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Lest We Forget Deir Yassin Massacre, April 9, 1948

http://www.prc.org.uk By Issa Nakhla – The first major massacre in the 1948 War was the massacre of Deir Yassin on April 9110, 1948. It was designed to spread terror and panic among the Palestinian population in every city and village of Palestine in order to frighten them into fleeing, so …

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Zuma Reshuffles Cabinet, Fires Gordhan, Jonas, Hanekom & Peters

Faizel Patel, Radio Islam News – 31-03-2017 Pravin Gordhan Fired as Finance Minister by President Jacob Zuma Pic: SAJPG President Jacob Zuma has reshuffled his cabinet and wielded the axe firing Pravin Gordhan as Finance Minister, his deputy Mcebisi Jonas, Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom, and Transport Minister Dipuo Peters. Zuma …

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How Israel exports repression to the world

  Ebrahim Moosa – Opinion | 22 March 2017 Radio Islam Water, agriculture, food security, cybertech, finding solutions for drought, changing lives in Africa. For anyone attuned to Zionist hasbara discourse in South Africa, these are the buzzwords. Israeli technologies and innovations are game changers, making meaningful interventions in African …

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Burma Rohingya Muslims

UN launch investigation into claims security forces are torturing and raping minority group But Burma ambassador says UN should stay out of conflict Peter Walker The Independent Online Human rights organisations charge that civilians were killed and raped, and more than 1,000 homes burned down during counterinsurgency operations in Rohingya areas …

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Europe seems intent on making Islamophobia law

  Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling in two cases related to headscarves may pave way for firms to bar their employees from wearing Islamic headscarves and other visible religious symbols under certain conditions. AP By: Sofia Ahmed Source: The Independent Islam and Muslims are no longer welcome in Europe. If …

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How the events of 1916/7 are shaping 2016/7

Ebrahim Moosa – Radio Islam | 22 Jumad al Ukhra 1438/21 March 2017   With turmoil across the Middle East and a general state of political uncertainty globally, the present moment in time hearkens back to the era of one century ago, when the world was enveloped in a massive …

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US Syria mosque airstrike hit Tabligh Jamaat gathering

Radio Islam and Agencies | 20 Jumadal Ukhra 1438/19 March 2017   The deadly American airstrike on a mosque in Syria Thursday reportedly struck a Tablighi Jamaat gathering, it has been revealed. Reporting from the scene in al Jina, independent journalist Bilal Abdul Kareem of On the Ground News debunked …

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May you blossom in Jannah O Nawar al Awlaki!

Ebrahim Moosa – Opinion | 20 Jumad al Ukhra 1438/19 March 2017   Black and red. It has been said that the history of Islam can be captured in two colours. Black from the ink of scholars, and red from the blood of martyrs. If one has to consider the …

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NOW is the time to save water

Ebrahim Moosa – Radio Islam International | 16 Jumadal Ukhra 1438/15 March 2017 It’s official. Water restrictions have officially been lifted in Gauteng. “The Department of Water and Sanitation did gazette the lifting of the water restrictions in Gauteng on 13 March and based on that gazette, therefore, the water …

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