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Flood-hit Southeast Asia awaits more rain (Video)

info-pictogram1 People in South East Asia have been warned to prepare for more flooding, after days of heavy rain around the region that killed dozens of people and displaced tens of thousands in Thailand, Malaysia and Sri Lanka.According to officials, more than 200,000 people are homeless across the region because of the floods.

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Mufti Menk – Tying The Knot (Video)

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Mufti Menk – Pride and Arrogance (Audio)

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info-pictogram1 Sir Lanka, Glad Tidings Tour December 2014, talk 2.
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Mufti Menk – LOL! Social Media (Audio)

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info-pictogram1 A double edged sword, 3rd talk from Sri Lanka, Glad Tidings Tour.
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Mufti Menk – Tying the Knot (Audio)

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info-pictogram1 Final talk, Glad Tidings Tour, Sri Lanka 2014.
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Mufti Menk – Tomorrows Leaders (Audio)

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info-pictogram1 Building Tomorrow’s Leaders by Mufti Ismail Menk, Sri Lanka.
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Mufti Menk – Sadaqah Jariyah: Best returns on Investment (Audio)

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info-pictogram1 Jumuah from Colombo, Sri Lanka. “Best returns on Investment”.

Sri Lankans struggle to find clean water (Video)

info-pictogram1 More than a million people in Sri Lanka are struggling to find clean drinking water, after a 10-month drought enveloped parts of the island nation. Authorities are predicting that draught will trigger the paddy harvest to fall by around 17 percent, from the 4 million tons recorded in 2013. The government is renovating irrigation tanks to help deal with the crisis. It is spending millions of dollars to clean up and repair the irrigation network. Al Jazeera’s More than a million people in Sri Lanka are struggling to find clean drinking water, after a 10-month drought enveloped parts of the island nation. Authorities are predicting that draught will trigger the paddy harvest to fall by around 17 percent, from the 4 million tons recorded in 2013. The government is renovating irrigation tanks to help deal with the crisis. It is spending millions of dollars to clean up and repair the irrigation network. Al Jazeera’s Minelle Fernandez reports from southern Sri Lanka. reports from southern Sri Lanka.

Eid from Somalia (IMAGE)

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Eid from Somalia, ma’sha’Allah! 2014 . Allahu Akbar!