Muslim spokesman: As boy departs, Muslims feel 'under siege'
IRVING, Texas (AP) — The decision by the family of a Texas teenager to move to Qatar is not surprising in light of lingering anti-Muslim sentiment that makes many U.S. followers of Islam feel as if they are “under siege,” a spokesman for a national Muslim-American group said Wednesday.
21 October, 2015 Q&A: A look at Qatar, future home of Muslim teen clock-maker DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Ahmed Mohamed, the 14-year-old Muslim from Texas detained after his homemade clock was thought to be a bomb, will soon be moving with his family to Qatar to attend school thanks to the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community […]
21 October, 2015 Texas teen arrested for homemade clock to move to Qatar DALLAS (AP) — A 14-year-old Muslim boy who was arrested after a homemade clock he brought to school was mistaken for a possible bomb will be moving with his family to the Middle East so he can attend school there, his family said Tuesday.Powered by WPeMatico
2 December, 2015 UN experts: Up to 3,000 Islamic State fighters in Libya UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The Islamic State group has between 2,000 and 3,000 fighters in Libya and has demonstrated its intention to control more territory in the strategically located North African country — but it is only one player among multiple warring factions, United […]