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5 Organizations Helping to End the Rohingya Genocide

According to the United Nations, there are about 800,000 Rohingya in Myanmar that are considered to be among the most persecuted people in the world. Deadly strife between the Buddhist and Muslims has killed thousands and left others hungry and homeless, as their dwellings and families are burned to ashes. United Nations officials confirm and…

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5 Best Technological Advancements of 2016

Our future is shaped by technological advancements. As a result, we are moving closer and closer to achieving a society that we only imagined from the works of Orwell, Huxley or Asimov. We shouldn’t hesitate to utilize its benefits to enhance the quality our lives through these gifts of science and engineering, but we must…

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Turkish Border Opens Hospitals for Syrian Evacuees

As dead civilians of Aleppo lay in dirt and rubble, the remaining living and wounded are unable to seek shelter in hospitals and medical facilities. The reason? Every single medical aid in Syria’s rebel-held Aleppo is crumbled with heavy bombardments. Babies are evacuated from incubators by panicked medical staff as all the children’s hospitals are…

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6 Lessons from the Gems of Islamic Teachings

Although I was born a Muslim, I never really considered myself one until I rediscovered the gems of Islam. Reading the Qur’an and its astounding interpretations inspired my thirst for knowledge and thus my journey of reading other extensive Islamic books and hadith commenced. Surprisingly, learning about Islam led me to explore other parts of…

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Mr. Wajeeh Nuseibeh opening the door to the holy church.

This Church in Jerusalem Is Protected by Two Muslim Families

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem is one of the most sacred shrines in Christianity. The Christians believe it to be the place where Jesus was crucified and entombed. Consequently, it has become a holy shrine of pilgrimage among the Christians from all over the world since 326 AD. Though it is considered…