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Monthly Archives: December 2014

Pope visits Jerusalem holy sites on last day in Middle East

Pope Francis has visited the most important holy sites for Muslims and Jews in Jerusalem’s Old City on the final day of his Middle East tour. At the al-Aqsa mosque compound, the Pope urged people of all religions to “work together for justice and peace”. He then prayed at the Western Wall, which lies just beneath it, bowing his head ... Read More »


PRESS RELEASE TORONTO BASED QASEEDA SINGERS THRILL GUYANESE With a packed lecture hall, including Prime Minister Samuel Hinds, Leader of the Opposition David Granger and numerous other dignitaries as well as members of the various masjids, and with the picturesque Anna Catherina Islamic Complex looking its best, Toronto based, international Recording Female Qaseeda Singers, Guyanese born, Nazima Hossain and her ... Read More »

Muslims in New Zealand are young, energetic and growing


Mohammed Answar Ali, secretary of the New Zealand Muslim Association. Although a minority, less than 1% of the total population, the Muslim population in New Zealand is young, energetic and growing. It is estimated that there are approximately 17,000 Muslims in New Zealand representing a wide range of nations including Fiji, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Indonesia and Malaysia. The ... Read More »

Hazem Bata Takes the Helm as ISNA’s New Secretary General


(Plainfield, IN 5/27/14) The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) is excited to announce the appointment of Hazem Bata as its new secretary general. Mr. Bata is a lawyer and activist, and looks forward to making outstanding contributions to the American Muslim community. He holds a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from West Virginia University School of Law and a Master ... Read More »

Liberian Americans warned to stay away from homeland

Fomba Konjan, photographed in his Minneapolis apartment, Sept. 4, 2014, has lost 32 family members to Ebola. Jeffrey Thompson / MPR News LISTEN Liberian Americans warned to stay away from homeland 4min 16sec Updated at 10:30 a.m. In Minnesota, many of the 12,000 people from Liberia know someone in their homeland who has been sickened or killed by Ebola since the outbreak ... Read More »