Great for organising your money.
Great for organising your money.
Dr. Susan Rice, US Permanent Ambassador to the UN, has warned that by March 2012, more than 500,000 people in the Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile region face a level 4 humanitarian crisis, which is one step below a full-scale famine, if humanitarian assistance is not allowed into the conflict areas.
Al Fadi is a former Wahabbi Muslim from Saudi Arabia. He is the researcher, editor, writer, and translator for numerous ministries, including "Answering Islam" and runs an outreach ministry designed for non-Muslim and Christians. The ministry's focus is to bring awareness regarding Islam, to build bridges with Muslim seekers, and to open the door to share the gospel with Muslims.
An important issue for all those involved in urban and transport planning. A lot of people support public transport, but this topic must be addressed for it to work.
A Walk Through LondonÃ¢â,¬s Boxpark, the Temporary Mall That's Probably Coming Soon to a City Near You.
Apostates that fought Muslims just after Mohammed's death.
At least someone has the guts to stand up to this massive industry.
Park Supermarket Park is a spatial development model for a Landscape Supermarket situated in the Metropolitan parks of the Randstad. The Dutch polder landscapes, once the icons of our food production, are now situated in inner city locations and are under pressure of rising water tables and climate changes. Can these areas play a new role in food and recreation need of in the Randstad population which today knows 170 different nationalities, food and culinary traditions?
During the first Car Free Day in Uganda, over 350 people cycled through Kampalaﾃﾂ｢ﾃ｢,ﾂｬs city centre to raise awareness about sustainable modes of urban transport. The event drew attention to growing concerns over the capitalﾃﾂ｢ﾃ｢,ﾂｬs traffic congestion and air pollution.
Mary deserves all the respect of any secularist, atheist, apostate, or humanist.
The movement for indepedence for the South in Brazil.
Very interesting. I myself have been to Brazil and I was quite aware of the difference between Southern Brazillians and the rest of the country - in a purely cultural sense. I much preferred visiting other parts of the country then the South.
It would make South America very interesting if secession happened, but in my opinion - as someone that has been to Brazil on three occasions, it will never happen.
Looking forward to this!
Years ago, we all seemed to have more time to get to know our neighbours - to share ideas, offer help and generally look out for each other. With today's busy lives it isn't so easy. That's why we've developed the Streetclub website - a way to bring back that old-fashioned sense of close community. At B&Q, we are part of just about every community in the UK - so, naturally, we thought Streetclub was a great idea to get behind. It's our way of giving something back, and inspiring people to help each other out, share skills and ideas.
Islam, without ethics without morality!!!
Whilst not everyone may agree with her actions, the girl needs to take a Spaceship out of 9th Century Pakistan.
Jeannette Bougrab, a junior minister with responsibility for youth, told Le Parisien newspaper that legislation based on Islamic sharia law "inevitably" imposed restrictions on rights and freedoms.
Bougrab is of Algerian origin, whose father fought on the French colonial side during Algeria's war of independence, and said she was speaking as "a French woman of Arab origin."
"It's very worrying," she was quoted as saying. "I don't know of any moderate Islam."
Good old free market and what its done for 'the greatest country on earth'.