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Monthly Archives: October 2017

MQI represented at the United Youth Assembly in New York City

The conference explored cross-cutting issues and solutions for sustainable development in the social, economic, and environmental dimensions. During discussion with panelists, delegates from different countries, representative of other organizations and leaders from the World Bank, he explained the multi-dimensional work done by Shyakh-ul-Islam Dr. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri especially work on global peace and counter terrorism. He also explained Sustainable Development Plans, ... Read More »

Companies Turn Blind Eye to Open Source Security Risks

Many software developers and enterprise users have been lax or oblivious to the need to properly manage open source software, suggest survey results Flexera released Tuesday. Companies are not mindful of open source components and fail to monitor security implications, according to the report, which highlights the consequences of failure to establish open source acquisition and usage policies, and to ... Read More »

Harman Kardon’s Cortana-Powered Smart Speaker Underwhelms

Early reviews of the Harman Kardon Invoke with Cortana — the smart speaker that features Microsoft’s personal assistant — have been lukewarm at best. The speaker will be available for US$199.95 at Best Buy, Microsoft Stores and other retail outlets in the U.S. starting Sunday. Like Amazon’s Echo line and Google’s Home speakers, Invoke lets users play music, manage calendars, ... Read More »

Israel Facebook: Mistranslated post creates security alert

Israeli police arrested a Palestinian man last week after a Facebook post he made saying “good morning” in Arabic was mistranslated to read “attack them” in Hebrew, local media have reported. Police confirmed that the construction worker was briefly held under suspicion of incitement but was released as soon as the mistake was realised. The post showed a photo of ... Read More »

Hijab in Sports: How Muslim Women Athletes Are Fighting for Acceptance

Hijab in Sports: How Muslim Women Athletes Are Fighting for Acceptance Muslim athletes have helped kickstart a new discussion about allowing Hijab to be worn in competition. In 2016, Ibtihaj Muhammad became the first Muslim woman athlete competing for America to wear hijab during the Rio Olympics. As one of the most-talked about Olympians in a group that included names ... Read More »

‘Drawing Not Allowed In Islam’: Moeen Ali Told On Twitter

‘Drawing Not Allowed In Islam’: Moeen Ali Told On Twitter The England all-rounder had posted a drawing by him of Sir Viv Richards on Twitter for charity. England cricketer Moeen Ali became the latest target of trolls after he asked his Twitter followers to bid for his drawing for a charity. The all-rounder’s portrait of Sir Viv Richards was to ... Read More »

Islam a part of Europe

Islam a part of Europe SINCE the 2008 financial crisis, a right-wing populism preaching exclusivist nationalism has swept across Europe. Far-right groups that once found themselves relegated to the fringes of European society have exploited the anxieties of the continent’s most disenfranchised to demonise the outsider and popularise the politics of resentment. Utilising populist rhetoric, these once-derided movements have gained ... Read More »

The NFL Doesn’t Know Who or What It Is

The NFL Doesn’t Know Who or What It Is Chicago Cubs fans endured decades of futility but stuck like glue to their team. Ditto for the Golden State Warriors. Both teams were awful for what seemed like forever but never had any shortage of loyalty. And when the teams finally reached the pinnacle of success, every fan claimed the victory ... Read More »

Leicester Stars Riyad Mahrez & Islam Slimani Dropped by Algeria for World Cup Qualifiers

Leicester Stars Riyad Mahrez & Islam Slimani Dropped by Algeria for World Cup Qualifiers Algeria have omitted both Riyad Mahrez, the 2016 African Footballer of the Year, and Islam Slimani from their squad to face Cameroon in the next round of World Cup Qualifiers. The Leicester duo are the two major casualties of a disastrous campaign, after back-to-back losses to ... Read More »

Leicester 2 Liverpool 0: Islam Slimani and Shinji Okazaki ensure Reds miserable run continues

Leicester 2 Liverpool 0: Islam Slimani and Shinji Okazaki ensure Reds miserable run continues The Foxes make it four games without a win for Jurgen Klopp’s side at the King Power as Craig Shakespeare’s men produce second half sizzler to dump the Merseyside giants out of the Carabao Cup despite Philippe Coutinho’s return to the side The Japanese hitman replaced ... Read More »