Friday, April 23, 2021   

  Home     About     Guest Editorials     Advertise     Blog     Site Map     Links     Contact      Subscribe RSS      Subscribe Email  
Articles in the Yahoo News Category:

Saudi top cleric calls suicide bombers ‘criminals’
By |

Saudi Arabia’s grand mufti branded suicide bombers as “criminals” who will go to “hell,” Al-Hayat daily reported Thursday. Suicide bombings are “great crimes” and bombers are “criminals who rush themselves to hell by their actions,” Sheikh said during a lecture in Riyadh a few days ago, according to Al-Hayat.

One Nation Candidate ‘Behind Anti-Muslim Campaign’
By |

Paula Doneman, Yahoo!7

FIRST ON 7: An alleged food contamination scare involving one of Australia’s favourite foods has exposed a One Nation candidate’s anti-Muslim campaign.

New Book Spearheads Renaissance of Muslim American Community
By |

Dr. Souheil Ghannouchi advocates a project through which participants will launch an American renaissance movement inspired by a new, revitalized, and uniquely American expression of Islam

Iranian-American woman says Apple refused to sell her an iPad
By |

19-year-old Sahar Sabet says an Apple Store in Georgia refused to sell her an iPad after a store representative overheard her speaking in Farsi. “Very hurtful, very embarrassing. I actually walked out in tears,” Sabet told WSBTV about her experience.

NJ mosque delays FBI visit meant to repair trust
By |

The FBI says a visit to a mosque by its top New Jersey official has been postponed at the request of mosque leaders. The Paterson mosque had been targeted by NYPD surveillance operations. It wasn’t immediately clear why the visit was called off.

Afghanistan: Seven Children and One 18 Year Old Murdered by French Troops
By |

KABUL (Reuters) – NATO-led forces in Afghanistan said on Monday they found the bodies of dead children after a coalition air strike that has enraged the Afghan government, and said their deaths may have been linked to an anti-insurgent operation in the area.

Army drops charges against last soldier in Afghan murder case
By |

SEATTLE (Reuters) – The U.S. Army has dismissed all charges against the last of five soldiers to face a court-martial in the slaying of unarmed Afghan civilians, officials from their home base near Tacoma, Washington, said on Friday.

Low IQ & Conservative Beliefs Linked to Prejudice
By |

By Stephanie Pappas

There’s no gentle way to put it: People who give in to racism and prejudice may simply be dumb, according to a new study that is bound to stir public controversy.

NYC mayor doesn’t address Muslim boycott of event
By |

NEW YORK – More than a dozen Muslim clerics and civic leaders skipped Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s annual interfaith breakfast Friday, saying they were upset that he supported police department surveillance efforts in their neighborhoods.

American Muslims Stand Out as a Multicultural Market with Significant Opportunities
By |

American Muslims are the most diverse religious group in America according to Magali Rheault, Senior Analyst, Gallup Center for Muslim Studies.