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Swiss Muslims Get First Academic Center

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GENEVA – Switzerland’s first Islamic research center has opened its doors to promote the moderate values of Islam in the European country and offer Swiss Muslim a rare Islamic education in Deutsche. The institute board of trustees groups scholars tasked with preparing the curricula on sound academic bases as adopted by accredited Islami......





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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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31 March 2012 Between 2,500 to 4000 ant-fascist counter-demonstrators from across Europe faced off with a few hundred people at ...



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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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LONDON — Criticizing the growing m0arginalization of religion in the society, Britain's most senior Roman Catholic leader is calling on Christians to wear the cross in a “proud” show of Christianity. I know that many of yo ...



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ISLAMABAD - Pakistan's northern tourist towns have been grappling with a fresh flare-up of deadly sectarian violence between Shiites and Sunnis, adding to the woes of the south Asian Muslim country.“The situation is still ...



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CAIRO - As election season looms in Malaysia, controversy is building on a decades-long novel about the Indian minority in the Muslim-majority country, threatening a possible change of the political landscape in the multi-rac ...



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ANN ARBOR - A Michigan Muslim school is planning to organize the world's first national spelling bee in an effort to help connect the sizable minority with the wider American society.The competition will help connect the ...



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CAIRO - Egypt's former intelligence chief Omar Suleiman under deposed president Hosni Mubarak applied Sunday, April 8, for the country's presidential election, a move denounced as a coup against the revolution. The youth w ...



Last Modified:  08 Apr 2012 01:16  GMT

Tunis: The religious scholars and activists have joined hands together to revive Islam in Tunis as the school at Tunisia's 8th-century Zaitouna Mosque has been reopened after almost a half-century as a part of the Islamic revival drive.



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CAIRO - Rejecting the fear-mongering campaigns played by controversial Qur'an-burning pastor Terry Jones, Americans gathered in the country's tenth largest city of Dearborn to denounce his bashing of Muslims and their religio ...



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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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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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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 ...



Last Modified:  07 Apr 2012 04:18  GMT

ISLAMABAD - An avalanche hit a Pakistani army camp in a remote Himalayan area on the border to India on Saturday, April 7, burying more than 130 soldiers as rescuers rushed to the inhospitable region to look for survivors. ...



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CAIRO - Standing up to controversy facing religious minorities, a group of women of different faiths from Tennessee's city of Murfreesboro have formed a local assembly from varying spiritual beliefs that meets monthly to fost ...



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NORWALK - With no enough places to fulfill their religious duties, Muslims in the southwestern city of Norwalk are disappointed over the recent controversy facing their new dream mosque. The community is starting to grow a ...



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Islamabad: Hafiz Saeed, the head of a religious group, Jamaatud Dawa (JuD), is helping the government to de-radicalize the militants in Pakistan so that not only the country but its strategic ally, USA, also gets benefitted. This was revealed by a top counter-terrorism official here on Friday.




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