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Inflation Hits India Muslims in Ramadan

Last Modified:  10 Jul 2014 03:47  GMT


NEW DELHI – Affected by soaring temperatures and absence of rainfall, spiraling inflation has hit India Muslims hard in Ramadan, with the religious minority finding it hard to cope with soaring prices of fruits, vegetables and other essential items. “The prices are too high this year. Price of almost everything has doubled in the last on......





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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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Abu Dhabi: The world can be a peaceful place to live only when one human being respects the sentiments of the other and allows him to freely choose his lifestyle, faith, practices and religion without being harmful for anyone. By Farhan Iqbal



Last Modified:  04 Oct 2012 08:23  GMT

ANKARA - As Turkey continued reprisal attacks on Syrian targets for the second day on Thursday, October 4, Turks were growing worried about being dragged into full-blown intervention in Syria. We are carrying out other cou ...



Last Modified:  04 Oct 2012 08:22  GMT

CAIRO - Spain's football giant FC Barcelona has angered Muslim fans by inviting released Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit as a guest of honor to a derby game with rival Real Madrid next month.“Gilad Shalit's invite is a new co ...



Last Modified:  04 Oct 2012 04:18  GMT

ABUJA - The Saudi deportation of Nigerian female pilgrims for being unaccompanied by male guardians is sparking a deep retrospection among Muslims in the western African country about their commitment to the tenets of Islam. ...



Last Modified:  04 Oct 2012 04:18  GMT

ABUJA - Nigeria has resumed flights to Saudi Arabia for the spiritual journey of hajj after a dispute with Riyadh over the expulsion of female pilgrims for arriving unaccompanied by male guardians (mahram). Since the resum ...



Last Modified:  04 Oct 2012 12:18  GMT

CAIRO - Seeking to meet the needs of disabled Muslim worshippers, a Turkish district is planning to refurbish mosques for making the worship places accessible for people with disabilities.“We consulted with Religious Affai ...



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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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CAIRO - As world leaders are meeting in New York for the UN General Assembly, the gap between Western and Muslim perspectives on freedom of expression and insults against religions casts its shadow over this year's discussion ...



Last Modified:  03 Oct 2012 08:18  GMT

PARIS - Preparing pilgrims for the spiritual journey, a French agency is offering courses for European Muslims to fulfil the lifetime trip.“The Hajj Academy is a training center whose objective is to prepare pilgrims to un ...



Last Modified:  03 Oct 2012 08:18  GMT

CAIRO - Building their own mosques and becoming financially strong, Shiite Muslims are gaining a foothold in the United States, finding a full freedom to practice their religious rituals.“They came here as refugees because ...



Last Modified:  03 Oct 2012 08:18  GMT

TRIPOLI - In an escalation in protests against a US-made film defaming Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him), the US ambassador to Libya and three other embassy staff were killed in a rocket attack on their car.



Last Modified:  03 Oct 2012 04:19  GMT

CAIRO - A mosque in Sweden has received an initial approval to call Adhan (prayer call) from its minaret, the first such move in the Scandinavian country, the Gatestone Institute reported.“We have lived our whole ...



Last Modified:  03 Oct 2012 04:18  GMT

KARACHI - Gaining foothold in the south Asian country, hijab is increasingly being donned by public figures, politicians and actresses in Pakistan amid increasing religious trends among the literate women class during the las ...



Last Modified:  03 Oct 2012 04:18  GMT

ABUJA - Nigeria has resumed flights to Saudi Arabia for the spiritual journey of hajj after a dispute with Riyadh over the expulsion of female pilgrims for arriving unaccompanied by male guardians (mahram). Since the resum ...



Last Modified:  03 Oct 2012 08:19  GMT

CAIRO - Egyptian protestors stormed into the US embassy in Cairo on Tuesday, September 11, in protest at a movie insulting Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him). This movie must be banned immediately and an apo ...



Last Modified:  03 Oct 2012 04:11  GMT

Washington: The United States authorities have arrested the man who has major hand in making of the anti-Islam for violating terms of his probation. By Farhan Iqbal



Last Modified:  03 Oct 2012 12:19  GMT

CAIRO - A planned visit by Pope Benedict XVI to Lebanon is meeting a widespread welcome from Muslim leaders across the Arab country, amid high hopes of strengthening religious co-existence among followers of the two Abrahimic ...



Last Modified:  02 Oct 2012 08:18  GMT

CAIRO - A series of threats against mosques in the Canadian city of Charlottetown is creating panic among the Muslim community.“We feel we are being targeted,” Zain Esseghaier, a spokesman for the Muslim community in Charl ...




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