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Somber `Eid for Waziristan Displaced

Last Modified:  26 Jul 2014 03:47  GMT


KARACHI – This year, Hayatullah Khan, 72, a resident of Boya town of North Waziristan is going to celebrate his first ever `Eid away from his home as there is no immediate chance of his return to his hometown that has ......





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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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17 April 2012 The United Nations expressed alarm on Monday after reports saying that rebels had pillaged and looted the Ahmad B ...



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10 April 2012 To address some of the pressing issues in the country, a coalition of Muslims organizations in Nigeria is organiz ...



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CAIRO - A judge verdict sentencing former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak to life in prison and acquitting his sons and senior police officials from charges of corruption and killing protesters has triggered mass protests ac ...



Last Modified:  09 Jun 2012 04:18  GMT

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 ...



Last Modified:  09 Jun 2012 04:18  GMT

NAYPYIDAW - As renewed riots hit western Myanmar, the Burmese army was deployed on Saturday, June 9, to Rakhine State following fresh sectarian violence between Muslims and Buddhists. The situation is now very critical and ...



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TORONTO - Sharing their community's responsibilities, a Toronto Muslim charity planned on Saturday, June 9, a fundraising event to supply urgent medica ...



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CAIRO - In a major leap for the Muslim minority in the United States, a Muslim attorney was appointed to a California Superior Court judgeship, to be the first Muslim American on a California bench.“I hope that my appointm ...



Last Modified:  09 Jun 2012 08:02  GMT

Naypyidaw: Nine Muslims were killed earlier this week in the western state of Myanmar, Rakhine, as the Buddhist vigilantes attacked a passenger bus and targeted only Muslim passengers. By Farhan Iqbal



Last Modified:  08 Jun 2012 08:18  GMT

DUBAI — While the global economic crisis has cut charity around the world, an annual zakat, alms, amount between US$200 billion and $1 trillion are spent to the poor across the Muslim world, the amount experts say is mismanag ...



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CAIRO - As UK puts final touches on London Olympics, a British government charity department has launched an investigation into allegations that one of London's major mosques has been taken over by extremist groups.“I am u ...



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WASHINGTON - The number of US army soldiers committing suicides has sharply increased this year to score a number that far exceeds US combat deaths for the same period. We are deeply concerned about suicide in the military ...



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CAIRO - A US Muslim citizen from San Diego has returned home Thursday evening after being put on the US government no-fly list, accusing the FBI of employing the list as a tactic to intimidate Muslim Americans to become infor ...



Last Modified:  08 Jun 2012 12:18  GMT

NAYPYIDAW - Myanmar's government has appointed a minister and senior police chief to head an investigation into the killing of 10 Muslims by a Buddhist mob that resulted in a flare-up of sectarian violence in the country's We ...



Last Modified:  07 Jun 2012 06:24  GMT

Washington: The United States of America is likely to extend assistance to the Nigerian army for curtailing the threats of a local Islamist group, Boko Haram, which is involved in terror activities in the West African country. By Farhan Iqbal



Last Modified:  07 Jun 2012 04:18  GMT

DAMASCUS - Dozens of Syrian civilians, including children and women, have reportedly been slaughtered by security forces and militiamen loyal to President Bashar Al-Assad, in the latest bout of bloodshed in the pivotal Arab c ...



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SANAA - As the political and security turmoil is aggravating the economic woes of millions of people in the poor Arab country, economists believe that Islamic banking is the ideal solution to pull Yemen back from its crisis a ...



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CAIRO - Islamic investment industry has the potential to widen its customer base by adopting a socially responsible model, experts believe. Takaful is one of the most important trends emerging in the Islamic investment ind ...



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CAIRO - A court ruling that allowed Muslim girls to marry at the age of 15 is sparking a heated debate across India, with some Muslims view the verdict as running against Islamic teachings. We welcome the verdict, says Ka ...




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