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Hamida

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Umut Özkırımlı (born 18 November 1970, Ankara, Turkey) is a political scientist known for his work in nationalism studies.   Can you please tell us something about yourself: your early life, schooling and college life?   Nothing out of the ordinary really. A caring mother, a famous father (who was a literary historian...
Today was the last day of WARP summit, and 2nd press conference was held in which the Chairman of HWPL briefed to media participants about the achievements of WARP summit and answered their questions. WARP summit became the cornerstone for achieving world peace, by more than 600 religious leaders...
Today, World Alliance of Religions: Peace Summit 2014 (WARP) officially began by opening ceremony, which was full of splendor presented by card section performed by more than 10,000 youth, and message of peace delivered by former presidents and prominent religious leaders.   The speakers were: 1.The chairman of HWPL 2. Chairwoman of IWPG 3....
SEOUL—Governmental and religious leaders, youth organizations, and women groups gather to attend the world’s largest peace summit held in the Republic of South Korea, where a sustainable solution to peace will be presented, as well as methods and programs for the cessation of war. On September 17-18, the 2014 World...
George Ritzer  is an American sociologist, professor, and author who studies globalization, metatheory, patterns of consumption, and modern and postmodern social theory. His most notable contribution to date is his concept of McDonaldization, which draws upon Max Weber's idea of rationalization through the lens of the fast food industry. Currently, Ritzer is a Distinguished Professor at the University of Maryland, College...
"Only Allah can repay all those who prayed for my new life," the 28-year-old said.. PETALING JAYA – Falling in-love with Islamic headscarf or hijab, Malaysia’s first-ever playboy girl has decided to revert to Islam on her birthday next July 3, months after taking up a new job as a...
If you celebrate Ramadan, you know that during the next hot summer month you won’t be able to eat or drink anything — including water — from before dawn to sunset. To maintain energy and hydration throughout the day follow these tips for your pre-dawn meal from Muslim registered...
While eating halal can be a challenge in some Canadian cities where the Muslim population is small, the only challenge Muslims in the Greater Toronto Area face is choosing between a myriad of delicious options. Halal food, or food which follows Islamic Law and is permissible for Muslims to eat, is...
These photographs all tell stories about the historical figures or events that they represent. Once taken simply to document their present, they now help us witness the past .Many photographs only become iconic shots years later, once we understand their importance and historical context. From historical landmarks and famous...
Scientists were looking for a cure for arthritis. They may have found a cure for baldness due to massive hair growth caused by one drug they tested. The test was done over eight months on a 25-year-old man. The man suffered from a condition that caused him to have barely...
Pope Francis had harsh words for the Italian Mafia on Saturday, describing one crime syndicate as "the adoration of evil" and saying all mafiosi "are excommunicated" from the church. Francis’ condemnation was the strongest attack on the mob since Pope John Paul criticized the Sicilian Mafia in 1993. Francis made the remarks after...
People in Japan usually drink water right after they wake up. Numerous studies have confirmed the advantage of this habit. This morning routine has healing effect and provides positive results regarding different serious diseases. There is evidence proving that drinking water on an empty stomach can be amazingly helpful in treating numerous diseases,...
Stories about Hollywood producer Arnon Milchan's alleged double life have been circulating for years. Now, the Israeli businessman behind hits like "Pretty Woman," "Fight Club" and "L.A. Confidential" has finally come forth with a stunning admission - for years he served as an Israeli spy, buying arms on its behalf...
Medicine is one of the most humanitarian professions in the world-yet one of the longest. When someone enrolls in the medicine school, we all know that by the time they finish school they will be around 30-or at least on their late 20′s. But not for this girl; Eqbal Asa’d...
WASHINGTON – Hours after his release by the Taliban, reports claiming that US Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has reverted to Islam during his five-year captivity in Afghanistan and declared himself "mujahid," or warrior for Islam, have been circulated by Fox News which cited secret documents. “Bergdahl has converted to Islam...
