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As Gaza Burns, France Feels the Heat

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CAIRO –Amid escalating tension in French streets, President Francois Hollande met with religious leaders on Monday, July 21, as a part of the government’s effort......





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06 May 2012 Hussein al-Kharsan, a 25-year-old Iraqi, aims to writie the longest copy of the Qur'an in the world. Kharsan says t ...



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07 April 2012 Some of the world's most recognized and renowned authorites in Islamic Law and Islamic Legal Theory are meeting i ...



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28 February 2012 Deputy Ruler of Dubai and UAE Minister of Finance Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashed Al Maktoum has launched the world's ...



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CAIRO - Rejecting the hateful anti-Islam message, anti-fascist groups in England's north east city of Sunderland have accused far-right groups of spreading anti-Muslim hatred across the city via internet social networks.“W ...



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CAIRO - Alarmed by increasing hate attacks, Ontario Muslims have come together to plan a hate crimes workshop later this month to help Muslim women understand the crimes and report them to officials.“We've been hearing peo ...



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DHAKA - Bangladesh's prime minister has ruled out a new blasphemy law to punish bloggers who defame Islam and Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), despite facing growing protests from Islamic groups in the secular country.



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CAIRO - Getting together in an unusual setting, Chicago Muslim women gathered inside an Evanston church to debunk stereotypes about their faith and hijab, correcting increasing misconceptions about Islam.“There's a psyche ...



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28 February 2013 Russia's Pushkin Museum is presenting an international exhibition of works of classical Islamic art of the 9th ...



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December 25, 2012The world famous Paris museum Louvre said its new Islamic art wing helped cement its position as the world's most-visi ...



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09 March 2013 The Muslim Journeys Bookshelf is a collection of 25 books, 4 DVDs, and other programming resources selected and p ...



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31 July 2012 The National Association and Coalition of Christian Groups along with Individuals for Practical Equality and Prote ...



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30 July 2012 In spite of its small percentage of Muslims, South Africa has emerged as a leader in the halal food industry. Than ...



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29 May 2012 The Muslim Women Organisation (MWO) in Malawi has asked President Joyce Banda to ensure her government allows Musli ...



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Dhaka: Defaming Islam on internet by conspirators in Bangladesh has turned into a serious issue which has drawn the attention of high-ups at the government level as the Bangladeshi Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina, has warned that the conspirators insulting Islam will be dealt with stern hands.



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CAIRO - The choice of the name of a middle age saint for the newly-elected Pope Jorge Mario Bergoglio has revived a debate among scholars about the name, which refers to one of the most violent episodes of Christian crusades ...



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DAMASCUS - The burial of Muslim scholar Sheikh Mohammad Said Ramadan al-Bouti, who is known for his support for embattled President Bashar Al-Assad, at an ancient mosque in Damascus has sparked a controversy in Syria. Bury ...



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LONDON - Urging all Britons to speak out against the practice, an umbrella Muslim group is condemning the scandal of grooming white girls for sexual activities as running counter to Islamic teachings.“This is an appalling ...



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LONDON - The role of Shari`ah courts in mediating to end marital disputes is raising heightened debates in Britain, amid accusations that the tribunals are pressuring women to stay in abusive marriages. We are not here jus ...



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BANGUI - The installation of a Muslim president in Central African Republic after a military coup is raising religious tension in the Christian-majority country, amid calls from religious leaders for calm.“We are sitting o ...



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CAIRO - In a show of solidarity with the Palestinians against decades-long occupation, hackers have launched massive cyber attacks against Israeli websites, vowing to wipe the Jewish state off internet map.“You have not st ...




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