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Racism in South Africa is fed by jarring economic inequality

Rashida Ntotela – Cii News | 12 Safar 1437/25 November 2015 The world thought racism had come to an end when South Africa held its first democratic elections in 1994 ending the cruel rein of Apartheid, but starkingly, 20 years post apartheid, racism woven with our capitalist system remains the …

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Chechnya – A Rising Star of Islam

By Moosa Salie Chechnya is a country of extraordinary beauty, full of majestic mountains with lush vegetation and mountaintop villages rising above the tree lines. Rapid rivers have cut spectacular gorges throughout the region. It is a land where nature’s beauty has been allowed to flourish, undisturbed by the interference …

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Turkish F-16 jets shoot down Russian warplane near Syrian border

WATCH:  Peres: Erdogan wanted to turn Turkey into Iran, and there’s no room for another Iran Turkey to consult with NATO, UN on Syria border development Turkish F16s warned the jet over the airspace violations before shooting it down, Ankara says; Russia denies warplane violated Turkey’s airspace. ANKARA – Turkish …

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Israel Does Not Want Peace

Rejectionism is embedded in Israel’s most primal beliefs. There, at the deepest level, lies the concept that this land is destined for the Jews alone. Gideon Levy James Baker: You can’t force-feed peace to Israel or the Palestinians Did Israel really think Hamas would turn the other cheek? Israel does …

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Is there really a Muslim problem in France?

umm Abdillah, Radio Islam Programming | 2015.11.19 | 06 Safar 1437 H  Racial slurs on the walls of a mosque in the town of Saint-Etienne, central France. France places a premium on national identity, pressing their population to put “Frenchness” before any religious or national background. The expressed conviction, by …

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Middle East

Strange things are happening in the Middle East Cii News | 06 Safar 1437/19 November 2015 As wars, conflict, death and suffering continue to be the major defining characteristics of large parts of the Middle East today, this month has witnessed several unusual natural phenomena being witnessed in the region …

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French airstrikes hit stadium, museum & medical clinics in Raqqa

French president’s airstrikes hit stadium, museum and medical clinics in Raqqa   The Mirror is carrying the story of anti-ISIS activists in Syria reporting that French airstrikes have hit a stadium, museum and medical clinics in Raqqa. This is the exact pandering to the war mongers of ISIS and the western …

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Tips to conserve water effectively

Radio Islam News Team – 16/11/2015 As South Africa experiences one of the worst droughts in over 23 years, here are a few simple steps to help you play your part by saving water wisely. The Importance of Conserving Water    Clean, abundant water is one of this country greatest treasures …

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10 Reasons Why The Paris Terrorist Attack Could Be A False Flag Operation

By Binu Mathew 16 November, 2015 Countercurrents.org The Paris terrorist attack that killed 129 people is a horrific, heinous and barbarious act. We should strongly condemn the incident and demand that thorough investigation should be conducted and the perpetrators should be booked and given exemplary punishment so that such incidents …

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