Tuesday , 21 May 2019

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Study: Most Students Clueless About Fake News vs. Real News

A Stanford University study has found some 82 percent of middle-school students were unable to distinguish between an ad labeled “sponsored content” and a real news story on the Web, The Wall Street reports. According to the newspaper, the survey of some 7,804 students from middle-school through college also found: Many students judged the credibility of “news-like tweets on how ... Read More »

Asking (Supplication) Other than Allah

ASKING (SUPPLICATION) TO OTHER THAN ALLAH ASKING WALI WHO ARE BURRIED FOR FAVORS ISLAM PROHIBITS AS HARAM Few say they want pious persons to pray to intercede after their death by going to their grave so that their prayers are granted by Allah. Do you think it is correct? When Prophet-hood came to Muhammed SWAS, Pagans had number of statues ... Read More »

Sadness in Quran

SADNESS IN QURAN We become sad at times whereas sadness is never mentioned in Quran except in forbidding way or negating way. We feel depressed at times. You hear most of the time so and so is in depression. A Muslim can be sad as it is not mentioned in Quran. Smiling gets us many good deeds. Allah says always ... Read More »

Prying on Others

PRYING ON OTHERS Reporting without investigation it has been a trend of the day to send on what’s up without investigation. Few keep prying on others. Islam prohibits this. We must quote Quranic Ayah to tell about Allah’s instructions not the cooked up story which is a lie. Quran clearly says on this subject:- وَمَا ظَنُّ الَّذِينَ يَفْتَرُونَ عَلَى اللَّهِ ... Read More »


HADITH-72 “Help your brother whether he is an oppressor or an oppressed person. A companion asked: ‘Messenger of God (it is true) I will help him if he is an oppressed person, but please tell me how I am to help him if he happens to be an oppressor.’ The Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) answered: check him from ... Read More »

Politicans and businessmen back gaming sector petition for Malaga/Gibraltar flight to Malta

POLITICIANS, gaming bosses and businessmen are campaigning to introduce flights from southern Spain to Malta. More than 500 people have already signed a change.org petition which claims hundreds of work hours are lost every month as workers travel from Malaga and Gibraltar to Malta. There is currently no direct flight from Malaga or Gibraltar to Malta, despite thousands of workers ... Read More »

The Gibraltar Literary Festival is set to welcome a host of entertainers and academics

BUDDING authors and avid readers have bookmarked October 20, launch date for this year’s fourth annual Gibunco Gibraltar International Literary Festival. With a glittering constellation of media celebrities, TV books-01personalities, academics and celebrity chefs taking part, the festival has written itself a permanent place on the Rock’s fast-growing cultural calendar. The fourth edition of the three-day event will welcome Captain ... Read More »

Don’t leave the hotel” Houston Texans players in Mexico City warned

Security advice comes ahead of NFL Monday night game against the Oakland Raiders The Associated Press news agency has had access to a memo distributed to the team on Wednesday that included a page of information concerning the trip to Mexico. A section of the memo under the heading “Safety” had a bullet point with: “DO NOT leave the hotel.” ... Read More »

5-day ‘Green alert’ from Civil defense

A GREEN ALERT for Bocas del Toro, Chiriquí and Veraguas was issued Thursday, Nov. 17 by the civil defense system, Sinaproc . The alert covers the next five days and was issued due to a low pressure system southeast of the Caribbean Sea. The center of emergency operations (COE) reported that for the next five days moderate rains are expected ... Read More »

ENVIRONMENT: Antarctica, where nations agree

  IN 1772, sailing to the far south, Captain James Cook deflated the prevailing myth of Antarctica, that it was a temperate land, fertile and populated. Although he never landed on the continent he saw the vast icebergs, the frozen sea and the “worst weather anywhere in the world”. He wrote that “it is a continent doomed by nature” and ... Read More »