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Michael Chege

Black residents confront neo-nazis in Greece

A new self-defence group has sprung up in Greece following violent attacks on black and ethnic minorities in the country. In response to repeated threats and physical assaults by members of the Golden Dawn a group which calls itself the Black Panthers has been started by minorities who were fed up of being attacked, with little or no protection from[Read More...]

Hate mob placated by tea and biscuits

Hate mob placated by tea and biscuits

Tea, biscuits and football helped to diffuse a potentially volatile situation at York mosque it was reported, after members of the far-right English Defence League (EDL) turned up to protest. The mosque had received aggressive threats from the far-right group shortly before their arrival. The EDL expressed anger at Muslims worshipping there and connected the death of Lee Rigby with[Read More...]

Wayne Chandler

Can Qigong change your world?

Is it possible to change your circumstances and worldview by practicing Qigong? According to Wayne Chandler, who is an author, martial artist, motivational speaker and photo journalist, not only is it possible to change your life through the cultivation of energy practices such as Qigong, but it can also boost your health and wellbeing too. Mr Chandler is best known[Read More...]

Gay marriage makes history in France

Gay marriage makes history in France

Wednesday May 28th marked a special day in the gay community as the very first gay couple got married. There were emotional scenes as the couple said I do, at a ceremony in the town hall in the southern city of Montpellier in front of hundreds of specially invited guests, which also included the world’s media. Before the ceremony took[Read More...]

London Beheadings: Who do the terrorists represent?

London Beheadings: Who do the terrorists represent?

The UK has been left shell-shocked after the vicious and brutal murder of two soldiers by two extremists. Two suspects were shot by armed police while ten more have been arrested. The suspects were British muslims and the BBC’s political editor Nick Robinson claimed they were seen shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’, which means ‘God is great’ in Arabic, and tried to[Read More...]