From everyone here at 1st Ethical, we’d love to wish our supporters, volunteers, partners, scholars and our dear readers the very happiest of ‘Eid ul-Fitr greetings with your families at this auspicious time. May Allah – the Mighty, the Exalted – accept from us all our righteous deeds, forgive us ou
The Emperor, Loonwatch.com Following the tragic events earlier this week at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin which lead to the murder of six people in an attack orchestrated by a member of a neo-Nazi group, messages of support have poured in from across the globe with prominent figures travelling to the
The Daily Telegraph Bill Gates, the Microsoft co-founder has challenged scientists to reinvent the lavatory for the 2.5 billion people in the world who have no access to modern sanitation. Scientists from around the world have taken up the challenge from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundatio
Anthony Heath, The Guardian Our research shows a strong inclination of first and second generation Britons to feel and act ‘British’ There are three words MP Aidan Burley must want to forget: “leftie multicultural crap.” But it seems the rest of us can’t because we were
Please see 1st Ethical’s field-based Consultant, Tarek el-Diwany, on this Aljazeera special on how Banks create money and the consequences of such a reality for the world’s economies and all of us today:
You’ll have probably seen this article and programme last week on the benefits of intermittent fasting and low calorie “fasts”. But here’s a real interesting quick interview with the Neuro-Scientist behind some of the studies. He specifically mentions that the results are bas
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