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Family Issues Dominate Le Bourget

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CAIRO – Inaugurating France's largest Islamic conference, leaders of the French Muslim community have put marriage and family issues at the center of the gathering’s discussions, citing a rising controversy surrounding gay marriage and gender equality education in the European country. The themes always stick to the news. Marriage for a......





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GUWAHATI - Blaming political parties for inciting ethnic violence and communalism, young Indian Muslims from across Assam have come together to brainstorm a solution to ethnic violence in the north-eastern state. For findi ...



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CAIRO - Looking for Mr. and Mrs. Right, young Muslims are using the annual convention of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) to search for their soul mates.“Our networks are not as strong as they once were,” Altaf ...



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CAIRO - Muslim and Jewish leaders from across Europe are set to meet in Paris on Tuesday, September 4, to discuss restrictions on their religious rights, including the practice of religious circumcision, the Deutsche Well ...



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CAIRO - Catholic universities in the United States are becoming a favorite destination for Muslim students in the country and abroad, finding a faith-based education that respects their religious needs.“Here, people are mo ...



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CAIRO - Resorting to Islamic teachings urging protection of women and children rights, Ugandan officials have called on Muslim scholars to spread a message of gender equality to curb domestic violence in southern Uganda's Bus ...



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CAIRO - Wearing a cream-colored hijab, a veiled anchorwoman has appeared on Egypt's state television for the first time in decades, drawing a wide support in the pivotal Arab country. To be fair, veiled anchors were severe ...



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GAZA CITY - A young Palestinian has died after setting himself on fire in the Gaza Strip in protest at the economic ships in the enclave, which has been under a crippling Israeli blockade. He left to seek work and he did n ...



Last Modified:  03 Sep 2012 04:21  GMT

CAIRO - Muslims in Southeast Asian are among the most devout in the world, being the most enthusiastic followers of the five pillars of Islam, including Zakah, prayers and fating, a new survey has found.“Annual almsgiving, ...



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ISLAMABAD - The arrest of an imam on suspicion of planting evidence to frame a Christian girl accused of defaming Islam is sparking divisions in Pakistan, with some residents see the detention as a plot against the religious ...



Last Modified:  03 Sep 2012 04:18  GMT

CAIRO - Despite having eight mosques in the Canadian capital, the Muslim community in Ottawa has never heard the adhan (the public call for prayers” coming from any of them.“We have to acknowledge that we're in a predomina ...



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JAKARTA - Helping Muslim women realize their potential, an international beauty pageant for hijab-clad women is promoting positive role models for females, who care more for inner beauty and dispelling stereotypes about Islam ...



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WASHINGTON - Stereotypes and challenges facing the Muslim minority in North America have dominated an annual Muslim convention, with participants underlining the importance of promoting harmony between followers of different ...



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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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WASHINGTON - Major interfaith leaders and government officials have come together in Washington this weekend to address civil rights challenges faced by Muslims in the US and underline the importance of interfaith harmony. ...



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CAIRO - Indian Muslim scholars are extending their hands to save a river sacred to the Hindus from pollution, which has been a cause of harm to millions of residents. The failure of various projects to make Ganges pollutio ...



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CAIRO - Nobel Peace laureate Desmond Tutu called Sunday, September 2, for putting former American president George W. Bush and Britain's ex-premier Tony Blair on trial for war crimes for their role in the invasion of Iraq. ...



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WASHINGTON - Attempts to create new web domains with religious endings are triggering a fierce competition among religious groups on cyberspace to present their faith, amid concerns about the eligibility of the winners to spe ...



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VENICE - Giving the audience a new look onto the 9/11 attacks from a Muslim perspective, a Hollywood movie at Venice Film Festival is telling the story of a bright Pakistani immigrant, who is radicalized by US lifestyle. I ...



Last Modified:  02 Sep 2012 12:18  GMT

CAIRO - A new program on British TV about history of Islam has sparked a flood of complains as flawed after drawing a spat of angry comments accusing it of distorting the history of Islam.“Holland appears to have turned a ...



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CAIRO - Urging for a bigger role of Muslims in America and religious tolerance, hundreds of Muslims gathered for Juma`ah (Friday) prayer in Marshall Park in Charlotte on the sidelines of the Democratic National Convention ami ...




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