Saleem Uddin, a spokesman for Ahmadi community, released a statement condemning the attack and saying that members of their community were being constantly targeted because of their faith. RZIM released an independent report by the Atlanta law firm Miller Martin detailing Zacharias transgressions, including sexual misconduct and rape allegations from more than a dozen massage therapists and the discovery of about 200 photos of young women on his phones, some of them nude selfies. The board of RZIM, which is led by Zacharias daughter, said it was “shocked and grieved by Ravi actions,” and apologized to his victims: “Words cannot come close to expressing the sorrow that we feel for what you have been through or the gratitude we feel for the bravery with which you have responded.” RZIM denied any sexual misconduct by its founder last fall, and Zacharias had sued one accuser for extortion before he died.
One of the best ways to get more involved in your local economy is by becoming a member of your town’s Chamber of Commerce. Offering multiple benefits to their members, such as publicity and networking opportunities, Chambers help businesses small and large flourish in their native towns, and gain recognition throughout the community. Chambers of Commerce help towns thrive, and encourage community participation in events such as Main Street Fairs and Holiday Gatherings, which are often sponsored by the businesses that are Chamber Members.
But his comments come after a slew of actors and musicians decided to apologise for the parts they played in her downfall, in what has become a moment of reckoning for Hollywood and celebrity culture. The apologies come after the release of Framing Britney Spears, which charts Ms Spears downfall that eventually led to a mental breakdown and the guardianship of her money and assets handed over to her father. Actress Sharon Stone and comedian Sarah Silverman are among those to own up and express regret this week.
Wispa, the crumbly textured chocolate bar sometimes described as a “poor man Aero”, is another 80s revival. In 2007, four years after the product had been discontinued, hard core Wispa “enthusiasts” apparently acting independently of Cadbury, its manufacturer stormed the stage at Glastonbury during Iggy Pop slot, waving a banner that read “Bring back the Wispa”. Keen to capitalise on this outburst, Cadbury used YouTube to spread Wispa cult 1980s TV ads virally..
KICK WHILE WE’RE DOWN It is upsetting that (Prime Minister Justin) Trudeau has decided to use climate change as a reason to make life even harder for Canadians. His latest announcement of increasing the carbon tax to meet the standard of $170 per tonne by 2030 is ludicrous. Doesn’t anyone in the Liberal party have the brain power to figure this out and then stand up to Trudeau and tell him this will totally destroy the Canadian economy by 2030? With all the scandals and dishonesty this prime minister has shown since he was first elected, it is beyond reason that anyone would support Trudeau’s government.