Afghan Terrorist Arrested in Karachi, makes Shocking Revelations

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Three Muslim College Students Fatally Shot In by a atheist man in NC, USA

Three Muslim students who attended both the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University were shot and killed on Tuesday evening.

Three Muslim students who attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University were shot and killed on Tuesday evening.

The suspect is a 46-year-old man, identified as Craig Stephen Hicks.

He is now in police custody for allegedly shooting all three victims in the head. Police have not revealed any potential motive for the shooting, but according to relatives, two of the victims may have had an issue with Hicks before their deaths.

Officers responded to a condominium complex, which is home to many college studetns, at approximately 5 p.m. after residents reported hearing gunshots. The victims, Yusor Mohammad Barakat, Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha and Deah Barakat were pronounced dead at the scene.

Three Muslim students killed at North Carolina campus

Three American students have been shot to death at a residential complex of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a suspect has been arrested over the incident, according to local police.

Chapel Hill police told local news outlets that Craig Stephen Hicks, 46, was arrested and charged with killing the three Muslim students.

Hicks made a brief court appearance on Wednesday morning, saying he understood the charges, according to the Associated Press. His probable cause hearing was set for March 4 and he is being held without bond.

via Three Muslim students killed at North Carolina campus – Al Jazeera English.

WORLD CUP WILL BE CHALLENGING FOR FAST BOWLERS says WASIM AKRAM

Wasim Akram says on his blog at icc that “International cricket is all about how you prepare. Keep yourself fit, put in the hard work and practice well. That in a nutshell is the mantra for doing well at the highest level. The ICC

Cricket World Cup 2015 will be played in the challenging conditions of Australia and New Zealand, which means it entails double the hard work.

” I am not trying to create any fear, but the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 will be a big challenge for the bowlers, especially those from the sub-continent. ”

he said: Once you attain the needed fitness, that’s half the job done.

Then the bowlers will have to vary their bowling according to the pitches in Australia and New Zealand.

” Since back foot batsmen do well on Australia pitches, try to draw them on the front foot and get the edge. ”

Wasim said We were lucky that when we won the ICC Cricket World Cup in 1992 with a depleted bowling attack, we had a number of part-timers like Ijaz Ahmed and Aamir Sohail to bank on.