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Turkey Coup-2

Turkey Foils Bloody Coup Attempt, Closes In On Renegade Forces Over 250 people have been killed in Turkey coup attempt 1,563 military members have been arrested so far Turkey’s government defeated a coup attempt by a renegade faction of the military that pummeled government and security institutions overnight with fighter jets, reasserting control Saturday after hours of chaos and clashes ... Read More »

UK Government Counter-Terrorism Agenda

  The UK Government’s Counter Extremism Agenda to Secularize Muslim Youth By Maleeha Hasan Within the last decade British Muslims have been subject to an excessive level of propaganda and scrutiny. This has led to the amendment of existing terror laws and the introduction of the first all-encompassing social policy, which targets almost every aspect of Muslim life. The PREVENT ... Read More »

Virtues of Zamzam

Praise be to Allah. Imam ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyyah, may Allah have mercy on him, said,“Zamzam water is the best and noblest of all waters, the highest in status, the dearest to people, the most precious and valuable to them. It was dug by Jibril and is the water with which Allah quenched the thirst of Isma’il.” It was reported in ... Read More »

MIRACLES OF THE QURAN, SCIENTIFIC INTERPRETATIONS – SORAT AT-TARIQ [86:12] AND BY THE EARTH OF FISSURE

{ وَٱلأَرْضِ ذَاتِ ٱلصَّدْعِ } * { إِنَّهُ لَقَوْلٌ فَصْلٌ } * { وَمَا هوَ بِٱلْهَزْلِ } * [86:12] and [by] the earth of fissures, [86:13] assuredly it is a decisive word, [86:14] and it is not a jest. I will begin by stating the exact meaning of the related words, because transaltion can sometimes be misleading, Sad3 صدع [singular], ... Read More »

EU migrant crisis: France starts clearing Calais ‘Jungle’

French demolition teams acting on an eviction order have begun dismantling huts with hammers in part of the Calais migrant camp known as the Jungle.They seem to be leaving inhabited huts intact as they move through the camp’s southern sector, with riot police standing by in support.Two bulldozers have appeared on the periphery and a water cannon has been deployed ... Read More »

Migrants charge through Macedonia fence on Greek border

A crowd of migrants has burst through a barbed-wire fence on the Macedonia-Greece border using a steel pole as a battering ram.TV footage showed migrants pushing against the fence at Idomeni, ripping away barbed wire, as Macedonian police let off tear gas to force them away.A section of fence was smashed open with the battering ram. It is not clear ... Read More »

Cyclone Winston wreaks devastation in Fiji

At least five people have been killed and of widespread damage reported in Fiji after a massive cyclone hit the Island nation on Saturday. Tropical Cyclone Winston is believed to be one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the Southern Hemisphere with winds of over 300km/h (200mph). Read More »

European banks fail to sell Coco bonds

UK and European banks have failed to sell any so-called Coco bonds this year amid worries about the health of the banking sector. Cocos – short for contingent convertible bonds – are turned into shares if a bank starts to struggle. European banks raised around €45bn from the bonds last year. But in 2016 none have been issued, according to ... Read More »

Snowspeed: Why shouldn’t a sledge go at 150mph?

The world speed record for a gravity-powered snow sledge is currently 83mph (134km/h) but three Norwegian friends who have spent much of their lives messing about in snow have a plan to beat it – by about 70mph. The first step, writes Jorn Madslien, one of the trio of speed freaks, is to make sure the sledge is the right ... Read More »

Refugees caught between hope and harsh winter

Thousands of people defy the bitter cold to continue risking the dangerous journey to Europe The bitter winter weather has truly set in across much of Europe, but that has failed to deter thousands of refugees from risking the dangerous journey in the hope of a better future. From the rough Aegean Sea waters, through the snowy trek across the ... Read More »