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LAGOS – Nigerian Muslim scholars have rejected suggestions that early marriage has any negative effects on the couples involved, insisting instead that breakdown in communal values and failure to adhere to divine rules account for much of the problems. “There's no problem with early marriage. As far as Islam is concerned, it does not sup......





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18 February 2012 Chinese authorities in the troubled northwestern region of Xinjiang have launched an ideological campaign amid ...



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13 March 2012 Britain's National Theatre is showing Can We Talk About This? , a verbatim dance work from the physical theatre ...



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05 June 2012 The Second International Summit on the Future of Health Privacy, scheduled for 6-7 June 2012 at the Georgetown Uni ...



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KUALA LUMPUR - Escaping humiliation and killing in their home country, Myanmar Rohingya Muslims are feeling to Malaysia where they hope to get refugee rights to end their plight as one of the world's most enduring refugee cri ...



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KAMPALA - Accusing foreign countries of using money to promote gay rights in the African country, Uganda banned several non-governmental organizations on Wednesday, July 20, for promoting homosexuality. I have got a record ...



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OCCUPIED JERUSALEM - Amid divisions among Muslim scholars about allowing visits to Al-Aqsa Mosque while under Israeli occupation, Palestinian officials have launched a plan to lure more Muslim visitors to Islam's third holies ...



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MARSEILLE - An appeals court has granted permission for the construction of a grand mosque in France's second-largest city of Marseille to meet the religious needs of the sizable minority.“The case was in the hands of the ...



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CAIRO - Conflicting reports about the health conditions of deposed president Hosni Mubarak have created a fresh sense of uncertainty in Egypt, as the country is awaiting the results of this week's presidential vote. Contra ...



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10 June 2012 After a year of research and preparation, the giant screen film IMAX JERUSALEM 3D advanced into production with an ...



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13 March 2012 The Arab World Institute (Institut du Monde Arabe) in Paris, which has just turned 25, has completely re ...



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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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22 May 2012 Workers in Algiers started laying foundations Sunday for what should become the world's tallest mosque, as well as ...



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CAIRO - A popular book on Christian sexual ethics that gives a theological rationale for homosexuality and gay marriage has put the Vatican and American nuns on the course of collision.The book was “not consistent with aut ...



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NEW YORK - A United Nations report has accused Syrian troops of torturing children and using them as human shields on tanks to prevent attacks by opposition forces, as bloodshed continues unabated across the country.“We ar ...



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BEIJING - China has launched a new campaign to search houses of Uighur Muslims in the north-western Xinjiang province, a move as a new sign of religious and cultural repression of the sizable minority. According to arrange ...



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CAIRO - While bringing joy into the besieged Gaza Strip, the election of Muslim Brotherhood's candidate Mohamed Mursi as Egypt's new president has sparked deep worries in Israel.“We are waking up to the dawn of a different ...



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CAIRO - In a new attack on Muslim worship places in the occupied West Bank, Israeli setters vandalized a mosque and set it on fire on Tuesday, June 19. At one o'clock we heard screaming from the people of the village and r ...



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ISLAMABAD - Plunging the South Asian Muslim country into a new political crisis, Pakistan's top court on Tuesday, July 19, declared Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani ineligible for office, a move seen as part of the ongoing co ...



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CAIRO - Suspected extremist Israeli settlers vandalized and set on fire early on Tuesday, June 19, a West Bank mosque and sprayed graffiti on its walls in a clear ‘price tag' attack. At one o'clock we heard screaming from ...



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MOSCOW - A court ruling banning several religious and historic books is inviting a storm of fury from Russian Muslims, who see the verdict as “unjustified”.“We consider the prohibition of religious literature as an attempt ...




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