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Two Swiss care homes hit by virus outbreaks
Two Swiss care homes hit by virus outbreaks  Medical Xpress
Posted on 11 September 2020 | 12:00 am
Swiss Care Homes Hit by Deadly Virus
Swiss Care Homes Hit by Deadly Virus Outbreaks  Asharq Al-awsat - English
Posted on 11 September 2020 | 12:00 am
Construction Equipment Market to Rise at
Construction Equipment Market to Rise at 2.8% CAGR till 2027; Growing Popularity of Equipment Rental Services in Construction Sector to Boost the Market: Fortune Business Insights™  GlobeNewswire
Posted on 24 August 2020 | 12:00 am
Rigot Collective Dwelling Centre / acau
Rigot Collective Dwelling Centre / acau architecture  ArchDaily
Posted on 20 August 2020 | 12:00 am
Cartoons and speech bubbles tell Swiss
Cartoons and speech bubbles tell Swiss history  swissinfo.ch
Posted on 1 August 2020 | 12:00 am
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On campus, virtually - The Hindu
On campus, virtually  The Hindu
Posted on 18 July 2020 | 12:00 am
Construction Equipment Market to Hit USD
Construction Equipment Market to Hit USD 160.84 billion by 2027; Optimization of Supply Networks in the Construction Industry to Benefit the Market Growth: Fortune Business Insights™  GlobeNewswire
Posted on 16 July 2020 | 12:00 am
Mono announce UK and European tour with A.A.
Mono announce UK and European tour with A.A. Williams  Louder
Posted on 16 July 2020 | 12:00 am
Chalmers runs fast 300m hurdles time -
Chalmers runs fast 300m hurdles time  Trackalerts
Posted on 13 July 2020 | 12:00 am
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce runs 100m world lead
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce runs 100m world lead in Kingston - weekly round-up  Athletics Weekly
Posted on 13 July 2020 | 12:00 am
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VC argues DeFi isn’t a bubble as
VC argues DeFi isn’t a bubble as Chainlink, Compound and more go parabolic  CryptoSlate
Posted on 3 July 2020 | 12:00 am
This day in sports: Kings win first Stanley
This day in sports: Kings win first Stanley Cup championship  Los Angeles Times
Posted on 11 June 2020 | 12:00 am
Today in sports history: Boston Celtics win
Today in sports history: Boston Celtics win their 16th NBA championhip  Madison.com
Posted on 8 June 2020 | 12:00 am
First investment treaty arbitral award set
First investment treaty arbitral award set aside by the Swiss Federal Supreme Court  Lexology
Posted on 5 June 2020 | 12:00 am
Fitch Affirms Michelin and CFM at 'A-';
Fitch Affirms Michelin and CFM at 'A-'; Outlook Stable  Fitch Ratings
Posted on 29 May 2020 | 12:00 am
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Zenith's Chronomaster Revival can only be
Zenith's Chronomaster Revival can only be bought in Switzerland  British GQ
Posted on 20 May 2020 | 12:00 am
Angela Merkel urged to put European
Angela Merkel urged to put European solidarity over German interests  Open Democracy
Posted on 8 April 2020 | 12:00 am
Top import QB hunkered down in Europe -
Top import QB hunkered down in Europe  American Football International
Posted on 25 March 2020 | 12:00 am
Cinema Libre Studio Takes U.S. Rights to
Cinema Libre Studio Takes U.S. Rights to ’My Little One’ (EXCLUSIVE)  Variety
Posted on 11 March 2020 | 12:00 am
Best Arbitrators in 2019-2020 - Switzerland
Best Arbitrators in 2019-2020 - Switzerland  Leaders League
Posted on 11 March 2020 | 12:00 am
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tryplemusic: Bulle, Switzerland last friday
tryplemusic: Bulle, Switzerland last friday was crazy!🇨🇭 Where should I come play my next show? https://t.co/GyXr5RW0Hy
Posted on 1 October 2020 | 5:49 am
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Open Question: I'm thinking of applying in
I'm thinking of applying in BHMS Switzerland and I was wondering whether it's a good hotel school or not because I don't see the school in any ratings or rankings anywhere...please help me!!
Posted on 12 February 2013 | 5:25 pm
Resolved Question: Where can i bring my
I have just started schooling in Bulle, Switzerland and my friends are coming over to visit me in June, where can i bring them to for sight seeing and a little bit of hiking or tourists attractions? Any response would be much appreciated !!
