Out of 200 countries, Hungary has one of the fastest internet connections. We are ninth on the list, reports The Cable surveyed 200 countries. They did 163 million speed tests with the help of Google, Princeton University and the M-Lab. It took 12 months to gather all the data, but the findings were rather interesting. HUNGARY HAS WORLD’S THIRD FASTEST MOBILE INTERNET They looked at the countries’ last rankings, the mean average download speed and how long it would take to download a 5GB HD movie using average speed. From this, they found out that the internet in Hungary is even faster than it was last year. We moved up 6 places compared to last year. In Hungary, it only takes about 20 minutes to download a 5GB movie.

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Western civilization an ‘enemy’ to Islam?


a5b7d4e1fde15b4b7c9b94b1822b87877ac38aba Muslim woman wearing niqab in Toronto.

ICNA (Islamic Circle of North America) Canada is an Islamic nation-wide organization.

Located at 391 Burnhamthorpe Rd., East, Oakville, Ontario, ICNA Canada emphasizes that “the propagation of true and universal message of Islam is only possible in Canada when whole Canadian Muslim Community transformed into a Dawah community by practicing and propagating the true Islamic Way of Life. With the vision of building an exemplary Canadian Muslim community it is very important to spread the word of Islam…”

Dr. Iqbal Massod Al-Nadvi is the Amir (President) of Islamic Circle of North America.

On its official website ICNA Canada shares with its members, followers and supporters the book “Riyad us Saliheen” (“The Gardens of the Righteous” رياض الصالحين) .

The Gardens of the Righteous (Arabic: Riyadh as-Salihin), is a compilation of verses from the Qur’an and hadith by Al-Nawawi. It contains a total of 1905 hadith divided across 372 chapters, many of…

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Woman being treated for rabies after being attacked by bat

SUN CITY CENTER, Fla. — A Florida woman who was helping a friend into a car at a large retirement community felt something hit her arm but thought nothing of it until she went home and found a bat clinging to her arm.

The woman squished the bat and reported it to the Health Department, which said Thursday that the animal had tested positive for rabies.

The state Health Department says the woman is being treated.

Health officials in Hillsborough County say they believe it’s an isolated incident and that there are no other cases in the Sun City Center retirement community in the Tampa, Florida area.

Rabies is a disease of the nervous system and is fatal to warm blooded animals and humans.