Journalist shows Coca Cola boss how much sugar is in their drink (Video)
Calls are growing for high sugar drinks to be taxed in the same way as cigarettes to curb rising obesity. Does the drinks industry’s resistance echo that of the tobacco industry denial in the 1960s? Jeremy Paxman spoke to James Quincey, president of Coca Cola Europe.
Subhana’llah: Shahara Bridge, Yemen (IMAGES)
A village located at the top the peaks of the magnificent Jabal Shahara. Shahara was once a stronghold for the Imams. This stimulated city could sustain itself for months on end in cases of isolation. Travelers come to Shahara is to watch the well-known Bridge of Sighs. This bridge was constructed in 17th century to connect towns at the tops of mountains in the state of Yemen. Shahara Bridge built to fight against Turkish invaders. Many say that the local people can eliminate the bridge in few minutes in case of any imminent danger. It’s a scary bridge and a popular tourist attraction. The local residents still cross it often as a part of their daily routine. The manufacturing genius of this bridge spans a sheer 300foot deep canyon. It can be reached by climbing the many stepped slopes or, selecting the path of least resistance, by accompanying a local guide with you.
Documentary: The Way of Jihad (Video)
The Arab Revolt of World War One
No war has had as big an impact on the modern Middle East as the First World War, which lasted from 1914-1918. The war signaled the end of the Ottoman Empire, a major world power since the fifteenth century, and the final victory of Western European imperialism. In the aftermath of the war, almost the entire Muslim world was occupied by foreign forces, something that had never happened before, not during the Crusades, the Mongol invasion, or the Spanish Reconquista. One of the most important (and most debated) aspects of WWI was the revolt of the Arabs against the Ottoman Empire. Was this revolt a manifestation of overwhelming Arab resistance to the Turkish Ottoman Empire, or just a small band of warriors who did not represent Arab sentiment at large?
Never forget Al-Quds and the plight of the Palestinian People!
By: Abdullah Hakim Quick
As the world witnesses one of the most brutal assaults on a civilan population of the 21st century, we have to ask ourselves: Can we not do something to relieve the suffering? Are they not human beings? Symbols of resistance need to spring up all over the planet!
Here is a new “Masjid Al-Quds” being built in a place on the other side of the world from Palestine!!! Where is it? How can we be part of the solution and not the problem?”
“Surely Allah will reach His purpose and He has made a measure for all things.” (Qur’an: 65:3)