Wednesday , 21 March 2018

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Modi talks of improving conditions of Muslims

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday sought to reach out to Muslims and weaker sections, saying that that there was need of focused activity to improve their economic condition. Replying to the debate on the motion of thanks to president’s address, Modi referred to Dalits, the oppressed and tribals and asked if their condition had improved. “Can we say we have ... Read More »

Oil prices hit nine-month high on Iraq crisis


Brent crude oil hit a nine-month high near $115 a barrel as the United States threatened military action against Islamist militants who have taken towns and cities in Iraq, raising concerns over its oil exports. Sunni insurgents gained more ground in Iraq, moving into two towns in the eastern province of Diyala after security forces abandoned their posts. The jihadists ... Read More »

The Undeclared War on Muslims is Big Business in America

There has long been a concerted effort to demonize Muslims in the American Homeland as a part of the never-ending big money maker that is the phony war on terror. Big media of course plays a critical role in the dark propaganda campaigns that ensure that millions of Americans will continue to see the menace of al Qaeda and worse ... Read More »

Muslim groups call for boycott of Cadbury in Malaysia


Muslim groups want a boycott in Malaysia of Cadbury products after two chocolate varieties broke Islamic rules by containing pork DNA. On Monday Cadbury Malaysia recalled Dairy Milk bars after authorities found the pork traces during a random test. A Muslim retail group said the 800 stores it represents would be asked not to sell Cadbury and Kraft products. Cadbury ... Read More »

Northern Ireland businessmen criticise Robinson Muslim comments


Peter Robinson told the Irish News on Wednesday he would not trust Muslims involved in violence or devotees of Sharia law. The DUP leader has since said he didn’t want to “cause distress” to Muslims. However, businessmen Phillip O’Doherty and Martin Symington have said the comments could have a negative impact. Mr Robinson made his comments in defence of Belfast ... Read More »