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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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12 May 2012 Work on Australia's first Islamic Museum, to be built in Melbourne, will begin in August after a $1.5 million grant ...



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08 April 2012 Muslims in Australia were reinforcing their faith at a Twins of Faith conference. The Melbourne conf ...



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14 March 2012 A bitter dispute between siblings came before the ACT Supreme Court in Canberra last week, when a daughter of a d ...



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12 February 2012 This week, Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd has invited Professor Ekmelledin Ihsanoglu, the Secretary General of th ...



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Cairo: A court in Egypt has awarded capital punishment to an American Pastor Terry Jones and seven Coptic Christians in absentia as they committed blasphemy against the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) by playing their part in the release of anti-Islam film few months back attracting widespread protest in the Muslim world. By Farhan Iqbal



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CAIRO - The summoning of four tourists for allege indecent behavior in a Malaysian state rule by an Islamic party is sparking heated debates about the rights of non-Muslims in the Asian country.“There could be more of such ...



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MUMBAI - The application of fatwa is dividing Muslim scholars in India, with religious leaders opine that the enforcement of the edict may differ according to situation and context. Fatwas cannot be mandatory for everybody ...



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CAIRO - Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi has granted arrest powers to the military to help safeguard a planned referendum on the country's new constitution, a move seen as could drag the army into politics in the heavyweight A ...



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CAIRO - Seeking to reconcile actions with religious teachings, Muslim monologues are addressing challenges facing them in American society, tackling different aspects of identities and experiences with being Muslim.“That's ...



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LONDON - Anti-Muslim offensive graffiti has been painted outside a British Muslim family home, weeks after a cross wrapped in ham was left on their doorstep in Bingham, Nottingham. My kids are scared and crying,” the 39-ye ...



Last Modified:  09 Dec 2012 05:18  GMT

CAIRO - Renowned British lawmaker George Galloway has attacked new restrictions imposed on the wearing of the Muslim face-veil (Niqab) at the meeting place of the two houses of parliament, describing the move as an infringeme ...



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NEW DELHI - Despite having different religions, two Muslim and Hindu women are coming together to bring justice for survivors of India's worst industrial disaster. It was like the end of the world,” Muslim activist Rashida ...



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CAIRO - Decisions of withholding life-saving treatment for sick patients are sparking heated debates in Canada about the sanctity of life, with doctors blaming the uproar on “cultural misunderstanding”.“A lot of new Canadi ...



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CAIRO - Racing to feed hungry and poor people, Muslim organizations and community members in the central British town of Blackburn have been cooperating with the city's food bank to feed those in desperate need.“It is a fa ...



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CAIRO - Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi has annulled a controversial decree that triggered violent protests in the country, while keeping a referendum on a divisive constitution. The constitutional decree is annulled from ...



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CAIRO - Concluding an extensive national dialogue at Saturday midnight, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi annulled a decree he issued last month that sparked angry protests, adding that referendum on a draft constitution woul ...



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VIENNA - A pioneering Saudi-backed center for worldwide interfaith dialogue is stirring controversy ahead of its inauguration planned next Monday in Vienna over accusations of fostering a conservative version of Islam in Euro ...



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CAIRO - Depicting the effects of the current world events on the Muslim world, an annual list of the world's 500 most influential Muslims has appeared to help people understand the different ways Islam and Muslims impact the ...



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LONDON - Britain's religious and political leaders have denounced calls made by the country Prime Minister in which he announced plans to allow churches and religious organizations to host same-sex weddings. Our concern is ...



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CAIRO - Egypt's military called on Saturday, December 8, for dialogue to resolve a crisis over President Mohammed Morsi's new powers, warning it will intervene to stop Egypt going into a dark tunnel . The armed forces... ...




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