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Prayers Fight Indonesia’s Adultery

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JAKARTA – Aiming to curb adultery in the world's most populous Muslim nation, an Indonesian province has enforced a law that obligates government employees to attend congregational prayers and religious sermons. “I have heard so many reports of married civil servants cheating. They have one girlfriend or boyfriend one day, and another th......





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19 August 2013 Australian Muslim community leaders have voiced concerns about pressures they are facing from spy agencies, putt ...



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13 August 2013 Foreign Minister Bob Carr has announced a re-elected Rudd Labor Government would contribute $3 million to enable ...



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29 June 2013 Muslim activists will launch the first TV commercial in Australia about the Prophet Mohammed in a bid to improve t ...



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CAIRO – Leading British Muslim and interfaith organizations have signed a letter of complaint to Daily Mail’s editor Paul Dacre, condemning an article that deployed hateful Muslim stereotypes and used slurs commonly found in racist and far-right websites. “We write to express our condemnation of a recent article published by Richard Li......



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CAIRO – Suffering from an “outdated” education system, Burma Muslims have been urging quick reformations at Islamic schools, calling for necessary procedures to ensure the protection of vulnerable Muslim students. “We need dialogue, we need discussions,” U Myo Win, who founded Smile Education and Development Foundation in 1999, tol......



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CAIRO – Indonesia's top Muslim body has come under criticism after facing accusations of getting bribes from Australian halal certification companies, a charge vehemently denied by Indonesian scholars. “It’s common knowledge in Australia that in order to get authorization you have to bribe Indonesian Ulemas Council (MUI) officials,” ......



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NEW DELHI – Worn by Muslim women, Burqa or veil, is now becoming a fashion statement in India, with more young Indian Muslims preferring face-veils that are made fancy or ornate through embroidery, designs and decorative works. “With times even burqa is changing its color and design. More and more girls and women are demanding colorful a......



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LONDON – Failing to find ready halal meals at Warwick University, Shazia Saleem’s dream of establishing a ready-meals business for Muslim students was born, for which the British Muslim young lady has dedicated the past eight years of her life. Most of my friends at university were non-Muslims, and when we did a weekly food shop togethe......



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CAIRO – Facing growing calls for boycott over its ban on halal slaughter, Denmark has attempted to play down growing criticism by Muslims around the world, confirming that the Islamic slaughter is still legal in the north Nordic European country. “There is no ban on Islamic slaughter in Denmark,” the Danish Embassy in Riyadh was quoted......



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24 February 2013 The Great Mosque of Córdoba, was for centuries a symbol of diversity and tolerance in the souther ...



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CAIRO – Just a few steps away from Makkah’s Al-Masjid Al-Haram, Saudi authorities are planning to demolish a site believed to be the birthplace of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) as part of the ongoing expansion plans. “The last remaining historical site in the kingdom is the birthplace of the Prophet Mohammad, probably the most i......



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BANGUI – Months after deploying hundreds of peacekeepers, France has failed to stop ongoing sectarian violence in Central African Republic, where thousands of Muslims were killed or forced to evacuate their villages to escape killing and looting at the hands of Christian anti-balaka militias. The French failed in their mission, Al Mensou......



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16 February 2014 As grass-roots campaigning on the issue of Scottish independence is being stepped up in the Scottish Asian com ...



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15 February 2014 The Inauguration of the Islamic Banking and Finance Society (IBFS) at the Oxford Union Debating Chamber on Wed ...



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06 February 2014 A fight has broken out in Venice over plans to build a museum of Islamic art on the banks of the Grand Canal ( ...



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09 February 2014 A young team of people largely working pro bono have helped to complete the first Islamic Museum of Australia ...



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09 February 2014 Mob violence in Central African Republic's capital has escalated to the point where crowds slay Muslims and mu ...



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CENTRAL JAVA – Dozens of Muslim students in Central Java's Magelang have participated in cleaning the world's largest Buddhist temple that had been distorted with volcanic ash earlier this month. “Around 50 students from our boarding school spent their Friday holiday to clean Borobodur Temple of the Keluds ash together with other volunte......



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KARACHI – As backdoor efforts are on to restore the stalled peace talks between the government and the Taliban, religious scholars belonging to different schools of thought stand divided over the issue that would end a decade of militancy in Pakistan with many supporting and various opposing it. “Negotiation is the only panacea to the mi......



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CAIRO – Leading British Muslim and interfaith organizations have signed a letter of complaint to Daily Mail’s editor Paul Dacre, condemning an article that deployed hateful Muslim stereotypes and used slurs commonly found in racist and far-right websites. “We write to express our condemnation of a recent article published by Richard Li......




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