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Arab Regimes Are the World’s Most Powerful Islamophobes

Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman is seen behind a military band upon his arrival in Algiers, Algeria on Dec. 2, 2018. (Ryad Kramdi/AFP/Getty Images)In 2017, at a public panel in Riyadh, the foreign minister of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, issued a warning about Islamists in Europe. “There will come a day that we will see far more radical extremists and terrorists coming out of Europe because of lack of decision-making, trying to be politically correct, or assuming that they know the Middle East, and they know Islam, and they know the others far better than we do,” Zayed said. “I’m sorry, but that’s pure ignorance.” The message was clear: European leaders would face a future endemic of Islamic extremism if they continued to tolerate the presence of what he described as radical extremists and terrorists in the name of human rights, freedom of expression, and democracy….MORE :foreignpolicy

What is Islam?

This short 5 min video provides brief answers to what is Islam,what it stands for and what has been its contribution to civilization. . .

Countries With the Most Debt

A country’s external debt refers to money owed by a country to foreign countries, institutions or individuals who are outside its borders.A country’s external debt refers to money owed by a country to foreign countries, institutions or individuals who are outside its borders. Such debt can be settled through cash repayment, as well as through imports or other acceptable means. Ordinarily, the loans and the interest are paid in the currency the loan was made. A debt crisis may be experienced if a country having a weak economy is unable to its debt. According to the CIA World Factbook, these are the most indebted countries in the world… graphicmaps.com

Why 4 a.m. Is the Most Productive Hour

Prophet Mohammad (sallallahu’alayhi wasallam) said: “O Allah! Bless my Ummah in their [work done in the] Early Mornings.”(Attermidthi)
Apple chief executive Tim Cook, known for being among first in the office and the last to leave, starts his morning routine at 3:45 a.m…more: WSJ.COM

No. 1 Most Expensive Coffee Comes From Elephant’s No. 2

“I want people to taste the bean, not just the roast,” he says. “The aroma is floral and chocolate; the taste is chocolate malt with a bit of cherry; there’s no bitterness; and it’s very soft, like tea. Black Ivory Coffee workers sort coffee beans out of elephant dung.So it’s kind of like a cross between coffee and tea.”

To get to that point, the coffee beans are mixed into a mash with fruit, then fed to the elephants either by mouth, or hoovered right up the trunk. The latter pretty much sounds like a whole lot of change being sucked up a vacuum cleaner hose…more: npr.org