Mysteries Behind Closed Doors part 1 of 7 The Malachi Z. York Case (Video)
The Untold Truth Of The Malachi Z. York Case. On April 23, 2004 A.D. an innocent man, Malachi Z. York was sentenced to 135 years in prison by Judge C. Royal, United States District Judge for the Middle District of Georgia. He received a lengthy sentence despite the fact that the legal maximum sentence for the crimes he was charged with is 50 years. He is 58-year-old man, with a life-threatening illness, Hereditary Angioedema, and he has been sentenced to life and beyond for crimes he did not commit. There is overwhelming evidence which proves Malachi York’s innocence. Listen to Dr. Malachi Z. York speak about his torture and the government’s excessive use of force and the bogus plea agreement.
The Quran is “Hakeem” (Surah Yaseen) – Nouman Ali Khan – Part 1 (Video)
Tafsir of Surah Yaseen
The first episode of my Ramadan series is now up:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-vDB94Axwg
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Israel’s oil drilling in Golan criticised
By: Creede Newton and Patrick Strickland
Southern Golan Heights – Heavily subsidised Jewish-only settlements, large Israeli military areas and tanks dot the rolling green hills in this part of the Golan Heights; Syrian territory occupied by Israel since the 1967 Middle East war.
In addition to the ubiquitous signs warning of landmines, remnants of Syrian life are everywhere; bombed-out homes, dilapidated schools, crumbling hospitals. Most of the region’s indigenous Syrians – an estimated 90,000 Christians, Muslims and Druze – were expelled from the 70 percent of the Golan Heights under Israeli control.
Roadside2islam: Freeway – My Life My Struggle (Video)
Roadside2Islam brings you another exclusive interview with freeway who use to be apart of Jay Z Roc-A-Fella Freeway tells us about his life in the music game and his struggles of being a Muslim and also being a artist.
Documentary: Is the American dream dead? (Video)
A Johns Hopkins University study shows that for big segments of the population the American dream is dead. Johns Hopkins University researchers followed nearly 800 Baltimore schoolchildren for decades. What they discovered isn’t pretty: These children’s fates “were substantially determined by the family they were born into.” Correspondent Adam May joins some of those children on a “tour” – from prison, to schools, to the blighted neighborhoods they called home – to understand what the chances really are of escaping urban poverty in America. Read the full story.