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New Zealand prepares to bury victims of terror attack on its Muslim community

The stricken Muslim community of Christchurch was preparing to bury its dead after the far right terrorist attack on two mosques which stunned New Zealand. Graves for the victims of the worst mass shooting in the country’s history were being dug on Saturday, in anticipation of their bodies being released by the authorities. Workmen using diggers carefully prepared the ground in a quiet corner of Memorial Park Cemetery, with colleagues erecting a cloth over a fence to preserve the dignity of thei...
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Daughter of Christchurch victim: ‘My dad is a real hero. He got shot in the back to shield my brothers’

Relatives of the 50 killed at the New Zealand mosques tell of their anguishKhaled Mustafa’s long journey from the horrors of civil war in Syria ended with a different kind of barbarity in a place he thought would be a sanctuary for him and his family.Mustafa, his wife and children arrived in Christchurch a few months ago. On Friday he was shot dead along with 49 others attending prayers at two mosques in the New Zealand city. One of his teenage sons, Hamza, is missing; the other, Zaid, was recov...
Tags: World news, Syria, New Zealand, The far right, Christchurch, Mustafa, Zaid, Hamza


The Most Unconventional Berlin Bucket List

illustrations: Berk Karaoglu.  We decided to rethink the concept of a conventional bucket list and came up with scenarios that shamelessly embrace Berlin’s potential as the backdrop of some memorable experiences. And ‘’memorable’’ is actually somewhat of an understatement here – some of these shenanigans are simply unforgettable, even if some parties involved may indeed wish otherwise. While we are by no means condoning every single one of these actions, let alone encourage anyone to draw any...
Tags: Fashion, Hollywood, Sex, Adventure, Germany, Angela Merkel, Berlin, Darkroom, Humor, Stories, Alex, Irony, Bucket List, Botanical Garden, Mustafa, Berghain


Syria war: Eight-year-old Mustafa's story of survival

Civil war took both Mustafa's parents, left him with life-changing injuries and forced him from his home.
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Karnataka HC refuses anticipatory bail to WhatsApp group admin for “grievous” message

Mustafa, an admin of a WhatsApp group, in which some members allegedly shared “Pakistan Zindabad” messages has been denied anticipatory bail by the Karnataka High Court, reports LiveLaw. Mustafa’s first anticipatory bail was denied on 6 December 2018, and his second anticipatory bail was dismissed... ...
Tags: Travel, Mobile, Legal, News, Internet, Government, Whatsapp, Freedom Of Speech, Intermediary Liability, Karnataka, Mustafa, Pakistan Zindabad, Karnataka High Court, Freedom Of Expression, Section 66a, LiveLaw Mustafa


Exploring Tech in Iraq – Digital Innovation

By Alexander Southworth, Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC). Exploring Tech in Iraq: ‘Sandoog – solving Iraq’s logistics nightmare by digital innovation’ There is a revolution happening in Iraq but not like the country has seen before. This revolution is based on advances in technology that are transforming the digital landscape of the country. The changes occurring are widespread across society, business and politics and are being driven by a new generation of young entrepreneurs revolutio...
Tags: News, Iraq, Tech, Iraq Business News, Baghdad, Ahmed, IBBC, Mustafa, Alexander Southworth Iraq, Britain Business Council IBBC Exploring Tech, Sandoog, Mustafa Al Obaidi, Mustafa Co, Sandoog Ahmed Malik, Iraq Needless


China’s Gulag for Muslims

In modern-day “re-education” prisons, Beijing is forcing ethnic Uighurs to forsake their religion. Why don’t Muslim governments rise up in anger?
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Facebook removes fake Bangladesh news sites

DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — Facebook is shutting down a series of fake news sites spreading false information about the Bangladesh opposition days before national elections, an official from the social media platform told The Associated Press. The sites — nine Facebook pages designed to mimic legitimate news outlets, as well as six fake personal accounts spreading anti-opposition propaganda — were created by Bangladeshis with government ties, Nathaniel Gleicher, Facebook’s head of cybersecurity pol...
Tags: Facebook, Business, London, California, Sport, Social-media, Ap, Bbc, Soccer, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Dhaka, Mustafa, Hasina, Bangladesh Nationalist Party, Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission


Forever prisoners: were a father and son wrongly ensnared by America’s war on terror?

