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Marvel Under Fire Over MAJOR Controversial Change To Character

If you are not watching the Marvel Studios original series on Disney+ the MCU is leaving you in the dust. WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki have had major impacts on the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and have received overwhelming love from Marvel fans. But one show coming down the pipeline has fans apprehensive especially now that some new concept art revealed by MCU Facility on Twitter shows a problematic change to an upcoming character’s powers.
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The Battle of Jaffa: When 2,000 Knights Defeated 20,000 Muslims By Raymond Ibrahim

This week in history witnessed a small band of Christian knights terrify and brutally defeat a massive horde of Muslims. On July 27, 1192, Saladin, the great sultan-hero of Islam, surrounded and besieged the tiny Christian-held town of Jaffa. According to contemporary chronicles, the Muslims numbered as much as 20,000 and “covered the face of the earth like locusts.”
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The Muslims Are Coming

6:00pm til 7:30pm (last entry 6:00pm) The Muslims Are Coming with a halal-arious comedy show to celebrate Eid. This event occurred in August 2021. If you're looking for a upcoming event, try the links below:. The Muslims Are Coming with a halal-arious comedy show to celebrate Eid. The Muslims Are...
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How a fake network pushes pro-China propaganda

A sprawling network of more than 350 fake social media profiles is pushing pro-China narratives and attempting to discredit those seen as opponents of China's government, according to a new study. The aim is to delegitimise the West and boost China's influence and image overseas, the report by the Centre...
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Lithuania rejects migrants at border

Lithuania has started to turn back migrants arriving via Belarus at the green border. The head of the border guards, Rustamas Liubajevas, said that it started at midnight on Tuesday and that initially “more than 100 migrants were not allowed to enter the territory of the Republic of Lithuania”. He then spoke of 180 people, according to the Baltic agency BNS. Since June, the EU country has recorded an unusual influx of more than 3,000 illegal border workers from Iraq and 39 other Asian and African countries. Belarusian dictator Alexandr Lukashenko has repeatedly threatened not to stop “drugs and migrants” and armed “radical Muslims” en route to the EU in the future.
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Laying the foundations for our Jewish liberation

The following is an essay published as part of +972’s New Futures project. In this series, writers, thinkers, and activists share how they visualize Israel-Palestine the day after the pandemic, as a way of transforming this dystopian moment into an exercise in radical imagination of rethinking through the past, present, and future of this region, and envisioning a different reality for all those living between the river and the sea.
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Dilip Kumar: an Indian metaphor

ONE sees a few good reasons to miss Dilip Kumar every August 5, starting this week. It was on this day that his most popular movie Mughal-i-Azam was released in 1960 depicting a halcyonic blend of Hindu and Muslim cultures during emperor Akbar’s rule (1556–1605). It’s an essential beauty of Akbar’s rule that regressively tutored Hindus and Muslims bear equal malice for his fabled secular worldview. The film’s story was largely mythological — like Camelot — but Mughal-i-Azam was crucially told from a Nehruvian lens that romanced the coming together of popular lore with the secular sensibilities of a newly independent multicultural democracy.
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Why visiting Indonesia should top Pope Francis' list

Pope Francis was supposed to visit Indonesia, Timor-Leste and Papua New Guinea late last year, but the trip was canceled when the world succumbed to the Covid-19 pandemic. Pope Francis was supposed to visit Indonesia, Timor-Leste and Papua New Guinea late last year, but the trip was canceled when the world succumbed to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Christian nurses under threat in Pakistan

An estimated 60-70% of nurses in Pakistan are Christians. The country has more than 160 registered nursing training institutions where the student body is mostly Christian. Recently, Christian nurses have suffered discrimination and even threats of physical violence from Muslim colleagues, who have accused them of blasphemy. Three blasphemy allegations against Christian nurses have been reported so far this year.
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Afghanistan: commander of GB forces, chaos is a possible scenario

(ANSA) - LONDON, AUGUST 04 - Afghanistan risks becoming "a failed state", something worse than a failed state in the English sense, after the withdrawal of Western forces following twenty years of military occupation. General Nick Carter, Chief of Staff of the British Defense, admits this, entrusting the only hopes...
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Empowering communities key to public safety in Chicago

CHICAGO—Chicago’s Empowering Communities for Public Safety Ordinance opens the door to real community control of the police. It passed the City Council by a vote of 36-13 on July 21. It is the most far-reaching such proposal to be passed by any city in the United States. The ordinance creates...
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5 key stats from Mambu’s report on Islamic banking’s significance

With 1.9 billion Muslims in the world, Islamic finance and banking holds incredible potential. Southeast Asia is home to approximately 275 million Muslims. Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei are Muslim-majority countries. That means there’s a huge opportunity for institutions of Islamic finance to flourish in the region. This includes applications in fintech and digital banking too. However, at the moment, it…
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Rep. Omar Wants to Replace July 4th With Muslim Heritage Month

July is when families load up screaming kids into a minivan for a road trip, when water parks overflow with the smells of cotton candy and chlorine, and Chicago shootings reach highs only previously witnessed in minor South American wars. Sprinklers rotate over dying lawns and glorious fireworks rise into the sky over a American million cities, towns and villages.
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Carmel Budiardjo: A Lifetime Campaigning for Everyone in Indonesia

In August 2005, I visited Carmel Budiardjo, then an 80-year-old human rights campaigner, in her London townhouse. We talked on the second floor, which was also the office for Tapol, the human rights organization that she helped set up in 1973 (in Indonesian, the word “tapol” stands for tahanan politik – political prisoner).
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