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Islamic nations announce start of holy Ramadan in shadow of Gaza war

After the sighting of the crescent moon, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar also announced a Monday start for Ramadan The Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan will begin on Monday, Saudi Arabia and other Middle East nations announced, against a backdrop of devastating war in Gaza. Saudi Arabia, which is home to Islam’s holiest sites, said through its official SPA news agency on Sunday that Read More.

Africa Culture

Ghana’s parliament approves LGBTQ bill

Ghana’s parliament on Wednesday approved a bill to criminalize LGBTQ activities in the country. The Human Sexual Rights and Family Values Bill introduced in 2021 seeks to promote what the drafters call “proper human sexual rights and Ghanaian family values” and criminalize LGBTQ activities and their sponsors. According to the bill, people caught in non-conventional sexual activities face jail terms ranging from six months to three Read More.

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Understanding the Meaning of Transgender and Expert Guidelines for Schools

The rights of transgender people and whether they affect women’s rights are as often as possible talked about. This has started talks about almost free discourse, dissents, and lawful debate. What is implied by transgender and trans?A few individuals allude to a person’s recognition of their sex as their sexual orientation personality. The sexual orientation distinguishing proof and sex of a transgender individual. A few self-identifies Read More.

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Burundi President calls for stoning of gay couples

Burundi’s President Evariste Ndayishimiye recently launched a virulent tirade against same-sex marriage, denouncing it as an “abominable practice” and advocating for the stoning of gay couples, citing religious reasons. The President, known for his conservative Christian views, previously called for homosexuals to be “banished” and treated as outcasts. He criticized Western countries opposing LGBTQ+ rights and defiantly rejected aid from those advocating such practices, urging individuals Read More.

Africa Culture

Zimbabwe’s Vadoma individuals with ostrich-feet love

There are many miracles on the planet yet the ostrich-feet among the Vadoma nation in Zimbabwe is a significant exhibition. They just have two toes in each foot. They add to the rush Zimbabwe became popular for. One of it is the late shamed president Robert Mugabe. Indeed, even in his nonagenarian years, he managed Zimbabwe with an iron clench hand. He wound up running the Read More.