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Israel Attacks Gaza's UN Civilian Shelter

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GAZA – Israel attacked a UN school acting as a shelter in the northern Gaza strip at around half two on Thursday afternoon, July 24, killing at least 15 in the facility that shelter Palestinian women and children, Gaza health officials said. Such a massacre requires more than one hospital to deal with it, Ayman Hamdan, director of the Be......





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GAZA CITY - Decorating their food dishes with candles, Gazans prepare their Ramadan iftar meal after long hot fasting hours in darkness due to daily electricity outage. We cannot run fans because the power has been cut,” c ...



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BERLIN - The ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims was initiated in the 1970s with a long-time plan. Rohingyas were one of the recognized ethnic groups in Burma during the parliamentary government after the independence of the ...



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22 July 2012 The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is working toward its goal of an Educational Exchange Program that s ...



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21 July 2012 After an infamous two-year battle to open the Murfessaboro Mosque where Islam itself was effectively put on trial, ...



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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 - Muslims around the world, either in Muslim-majority countries or elsewhere, are anticipating any news about the start of the holy fasting month of Ramadan.While some countries have already announced the beginning o ...



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London: The Olympic Games 2012 have kicked off in the United Kingdom capital, London, in style and two Saudi women are participating in the Olympics first time ever but without the support and recognition from their government as it strictly follows the Islamic rules and is considered a highly conservative Islamic kingdom. By Farhan Iqbal



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JEDDAH - High sounds from mosque loudspeakers, which are used for Adhan (call for prayers), and Qur'an recitation during the holy fasting month of Ramadan, are sparking a heated debate in Saudi Arabia and other Muslim countri ...



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CAIRO - As tension remains high in Ethiopia over government interference in the religious affairs of the Muslim community, Ethiopian Muslims deny reports about an imminent conflict with the Christian majority.“Muslims in E ...



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CAIRO - Individual incidents of violence by some young Egyptians on grounds on promoting virtue have put Salafi Muslims under scrutiny and prompted calls for concerted efforts among scholars to preach the moderate teachings o ...



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SINGAPORE - Gearing up for an expected rise in Muslim holidaymakers over the next decade, tourist destinations are striving to offer Muslim-friendly services including halal spas and prayer rooms at airport terminals to accom ...



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08 April 2012 Muslims in Australia were reinforcing their faith at a Twins of Faith conference. The Melbourne conf ...



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14 March 2012 A bitter dispute between siblings came before the ACT Supreme Court in Canberra last week, when a daughter of a d ...



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12 February 2012 This week, Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd has invited Professor Ekmelledin Ihsanoglu, the Secretary General of th ...



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06 May 2012 Hussein al-Kharsan, a 25-year-old Iraqi, aims to writie the longest copy of the Qur'an in the world. Kharsan says t ...



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07 April 2012 Some of the world's most recognized and renowned authorites in Islamic Law and Islamic Legal Theory are meeting i ...



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28 February 2012 Deputy Ruler of Dubai and UAE Minister of Finance Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashed Al Maktoum has launched the world's ...



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08 February 2012 A joint declaration on Syria has been issued by 107 leading muslim scholars and intellectuals from nearly ever ...



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18 June 2012 The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), in a bid to enhance cooperation and integration with Islamic countr ...




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