A Nunavut man died this week while protecting his children from a rare polar bear attack. RCMP say Aaron Gibbons, 31, was on an island about 10 kilometres from the hamlet of Arviat, along the west coast of Hudson Bay, on Tuesday afternoon when the bear attacked….more: .winnipegfreepress
Several videos have been circulating on social media in which the man has asked a gathering of people to chant “Allah Akbar.” The individual promised to share all the wealth equitably to all those present and change their destiny, according to him…MORE: moroccoworldnews
A Jordanian doctor narrated dramatic details about the incident that occurred about a year ago in Canada. Dr Tarek Ali, who was stabbed and burned inside his vehicle on an outbound route to the City of London, Ontario, at the end of January 2017, recounted the story from its inception and how he managed to overcome all the conditions to return to work. He said …more: london. …more: arabi
Holding your nose and closing your mouth while you sneeze might seem like a harmless thing to do, but doctors have advised against it following the case of a man who ruptured the back of his throat when doing so.
Ear, nose and throat specialists at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust said trying to contain a forceful sneeze in such a way is not a good idea as it could lead to “numerous complications”….more: independent.co.uk
Balbir Singh was a kar sevak who participated in the razing of the Babri Masjid. Today, as Mohammed Amir, his goal is to repair and rebuild 100 mosques.
The talk is of madness. The powerful hold it can take on one, and how the fear caused by the idea of madness can in itself be maddening.
Mohammad Amir, physically nondescript, with a triple Masters in History, Political Science, and English, and an itinerant pilgrim, should know what he is talking about: Long ago, 25 years to be precise, he had a dalliance with insanity.
it is not an ancient Greek sculpture…It is the real Photo of Syrian man taken shortly before his death captures horrors of war…At first glance, the image looks like a Greek sculpture of a historical figure or an oil painting, however it’s actually a recent photo of a Syrian man from the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa.
Mr Smedley, a millionaire hotelier and scion of the Smedley’s tinned food empire, had been such an intensely private man that none of the recipients had known in advance that he had planned his own assisted suicide and travelled to the Dignitas clinic in Switzerland to end his life…Mr Smedley, who was suffering from motor neurone disease, is referred to only as “Peter” in the BBC2 film, Choosing to Die, which will be broadcast on Monday.
Until now, his full identity has remained a secret, but his friends have told The Daily Telegraph of his determination to help change the law on assisted suicide and paid tribute to his courage…more:.telegraph.co.uk/
Attorney Tahirah Amatul Wadud leads on this historic case:
The Muslims of America, Inc., heads to civil court, where our attorneys Tahirah Amatul-Wadud and Tahirah H. Clark will take up the case filed last March against Mr. Doggart in Binghamton, New York. The civil complaint charges Mr. Doggart with violation of 18 U.S. Code § 248, the “FACE” Act, which prohibits anyone, who by force or threat of force, or by physical obstruction intentionally injures, intimidates or interferes with or attempts to injure, intimidate or interfere with any person lawfully exercising or seeking to exercise the First Amendment right of religious freedom at a place of religious worship…more: