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  • Black Muslims aim for unity in challenging time for Islam

    DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) — In her job as a refugee case manager, Fatimah Farooq would come to work in a hijab and speak with her clients in Arabic. Nonetheless, she found herself being asked whether she was Muslim. It’s not easy, Farooq says, navigating her dual identities as black and Muslim. “I’m constantly trying to […]

  • Comment on Pulse of Europe : the movement, which is not against but for something

    Berlin – Social movements in Germany are called to be protest movements. They are grimly opposed to something – the establishment or the elites, Stuttgart 21 or Islam. The sound is harsh. Often violence is in the air. Humorlessness is a duty. And joy is suspicious. In this respect, the Pulse of Europe is something […]

  • Kenya aims to become next global centre of Islamic finance

    Nairobi East Africa’s biggest economy is positioning itself to become a regional hub for Islamic finance products. Kenya’s treasury ministry recently unveiled a plan to mainstream Islamic financing as part of an effort to stimulate economic growth, and to help set the sector up as a source of development funding Finance minister Henry Rotich said […]

  • Neuland Concerts makes itself independent

    Neuland Concerts is self-employed (Neuland Concerts) Conducts Neuland Concerts now as owner: Christian Gerlach (Photo: Neuland Concerts) The management of Hamburg organizer Neuland Concerts has bought out the company from the company’s mother Warner Music Germany. Neuland’s managing director Christian Gerlach and Warner Music Germany finished the sale as of April 1, 2017. The development […]

  • 7 Website Design Trends to Use When You Sell Services Online

    What is the point of a website? Depending on who you ask you will get a plethora of answers. Some websites are designed to help you show up in google, others are there for credibility purposes, some are to sell products and services directly from the website. No matter what your answer is, in the […]

  • Can Germany’s map for all-electric cars drive up emissions?

    Germany has ambitious plans for both electric cars and renewable energy. But it can’t deliver both. As things stand, Germany’s well-meaning but contradictory ambitions actually would boost emissions by an amount comparable with the present-day emissions of the entire country of Uruguay or the state of Montana. In October the Bundesrat, the country’s upper legislative […]