Saifullah Paracha, the oldest prisoner in Guantánamo Bay, will probably die in detention without ever being charged. His son is currently in a US prison. Both have been in custody for almost 15 years, accused of aiding al-Qaida. But did they? By Saba ImtiazOn a summer day in 2003, a wealthy middle-aged businessman arrived at Karachi airport to board a flight to Bangkok. Saifullah Paracha was heading to the Thai capital to join his American business partner for a meeting with buyers for Kmart, th...
Tags: Guantanamo Bay, US, America, World news, US news, Kmart, Al-Qaida, Bangkok, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, KARACHI, Mustafa, SABA, Saifullah, Saifullah Paracha, Saifullah Farhat


Team Syria: the side giving hope and purpose to refugees in Coventry | Nick Miller

Mustafa escaped Homs three years ago with nothing, but playing in the final of the Communities World Cup at St George’s Park has helped rebuild his life“I left because of the war. My city is very dangerous. I lost everything. I lost my house, my car, my work. After the war I stopped everything. Playing football, work. Everything. I lost friends. I lost 500-600 friends. Sometimes I miss them, because life in my country is very, very, very difficult and dangerous.”The words coming from Mustafa do ...
Tags: UK, Football, Sport, World news, Syria, Middle East and North Africa, St George, Homs, Nick Miller, Burton, Mustafa, St George 's Park


Egypt denies forced disappearance reports of former lawmaker

CAIRO (AP) — The Egyptian government is denying an accusation by the wife of a former lawmaker that her husband may have bene detained by police. A statement by the State Information Service on Thursday categorically denies that Mustafa el-Nagar has been detained. Instead, it described him as a fugitive from a three-year prison sentence […]
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Egyptian ex-lawmaker goes missing, may have been detained

CAIRO (AP) — The wife of a former Egyptian lawmaker says he went missing nearly three weeks ago and may have been detained by security forces. Shaymaa Afifi says Mustafa el-Nagar went missing on Sept. 27 while traveling to the southern city of Aswan. She has sent a request to prosecutors asking for information about […]
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Climbdowns, cheese and crowdfunding: Imran Khan’s first month as PM

Pakistan’s former cricket captain is fast learning that holding office in the country brings heavy compromisesOn Monday morning, in the ramshackle suburb of Al-Asif Square in the southern Pakistani port city of Karachi, local headteacher Syed Mustafa was organising a party. The night before, the newly elected prime minister, Imran Khan had promised on national television to grant citizenship to the Pakistani-born children of the country’s roughly 2.5 million Afghan refugees. Mustafa set out the ...
Tags: World news, South and Central Asia, Pakistan, Imran Khan, Khan, KARACHI, Mustafa, Al Asif Square, Syed Mustafa


Berlin, We Have A Problem – It’s Time To Stand-Up Against the Far-Right

photo: Dominik Pascal While right-wing populism is spreading over Europe like a virus, we have to ask ourselves, is Berlin still the liberal and international safe haven we thought it is? Do we keep on doing what we’re doing or is this our wake up call? Berlin doesn’t have a nationality. My next-door neighbor is originally from Slovenia. The flower shop in my house is owned by a lovely Korean lady. My Späti is run by a quirky mid-forties guy who was born in Romania and I buy my favorite Döner ...
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Egypt says plane hijacker extradited from Cyprus

CAIRO (AP) — Egypt’s chief prosecutor says Cyprus has extradited the hijacker of an EgyptAir plane that was diverted to the Mediterranean island in 2016. Prosecutor Nabil Sadek said late Saturday that Egyptian police have taken custody of Seif Eddin Mustafa in the Cypriot capital, Nicosia. The 60-year-old Mustafa hijacked a domestic EgyptAir flight in […]
Tags: News, Cyprus, Ap, Egypt, Mediterranean, Cairo, Nicosia, Mustafa, EgyptAir, Nation & World, Seif Eddin Mustafa, Nabil Sadek