Posted on 18 January 2011 | 5:40 pm
Resolved Question: Member of the Swiss
The news about Switzerland’s ban on the construction of minarets has made the headlines, providing shocking evidence of the strength of increasing intolerance in Europe. I shall be writing more about the minaret ban and its implications later, God willing, but right now I wanted to share an interesting side note. Daniel Streich was a member of the Swiss People’s party (SVP), the political party that pushed the minaret ban initiative. Streich is a military instructor in the Swiss Army and a local politician in the commune of Bulle. Formerly a devout Christian, he converted to Islam–and kept it a secret for two years. Streich has left the SVP, made his conversion to Islam public, and has denounced the SVP’s anti-Muslim campaign as a witch hunt. As far as I can tell, this story has not broken in the English language press. So, I translated a news article on Streich from German to English, published at the Swiss news site Twenty Minutes Online. Here it is: Daniel Streich, military instructor and, until recently, a Swiss People’s Party (SVP) politician in the city of Bulle, has left the party. The reason: He converted to Islam. For two years he kept this secret from his ex-party. Now, with the “witch hunt against Islam,” this situation has become unbearable for him. He was a true SVPer and Christian. He read the Bible and regularly went to church. Now Daniel Streich, military instructor and community council member, reads the Qur’an, prays five times a day and goes to a mosque. “Islam offers me logical answers to important life questions, which, in the end, I never found in Christianity,” says Streich. Because he could no longer stand the “SVP’s witch hunt against Islam” Streich left the part two weeks ago (around November 10, 2009) and has made his conversion to Islam become publicly known two years after his conversion. Now he’s participating in the building of the new Civil Conservative Democratic Party in the canton of Freiburg. The former churchgoer is vehemently against the minaret initiative: “If the initiative passes, it will be an absolute deep blow for me. I would have to ask myself, why I applied myself professionally and politically for over 30 years for this political system.” In contrast, Switzerland urgently needs more mosques. “It is not worthy of Switzerland to force Muslims to practice their faith in back alleys.” Reactions in the SVP were mixed. “Everyone can believe what he wants to,” says General Secretary Martin Baltisser. SVP-National Council member Alfred Heer had a less friendly reaction. Politcal scientist Georg Lutz: “The SVP and Islam stand closer to each other than people suppose. Both advance a conservative worldview.” With all due respect, I disagree with Lutz’ position. Muslims tend to have political attitudes that are similar to the social teaching of the Catholic Church: “progressive” on economic, environmental, and foreign policy issues, while being “conservative” on sexual ethics. But, a more accurate approach would be to say that Catholics and Muslims frequently do not fit within the stereotypical left/right divide. If anything, I would say that both Catholicism and Islam are more to the Left. The Right emphasizes particularity (whether the micro-particularity of capitalist individualism or the macro-particularity of nationalism). The Left, on the other hand, tends to stress universality. A balanced political position will address both universality (we’re all members of the same species living on the same planet) and particularity (we are shaped and live in particular communities that have their own traditions, political needs, and strengths and weaknesses). How one falls on the left/right spectrum (assuming such a spectrum exists) would be a function of his or her relative stress on universality vs particularity. Since both Catholicism and Islam (along with other great world religions) say that what unites human beings is more important than what divides them, their fundamental tendency is somewhat to the Left (IMHO). Anyway, there’s a sidebar item about an SVP politician trying to frame Streich’s conversion as a national security risk, implying that all Muslims in Western militaries are like the lone nut gunman at Fort Hood. (Ironically, in doing so he confirms Streich’s allegation that the SVP’s minaret ban is a “witch hunt” against Muslims). Here’s the piece: Alfred Heer: Anxiety over the convert Daniel Streich? Because Daniel Streich converted to Islam when he was an active professional member of the armed forces leads certain politicians to think: “That could be a security risk for the country. We’ve just seen what happened in the USA,” says SVP-National Council member Alfred Heer, referring to the shooting spree of a Muslim military psychiatrist at Fort Hood. Army spokesperson Christopher Brunner responded, “That is an absurd accusation.” The Swiss military is neutral on religious affiliations. Brunner: “it is to http://www.tikkun.org/tikkundaily/2009/12/04/member-of-the-swiss-political-party-that-pushed-for-minaret-ban-converts-to-islam/ @Guthen Godsword haha you are funny !! you're so misguided, believe me
Posted on 3 February 2010 | 7:30 am
Resolved Question: Member of the Swiss
