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African migrants protest in Tel Aviv

African migrants protest in Tel Aviv

African migrants and human rights activists have demonstrated in Tel Aviv to protest against the Israeli regime’s detention policies. Hundreds of migrants, mostly Sudanese and Eritreans, along with a number of rights activists took to the streets of Tel Aviv on Saturday evening, shouting, “freedom” and “no more prison.” They demanded that the Tel Aviv [&hellip

Libya bomb attack toll rises to 13

Libya bomb attack toll rises to 13

The death toll from a bomb attack on a security checkpoint outside the eastern Libya city of Benghazi has risen to 13. The targeted checkpoint is located 50 kilometers (30 miles) east of Benghazi, which has been hit by a series of fatal attacks in recent months that have left over 300 people dead. The [&hellip

Qur’anic Reflections, Āyat 10:65

Qur’anic Reflections, Āyat 10:65

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 وَلَا يَحْزُنْكَ قَوْلُهُمْ ۘ إِنَّ الْعِزَّةَ لِلَّهِ جَمِيعًا ۚ هُوَ السَّمِيعُ الْعَلِيمُ And let not their speech grieve you; surely all honor belongs to Allah; He is the Hearing, the Knowing..  (Sura Yunus, [&hellip

Imam Ali (AS) in his own words

Imam Ali (AS) in his own words

Allama Mohammad Taqi Jafferi (1923-1998), is a renowned, world famous Shia scholar. A large part of his life consisted of writing a commentary on the Nahjul Balagha in 27 volumes. However, he did not successfully finish this, only completing 185 sermons. Allama Sheikh Muhammad Taqi Jafferi, in the first volume of this commentary, discussed the [&hellip

Sayyed Nasrallah: Hezbollah wages in Syria war of existence, not of privileges

Sayyed Nasrallah: Hezbollah wages in Syria war of existence, not of privileges

During the memorial ceremony for Martyr Commander Hassan Lakkis  at Sayyed Shohadaa complex, Sayyed Nasrallah said that the Syrian takfiri factions now threaten all those who oppose them and that they even have internal fights. “The war does not threaten the minorities, yet all the Syrians and the Lebanese, including all the sects,” Sayyed Nasrallah [&hellip

We were subjected to ‘meticulous, daily torture’ – freed Gitmo detainee

We were subjected to ‘meticulous, daily torture’ – freed Gitmo detainee

After years of being held at the US Naval Base in Cuba without trial, Ibrahim Idris, one of two Sudanese detainees released on Thursday, said US prison officials had “systematically tortured” him in the course of his 11-year imprisonment at Gitmo. Idris, who has been described by US officials as mentally ill, delivered his comments [&hellip

Syria army inflicts losses on militants

Syria army inflicts losses on militants

The Syrian army has kept up its operations against foreign-backed militants across the country, inflicting heavy losses on them. The army says it has killed a number of militants in the city of Duma near the Syrian capital Damascus. Several members of the al-Qaeda-linked group the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) are [&hellip

Simba,Yanga meet in tense derby

Simba,Yanga meet in tense derby

City rivals Young Africans SC and Simba SC meet in a tension packed friendly at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam today. Although it is a friendly but it is considered a league match as the two sides rarely meet and a loss will almost instantaneously lead to problems of technical bench cohesion and [&hellip

Tourism contributes $1.7 billion to the national economy

Tourism contributes $1.7 billion to the national economy

Dr Aloyce Nzuki More than one million tourists visited Tanzania this year bringing in $ 1.7 billion. This makes the sector a major contributor to the country’s economy, Managing Director of Tanzania Tourism Board (TTB) told this paper in and interview. Dr Aloyce Nzuki, speaking after his presentation during a tourism public lecture held at the [&hellip

Varsity helps sightless people access ICT

Varsity helps sightless people access ICT

Cosmas Mnyanyi, OUT’s ICT consultant Sightless people (the blind) in Tanzania can now access ICT studies following the introduction of a special programme that offers computer courses to people with vision disabilities, an initiative launched recently by Open University of Tanzania (OUT). OUT’s ICT consultant Cosmas Mnyanyi revealed this yesterday in relation to the project [&hellip