120 Afghan forces, civilians killed in battle with Taliban

By RAHIM FAIEZ and AMIR SHAH The Associated Press KABUL, Afghanistan — Four days of ferocious fighting between Afghan forces and the Taliban over a key provincial capital has claimed the lives of about 100 Afghan policemen and soldiers and at least 20 civilians, the defense minister said Monday. The staggering numbers provided by Gen. Tareq Shah Bahrami were the first official casualty toll since the Taliban launched a massive assault on Ghazni, the capital of Ghazni province, last Friday. The m...
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$1.6bn Investment in a New Tourist City

By John Lee. Asiacell boss Faruk Mustafa Rasool (pictured) has announced a $1.6-billion investment in a new tourist city on Kurdistan’s Lake Dukan. According to the report from Rudaw, the 3,250-hectare complex will include accomodation, two cable cars, an island, “and many other interesting places”. The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) approved the project, which is is expected to create 26,000 jobs, in 2013, but it was delayed by land disputes and the process of compensating local land owner...
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"The last thing I wanted was Western elite people going to the Salzburg opera and having a lot of fun seeing how ‘stupid’ the Arabs are."

"You must be very politically aware that we are not laughing about, but we are laughing with... What I believe is that, according to the political context you’re in, you must be very aware of the references you’re using and how you present human suffering or human madness, whether it’s a tragedy or a comedic opera... You must be very careful about whose side you’re on when you deal with characters in an opera. But you must also be very sure that you’re not turning your art form into a gourmet ex...
Tags: Law, Islam, Opera, Salzburg, Mustafa, Algiers, Rossini, Political correctness, Ann Althouse, MeToo, Era of That's Not Funny


Summer madness and madcap high jinxs from the Jette Parker Young Artists

The operatic extracts which comprised this year’s Jette Parker Young Artists Summer Performance seemed to be joined by a connecting thread - madness: whether that was the mischievousness of Zerbinetta’s comedy troupe, the insanity of Tom Rakewell, the metaphysical distress of Hamlet, or the mayhem prompted by Isabella’s arrival at Mustafà’s Ottoman palace, the ‘insanity’ was equally compelling.
Tags: Religion, Isabella, Mustafa, Jette Parker, Jette Parker Young Artists, Tom Rakewell


Smoke Dawg: Canadian rapper reportedly killed after shooting in Toronto

Canadian rapper Smoke Dawg has reportedly been killed following a shooting in broad daylight in Toronto. "Multiple shots" were fired in the Entertainment District of the city on Saturday evening, police said, with three "seriously injured" victims - two male and one female - being rushed to hospital. Mustafa the Poet, a Canadian spoken word artist, announced the news of his friend's death on Twitter.
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‘It: Chapter 2′ Lands Isaiah Mustafa for the Last Slot in the Losers’ Club

The cast of It: Chapter 2 has slowly been filling out over the past couple months, and now the final piece is in place. Isaiah Mustafa, best known as the former spokesman for Old Spice, has landed the role of the adult version of Mike Hanlon. He’s the only member of the Losers’ Club to stay behind in Derry, Maine as an adult. It’s Mike who ends up calling the gang back to town to fight Pennywise the Clown when he returns. Chosen Jacobs, who played young Mike Hanlon in the first IT last year, ...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Movies, Casting, Horror, It, Sequels, Adaptation, Derry, Warner Brothers, Mike, Ben, Mustafa, Isaiah Mustafa, Pennywise, James Ransone, Andy Muschietti


