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Mass gatherings medicine – international cooperation and progress

Mass gathering around Khana Kaaba (Credit: Al Jazeera English/Flickr)

Mass gathering around Khana Kaaba (Credit: Al Jazeera English/Flickr)

The Lancet is today [Wednesday 21 May] publishing a Series of reports about different mass gatherings: the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games; the 2012 European Football Championship finals (Euro 2012), hosted jointly by Poland and Ukraine; and Hajj 2012 and Hajj 2013. These reports, led by Professor Ziad Memish, Deputy Minister of Health for Public Health in Saudi Arabia, and Professor Alimuddin Zumla, at University College London Medical School, UK, set out the planning and surveillance systems used to monitor public health risks, and describe the public health experiences and lessons learnt for the planning of future events. Continue reading

Google showing some Islamic search trends

I have found that people from around the world want to know about Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) and this thirst of knowing him is increasing more rapidly than their search for other personalities such as “Jesus Christ”, “Napoleon Bonaparte”, “Abraham Lincoln” and “William Shakespeare”. Recently, in a report, it has been published that these are the five most important people in history.

People want to know about Prophet Muhammad (Sallallaho Allaihi Wasallum)

Source: http://goo.gl/NsaAPr

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