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Swiss Muslims Get First Academic Center

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GENEVA – Switzerland’s first Islamic research center has opened its doors to promote the moderate values of Islam in the European country and offer Swiss Muslim a rare Islamic education in Deutsche. The institute board of trustees groups scholars tasked with preparing the curricula on sound academic bases as adopted by accredited Islami......





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Last Modified:  14 Mar 2013 05:19  GMT

CAIRO - Muslims worldwide have congratulated Argentine Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio for being elected Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, voice hope for better relations with the Vatican under the ...



Last Modified:  14 Mar 2013 01:18  GMT

OTTAWA - Muslims will come together in Canada's capital city of Ottawa on Saturday, March 16, to address problems facing Muslim youth and enhance their identity and spirituality.“This conference is unique in the sense that ...



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Tennessee: An American professor believes that the similarities between the Holy Quran and Bible can be used to clear misconceptions about Islam in the post 9/11 era and he is highlighting the similarities as a way to clear misconceptions about Islam and Muslims in the world.



Last Modified:  13 Mar 2013 09:18  GMT

VATICAN CITY - In a surprise choice, Argentine cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected Wednesday, March 13, as a new pope of the Roman Catholic Church to replace Benedict XVI. I announce to you a great joy. We have a po ...



Last Modified:  13 Mar 2013 08:17  GMT

Melbourne: Australia is experiencing a limbo over Islamic law in the country and few anti-Islam politicians seem to be at full swing against the law even though Muslims are in a good minority in the Australian island. In a recent development, controversial Australian Liberal senator, Cory Bernardi, said that visiting anti-Islam campaigner Geert Wilders should be allowed to exercise his right to free speech.



Last Modified:  13 Mar 2013 05:19  GMT

DAMASCUS - Being tortured, raped and killed, children are taking the full brunt of two years of deadly fighting between President Bashar Al-Assad's security forces and opposition troops. This is a war where women and child ...



Last Modified:  13 Mar 2013 05:19  GMT

TRIPOLI - Arriving traumatized, without possessions and having lost relatives, the number of Syrian refugees fleeing two years of bloodshed in their country has reached the one-million mark. The situation is very bad for u ...



Last Modified:  13 Mar 2013 05:18  GMT

BERLIN - Germany banned Wednesday, March 13, three Salafi Muslim groups for what authorities say an ideology that runs counter to democracy. Salafism, as represented in the associations that were banned today, is incompati ...



Last Modified:  13 Mar 2013 01:18  GMT

CAIRO - Overcoming a vicious campaign against Islam and Muslims, jubilant Muslims celebrated the approval to construct a new mosque in Australia's most populous city of Melbourne, urging neighbors to follow Jesus' precept and ...



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18 June 2012 The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), in a bid to enhance cooperation and integration with Islamic countr ...



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22 July 2012 The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is working toward its goal of an Educational Exchange Program that s ...



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09 July 2012 More than 100 young Jewish and Muslim leaders are meeting for the third annual Muslim Jewish Conference (MJC) in B ...



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28 March 2012 Islamic bonds (sukuk) have staged a massive comeback since 2011, after several gloomy years in which even Muslim ...



Last Modified:  12 Mar 2013 05:22  GMT

IDLIB, North Syria - Feeling cold, hungry and scared, Syrians are seeking refuge in burial undergrounds to escape the raging fighting between President Bashar Al-Assad's forces and opposition fighters. It's bad here, Moha ...



Last Modified:  12 Mar 2013 05:22  GMT

CAIRO - As Roman Catholic cardinals are convening to elect a successor to Pope Benedict XVI, Muslims hope that the new pontiff will be more like late John Paul II,, who invested robust efforts in improving relations between f ...



Last Modified:  12 Mar 2013 05:22  GMT

CAIRO - Iranian plans to produce a film on the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him) are inviting opposition from Muslim scholars, amid calls for the Shiite country to stop the screening.“It is the resp ...



Last Modified:  12 Mar 2013 05:18  GMT

CAIRO - Bringing a galaxy of Muslim scholars from around the world, Australia's Muslims are preparing to open their largest conference this week to build bridges with followers of other faiths and the wider community.“The ...



Last Modified:  12 Mar 2013 02:43  GMT

MAURICE Bucaille was born to a French parent and, like his family, he grew up a Christian. After his secondary education, he joined Faculty of Medicine, France University. Later, he became ...



Last Modified:  12 Mar 2013 01:18  GMT

VATICAN CITY - Roman Catholic cardinals convened Tuesday, March 12, to name a new pope after the resignation of Benedict XVI for health reasons.About a dozen names of candidates are circulating to become the new pontiff.



Last Modified:  12 Mar 2013 11:14  GMT

14 August 2012 Authorities in Hamburg have become the first in Germany to officially recognize Islamic holidays so Muslim emplo ...




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