Isaiah Mustafa Cast as Adult Mike Hanlon in IT: Chapter 2

Isaiah Mustafa cast as adult Mike Hanlon in IT: Chapter 2 The final member of the grown-up Losers Club has been revealed! Chosen Jacobs, the young actor that played Mike Hanlon in the first IT movie, has taken to Instagram to reveal that Isaiah Mustafa (widely known for the Old Spice commercials as well as Shadowhunters) will play the adult version of Mike in the upcoming IT: Chapter 2. Mustafa also confirmed the news this afternoon. Mustafa joins a cast that includes James McAvoy (X-Men fran...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Stephen King, James McAvoy, Deadpool, Eddie, Mike, Mustafa, Isaiah Mustafa, Movie News, Bill Skarsgård, Gary Dauberman, Andy Muschietti, Andy Bean, Mike Hanlon, Losers Club


Misunderstanding Self-Defense: Legal

So I saw a link to a story on the website "The Root" that trumpeted that a shooter they called "the George Zimmerman of Alabama" had been found guilty of manslaughter. Not being familiar with the case, I clicked over to read the details:"Around 7 a.m. on June 16, 2016, Scott was making a delivery in his bread truck in Huntsville, Ala., when he noticed that the door of his truck was open. That’s when Scott said he noticed Mustafa walking away with his black lunchbox, AL.com reports. Scott testifi...
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Derby Man jailed for killing partner in "savage" attack

Ataul Mustafa showed Sohbia Khan's dead body to his family after beating her.
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Derby man guilty of murdering partner in 'savage' attack

Ataul Mustafa showed Sohbia Khan's dead body to his family after beating her.
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A Trip to Morocco’s Sahara Desert

A trip to see Morocco’s Sahara Desert is one of the highlights of any trip to Morocco, ours included. The Sahara will bewitch you with its otherworldly beauty and the infinite patterns you’ll see in the sand dunes. It will surprise you with its lushness after the rains. And if you’re patient you just might find magic in the night skies as you lie on a carpet waiting for shooting stars. Although not as big as the dunes at Erg Chebbi the ones at Erg Chigaga are still impressive The Sahara Deser...
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Meet the disabled Syrian boy who is always smiling

Seven-year-old Mustafa lives in Jordan with his grandmother and his sister.
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12 Indian Joints In Little India To Refuel After Your Mustafa Shopping Spree

Any Singaporean who has not visited Mustafa—a glorious 24-hour megamall in Little India— is certainly losing out big time. With six different entrances, it takes a certain level of skill to navigate the madness within. After a whole day of shopping at Mustafa Centre, head over to one of the many excellent Indian F&B joints around the area to fill your tummy up with rich Indian curry, crispy prata and hearty murtabak. If you have no idea which Indian joint to pick, refer to our list of 12 Superb...
Tags: Restaurants, Singapore, India, Anthropology, Little India, Dan, Mustafa, Prata, Gulab Jamun, Mustafa Centre, Kung Pao Chicken, Serangoon Road Singapore, KOMALA, Index -, Central Singapore, Butter Chicken


Blue Water Energy and Blackstone to invest up to $1 bln in Mime Petroleum

Blue Water Energy and Blackstone have agreed to lead an initial investment of up to $1 billion in Mime Petroleum. Established by Blue Water Energy, Mime Petroleum is a Norway-focused oil and gas company. PRESS RELEASE Oslo, Norway, 25th January 2018 – Mime Petroleum AS (together with its subsidiaries referred to as “Mime Petroleum” or “the Company”), a new independent development and production company established earlier this year by Blue Water Energy LLP (“BWE” or “Blue Water Energy”) and Sver...
Tags: UK, London, Trends, Norway, Blackstone, Continental, Oslo, Ncs, Continental Shelf, The Company, Mustafa, Schlumberger, Oslo Norway, PE Deals, Blackstone Energy Partners, Blue Water Energy


Mustafa Suleyman: The liberal activist who cofounded Google's £400 million artificial intelligence lab (GOOG)

Mustafa Suleyman is a 33-year-old entrepreneur and activist.  He sold his artificial intelligence company DeepMind to Google for £400 million in 2014.  Suleyman dropped out of university and worked as an activist before getting involved in artificial intelligence.  Mustafa Suleyman is one of the three cofounders of DeepMind, an artificial intelligence (AI) lab in London that was acquired by Google in 2014 for a reported £400 million — the search giant's largest acquisition in Europe to date....
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