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Saudi Expatriates Choose Islam in Ramadan

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CAIRO – Choosing blessed Ramadan nights, scores of expatriates have reverted to Islam in Saudi Arabia over the holy month, reciting the shahada, Islamic declaration of faith, at their local mosques to join the world’s fastest growing faith. “I don’t want to burn in Hell in the Hereafter. My heart was always searching for the truth an......





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28 May 2012 Plans have been enacted to encourage mosques in London to join the quest to save dwindling bee populations after tw ...



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28 April 2012 Islamic associations and mosques in Belgium have ended a dispute over prayer timings in the country and have an a ...



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26 February 2012 The Islamic Fashion Festival (IFF), a Southest Asian fashion event established in Malaysia in 2006, was hosted ...



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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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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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OCCUPIED JERUSALEM - Despite being at odds on so many issues, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas almost see eye to eye on favoring former premier Ahmed Shafiq to become Egypt's n ...



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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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CHITTAGONG - Fleeing deadly attacks by Buddhists on their homes, Myanmar's Muslims escaping the violence by boats are being turned away by neighboring Bangladesh.“The United Nation High Commissioner for Refugees is advocat ...



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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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TORONTO - A Muslim charity, a leading Canadian service organization and local schools and parents have banded together to conduct an innovative pilot project to mitigate the high drop-out among Somali students in a Toronto ne ...



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CAIRO - Breaking stereotyping and cultural barriers, a Welsh Muslim young woman has been honored as the Sportswoman of the Year after achieving new records in golf in Wales, Great Britain and Europe.“I got into sport at a ...



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CAIRO - A mosque in the Indian city of Hyderabad has turned to using the English language for sermons in an effort to draw worshippers and spread the true message of Islam. I am more conditioned to listening to English and ...



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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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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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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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NAYPYIDAW - The recent cycle of violence that engulfed western Myanmar reflects decades of systematic persecution of the Muslim minority, which is seen by many Buddhist residents are “invaders” of their country, analysts beli ...



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MOGADISHU - Training in a bullet-riddled stadium and at the risk of being killed, Somali athletes are vying to join the London Olympics with a dream of creating a new image for their homeland after decades of violence and ana ...



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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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