London, Dec 25 (PTI) Britain's Queen Elizabeth II will reflect on the "appalling" terror attacks in London and Manchester this year in her traditional Christmas Day message televised to the Commonwealth today.The 91-year-old monarch, whose pre-recorded message will air at 0830 IST, will pay tribute to the "powerful identities" of the two cities which suffered the loss of 35 lives in attacks claimed by the Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist group.
By JOHN HALL
14:28, 26 Apr 2016
Speaking at a hearing into the Brussels attacks, Koen Geens said the European Community may not realise it “but this is the reality”.His comments were followed by Belgian deputy prime minister Jan Jambon warning against Europeans “making an enemy of Islam” describing it as “the worst thing we can do”.Spare a thought ... the survey of British Muslim opinion, What British Muslims Really Think, will be published in full by Channel 4 later this week
Speaking at the EU Parliament, Mr Geens said: 'In Europe, very shortly we’re soon going to have more practising Muslims than practising Christians' Speaking at the EU Parliament, Mr Geens said: “In Europe, very shortly we’re soon going to have more practising Muslims than practising Christians.”
'Saffron terror' role being probed
Anirban Bhaumik, New Delhi, Sep 20, DHNS:
The ''saffron terror'' might well be a much bigger phenomenon than previously envisaged, with the investigating agencies suspecting involvement of Hindutva activists in as many as 16 explosions across the country.
Washington, Sept 14 (PTI)
The recent developments have shown that militant Hindu nationalist groups are intent on launching domestic terrorist attacks, a US Congressional report has said.
"Even more recent are overt signs that India is home to militant Hindu nationalist groups intent on launching domestic terrorist attacks. In September 2008, seven people were killed by two bomb blasts in Maharashtra's Malegaon, a hotbed of Hindu-Muslim communal strife," said Congressional Research Service (CRS) in its latest report on India.
The 94-page report was released by the CRS, independent and bipartisan wing of the US Congress prepares periodic reports on issues of interest to the US lawmakers, on September 1, a copy of which made public by the Federation of American Scientists (FAS) yesterday.