Date of publication: 2017-08-18 04:28
Helen Tyrer (leeds Yorkshire ): These are people. I wouldn't mind helping,as the are true refugees,boat people not wanted any no status, not like the chances coming from Africa, sorry it's how I feel!
Runu Miah (United Kingdom): This is absolutely unacceptable. They are you humans. If they were from Europeans, America Canadians they would be looked after. Its unacceptable.
Similarly, only those who have the spiritual insight with which to ‘connect dots’ in history, will be able to read and understand events that are now mysteriously unfolding on the stage of the world. Those unable to do so will invariably respond to an articulation of such understanding with the intellectually tame and stereotyped cry of “conspiracy theory”. They will pay a price for their blindness and their incapacity to penetrate the explanation that the Qur’an provides of the reality of the world today, and for ignoring the several warning in the Qur’an, as well as concrete evidence in the Sīrah, of Jewish conspiracies against Islam and Muslims.
Muhammad Shehroze Khalid (Lahore, Pakistan): This situation makes me believe that humanity is dead. People are stranded with resources and yet nobody is taking any sort of action. Are these people not human? Don't they deserve to live? They have escaped decades of cruelty but still nobody cares about them.
This major festival ( al-Eid al-Kabir ) marks the end of the Hajj (Pilgrimage to Makkah) on the tenth day of the twelfth month of Dhul-Hijja. The Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam. Pilgrims sacrifice animals at the village of Mina on their way back to Makkah from Mount Arafat (where they have spent the first day of the festival) in commemoration of Ibrahim’s (Abraham’s) willingness to sacrifice his son, Ismail. Muslims all over the world sacrifice an animal if they can afford it. Much of the meat is distributed to the poor, and some is shared with relatives and friends.
*Questions asked in our group ranged from invasion of Alexander, to cold current around japan, modern history, basic science questions, current events.
In north India the day after Navaratri is celebrated as the 8766 victorious tenth 8767 (Vijaya Dashami) and huge figures of Ravana are filled with fireworks and burned on Ram Lila grounds (public areas). In the UK some temple congregations carry this out on a smaller scale.
Food also plays a role in the celebration of the end of the Ramadan fasting period. This starts with a special breakfast of sheer kharma (a sweet dish), which is vermicelli cooked in milk with dried dates, raisins, almonds, and other nuts. In addition, crowds hurry to local bazaars to purchase fruit, meat, and sweets as well as new clothes and jewelry.
Mohammed Shah (London): The should be reconciliation. Remember Vietnam war Agent Orange? people still suffering in their thousands to this day. Make Peace!