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Society, not Age, Causes Nigeria Marital Failure

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LAGOS – Nigerian Muslim scholars have rejected suggestions that early marriage has any negative effects on the couples involved, insisting instead that breakdown in communal values and failure to adhere to divine rules account for much of the problems. “There's no problem with early marriage. As far as Islam is concerned, it does not sup......





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PARIS - As the race heats up among Elysee hopefuls, halal meat has become a political issue for France's presidential candidates for getting support for the country's top post. There is no controversy here,” French Preside ...



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WASHINGTON - The majority of Nigerian Muslims reject the anti-Western rhetoric of the militant group Boko Haram that has carried out deadly attacks in ...



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LONDON - Monitoring a rising Islamophobia rate in British society, a new line was launched to offer help for victims of hate crimes, in a trial to reco ...



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SANAA - Yemenis went to polling stations on Tuesday, February 21, to elect a new president, sealing the exit of Ali Abdullah Saleh after three decades in power, amid violence in the south. We are now declaring the end of t ...



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KABUL - The burning of copies of the Noble Qur'an inside NATO's Bagram airbase has sent thousands of angry Afghans into the streets, threatening a publ ...



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20 February 2012 French far-right leader Marine Le Pen switched her presidential campaign strategy back to Muslim-bashing on Sunday ...



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20 February 2012 A new national Muslim organization based in Sunnyside has been founded to represent mainstream Islam in North Am ...



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20 February 2012 The majority of Nigerian Mulsims do not back the views of Boko Haram, a militant group that has carried out deadly ...



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25 January 2012 Twenty-three Christian American university students arrived in South Africa at the beginning of January as part of ...



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23 January 2012 As Senegal approaches an election watched nervously abroad as the latest test of democracy in Africa, virtually all ...



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TEHRAN - Seeing it a chance to defend their country against any possible attack, thousands of Iranian women are training on the traditional Japanese ma ...



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CAIRO - Images of cold-blooded killings, indiscriminate shelling and cruelty in Syria are reminiscent of scenes of brutality of Europe's most dreadful genocide in Bosnia.But while Western powers intervened to stop the Bosn ...



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CAIRO - Eyeing a share of the $400-billion global halal food market, Brazilian meat producers are vying to ensure compliance with Islamic religious and ...



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DOHA - Veiled female athletes in the Middle East are overcoming different challenges to excel in various sports fields and shatter western stereotypes ...



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CAIRO - Struggling to curb domestic violence, Turkey has established a new special female police force in Istanbul to protect women against prevailing ...



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WASHINGTON - US Muslim groups have called for the protection of rights of Muslim students following revelations that New York Police spied on students ...



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12 February 2012 This week, Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd has invited Professor Ekmelledin Ihsanoglu, the Secretary General of the Or ...



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WASHINGTON - US Muslim civil rights groups have called Yale and Rutgers universities to take concrete steps to protect the constitutional rights of Mus ...



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LONDON -As the debate is heating up on the shape of Tunisia's nascent democracy, reformist Islamist Rachid Ghannouchi believes that the British version ...



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CAIRO - Israeli forces barred far-right Jews on Sunday, February 12, from entering Al-Aqsa mosque, Islam's third holiest shrine, in Al-Quds (Occupied E ...




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