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India's Kolkata Gears Up for `Eid

Last Modified:  28 Jul 2014 03:47  GMT


KOLKATA – `Eid is coming, every corner in Kolkata told the same fact with shops being over crowded with last minute shoppers for clothes and jewelry, food stalls preparing for special `Eid sweets and enthusiastic Muslims awaiting the moon sighting to detect the newborn moon. “Every year for 3 or 4 last Ramadan days, I move to an `Eid baz......





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Last Modified:  19 Apr 2012 08:18  GMT

BERLIN - A German politician infuriated the Muslim minority on Thursday, April 19, by saying that Islam does not belong to the European country. Islam is not part of our tradition and identity in Germany and so does not be ...



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KABUL - Photos of US soldiers abusing corpses have invited a storm of anger in Afghanistan, raising questions about the morality and ethics of foreign troops in the Asian Muslim country.“The US soldiers who posed for pictu ...



Last Modified:  19 Apr 2012 12:19  GMT

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. ...



Last Modified:  19 Apr 2012 12:19  GMT

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM - A visit by Egypt's Mufti Ali Gomaa to Al-Quds (occupied East Jerusalem) has sparked fury in the Middle East, amid calls for the top religious scholar to resign. What happened isn't strange among figure ...



Last Modified:  19 Apr 2012 12:18  GMT

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan's top court has ruled that three Hindu girls who have reverted to Islam can remain with their husbands, putting an end to a controversial case that strained relations between Muslims and Hindus in the Sou ...



Last Modified:  19 Apr 2012 04:18  GMT

CAIRO - In an effort to clear misconceptions about Islam, prominent Muslim scholars, senior government officials and dignitaries from around the world will gather in Dubai next week to spread the true peaceful teachings of th ...



Last Modified:  18 Apr 2012 08:18  GMT

PRETORIA - Turkey is mediating between Somalia's government and the militant Al-Shabaab group to help bring an end to the years-long conflict in the Horn of Africa nation. Through the years, Turkey, the only Muslim member ...



Last Modified:  18 Apr 2012 04:18  GMT

CAIRO - Following a decision to disqualify its candidate from Egypt's presidential election, the Muslim Brotherhood has thrown its weight behind its backup contender Mohamed Mursi for the country's top post. The group and ...



Last Modified:  18 Apr 2012 12:18  GMT

CAIRO - Sweden has been gripped by a new race controversy after a minister was pictured cutting up a cake depicting as a black woman at a party meant to highlight the cause of female genital mutilation. In our view, this s ...



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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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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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17 April 2012 The Associated Press (AP) won a Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting Monday for documenting the New York Po ...



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01 April 2012 A delegation of Muslim and Jewish leaders representing five Latin American countries and two Caribbean islands en ...



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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 ...



Last Modified:  17 Apr 2012 04:22  GMT

CAIRO - An initial approval by the world football's lawmakers to lift a ban on the wearing of the Muslim headscarf (hijab) on pitch is drawing praise from the United Nations, the World Football Insider reported. I ...



Last Modified:  17 Apr 2012 04:22  GMT

OSLO - A far-right extremist, who killed dozens of people in Norway last year, said Tuesday, April 17, that the massacre was meant to save the Scandinavian country from the spread of Islam. I have carried out the most soph ...



Last Modified:  17 Apr 2012 04:18  GMT

CAIRO - In a new blow to Egypt's rocky transition after the downfall of president Hosni Mubarak, a Cairo court suspended Tuesday, April 10, the formation of a panel tasked with writing the country's new constitution. This ...



Last Modified:  17 Apr 2012 12:18  GMT

BRUSSELS - As far-rights group are allying together to spread their anti-Islam message, activists opine that the Europeans are turning a blind eye to the rising threat of far-rightists, who see themselves on a ‘counter-Jihad' ...



Last Modified:  17 Apr 2012 12:18  GMT

ISLAMABAD - Holding a portrait of their young son, Hakeemullah Jan is still hopeful for a miracle to bring back his son, who was buried beneath a massive avalanche in Siachen glacier, the world's highest battlefield between a ...




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