But now Spain and Portugal want to make amends, so we are told. They will give citizenship – full passports – to the descendants of families expelled from their countries. The government regards the expulsions as “a tragedy”, or – in the words of Spain’s justice minister – a “historical error”. It was, of course, … Continue reading Spain is inviting back Jews expelled from the country in the 16th Century. But don’t mention the Muslims
Mr Mustaq Ali recites and Urdu Qasida written by the Promised Messiah, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad
The Burj Khalifa, in Dubai, is currently the World's tallest building. Gerald Donovan has been taking various photographs of the building for some time now and he recently published an untouched photo of the view from the very top of this intimidating tower. To see the stunning picture.
In conjunction with the recent Edinburgh Iranian Festival, the National Museums held an exhibition which highlights a few but exquisite pieces of metalwork and ceramics from the collection selected for their exceptional quality and the intricacy of their decoration. Covering a time period from the 13th to 19th centuries, they demonstrate both continuity and novelty … Continue reading ‘Art from Iran’ Exhibition
A little-noticed section of the Leveson report said Muslims were targets of systematic press hostility. The judge had good cause for concern: even journalist Polly Toynbee, the high priestess of progressive politics, has admitted to taking pride in Islamophobia. Polls have found nearly half of Britons think there are too many Muslims in Britain and … Continue reading We have nothing to fear from our Muslims