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Palestine in Day of Rage

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CAIRO – Thousands of Israeli forces were deployed around Al-Quds (occupied Jerusalem) on Friday, July 25, as Palestinian leaders called for a “day of rage” after the biggest protests in years shook the West Bank in protest against the killing of more than 800 Palestinians in Gaza. “The intifada does not start by a decision and end by......





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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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CAIRO - UK Muslims have rejected calls to ban animals' halal slaughter after a leading British vet called for curbing or even banning the practice popular among the country's Muslim and Jewish minorities.“We believe this i ...



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PARIS - French voters are going to polling stations on Sunday, May 6, in the second round of presidential elections. Campaigning for the April-May election, in which incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy seeks to be re-elected, was marre ...



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IBADAN - Nigeria's Muslim footballer Rashidi Yekini passed away quietly on Friday, May 4, at the age of 48 in a private hospital in Ibadan in the West Nigerian state of Oyo, leaving behind a legendary history in the African f ...



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CAIRO - Boris Johnson has been re-elected as London mayor, defeating popular Ken Livingstone in a close competition following a bitter campaign battle that was filled by smear campaigns targeting Labour's candidate. This i ...



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CAIRO - A Kansas City Muslim woman has been awarded $5 million in punitive damages by a jury who found the telecommunications giant AT&T created a hostile work environment after her conversion to Islam in 2005.“I hav ...



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26 April 2012 The New Statesman revealed today, in an interview by Jemima Khan, that the new MP for Bradford West, Geo ...



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11 April 2012 An organization in Germany has launched an unprecedented nationwide campaign to distribute 25 million copies of t ...



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26 April 2012 Philadelphia-area Muslims are offering a $20,000 reward to find criminals cloaking their identities beneath Islam ...



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26 April 2012 A course taught at a select military college in Norfolk, Virginia has been suspended after complaints it included ...



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27 March 2012 In order to further ensure peaceful co-existence among the two major religions in the country, Muslim women under ...



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CAIRO - Reaching a common message of mercy, respect and caring for the weak, Muslim and Christian leaders from across the Middle East and Denmark wrapped up a three-day conference in Beirut aimed at enhancing understanding be ...



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CAIRO - Egyptian armed forces and protesters clashed in Cairo on Friday, May 4, as troops fired water cannons and tear gas at demonstrators who threw stones as they tried to march on the Defense Ministry, sparking a new cycle ...



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KANO - Helping children and orphans, Nigeria's police is leading a matchmaking program aimed at offering widows and divorcees with suitable men to reduce the country's social problems by providing a stable home for children. ...



Last Modified:  04 May 2012 12:18  GMT

KANO - Helping children and orphans, Nigeria's police is leading a matchmaking program aimed at offering widows and divorcees with suitable men to reduce the country's social problems by providing a stable home for children. ...



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DOHA - Marriages between family members are sparking a heated debate in the Arab Gulf region, with some believe that the practice helps securing relationships, while others see it contradicting with modern lifestyles. We'r ...



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CAIRO - Translated copies of the Bible intended to the Muslim world have sparked Christian outcry over claims that the copies miss the essential pillars of Christianity, the Mercury News reported Thursday, April 26. ...



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SANAA - Feeling excluded and robbed of their most basic and inherent rights, a Yemeni activist has launched a campaign to promote a fairer treatment of women in Yemen as enshrined in the Noble Qur'an and Islamic teachings. ...



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WASHINGTON - Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was frustrated with regional affiliates of his movement and complained of their incompetence, newly released documents revealed Thursday, May 3. On the basis of the 17 declassif ...




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