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US Muslims Welcome Spy Unit Disbanding

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NEW YORK – A leading American Muslim advocacy group has welcomed the decision by New York Police Department to stop the undercover spying operation against the religious community, praising it as a first move in the right direction. “CAIR-NY welcomes the closing of the NYPD Zone Assessment Unit. This is an important first step,” the C......





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Last Modified:  11 Jun 2012 04:18  GMT

KABUL - Using Muslim scholars and the Noble Qur'an, Afghan security forces are carrying out a program to dissuade young men from carrying out suicide attacks in the Asian country.“You won't go to paradise,” an elderly scho ...



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CAIRO - Reflecting voter disdain at the top finalists for Egypt's new president, calls are growing for boycotting next week's runoff to elect a replacement to deposed president Hosni Mubarak. People once thought that the p ...



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LAGOS - Declaring the accident a national disaster, Nigeria began three days of mourning on Monday, June 4, after a plane crashed into a densely populated neighborhood in Lagos, killing all 153 passengers and unknown numbers ...



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Cairo: The Islamic political parties in Egypt have allowed the political groups, representing secular views, to share equal part in the constitutional writing for smooth governance in the country which has recently experienced a revolution for political change. By Farhan Iqbal



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KABUL - Trying to curb suicide attacks, Afghan security officials have planned a program to approach failed suicide bombers using scholars and Qur'an to convince the young men that the act of killing oneself is itself a crime ...



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EDMONTON - Dozens of Canadian Muslims in the western city of Edmonton have volunteered to prepare free meals for the city's poor residents to help break stereotypes about Islam.“It's a human obligation,” Ahmed Ali, one of ...



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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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11 June 2012 Australia has gone from the second most hated country among Indonesians to the second most loved, according to ann ...



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26 May 2012 New York City police did not violate New Jersey laws when they conducted surveillance of Muslim businesses, mosques ...



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12 May 2012 Fifteen U.S. Muslims, including four military veterans, are suing the federal government, alleging they were placed ...



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NAYPYIDAW - Amid hostile sentiments against the Muslim minority, Myanmar announced a state of emergency in a western state on Sunday, June 10, following deadly sectarian clashes between Muslims and Buddhists. If both sides ...



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SRINAGAR - Separated for years from their beloved ones, hundreds of Kashmiris marched on Sunday, June 10, to demand withdrawal of Indian and Pakistani troops from the disputed Himalayan region. Let me go,” Ashraf Jan, a Ka ...



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CAIRO - As eyes are glued to the planet's second most important football tournament, concerns about racism, violence and hooliganism are overshadowing Euro games. There is no question we are worried about this tournament m ...



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JOHANNESBURG - Non-Muslims in South Africa are turning to Islamic finance to guarantee investing their money in fields that are not negative for society, such as alcohol, tobacco and gambling. Many non-Muslims choose Islam ...



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CAIRO - Enraged by a court ruling that spared the life of deposed president Hosni Mubarak, Egyptians have taken to the streets to demand a new uprising in their country. This was not a fair verdict and there is mass reject ...



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CAIRO - The US Department of Justice has opened an investigation into rejection of Muslim requests to build mosques, amid concerns that prejudice rather than zoning issues might be the cause of the repeated mosque denials. ...



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CAIRO - Egypt's former president Hosni Mubarak has been sentenced to life in prison for complicity in the killing of hundreds of protestors during last year's uprising.The verdict, the first against an Arab leader since th ...



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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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02 March 2012 Turkish claims to art works held by the British Museum, the Victoria and Albert (V&A) Museum, and New York's ...




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