India Approves Local Vaccine

December 31, 2020 Imtiaz Popat 0

MUMBAI, INDIA (APF) An Indian company that is the world’s biggest manufacturer of vaccines is seeking fast-track approval for a coronavirus shot that could be sold for as little as $4. The country of 1.3 billion is the world’s second-worst hit by the pandemic, and has already recorded nearly 9.7 million infections and more than 140,000 deaths.

Christmas Bomber not considered Terrorist

December 31, 2020 Imtiaz Popat 0

The Christmas bombing is politely declared an “intentional bombing,” not terrorism, although he terrorized the whole Christmas out of Nashville, and destroyed AT&T telecommunication, and more, says Abdul Malik Mujahid of the Muslim Network TV.

Celebrating Kwanzaa

December 25, 2020 Imtiaz Popat 0

Maulana Karenga founded this unique African diasporan festival in 1966 to help people, living throughout the Americas, reconnect with their African cultural and historical heritage inspired by Umkhosi Woselwa, an annual Zulu festival.

Nasrin Sotoudeh Back in Iranian Prison

December 21, 2020 Imtiaz Popat 0

On December 2, after just three weeks of temporary release, renowned Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh was ordered to return to Shahr-e-Ray “Gharchak” prison by Iranian authorities according to a public appeal by Jackie Hansen Gender Rights Campaigner at Amnesty International Canada.