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International Flights Ban Irks Israel

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TEL AVIV – In a blow to Israel's economy, US and European air carriers halted flights to Israel citing concern over a Hamas rocket from Gaza that hit an area near Ben Gurion airport as US Secretary of State John Kerry pushed for a Middle East truce in his visit to Israel on Wednesday, July 23. The US Federal Aviation Administration prohibi......





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Last Modified:  29 Jan 2012 01:33  GMT

CAIRO - Reaching out to the wider Australian community, South Australia mosques in Adelaide have opened their doors for the first time to the public, o ...



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CAIRO - With Islamists seeking to repeat their success, Egyptians went to polling stations on Sunday, January 29, to elect the upper house of parliament. I came to vote today because it is my right and I will be held accou ...



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ABUJA - The radical Islamist group has dominated headlines in recent weeks following a series of attacks that targeted Muslims and Christians in oil-rich Nigeria.But the ferocity of the attacks has sparked doubts about whe ...



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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 ...



Last Modified:  28 Jan 2012 01:42  GMT

KABUL - An Afghan calligrapher has created the world's biggest Qur'an in an effort to show the rich cultural heritage of his war-torn country. The cultural center is proud that it provided this opportunity for an Afghan ar ...



Last Modified:  28 Jan 2012 01:33  GMT

AMSTERDAM - The Dutch government plans to ban Muslim face veil in public are drawing negative reactions and condemnations from Muslim groups and other ...



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CAIRO - French police single out young black and Arab men for unwarranted and abusive random street checks as part of a new policy to combat crime, Hum ...



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LONDON - Eighteen British Muslim dignitaries have been awarded in the Queens New Year Honors for their valuable contributions in British society in hea ...



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NORDERSTEDT, Germany - A German Muslim has introduced the country's first Muslim taxi service through which Germans can arrange shared car rides of the ...



Last Modified:  28 Jan 2012 01:33  GMT

CAIRO - The heated uproar on a planned visit by controversial author Salman Rushdie to India has divided the country's Muslim leaders, The Times of India reported Wednesday, January 25.“It's against the Islamic sp ...



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BEIJING - Rights groups have condemned China life sentences against two Uighur Muslims for unknown crimes after being deported from Cambodia where they ...



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ISLAMABAD - Facing the risk of a possible trial under treason charges, Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf is seeking the help of heavyweight Muslim countries to pressure the country's rulers to guarantee his sa ...



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CALGARY - The Canadian Jewish Federation hosted on Friday, January 27, a photographic exhibition that sheds the light on heroism of Muslims who risked ...



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DAKAR - A court decision allowing aging Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade to run for a highly disputed third term in office next month has sparked hu ...



Last Modified:  27 Jan 2012 06:12  GMT

Shaken by mounting international pressure for not pursuing an already signed gas pipeline project with Iran, energy-starved Pakistan is seeking an alternative energy project involving its archrival India, war-stricken Afghanistan, and the central Asian gas-rich state of Turkmenistan.



Last Modified:  27 Jan 2012 01:37  GMT

MOGADISHU - Driven from their homes by a killer combination of conflict, drought and hunger, rape is adding to the endless suffering of Somali refugees. Three armed men in government uniform came into the camp,” Kadija Moh ...



Last Modified:  27 Jan 2012 01:37  GMT

ABUJA - Nigeria's highest Muslim body has declared Friday, January 27, a national day of prayers in Africa's most populous nation to denounce attacks by the radical group Boko Haram.“The scourge of violence as perpetrated ...



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The Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) ...




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