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Italy: Advise of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community to the biased Italian MEP, Magdi Allam

Source: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/islamahmadiyya/2016/09/some-advice-for-an-italian-mep/?ref_widget=gr_trending&ref_blog=grails&ref_post=muslim

Some Advice for an Italian MEP

September 25, 2016 by Qasim Rashid

by Aasim Ahmad

It was reported by London’s Express that Magdi Allam, an Italian MEP, believes that mosques are Islam’s cancer and that mosques are used to promote and manufacture terrorists.  425 more words

The Muslim Times

7 Things to do in Bari, Italy.

We found ourselves in Bari, simply because it was the port from which we could sail across to Croatia. While we were there though, we enjoyed our time in this southern Italian city. 558 more words


Pope Francis: journalism based on gossip and lies a form of terrorism

Source: The Guardian

Pontiff says journalists must go the extra mile to seek the truth and ensure they don’t spread rumours which can ‘kill a person with your tongue’ 333 more words

The Muslim Times

Best Gelato in Florence with Recipe

I’ve been a life-long chocolate lover, but my life had been an empty shell before I had Italian chocolate gelato. A creamy, smooth, frozen concoction the color of night, gelato al cioccolato takes me to heights of pure ecstasy. 726 more words


A very Sad Demise of an Ahmadi Student.

By Zubair Khan

Reliable sources intimated a young 5th year student of Jamia Ahmadiyya UK, Mr Salem Raza, son of Mr Salim who works in Ahmadiyya  offices London has died during a hiking mission in Italy.   25 more words


Outdoor Fun in Florence—Golfing and the Bardini & Boboli Gardens

Fore! Not what first comes to mind when you think of Florence, is it? Golfing in Tuscany was a priority for my husband and I though. 802 more words



You may drive at your own pace along the coast to visit small hillside villages, inland along the Mount Etna, the largest active volcano in Europe, or book a tour with any of the many Tourism Agencies in the city. 366 more words