Fasting for as little as three days can regenerate the entire immune system, even in the elderly, scientists have found in a breakthrough described as "remarkable". Although fasting diets have been criticised by nutritionists for being unhealthy, new research suggests starving the body kick-starts stem cells into producing new white...
Media Matters for America put together a collage of Fox Cable News commentators smearing the father of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl as having a Taliban-like beard and maybe even being a Taliban sympathizer. Thanks to MM4A for the Laura Ingram clip in which she says that if he weren’t so...
With Both Sides Of, New York City based photographer Alex John Beck tests our definition of beauty. Inspired by the theory that symmetrical faces are the most attractive, the artist constructs a pair of entirely symmetrical portraits drawn from a single visage, one made from the model’s lefthand side and its mirror...
Melvyn Amrine wasn’t going to let Alzheimer’s get in the way of a tradition he’d maintained every Mother’s Day since his wife Doris gave birth to their first child. So, the day before Mother’s Day this year, Melvyn left home to buy his wife flowers. However, Melvyn typically requires assistance...
Aminur Chowdhury from Bradford, England was racially abused by homeless man Ben Gallon but rather than throw insults back, Aminur decided to engage in conversation with him and invited him to have a drink. Aminur says: “Initially I turned the other cheek but then I was challenging Ben about what he...
Forbes released its ’30 Under 30′ list for 2014 on Monday, in which the business magazine recognises 450 young game-changers across 15 different fields.  This year’s Social Entrepreneurship category features three Pakistani women who they believe are changing the world. The most well-known face among the three is Malala Yousufzai, whose campaign for...
Men who report watching a lot of pornography tend to have less volume and activity in regions of the brain linked to rewards and motivation, says a new German study. The study, published in JAMA Psychiatry, can’t say watching porn caused the decrease in brain matter and activity, however. It’s not...
ATHENS – A hijab-clad Greek woman has become the first ever Muslim candidate to represent her country at the coming European Parliament elections, hoping to prevent anti-Muslim discrimination and ensure equality for the religious minority. "I have been nominated from the Eco Green Party Greece - the ecological political party...
The news: One hundred children orphaned by the Syrian civil war could find a home in Uruguayan President José "Pepe" Mujica's summer retreat, "a mansion and riverfront estate surrounded by rolling pastures," according to Yahoo News. That would be a welcome sight for any of the hundreds of thousands of refugees displaced by...
All links lead to pages in Portuguese, except when otherwise noted.   Saturday, May 3, Fabiane Maria de Jesus, 33 years old, was coming back home at the Morrinhos neighborhood, outskirts of the city of Guaruja, Sao Paulo’s coast. The housewife, mother of two daughters – a 12 and an...
Yonder sky that has wept tears of compassion upon my people for centuries untold, and which to us appears changeless and eternal, may change. Today is fair. Tomorrow it may be overcast with clouds. My words are like the stars that never change. Whatever Seattle says, the great chief...
With Obama pledging in the latest State of the Union address to finally shutter the prison camp at Guantanamo Bay -- something he's been promising to do since his 2008 election campaign -- it's worth revisiting the people who remain imprisoned there, more than a decade after the GW Bush...
Officials confirmed nine crime scenes across Isla Vista, but no shots were fired on the university's campus A man stabbed three people to death at his apartment before plowing through the streets in a black BMW and spraying bullets into Friday night crowds, leaving seven people dead and several more...
When Wendy's redesigned its logo in 2013, the company insisted the word "MOM" in the collar was unintentional. But plenty of other logos contain messages that were very much intended. Here are some examples, some more obvious than others. 1. THE FEDEX ARROW The classic! As Matthew May said in The Laws of...
The US military is easing its uniform rules to allow religious wear including turbans, skullcaps, beards and tattoos, officials have said. Muslim, Sikh, Jewish and Wiccan soldiers, marines, sailors and airmen can now request exemptions to strict military uniform and grooming policies. Requests will be evaluated individually and can be denied...