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Prayers Fight Indonesia’s Adultery

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JAKARTA – Aiming to curb adultery in the world's most populous Muslim nation, an Indonesian province has enforced a law that obligates government employees to attend congregational prayers and religious sermons. “I have heard so many reports of married civil servants cheating. They have one girlfriend or boyfriend one day, and another th......





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12 January 2012 A former Michigan congressman and U.S. delegate to the United Nations has been sentenced to a year and one day in p ...



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19 January 2012 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the NBA Hall of Famer and Laker legend who continues to reign as the league's all-time leading ...



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19 December 2012 The “Interfaith Forum on Peace Building” was held yesterday at the National Mo ...



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02 November 2011 The University of Auckland will be adding a course in Islamic Studies to its Bachelor of Theology degree from 2012 ...



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18 January 2012 Nannies and childcare assistants working in private homes in france could soon be banned from wearing headscarves, ...



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It seems that it is the destiny of the Gulf ...



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21 December 2011 A new Islamic TV channel in the Spanish language starts broadcasting today December in Spain with a second Islamic ...



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AMMAN - Despite economic pains that ravaged the Arab world following popular protests that swept three autocratic leaders from power, hopes are running high for a major economic boom in the region following the unrest. The ...



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CAIRO - Online encyclopedia Wikipedia took its English-language content offline on Wednesday, January 18, in protest at a new anti-piracy legislation in the United States, a move rejected by major websites. Right now, the ...



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CARDIFF - Seeking to accommodate the religious needs of its Muslim community, Wales' largest city of Cardiff is mulling a proposal to change rules to allow a same-day burial, the BBC reported on Wednesday, January 18. Just ...



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CAIRO - Challenging stereotypes connected to women in Islam, a British university has developed a new course to cover topics related to Muslim women to ...



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CAIRO - US Republican aspirant Newt Gingrich has conditioned his support for any Muslim presidential candidate on rejection of Islamic Shari`ah, the Wall Street Journal reported. It would depend entirely on whethe ...



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CAIRO - A leading US Muslim group has denounced Republican aspirant Newt Gingrich over his suggestion that Muslims should renounce Shari`ah before seek ...



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12 January 2012 Muslims, Christians, and Jews came together to to build a three-bedroom, two-bath Habitat for Humanity home.



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14 December 2011 Muslim conversion is growing in among Australia's indigenous (aboriginal) communities. In the 2001 nation ...



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18 January 2012 Nannies and childcare assistants working in private homes in france could soon be banned from wearing headscarves, ...



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18 January 2012 In Uganda, students wishing to study Islamic theology after graduation have to pass a standardized examination. Thi ...



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17 January 2012 A new university course focusing on women, Islam and the media has become the first module in the UK to academicall ...



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17 January 2012 On Monday, a Turkish foreign ministry spokesman announced that a new NATO radar station, manned by Turkish and Amer ...




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