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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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NAIROBI - Muslim organizations in Kenya have thrown their weight behind a proposed bill to fight terrorism in the eastern African country, stressing that terrorist acts run counter against the Islamic teachings.“We fully s ...



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CAIRO - Egypt's first democratically-elected president Mohamed Morsi has vowed to be a president for all Egyptians and honor the country's international treaties as he inherited an office whose powers were curtailed by the ru ...



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29 May 2012 A substantial collection of books that belonged to an Arab scholar who was a highly influential figure within Briti ...



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03 April 2012 Google has just announced a massive expansion of its Art Project, adding collections from a number of museums aro ...



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17 April 2012 The United Nations expressed alarm on Monday after reports saying that rebels had pillaged and looted the Ahmad B ...



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10 April 2012 To address some of the pressing issues in the country, a coalition of Muslims organizations in Nigeria is organiz ...



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CAIRO - Challenging tougher immigration rules, Muslim newcomers to Netherlands are thriving in the European country, managing to integrate and lead a successful professional and educational life.“If you go to the Universit ...



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CAIRO - A fierce debate is raging in Malaysia over holding the country's general elections during hajj season, with the main Islamic party warning the move would deprive thousands of Muslim pilgrims from casting their ballot. ...



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TORONTO - Two blind Canadian Muslim sisters have been recognized with Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medals for their efforts in advocating for disabled people.“It was indeed an honor to be in the company of renowned m ...



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CAIRO - Muslim Brotherhood's candidate Mohamed Mursi was declared Egypt's new president on Sunday, July 17, replacing deposed leader Hosni Mubarak. The winner of the election for Egyptian president on June 16-17 is Mohamed ...



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CAIRO - A British Muslim mother has been denied attendance at parents evening twice for wearing a face-veil (niqab), an incident that adds to restrictions on religious freedoms of Muslims.“My son has been at the college fo ...



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CAIRO - After a long week's wait, Egyptians will find out their first free elected president on Sunday as Tahrir square protesters spar with the ruling generals over what it sees as a military power grab. Faruk Sultan, the ...



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CAIRO - After a long week's wait, Egyptians will find out their first free elected president on Sunday as Tahrir square protesters spar with the ruling generals over what it sees as a military power grab. Faruk Sultan, the ...



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ISLAMABAD - In a bid to end a new political crisis, Pakistani parliament elected on Friday, June 22, Raja Pervez Ashraf as the new prime minister after the incumbent was disqualified by the Supreme Court.“Raja Pervez Ashra ...



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DOHA - Participating for the first time in the Olympic Games, Qatari teenage sprinter Noor al-Malki would be challenging experienced athletes and long fasting hours of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.“Everything is okay i ...



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CAIRO - In a historic move, a North Dakota Protestant church decides to sell its building to a local Muslim group to establish their Islamic center, agreeing together to host the Christian worshippers on Sundays and alternate ...



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DUBAI — While the global economic crisis has cut charity around the world, an annual zakat, alms, amount between US$200 billion and $1 trillion are spent to the poor across the Muslim world, the amount experts say is mismanag ...



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OSLO - Following a painful trial for Oslo's far-right mass murderer, the summer for grieving Norwegians will not be the same as they await the judges to deliver their verdict against extremist Anders Behring Breivik. Our g ...



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CAIRO - Egypt's ruling military council toughened its tone against Tahrir protests on Friday, June 22, dismissing complaints from protesters that it was entrenching its rule and blaming the Muslim Brotherhood for announcing e ...



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COLOGNE, Germany - The introduction of new Muslim imams trained in Germany has promoted co-operation between the West European state and Muslims, playing a central role in the debate about Muslim culture, religion and identit ...




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