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Documentary: African Americans going back to their roots…ISLAM (Video)

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Movie: May Allah Bless France (Trailer)

info-pictogram1 Regis, a young, black teenager whose sole aspiration is to be a successful rap artist, must first overcome the underprivileged, drug-ridden French suburbs of his upbringing in this black and white debut from hip-hop musician Abd Al Malik. Amidst his double life as a petty criminal and an aspiring artist, Regis eventually finds Islam after the death of a close friend. The film, based on Malik’s real-life experiences, follows the young convert as he navigates the music industry, street violence and racism, leading him to newfound fame in the world of rap and slam-poetry.

Documentary: Dr. Umar Johnson about Malcolm X (Video)

Dr. Umar Johnson – Racism in Education (Video)

Proof: Video of Charlie Hebdo killers faked and edited – Propagenda (Video)

Documentary: Witness – Dust in the lung (Video)

info-pictogram1 One journalist is determined to help China’s millions of migrant workers suffering from the deadly black lung disease.
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Documentary: The Eric Garner Aftermath – We Need to Talk (Video)

info-pictogram1 The Eric Garner case exposed a side of America that many would prefer not to look at.
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Basheer Jones response to the Ferguson riots (Video)

“BBC World News! I took my city with me! My response to the riots!” – Basheer Jones

Subhana’llah: Arabian Horse (IMAGES)

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info-pictogram1 The Arabian horse is the oldest purebred horse in the world. The Arabian was the horse the Bedouin people (nomadic people) of Arabia as early as 3000 to 2500 BC. They were later introduced into Europe and throughout the world. All Arabian horses have black skin underneath their coats, except underneath any white hair. When these horses lived in the desert, the black skin would help to protect them from the hot sun. Horses see, hear and smell better than humans. Horses are very sensitive to touch. They can sense a fly landing on any part of their body and use their tail to flick it off. A horse’s heart beats 46 to 42 beats per minute. If frightened this can rise quickly to over 250.