Obama nominates Azita Raji as Ambassador to Sweden

After a long delay US Senate finally confirmed appointment of Azita Raji as a ambassador to Sweden. The nomination had been put on hold due to delay tactics by presidential hopeful Ted Cruz whom ended his blockade. Raji, fled Iran when she was in her teens, she has been a prominent supporter of Obama. Azita will be Sweden’s first female ... Read More »

Putin introduces Russia’s ZiL Punisher armored truck

Putin and the Russia’s Federal Security Service rolled off the red carpet to show off their new collection of armored vehicles. What stood out in the crowd monster truck looking vehicle called the ZiL Karatel. The trucks name comes from a comic named The Punisher. Read More »

Qasr Prison in Pictures

The Guardian UK just did a piece on the historic Qasr Prison with many photos. It mentions how the site now turned in to a museum now has former prisoners working at guides taking visitors through different part of the now refurbished building. There are also recreation parts to the structure as well as a traditional tea house, Guardian goes ... Read More »

Progressive Mosque in Denmark headed by a woman

Sherin Khankan, has setup Copenhagen’s first women-led mosque, she is naming it the “feminist project.” Shrin’s father is Syrianand mother is a Finnish, she is looking to be a leader of Islam’s new look for her countrywomen, In the past she has said that she has felt like “a stranger” in her own country not fitting in any of the ... Read More »

Biking group has rally for freedom

This video actually is from an event in 2014. The person giving the speech refers to the foreign policy of Jimmy Carter and our young citizens love the American culture. That we should send the love and let them know we want to be friends and we want them to be one with us. They also use the symbolic “Derafsh ... Read More »

President Obama reacts to getting beat at Rock, Paper, Scissors

The White House official website posted a photos,  showing President Obama, with First Lady Michelle Obama, reacts to getting beat at Rock, Paper, Scissors during a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service event at Leckie Elementary School in Washington, D.C., Jan. 18, 2016. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) Read More »

Reporter Covering news In Berlin

The reporter from the government news channel is having issues with his English accent while conducting an interview in Berlin regarding the Spanish government policies. Read More »

Jobs in Syrian Refugee Camp

World famous wall painter/graffiti artist is at it again. “Banski” has tried to highlight the Syrian refuge crisis in this artwork showing Steve Jobs the former Apple founder and CEO carrying a Mac and bag with all his belongings on his Shoulder. Steve Jobs was born into a family were his father was a migrant from Syria. He has created ... Read More »

Countries with Largest Muslim Population

10.Morocco 32.4 Million Islam is the largest religion in Morocco, with more than 99% of the population adhering to it. The vast majority of Muslims in Morocco are Sunni belonging to the Maliki school of jurisprudence. Read More »

From Paris, With Love!

After the terror attacks in Paris Friday, U.S. and French aircraft have stepped up their air campaign against ISIS in Syria. Social media has been sharing photos of missiles scrawled with the words “from Paris with love” that were being fired at ISIS strongholds.  These are air-to-surface Hellfire missiles used by both fighter jets and drone aircraft, it is believed ... Read More »