazil to deploy 26k security forces for Cup final

Some 26,000 police and army troops are to be deployed to ensure a peaceful night for the World Cup final in Rio de Janeiro. Police, soldiers and firefighters will be involved in security operations in Rio for the World Cup final match between Germany and Argentina on July 13. City officials plan to beef up [&hellip

‘Royal Mail sale errors cost £1bn’

‘Royal Mail sale errors cost £1bn’

A UK report has criticized the British government’s privatization of the Royal Mail, saying taxpayers lost one billion pounds (USD 1.7 billion) in the sell-off. The Business Select Committee report which was published on Friday revealed that taxpayers missed out on ‘significant value’ when the government privatized the Royal Mail. The British government privatized the country’s postal service [&hellip

Japan braced for quake aftershocks

Japan braced for quake aftershocks

Experts have warned that Japan’s northeastern coast, where the Fukushima nuclear power plant lies, is prone to more aftershocks of the huge 2011 earthquake. The warning came after a quake measuring 6.8 on the Richter scale hit near the Fukushima nuclear site on Saturday morning. Seismologists believe the strong tremor was an aftershock of the [&hellip

Israel won’t stop strikes on Gaza: Bibi

Israel won’t stop strikes on Gaza: Bibi

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the regime will not stop its ongoing offensive against Palestinians of the besieged Gaza Strip. On Friday, Bibi said at a press conference in Tel Aviv that the strikes would continue against the besieged sliver. “No international pressure will prevent us” from attacking Gaza, said the Israeli premier. Netanyahu [&hellip

Global protests held against Israel

Global protests held against Israel

Anti-Israeli protests have been held in several cities across the globe, as Israel continues a new wave of aggression against Palestinians of the besieged Gaza Strip. On Friday, people held demonstrations in Jordan, Turkey, Egypt, Lebanon, Yemen, Tunisia, Indonesia, the United States, France and the United Kingdom. In the Jordanian capital Amman, the protesters chanted [&hellip

‘Cholera outbreak threatens S Sudan’

‘Cholera outbreak threatens S Sudan’

A cholera outbreak in South Sudan has put thousands of lives at risk, making the African country’s humanitarian crisis even worse, an international aid group says. “Stagnant floodwater provides the perfect conditions for the rapid spread of cholera, and roads are turning to mud, hindering efforts to get support and life-saving drugs to those who [&hellip

Company unveils unique TV panels

Company unveils unique TV panels

LG Display has unveiled two unique TV panels, one capable of being rolled up like paper and a transparent one offering 30 percent transmittance. The company unveiled the 18-inch OLED (organic light-emitting diode) television panels on Thursday. The rollable panel, which makes it installable on curved surfaces, sports a high-definition class resolution of 1,200×810 with [&hellip

HIV haunts back ‘cured’ US girl

HIV haunts back ‘cured’ US girl

A four-year-old American girl, born with HIV and thought to have been cured with aggressive treatment, has had copies of the virus reemerging in her blood. The girl’s mother had the virus while pregnant with her and did not medicate during the pregnancy to avoid her receiving the virus. Found to be bearing the virus [&hellip