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Saudi Expatriates Choose Islam in Ramadan

Last Modified:  25 Jul 2014 03:53  GMT


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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Last Modified:  07 May 2012 04:18  GMT

CAIRO - The rise of Socialist candidate Francois Hollande to the helm of power in France casts a shadow over the austerity trend across Europe, marking a new shift in monetary policies on the rich continent.“Austerity need ...



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AMMAN - Seeing the Olympic games as an opportunity for Muslim athletes to shine and prove themselves, FIFA vice president for Asia Prince Ali of Jordan called for allowing Islamic headscarf in the coming London Olympics to ga ...



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NEW DELHI - A new controversy is heating in India over a fatwa by the country's most influential Muslim religious seminary against polygamy, a practice allowed in Islam, Bikya Masr website reported on Monday, May 7.“Islam ...



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14 March 2012 A bitter dispute between siblings came before the ACT Supreme Court in Canberra last week, when a daughter of a d ...



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06 May 2012 Hussein al-Kharsan, a 25-year-old Iraqi, aims to writie the longest copy of the Qur'an in the world. Kharsan says t ...



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28 March 2012 Islamic bonds (sukuk) have staged a massive comeback since 2011, after several gloomy years in which even Muslim ...



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11 March 2012 The World Day of Muslim Culture, Peace, Dialogue and Film was observed on 11 March in various countries around th ...



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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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02 February 2012 The Muslim community in nepal has demanded that they be recognised as a separate minority group â€& ...



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



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PARIS - Socialist candidate Francois Hollande won France's presidential election on Sunday, May 7, defeating right-wing incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy. Many people have been waiting for this moment for many long years. Others, ...



Last Modified:  06 May 2012 04:18  GMT

DAMASCUS - Crushed by former president Hafez Al-Assad after challenging his rule 30 years ago, Syria's Muslim Brotherhood is rising from ashes to become the dominant force of the revolution against his son Bashar. We are w ...



Last Modified:  06 May 2012 04:18  GMT

NAJAF - Seeking to set a Guinness World Record for Islam's holy book, an Iraqi calligrapher is trying to make history by writing the world's longest copy of the Noble Qur'an a scroll between 5,500 and 6,000 meters long. It ...



Last Modified:  06 May 2012 04:18  GMT

CAIRO - Muslim scholars in Malaysia on Sunday, May 6, issued a fatwa banning mass protests in the Asian country, a move criticized by the opposition as an attempt to muzzle citizens, The Malaysian Insider reported.



Last Modified:  06 May 2012 12:19  GMT

PARIS - French voters went to polling stations on Sunday, May 6, to give their final verdict in the hard-fought presidential battle between right-wing incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy and his Socialist challenger Francois Hollande. ...



Last Modified:  06 May 2012 12:18  GMT

DHAKA - US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton denied Sunday, May 6, that her country was targeting Muslims and their faith, describing the American wars in Afghanistan and Iraq as “self-defense”. That hurts me so much, Cl ...



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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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13 March 2012 The Arab World Institute (Institut du Monde Arabe) in Paris, which has just turned 25, has completely re ...



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CAIRO - Amid hostile sentiments against Muslim minorities in several Western countries, the world's largest Muslim group has called for concerted effort to stop growing campaigns against Muslims and their faith around the glo ...




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