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We had cited some current world developments to help reflect scriptural guidance postulations relative to modern times. The narratives on Brexit still hold, the comments on Macron’s European Army now is intrigued with Merkel joining in but Trump’s mocking response “Make France great again!” even surpass our alluring to most EU communities being alienated by any bent on Neverland federalism. In our book, the somewhat leader of lost EU commission boys, Macron could now bring the European Union to rue because of his view to possibly even defend against the U.S.
The Czech Republic, Hungary and Austria not wanting to sign United Nations’ The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration agreement come December do not contradict our notion of right-wing governments focusing on their own respective homeland priorities.
On 17.11.18 more than 100,000 protesters in France linked the rising cost of diesel fuel to Macron, the “president of the rich.” His approval ratings now at 26% is far lower than the US President’s 40%. Ex-environment minister, Nicolas Hulot said in an August radio interview that greenhouse gas emissions was not reduced.
Can Macron’s carbon tax measures to curb climate change which ends up hurting the working class with increased retail diesel prices be good governance. Legislative policies ought to directly make industrialists pay by investments in more efficient manufacturing processes.
Australia and New Zealand on 18.11.18 indicated they will jointly fund a US$1.7 billion plan to increase electricity supply from 13% of Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) eight million-strong population now to 70% by 2030. Australia is expected to give around A$572 million in development aid to PNG for the 2018-2019 period.
The aid donors could be seeking to counter China’s influence in the strategic Pacific region. During the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation’s (Apec) annual summit in PNG, the opposition leader, Gary Juffa cited Malaysia’s Dr Mahathir scrapping China-linked projects worth hundreds of billions of ringgit by citing affordability issues. He warned that there were that PNG could be unable to cope with Chinese BRI investments debt burdens.
After the Apec summit, Dr Mahathir mentioned to a congregation at Hohola Mosque in PGN about reading and understanding the Quran in your own language. “If you read the Quran, it will teach you what is the way of life for the Muslims. But if you go according to certain interpretations by leaders, then you may not be getting the right message of the Quran that’s found in the Quran,” Dr Mahathir said. “The Quran should be the final guidance for us. Whenever we fail to understand or whenever we find teachings to be in doubt, go back to the Quran.”
Post publication events and world order reform developments not withstanding, the manuscript passages on cited events and case references are spot on. The title remains a valid contemporary approach to garner a seamless understanding of the scriptural teachings without being distracted by apparently haphazard not sequential narratives of divine guidance and decrees of the Quran.