Ireland to remove Blasphemy from constitution and the case of Asia Bibi

In a referendum held on Friday, October 26, 2018, the people of Ireland voted to amend the Irish Constitution to remove the word blasphemy from Article 40.6.1, which declared that “[t]he publication or utterance of blasphemous, seditious, or indecent matter is an offence which shall be punishable in accordance with law.” This constitutional amendment enables the Oireachtas, Ireland’s National Parliament, to change statutory law so that blasphemy is no longer a crime. It also represents the most recent advance in this predominantly Catholic country toward a more secular society. Same-sex marriage and abortion were legalized in two earlier referenda.…

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Raheem Sterling’s reaction to alleged racist abuse was just brilliant

“I watched the game obviously and I saw the situation when Raheem went for the corner with a few guys shouting at him,” Klopp said. “I am not sure if it is possible to hear what they shouted. I did not hear it. Raheem Sterling collects the ball from pitchside at Stamford Bridge “But I already thought his reaction was just brilliant. You saw his face and he gave the right response, not to react for these people. They do not earn any reaction. They do not deserve any respect.…

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France after a massive yellow vest protest

A city on fire. Cars burnt to ashes. A national monument defaced. 10,000 tear gas canisters and stun grenades used against protestors. In one week, Paris transformed from the City of Lights into a total battle zone. It’s important to understand how we got here. A major European power was brought to its knees by a mass protest – a near revolt by its people. Even for France, these events don’t happen often. It takes major problems to cause this level of upheaval, and we should seek to understand why…

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Is Saudi Arabia repaying US by attacking Linda Sarsour?

A Saudi-owned website considered close to the royal family claimed that Sarsour, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib are agents of Qatar and the Muslim Brotherhood who declared a ‘jihad’ on Trump   The article comes in the context of Saudi Arabia’s attempt to cement relations with the Trump administration, and its ongoing conflict with Qatar and Islamist groups. Written by Huda al-Saleh, the article sought to expose what it called “details of calls to attack Trump by US ‘Muslim Sisters’ allied to the Brotherhood.” The article began by noting that…

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Are probiotics safe or not

Amid the increasing rise of probiotic use in Western society, a recent journal article asks whether we should evaluate the products’ safety with a little more scrutiny.   Probiotics are popular, but what does the evidence say? For millennia, humans have consumed foods rich with live bacteria. Yogurt, for instance, dates back to at least 5000 B.C., and in Korea, kimchi — fermented vegetables — has also been consumed for thousands of years. Today, however, live microorganisms are added to a range of products advertised as providing a wide array of…

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World’s most humanitarian Prime Minister

Sheikh Hasina Wazed . The Prime Minister of People’s Republic of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina Wazed is the most Humanitarian Prime Minister in the world . She has got many awards for International Organizations for providing Humanitarian Aids to Rohingya Refugees ! improving Women rights on her country , Increasing the number of Peacekeeping soldiers from Bangladesh Army,Navy and Air Force . The Cabinet has approved a policy of the Mother of Humanity Award under which the government would give ‘Mother of Humanity Award’ to the deserving persons/ organizations on the…

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Gaza and Hamas Terrorism

Hamas is the largest of several Palestinian Terrorist and radical Islamist groups. Its name is an Arabic acronym for the Islamic Resistance Movement, originating as it did in 1987 after the beginning of the first intifada, or Palestinian uprising, against Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip. It originally had a dual purpose of carrying out an armed struggle against Israel – led by its military wing, the Izzedine al-Qassam Brigades – and delivering social welfare programmes. But since 2005, it has also engaged in the Palestinian political…

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Global military strength rankings in 2018

The complete TDT list for 2018 puts the military powers of the world into full perspective. Note : The list was made on National Power Investigation Sources. The rankings are given by counting  Military Fire power , Man power , Alliance Strategy and former tactics used by the Army. Read More : India trapping Tajikistan to gain geostrategy.    1    United States TDT Affiliations: North America; NATO; Apacific  2    Russia TDT Affiliations: Apacific; EasternEuro; Asia  3    China TDT Affiliations: Apacific; Asia  4    France TDT Affiliations: Europe; NATO; European Union  5     India…

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India trapping Tajikistan to gain geostrategy

Indian Air Force allied with Tajikistan and Claimed Farkhor and Ayni Air Bases in Tajikistan Reports began circulating in early 2000s that India would establish air bases at Ayni and Farkhor in Tajikistan. Both Indian and Tajik officials issued immediate denials, but they did admit that India had been renovating the bases since 2002. With Farkhor Air Base, India became only the 4th country after the US, Russia and Germany to have a military base in Central Asia. India-Tajikistan relations are set to further prosper with the meeting of Tajik Foreign Minister…

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Australian woman found guilty of being a member of Islamic States

A 23-year-old Adelaide woman has been found guilty of being a member of Islamic State in South Australia’s Supreme Court. Key points: Adelaide woman found guilty of being a member of Islamic State Zainab Abdirahman-Khalif was detained at Adelaide Airport in July, 2016 Following a three-week trial, it took the jury about three hours to reach the guilty verdict Zainab Abdirahman-Khalif was detained at Adelaide Airport in July 2016 trying to board a plane to Turkey with just hand luggage and $170, but released without charge. In May last year,…

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