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Forcibly Fed Fasting Indian Sparks Fury

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CAIRO – Muslim leaders and opposition parties have reacted angrily to the incident of force-feeding an Indian Muslim man, who was observing Ramadan fasting, by an Indian lawmaker representing Ultra-nationalist Shiv Sena Party,  and they have called for an investigation. The incident turns much controversial and inhuman as the victim ......





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Last Modified:  19 Jun 2012 04:18  GMT

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



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WUHAN, China - Plans to force Badminton women players to wear skirts have been shelved by the game's world body following a fierce opposition that threatened to overshadow the Olympics. We have shelved the ban (on women we ...



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CAIRO - A group of British schools have decided to ban pork from meals served to students, citing “cultural” and “religious” reasons to drop traditional sausages and ham from children's lunches.Haringey, north London has i ...



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CAIRO - The 2012 Arab International Festival was concluded on Sunday, June 17, after drawing thousands of visitors to the Detroit suburb of Dearborn who were wishing to experience all the excitement and rich cultural diversit ...



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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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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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CAIRO - The Muslim Brotherhood has declared that its candidate Mohamed Morsi has won Egypt's first free presidential elections to replace deposed president Hosni Mubarak.Mursi, the leader of the Brotherhood's Freedom and J ...



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CAIRO - The Muslim Brotherhood declared Monday, July 18, that its candidate Mohamed Morsi defeated his rival former prime minister Ahmed Shafiq in a runoff election to become Egypt's new president. Mohamed Morsi is the fir ...



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LONDON - French football icon Eric Cantona has joined a storm of international outcry over the detention of Palestinian footballers in Israeli jails, calling for ending Israel's impunity over its human rights violations. I ...



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WASHINGTON - Failures of the no-fly List program in the United States have revealed a new level of incompetence, where known criminals are allowed to fly while innocent people are grounded.In  2003, when the FBI's Ter ...



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ABUJA - A wave of attacks on churches in Nigeria's northern Kaduna state on Sunday, July 17, prompted angry Christian youth to drag Muslims out of their cars and kill them in retaliation. There were bodies everywhere on th ...



Last Modified:  17 Jun 2012 12:18  GMT

CAIRO - Egyptian voters cast their ballot in a second day of voting on Sunday, July 17, to elect a new president between a former general from the old regime or an Islamist from the long-suppressed Muslim Brotherhood. We h ...



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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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