Dakwah Islamiah

 Certainty, Islam did not divide between religion and people's lives because the speech of Al-Quran Book; Allah's speech described about Allah and his belief that the god talked about paradise and hell, goodness and badness as much as his obligation in Islam religion such as pray and priestess. Al-Quran pushes people to be a positive attitude,...

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Islam in Present

Islam has been in Cambodia in Cambodia for many centuries ago. We also have an inscription in stone, which got from Bak Kheng temple (The name of temple) in the Khmer museum of Cambodia has an Arab's text "لآ اِلَهَ اِلّا اللّهُ مُحَمَّدٌ رَسُوُل اللّهِ" (THERE IS NO ALLAH BUT ALLAH, MUHAMMAD IS THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH). Khmer Islam has been on gold...

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Cambodia Travel Mart broadens horizons for country's tourism businesses

Tourism industry leaders have sights on securing growth from their non-traditional target markets as this year's Cambodia Travel Mart (CTM) attracts buyers from a range of countries. The second CTM took place from October 11-13, attracting more than 300 buyers, sellers and media from 80 countries. More than 2,000 visitors attended the three-day eve...

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Cambodia earns Guinness Record for longest woven scarf

Phnom Penh - Cambodia won a place in the Guinness book of World Records on Sunday for a 1 100-metre long version of the country's popular krama scarf. Supported by a youth movement with links to the nation's ruling party, more than 23 000 people took part in the six-month weaving marathon outside Phnom Penh's Royal Palace. Thousands of young people...

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Veteran Cambodian Artists to Tour US East Coast Cities

WASHINGTON D.C. — Five Khmer Rouge survivors and performers will share their personal journeys of reviving the Cambodian arts scene through a series of performances in six US cities. The performances, titled "Heartstrings" and organized by Cambodian NGO Cambodian Living Arts (CLA), will take place over three weeks from October 25 as part of the "Ar...

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Orphans and Education

Education For Orphans and Poorest minority children

Each child deserve to have the right to go to school regardless of not having school uniform, notebooks, and school tuition.

Shaykh Alauddin El-Bakri Shaykh Alauddin is partnering with Moonlight Humanity on educational project, on sponsoring the orphans and the poorest of the poor to get education and breakfast, $10/month per child project, and $150 per month for a teacher salary to teach: English, Math and their local language. This is a non-religious program, it is purely academic.


Indigenous peoples of California

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A map of California tribal groups and languages at the time of European contact.

The Indigenous peoples of California (known as Native Californians) are the indigenous inhabitants who have lived or currently live in the geographic area within the current boundaries of California before and after the arrival of Europeans. With over one hundred federally recognized tribes,[1] California has the largest Native American population and the most distinct tribes of any US state.[citation needed] Californian tribes are characterized by linguistic and cultural diversity.

The California cultural area does not exactly conform to the state of California's boundaries. Many tribes on the eastern border with Nevada are classified as Great Basin tribes, and some tribes on the Oregon border are classified as Plateau tribes. Tribes in Baja California who do not cross into California are classified as Indigenous peoples of Mexico.[2]



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