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26th International Islamic Unity Conference Opens in Tehran

26th International Islamic Unity Conference Opens in Tehran

26th International Islamic Unity Conference Opens in Tehran The 26th International Islamic Unity Conference has started in Iran’s capital, Tehran, with the presence of the country’s president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.  (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – Shia and Sunni thinkers from 102 countries will be discussing the issue of unity among Islamic Ummah and the existing problems [&hellip

Humanity First hands breast cancer scanner to Muhimbili Hospital

Humanity First hands breast cancer scanner to Muhimbili Hospital

By Judica Tarimo 27th January 2013 An international charity organization, Humanity-First, has donated breast-cancer diagnosis machines to the Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH), a major boost to the protracted battle against breast-cancer. The assistance was extended as part of the organization’s world-wide initiative to support pro-poor development endeavours, Humanity-First is a brainchild of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, [&hellip

Family planning expert praises JK

Family planning expert praises JK

By Guardian on sunday correspondent 27th January 2013 President Jakaya Kikwete Reproductive health and family planning expert Ulla Muller has praised President Jakaya Kikwete for sensitising Tanzanians to adopt family in order to reduce avoidable life challenges. Muller who is the Executive Director of Marie Stopes Tanzania (MST) called on other leaders to follow the [&hellip

Kenya arrests Tanzanian student with 5.4kg of heroine

Kenya arrests Tanzanian student with 5.4kg of heroine

By Special Reporter 27th January 2013 Kenyan authorities are interrogating a Tanzanian lady student after intercepting 5.44 kilograms of heroine at the country’s main airport. The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) said on Friday the 25-year- old lady was arrested on Wednesday evening during an ongoing surveillance and targeting operation aimed at curbing drug trafficking through [&hellip

Govt gets tough with beach hotels

Govt gets tough with beach hotels

Govt gets tough with beach hotels By Guardian on sunday correspondent 27th January 2013   The government mid this week warned it would leave no stone unturned in measures to remove structures within 60 meters from river banks and beaches, which is likely to affect a number of beach hotels. All hotels built within that [&hellip

Four die in Masasi riots

Four die in Masasi riots

By Guardian on sunday correspondent 27th January 2013 Some of the burnt buildings of a primary court and other houses following clashes between riot police and angry wananchi in Mtwara municipality yesterday. (Photo: Happy Everine) Four people were killed yesterday in the chaos that erupted in Masasi district, Mtwara region pitting ‘bodaboda’ drivers and police. [&hellip

Imam al-Baqir (A.S.): “We are bestowed with Knowledge of Everything”

Imam al-Baqir (A.S.): “We are bestowed with Knowledge of Everything”

Imam al-Baqir (A.S.): “We are bestowed with Knowledge of Everything”     Imam al-Baqir (A.S.): “We are bestowed with Knowledge of Everything” Once during his childhood, Imam al-Hussayn (A.S.) was sitting on the lap of his grandfather, the Messenger of Allah (S.A.W.). when Jabir bin Abdillah al-Ansari came by. The Holy Prophet (S.A.W.). looked at [&hellip

One Jewish woman’s fight for Palestine

One Jewish woman’s fight for Palestine

One Jewish woman’s fight for Palestine “Not all the dead were fighters,” says Loewenstein. “Some were old men, women and children.”  Yasmin Mogahed (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – For Jennifer Loewenstein, April 19, 2002 was a “waking nightmare”. She stood silent at the edge of the camp, in disbelief–and horror.Listening to the sound of wailing, she watched as medical [&hellip

The Perfect Man – Part 5

The Perfect Man – Part 5

The Perfect Man, By Ayatollah Shaheed Mutahhari (Part 5)     He who considers his intelligence to be his enemy never feels the uneasiness and misfortunes caused by ignorance, otherwise he would not make such a remark. In physical illness, too, there must be pain, otherwise the illness could not be diagnosed and consequently treated; [&hellip

National Stadium charges reduced

National Stadium charges reduced

Deputy Minister, Amos Makala The Ministry of Information, Youth, Culture and Sports has reduced some of the charges of the 60,000-seater National Stadium in Dar es Salaam. The ministry has, however, cancelled fees for stadium technical supports, pitch preparations, cleanliness, security, field, tickets, electricity and 10 percent of gate collection which was being taken by [&hellip