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Family Issues Dominate Le Bourget

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CAIRO – Inaugurating France's largest Islamic conference, leaders of the French Muslim community have put marriage and family issues at the center of the gathering’s discussions, citing a rising controversy surrounding gay marriage and gender equality education in the European country. The themes always stick to the news. Marriage for a......





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08 April 2012 The world's first air travel prayer time calculator has been launched to help Muslims know their prayer times alo ...



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07 April 2012 After a New Jersey mosque used its NYPD surveillance controversy to recruit new members through a newspaper ad, I ...



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16 March 2012 A spouse in an Islamic marriage is entitled to a share of the partner's pension fund after an Islamic divorce, th ...



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PARIS - With campaigns targeting their faith ahead of this month's election, French Muslims are growing disappointed with their government policies, feeling that they are being treated as second-class citizens. They broke ...



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CAIRO - Making inroads into America's financial hub of Wall Street, Muslims are caught in practices that run counter with their religious teachings.“Wall Street is basically blind to religion,” Rushdi Siddiqui, global head ...



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CAIRO - A new controversy is brewing in Britain after a Muslim cab driver declined to give a ride for a family carrying a bottle of wine, The Daily Mail reported on Sunday, April 15. We all got inside the car and ...



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CAIRO - Making inroads into America's financial hub of Wall Street, Muslims are caught in practices that run counter with their religious teachings.“Wall Street is basically blind to religion,” Rushdi Siddiqui, global head ...



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CAIRO - As the trial of an anti-Islam mass killer in Norway is set to start this week, a new study reveals that far-right groups are forging alliances throughout Europe and the United States to spread their hostile message ag ...



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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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05 February 2012 Canberra's Muslims have decided to continue pursuing the construction of an Islamic Museum, in spite of their ...



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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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13 February 2012 The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is to hold a media workshop in Brussels on Feb 15 to 16 pertaini ...



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22 March 2012 French president Nicolas Sarkozy proposed a sweeping new law Thursday that would jail those who visit extremist w ...



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22 March 2012 The Italian Islamic community has taken a step forward in organizing its presence on a national level. This move ...



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15 January 2012 South African Muslims proested agains a softdrink ad that was disprespectful of Jesus and communicated to Chris ...



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CAIRO - Egypt's election commission has disqualified ten candidates from running for the country's presidential election, including top Islamist candidates and the former spy chief of deposed president Hosni Mubarak. This ...



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DAMASCUS - Syria said that the year-long revolt to topple President Bashar Al-Assad's regime, that left thousands of people dead, is now over. The battle to topple the state is over, Syrian Foreign Ministry spokesman Jiha ...



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SANAA - Yemenis are marrying off their daughters at a very early age, a practice seen by Muslim imams as rooted in tribal traditions, rather than in Islamic teachings. Much of child marriages are rooted in tribal tradition ...



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THE HAGUE - Survivors of the Srebrenica massacre have protested the Dutch Supreme Court's decision not to prosecute the United Nations for failing to prevent genocide against 8000 Bosnian Muslims near the end of Bosnia's war ...




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