Saturday , 24 March 2018

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Islamic Terrorists Slaughter Catholic Priest in France

Two terrorists allied with the Islamic State stormed into a Catholic church in northern France during the midst of the celebration of Mass. They took hostages and then cut the throat of the 86-year-old priest in the church. A team of police trained in special weapons and techniques came to the scene and shot the two militants to death. Bomb ... Read More »

Germany bans Islamic group DWR as police launch raids on 190 sites

German police have launched dawn raids on about 190 mosques, flats and offices linked to an Islamic group as the government bans the organisation, accusing it of radicalising young people. The interior minister, Thomas de Maizière, said the DWR “True Religion” organisation had contacted young people as it distributed Qur’ans and other religious material, and had persuaded about 140 of ... Read More »

Van driver attacks truck drivers on side of English motorway

An aggressive van driver has taken his anger out on two unsuspecting truck drivers instead of swapping insurance details on the side of an English motorway. The man’s van and a truck collided on the M62, in Greater Manchester, on November 9. Police say the quarrel kicked off after the truck drivers asked the man for his insurance details. In ... Read More »

Barcelona set to launch appeal against Neymar corruption trial ruling

BARCELONA are to appeal a judge’s ruling that Neymar should face trial for corruption. The Brazil star’s case had been dismissed, but was reopened on Monday by investment fund DIS, which claims it is owed up to €30 million from Neymar’s 2013 move from Santos to Barcelona. The company, which owned 40% of the 24-year-old’s transfer rights, says part of ... 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 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 »

No more corruption’: King Felipe tells Spain’s parliament

Spain’s king on Thursday urged an end to the graft scandals that have long plagued his nation, as he opened a new session of parliament after nearly a year of political paralysis. The matter is particularly close to heart for Felipe VI, whose sister is on trial over the alleged illegal business dealings of her husband. At the same time, ... Read More »

Spain’s most charming undiscovered towns

We all know Seville is stunning, Barcelona’s beautiful and Oviedo’s awesome but Spain has dozens of small towns that are just waiting to be discovered. Spain is, arguably, the best holiday destination in the world and enjoys record breaking numbers of tourists every year, who lap up its tapas and enjoy visiting its beaches and big cities. But away from ... Read More »

League of nationalists

All around the world, nationalists are gaining ground. Why? AFTER the sans culottes rose up against Louis XVI in 1789 they drew up a declaration of the universal rights of man and of the citizen. Napoleon’s Grande Armée marched not just for the glory of France but for liberty, equality and fraternity. By contrast, the nationalism born with the unification ... Read More »

First major Quran exhibition in US set to open

Smithsonian exhibition includes 47 handwritten Qurans from Turkey World Bulletin / News Desk Forty-seven centuries old handwritten Qurans from Turkey will be presented Saturday at the first major Quran exhibition here at the Smithsonian Institution. The Qurans were brought from the more than 100-year-old Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts in Istanbul. The exhibition will also include 18 Qurans from ... Read More »

How The Qur’an Was Secretly Taught in the Soviet Union

The story of how the Qur’an was kept and taught. World Bulletin / News Desk A ninety-five year old Muslim man from Russia explained how the ʿUlamā (Muslims scholars) of Russia taught the Qurʼān during the days of communism. He was twenty-five years of age when the execution and oppression of the Muslims commenced and he witnessed the entire period. ... Read More »