Miami mosque to open doors to nonMuslims during Ramadan

Tinejdad, Morocco – A Miami mosque opened its doors to non-Muslims to share with Muslims their celebration and festivities during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.According to the Associated Press, the Masjid AnNoor in Miami, Florida, held “a fifth annual open house to coincide with Ramadan.”The mosque hosted people from different faiths who joined to learn about Muslim customs. According to the same source, the chair of the Islamic School of Miami said “the event is designed to bridge gaps, open doors and show people what goes on inside mosques.”Built in 1999, Masjid An-Noor is a Sunni dominated mosque that provides its many services to the Muslim community.Lead by the Imam Zakaria Badat, the mosque host about 40-60 Muslims for daily prayers and About 400-500 Muslims usually come to Jum’ah prayer on Friday.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed read more

Dagur Sigurdsson to leave German bench in summer 2017

Dagur Sigurdsson ← Previous Story Zorman to continue to play for Slovenia Next Story → Tobbias Karlsson to stay at SG Flensburg until 2019 Shocking news from Germany. Guy who made revolution in German handball after years od dissapointment with results of the national team, Dagur Sigurdsson, could leave German NT bench in summer 2017 after his contract ended.Sigurdsson made fantastic results with the national team since late 2014 when he overtook team group of players who failed to qualify for the World Championship 2015 in Qatar. Germany won gold medal at Men’s EHF EURO 2016 and bronze at Olympic Games in Rio.German handball Federation reacted quickly with announcement:“We are in talks,” says Bob Hanning, vice president of the German Handball Federation. “It is no surprise that Dagur is among the most sought-after coaches because of the European Championship title and the Olympic bronze medal. We know what we have in him – and Dagur knows what he has on the German handball team. More will be known in upcoming weeks”, concluded Hanning. read more