The news about Switzerland’s ban on the construction of minarets has made the headlines, providing shocking evidence of the strength of increasing intolerance in Europe. I shall be writing more about the minaret ban and its implications later, God willing, but right now I wanted to share an interesting side note. Daniel Streich was a member of the Swiss People’s party (SVP), the political party that pushed the minaret ban initiative. Streich is a military instructor in the Swiss Army and a local politician in the commune of Bulle. Formerly a devout Christian, he converted to Islam–and kept it a secret for two years. Streich has left the SVP, made his conversion to Islam public, and has denounced the SVP’s anti-Muslim campaign as a witch hunt. As far as I can tell, this story has not broken in the English language press. So, I translated a news article on Streich from German to English, published at the Swiss news site Twenty Minutes Online. Here it is: Daniel Streich, military instructor and, until recently, a Swiss People’s Party (SVP) politician in the city of Bulle, has left the party. The reason: He converted to Islam. For two years he kept this secret from his ex-party. Now, with the “witch hunt against Islam,” this situation has become unbearable for him. He was a true SVPer and Christian. He read the Bible and regularly went to church. Now Daniel Streich, military instructor and community council member, reads the Qur’an, prays five times a day and goes to a mosque. “Islam offers me logical answers to important life questions, which, in the end, I never found in Christianity,” says Streich. Because he could no longer stand the “SVP’s witch hunt against Islam” Streich left the part two weeks ago (around November 10, 2009) and has made his conversion to Islam become publicly known two years after his conversion. Now he’s participating in the building of the new Civil Conservative Democratic Party in the canton of Freiburg. The former churchgoer is vehemently against the minaret initiative: “If the initiative passes, it will be an absolute deep blow for me. I would have to ask myself, why I applied myself professionally and politically for over 30 years for this political system.” In contrast, Switzerland urgently needs more mosques. “It is not worthy of Switzerland to force Muslims to practice their faith in back alleys.” Reactions in the SVP were mixed. “Everyone can believe what he wants to,” says General Secretary Martin Baltisser. SVP-National Council member Alfred Heer had a less friendly reaction. Politcal scientist Georg Lutz: “The SVP and Islam stand closer to each other than people suppose. Both advance a conservative worldview.” With all due respect, I disagree with Lutz’ position. Muslims tend to have political attitudes that are similar to the social teaching of the Catholic Church: “progressive” on economic, environmental, and foreign policy issues, while being “conservative” on sexual ethics. But, a more accurate approach would be to say that Catholics and Muslims frequently do not fit within the stereotypical left/right divide. If anything, I would say that both Catholicism and Islam are more to the Left. The Right emphasizes particularity (whether the micro-particularity of capitalist individualism or the macro-particularity of nationalism). The Left, on the other hand, tends to stress universality. A balanced political position will address both universality (we’re all members of the same species living on the same planet) and particularity (we are shaped and live in particular communities that have their own traditions, political needs, and strengths and weaknesses). How one falls on the left/right spectrum (assuming such a spectrum exists) would be a function of his or her relative stress on universality vs particularity. Since both Catholicism and Islam (along with other great world religions) say that what unites human beings is more important than what divides them, their fundamental tendency is somewhat to the Left (IMHO). Anyway, there’s a sidebar item about an SVP politician trying to frame Streich’s conversion as a national security risk, implying that all Muslims in Western militaries are like the lone nut gunman at Fort Hood. (Ironically, in doing so he confirms Streich’s allegation that the SVP’s minaret ban is a “witch hunt” against Muslims). Here’s the piece: Alfred Heer: Anxiety over the convert Daniel Streich? Because Daniel Streich converted to Islam when he was an active professional member of the armed forces leads certain politicians to think: “That could be a security risk for the country. We’ve just seen what happened in the USA,” says SVP-National Council member Alfred Heer, referring to the shooting spree of a Muslim military psychiatrist at Fort Hood. Army spokesperson Christopher Brunner responded, “That is an absurd accusation.” The Swiss military is neutral on religious affiliations. Brunner: “it is to http://www.tikkun.org/tikkundaily/2009/12/04/member-of-the-swiss-political-party-that-pushed-for-minaret-ban-converts-to-islam/
Posted on 3 February 2010 | 7:27 am
Resolved Question: Easiest way from
I'm looking to get to Charmey, Switzerland, from Fribourg, Switzerland. What is the fastest way, and how long might it take? thank you!!!
Posted on 15 February 2008 | 7:46 am
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