In football the eligibility criteria for a player to represent any nation on the international stage are many. Everyone knows that players are allowed to represent the nation in which they are born.
In addition to this, the player can represent any country in which their biological parents or grandparents were born and finally the player can also represent a nation where he has acquired citizenship.
During a June 22 summit in Davao City, on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao, the country’s president, Rodrigo Duterte, referred to the God of the nation’s enormous population of Catholic faithful as “stupid.” Continue reading “Philippine’s President Duterte Says Christian God is ‘Stupid’, Angering Christians everywhere”
Bharti Airtel on Monday issued a too little, too late clarification to a customer who asked the company to change her service representative from a Muslim guy to a Hindu. Continue reading “India’s Airtel customer wanted only Hindu speaker, not Muslim. This is #newIndia”
Britain’s tabloid newspapers have been accused of making a “seriously disappointing” attempt to single out a top Premier League footballer for being a Muslim – despite the fact that he is actually Christian. Continue reading “British tabloids claim Romelo Lukaku as ‘devout Muslim’ after he refused Alcohol”
Egypt goalkeeper Mohamed El-Shenawy refused his Man of the Match award, following his incredible display against Uruguay, as the award was sponsored by beer maker Budweiser. Continue reading “Why Did Egypt Goalkeeper Refuse Man of the Match Award?”
Nearly 3,000 expats embraced Islam in the first five months of this year, according to the Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs in Oman. Continue reading “3,000 Foreigners Convert to Islam in Five Months this Year in Oman”
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has found an unlikely ally in the shape of Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho. Continue reading “Jose Mourinho shocks fans with comments about Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah ahead of WORLD CUP match with Russia”