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Danish Party Reignites Immigration Debate

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CAIRO – Putting immigration back at the top of political debate, a Danish opposition politician has urged tougher rules on Muslim immigrants to the western European country, calling for easier rules on the other hand for westerners. “It is not necessary to set the same requirements for everyone, because as a general rule there is a big d......





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Last Modified:  12 Sep 2012 04:18  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:  12 Sep 2012 12:18  GMT

NAIROBI - In an effort to calm violent protests over the killing of a Muslim imam in the port city of Mombasa, Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga has accused “foes” of masterminding the murder to spark religious war in the co ...



Last Modified:  12 Sep 2012 12:18  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:  11 Sep 2012 04:26  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:  11 Sep 2012 04:24  GMT

CAIRO - Allegations that Muslim imams have offered to officiate the marriage of a 12-year-old girl are shocking the sizable community in Britain, with Muslims investigating the scandal.“To be honest I was truly shocked and ...



Last Modified:  11 Sep 2012 04:22  GMT

CHAPEL HILL, North Carolina - Facing a growing bigotry following the 9/11 attacks, American Muslims are reaching out to the wider community to correct misconceptions about themselves and their faith.“Islam was put in the s ...



Last Modified:  11 Sep 2012 04:22  GMT

CAIRO - As the United States is preparing to mark the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, American Muslims are volunteering to serve their community in an effort to turn the horrific memory into something positive. I thi ...



Last Modified:  11 Sep 2012 12:18  GMT

CAIRO - As the United States is preparing to mark the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, American Muslims are volunteering to serve their community in an effort to turn the horrific memory into something positive. I thi ...



Last Modified:  11 Sep 2012 12:18  GMT

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 ...



Last Modified:  11 Sep 2012 11:13  GMT

Abuja: Extremists of Boko Haram in Nigeria set several mobile towers on fire across the north of the country and sent threatening message to the journalists associated with the Voice of America network. By Farhan Iqbal



Last Modified:  11 Sep 2012 10:15  GMT

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 ...



Last Modified:  10 Sep 2012 08:19  GMT

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:  10 Sep 2012 08:18  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, ...



Last Modified:  10 Sep 2012 08:18  GMT

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 ...



Last Modified:  10 Sep 2012 04:18  GMT

LIVERPOOL - A Muslim councilor has been elected a mayor of the western Australian suburb of Liverpool after defeating the governing Labour Party in one of its strongholds.“I like keeping things simple,” Mayor New Mannoun t ...



Last Modified:  10 Sep 2012 04:18  GMT

AMSTERDAM/NEW YORK - Uniting their efforts behind a far-right Dutch lawmaker, who is notorious for his rhetoric against Muslims, anti-Islam groups in the United States have funded Geert Wilders, who is seeking re-election in ...



Last Modified:  10 Sep 2012 12:18  GMT

CAIRO - A proposal conditioning government certifications for Muslim scholars (Ulema) in Indonesia as part of efforts to curb radical ideas is inviting strong opposition from the country's largest Muslim organization, The ...



Last Modified:  10 Sep 2012 01:02  GMT

Banjul: The Supreme Islamic Council of Gambia, after a long silence, has nodded to the executions of prisoners by the incumbent government of President Yahya Jammeh in the country. By Farhan Iqbal



Last Modified:  09 Sep 2012 08:19  GMT

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. ...



Last Modified:  09 Sep 2012 08:18  GMT

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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