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TEL AVIV – TEL AVIV – In what many experts see as a blow to Israel's economy, US and European air carriers have halted flights to Israel, citing concern over  Hamas rockets fired from Gaza and hitting an area near Ben Gurion airport, as US Secretary of State John Kerry pushes for a Middle East truce in his visit to Israel on Wednesday,......





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DAMASCUS - Amid reports of kidnapping, rape and torture, Syrian refugees are fleeing the deadly conflict in their country to neighboring states to escape sexual assaults, as the crisis is forcing many women to sell themselves ...



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CAIRO - The world's largest Muslim group has condemned the publication of a comic biography of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him) by a French satirical magazine. Incitement and advocacy of hatred and intoler ...



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CAIRO - Dangerous sport games such as wrestling are banned in Islam because they are posing harms to athletes, a Saudi scholar has said.“It is not permissible for a Muslim to hurt oneself in one way or another,” said ...



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CAIRO - Islam is the second largest religion in the world, with Muslims are having the lowest median age among all religious groups, a new study has found.“Muslims are going to grow as a share of the world's population and ...



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PARIS - Supported by France's Muslims and Catholics, tens of thousands of French are rallying to march Sunday, January 13, against government plans to legalize same-sex marriage in the southern European country. We're all ...



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CAIRO - Seeking a glimpse into far-right groups, a British university has established a center to study their trends, amid concerns that a decline in support for rightists could lead to a gradual shift from race-based far-rig ...



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CAIRO - With prayers and speeches highlighting his teachings and traits of his character, mosques across the British city of Sheffield are planning to celebrate the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him ...



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CAIRO - Mobilizing their efforts against government's plans to legalize same-sex marriages, British Roman Catholic groups are planning a string of new grassroots protests against the endeavor, sending petitions and open lette ...



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CAIRO - A row has been developing in Australia's second most populous state over the planned expansion of a mosque, with some terming the Muslim worship place as a breeding ground for fanatics.“The meaning of mosque is sub ...



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JAKARTA - A joke about rape victims by a senior Indonesian judge is sparking outrage in the Muslim-majority country. The comments were inelegant, inappropriate and unbecoming of a judge and a Supreme Court hopeful, Sarifu ...



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CAIRO - At the help of Muslim groups and religious authorities, dozens of followers of a deviant group in Indonesia on Thursday, January 17, reverted to Islam.“We really appreciate the move from those former Ahmadiyyah fol ...



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ISLAMABAD - Pakistan's top court on Tuesday, January 15, ordered the arrest of Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf in connection with an alleged corruption scandal, triggering fears of a military coup in the nuclear-armed Musli ...



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CAIRO - Making political history, two dozen Muslims have been elected delegates of the Democratic Party in the US state of California, a move seen as a milestone for the sizable minority.“California Muslims made political ...



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TORONTO - Seeking to fulfil religious duties in the Northern Hemisphere, Muslims in the far-flung Canadian city of Iqaluit, close to the Arctic Circle, are looking to build their first mosque. We are a small community of a ...



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CAIRO - A US federal judge has granted a jailed American Muslim the right to perform daily congregational prayers, the Los Angeles Times reported Sunday, January 13.US District Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson ordered of ...



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BERNARDS - Adding to the difficulties facing Muslims in building their worship places in the United States, a new mosque in Bernardsville in New Jersey's Somerset County is facing growing opposition from neighbors and anti-Is ...



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CAIRO - An international body of Muslim scholars has called for reaching a peaceful solution to the conflict in Mali, condemning France's military intervention in the African country.“A peaceful solution and national recon ...



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CAIRO - A Cairo court ordered a retrial of ousted president Hosni Mubarak on Sunday, January 13 after accepting an appeal against his life sentence, to the disappointment of many Egyptians. If Mubarak and his corrupt aides ...



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BISSAU - Muslims in Guinea-Bissau are pleading for help to teach growing numbers of people embracing Islam in the west African country about their religion. Poverty and ignorance is high among the new members of Islam in G ...



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BAMAKU - The world's largest Muslim group called Tuesday, January 15, for a ceasefire in Mali, where French troops intervened to fight Islamists in the north of the African country.We “call for an immediate ceasefire in Ma ...




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