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



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Male: Conspiracies are being hatched against Islam in the Maldives and Islam is strategically maligned before young Maldivians so they do not accept the truthfulness of Islam and think negatively about the only true religion in the world. This was said by the Maldives Minister of Islamic Affairs, Sheikh Mohamed Shaheem Ali Saeed.



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Islam is a wonderful religion and Prophet of Islam, Muhammad (peace be upon him), is the greatest person in the history of mankind, according to a renowned Hindu scholar in India. He also said that for learning and un ...



Last Modified:  15 Feb 2013 01:18  GMT

TUNIS - Tunisia's ruling Islamists rejected Thursday, February 7, a proposal by the prime minister to replace the government following the killing of a leading opposition leader. The prime minister did not ask the opinion ...



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Islam is the majority religion of the Gambia, with around 90 percent of the population being Muslims and most have a Catholic relative/relation. The other religions include Christians, Catholics, Methodist, Baptist an ...



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King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah is studying prospects of conducting a Qur’an contest for students of all universities in the Kingdom. “We’ll discuss this idea during the next meeting of KAU&rsquo ...



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DHAR - A new controversy is brewing in India over celebrations of a Hindu festival at an ancient mosque in the central city of Dhar, which coincides with the weekly Friday prayers on February 15.“Our effort is to find an a ...



Last Modified:  14 Feb 2013 05:18  GMT

CAIRO - Amid political turmoil in the birthplace of the Arab Spring, young Muslims in Tunisia see a better future for their country in the application of Islamic Shari`ah. Shari`ah is a whole world, Hamada Ben Amor, a Tun ...



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JAKARTA - Indonesian scholars have urged Muslims not to celebrate Valentine's Day, saying the celebration leads to immoral practices that run counter to Islamic teachings. We don't want to completely ban Valentine's Day bu ...



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Washington: The US government led by President Barack Obama may face trouble for nominating John Brennan as the new CIA Director as a former FBI agent has claimed that the nominee has embraced Islam when he was performing his duty in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.



Last Modified:  13 Feb 2013 05:18  GMT

CAIRO - The resignation of Pope Benedict XVI is raising high hopes among Muslim scholars for better relations between Muslims and the Vatican after years of tension under the resigning pontiff.“The resumption of ties with ...



Last Modified:  13 Feb 2013 05:18  GMT

CAIRO - A leading US Muslim advocacy group has cast doubts on reports about the reversion of President Barack Obama's nominee to lead the CIA, John Brennan, to Islam. You have to look at the source, Ibrahim Hooper, the co ...



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CAIRO - The top Muslim religious authority in Lebanon has issued a fatwa banning the legalization of the civil marriage in the Arab country, amid a heightened debate about the practice.“Every Muslim official, whether a dep ...



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CAIRO - Surviving on handouts and unable to look for work outside refugee camps, Rohingya Muslims are forced by Burmese authorities to take hazardous journeys by sea to flee persecution in their country.“There are no oppor ...



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WASHINGTON - American Muslims have offered best wishes to Pope Benedict XVI following his surprise resignation, voicing hope for better relations between Muslims and Christians under his successor. We offer the American Mu ...



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WELLINGTON - A New Zealander lawmaker has triggered outrage by calling for banning Muslims from flights, inviting flaks from government officials and residents.“It's an appalling thing to say, it's stupid,” New Zealand's P ...



Last Modified:  12 Feb 2013 01:18  GMT

CAIRO - Finding no space for growing numbers of worshippers, the Muslim community in the industrial city of Hamtramck, Michigan, is facing a strong opposition to expand their Islamic centers to fulfil their religious needs.



Last Modified:  12 Feb 2013 09:18  GMT

CAIRO - Egypt's senior scholars have picked a professor of Islamic jurisprudence to become Egypt's first elected mufti and leading scholar, for the first time after the ratification of the new constitution.“Dr Shawki Ibrah ...




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