Sadiq Mohammed climbs into the cab of a truck that looks more like a nightclub than a smuggler's perch. Red and yellow tassels dangle from the ceiling, while tapestry drapes much of the windshield. He switches on the electric fan above his head and nestles into the front seat, which he's fitted with a more comfortable lawn chair.
Germany's foreign minister says it would be "regrettable" if Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cancels a meeting over the visiting official's appointment with groups critical of Israel's actions in the West Bank.
Gabriel said it would be "unthinkable" to cancel meetings if Netanyahu met government critics in Germany.
Next school year, it will review materials on Muslim culture for libraries, provide resources to teachers and engage in partnerships with the Council on American Islamic Relations.
Over several years, it plans to consider high school clubs that promote American Muslim culture, create "safe spaces" for students and train staff about Muslim culture.
The school district said on its website that the plan addresses "some of the specific challenges faced by the Muslim student community" after the Muslim community expressed concern about student safety last summer.
The Oakland Unified School District in California said in a board resolution in November, "The 2016 presidential election has created an atmosphere of fear among immigrants, Muslims and other vulnerable groups in Oakland."
Hong Kong is the kind of place where one-room apartments have been offered for sale at $3 million on — you can’t make this up — Welfare Road. So it’s hardly surprising that what could be the world’s most expensive house, in dollar per square foot terms, is to be found by a bay named “Repulse.”
On the market since 2012, the four-bedroom, four-bathroom, 4,120-sq.