Obamas’s denial about any trace of Islam in his faith

Obamas’s denial about any trace of Islam in his faith

At a stop at Smoky Row Coffee Shop in Oskaloosa, Obama sat down to eat some pumpkin pie with four local women and ended up having to explain how he was not a Muslim.
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Michael Jackson Confirms his Conversion to Islam

Michael Jackson Confirms his Conversion to Islam

The Full Story 21st-22nd November 2008 plz read the Description Box 

مايكل جاكسون يعتنق الاسلام القصة كاملة

One anthem, one country, one love

   One anthem, one country, one love 

COMMENT: I hope Myanmar military leaders, Burmese Buddhists, all the ethnic minorities and minority religious people could read this very good article. If all of us could love our country, believe in one another’s love of our country, we could have mutual trust, love, tolerance and work together for country.

 

DEC 26 — The year is drawing to a close, and the Christmas break at my university has afforded me some time for introspection. As we look to what a new year beckons, I wonder what is to become of the Malaysian nation. It has been over five decades since we became a free nation — but a nation of what? As we move towards a two-party system and a more open arena for vigorous debate, we cannot forget the ties that bind us together.

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Why we’re still happy

Why we’re still happy 

 NEW YORK, Dec 28 — These days, bad news about the economy is everywhere.

So why aren’t we panicking? Why aren’t we spending our days dejected about the markets?

How is it that we manage to remain mostly preoccupied with the quotidian tasks and concerns of life? Traffic, dinner, homework, deadlines, sharp words, flirtatious glances.

Because the news these days affects everyone.

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Mexican beauty queen loses title after drug bust

Mexican beauty queen loses title after drug bust

Laura Zuniga, the Mexican beauty queen jailed after she was picked up with an alleged drug cartel leader and heavily armed men, has been stripped of one of her titles, Bolivian organizers said on Saturday.

Zuniga lost her title as Queen of Hispanic America, said Promociones Gloria, the Bolivian group that organizes the event.

Vivian Noronha Cia of Brazil now takes the tiara “as consequence of the events known to the public in which Miss Laura Zuniga… was involved,” Promociones Gloria said in a brief statement.

Zuniga “failed to follow the rules of the contest, which state that the winner must display correct behaviour,

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Hijra

Hijra

Hijra, as an Arabic word meaning migration (also romanised as hijrahhejira and hegira) (cf. Hebrew הגירה hagirah for emigration) may refer to:

  1. The Hijra (Islam) (هجرة) is the emigration of Muhammad and his followers to the city of Medina in 622 CE, marking the first year of the Islamic calendar, 1 AH (anno Hegirae).
  2. Migration to Abyssinia, in 615 CE a number of Sahaba migrated to Ethiopia
  3. Meccan boycott of Hashemites and Muhammad, the second migration due to the boycott in 617–619
  4. Migration to Medina, the third and final emigration of Muhammad and his followers to the city of Medina in 622
  5. Hijri year, marks the start of the Hijri year of the Islamic calendar

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SHAMELESS SELFISH ENEMIES OF MYANMAR PEOPLE

SHAMELESS SELFISH ENEMIES OF MYANMAR PEOPLE  

MYANMARS IN DEMOCRATIC COUNTRIES LIKE USA AND EU SHOULD THROW SHOES AND SLIPPERS ON THE PHOTOS OF THOSE COUNTRIES’ LEADERS ESPECIALLY FOREIGN MINISTERS.

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ANNEX VII

Vote on Human Rights Situation on Myanmar

The draft resolution on the human rights situation in Myanmar (document A/63/430/Add.3) was adopted by a recorded vote of 80 in favour to 25 against, with 45 abstentions, as follows:

Against Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Brunei Darussalam, China, Cuba, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Egypt, India, Iran, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Libya, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Oman, Russian Federation, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Viet Nam, Zimbabwe.

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UN Passes Strong Resolution on Burma Human Rights Abuses

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Department of Public Information • News and Media Division • New York

Sixty-third General Assembly

Plenary

74th Meeting (Night)

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ENDS MAIN PART OF SIXTY-THIRD SESSION, ADOPTING TEXTS ON HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, NEW SYSTEM FOR UNITED NATIONS ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

Assembly also Endorses Doha Declaration on Development Financing,

President Urges Delegations to ‘Recharge Batteries’ for Busy Year Ahead

A resolution on the human rights situation in Myanmar was adopted by a recorded vote of 80 in favour to 25 against, with 45 abstentions (annex VII), despite objections by the representative of Myanmar, who rejected the resolution, calling it a “blatant interference” in the home-grown political process. A largely procedural text on the Committee on the Rights of the Child was also adopted by consensus, on the recommendation of the Third Committee.

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China Signs Burmese Gas Deal for 30-year Supply

China Signs Burmese Gas Deal for 30-year Supply 

The China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) has concluded a 30-year deal to buy natural gas from Burma, the Chinese Corp announced on Friday. 

CNPC said in a press release that it signed an agreement with Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise, South Korea’s Daewoo International, India’s Oil & Natural Gas Corp Videsh Limited and Gail (India) Limited in Rangoon on December 24. 

The signing guarantees that energy-hungry China can fill a portion of its energy demand for nature gas from Burma’s offshore Blocks A-1 and A-3 in the Bay of Bengal for at least 30 years. 

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Islamic New Year (1 st Muharram-1430)

 

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This is an Arabic word which means wish you well this year and years to come. It was written in calligraphy style called (tagra) which were used by the Ottoman sultans as a seal during the Islamic Khilaffa

from:thekeytoIslam.com

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Islamic New Year

from:About.com/Islam

Muslims do not traditionally “celebrate” the beginning of a new year, but we do acknowledge the passing of time, and take time to reflect on our own mortality.

Muslims measure the passage of time using the Islamic (Hijrah) calendar. This calendar has twelve lunar months, the beginnings and endings of which are determined by the sighting of the crescent moon. Years are counted since the Hijrah, which is when the Prophet Muhammad migrated from Mecca to Madinah (approximately July 622 A.D.).

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