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LA PAZ – As death toll exceeded thirteen hundred in besieged Gaza strip, Bolivia declared on Wednesday, July 31, Israel a “terrorist state”, abolishing a 42-year-old visa exemption agreement with the Zionist state. It “means, in other words, we are declaring (Israel) a terrorist state,” President Evo Morales was quoted by Agence Fr......





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19 August 2013 Australian Muslim community leaders have voiced concerns about pressures they are facing from spy agencies, putt ...



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31 July 2012 The National Association and Coalition of Christian Groups along with Individuals for Practical Equality and Prote ...



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01 October 2013 Bosnia's first census since its 1990s inter-ethnic war, which could dramatically alter the balance of power bet ...



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CAIRO – A leading American Muslim imam has delivered a special unprecedented sermon last Friday, after addressing more than 1000 people from different faiths at New England’s largest synagogue. “We have to be able to take each other as brothers and sisters,” imam Suhaib Webb, imam of the biggest mosque in New England and guest speake......



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CAIRO – Admiring the way Islam treats women; Julia Moukhallalati, a Sydney young woman, challenged her parent’s Orthodox Christian upbringing to revert to Islam. My parents pushed me to be Orthodox but they never had answers to my questions, Moukhallalati, 22, told Australia’s The Sunday Telegraph, on January 19. The young woman, ......



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CAIRO – Amid absence of no-voters, over 98% of participants in the first Egyptian vote of the post-Morsi era voted in favor of approving a new constitution, raising concerns about the fairness of the referendum results announced by the military-led government. “Egypt's turbulent experiment in participatory democracy the last three years ......



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BANGUI – Running for their lives from war-torn Central African Republic, 22 unarmed Muslims, including three children, were killed in a grenades attack, highlighting United Nations warnings of a brewing genocide. “It is a sign of the still fraught and highly dangerous situation in the Central African Republic that children and their fami......



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19 January 2013 When Bosnia's National Library went up in flames in 1992 in a bombardment during the Bosnian Serb siege of Sara ...



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MALE – Maldives President Abdulla Yameen has vetoed the sexual offences bill limiting  husband’s right to have non-consensual sex with his wife as contradicting with Islamic Shari`ah, returning it to the parliament for reconsideration. “The bill containing some provisions that are contrary to Islamic Shari`ah and Islamic principle......



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CAIRO – A British cashier at a Birmingham store has insulted a Muslim customer, swearing at his face and wishing him death over confusion on carrier bags price. “He was confused that there were no carrier bags, and when he asked her for help she didn’t seem to have much time for him,” a witness, who wished to remain anonymous, told t......



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MUMBAI – At least 18 people died early Saturday, January 18, and more than 50 injured in a stampede as tens of thousands of members of a Muslim sect gathered to mourn the death of their spiritual leader in Mumbai. I feel very sorry about the tragic incident and express my condolence over death of 18 persons, Union Home minister Sushil Ku......



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CAIRO – Denouncing attacks against Christian churches, Sri Lanka Muslims have expressed concerns over escalating Buddhist threats in Sri Lanka, urging the President to protect religious minorities from monks attacks. “We kindly urge your Excellency to order the law enforcement agencies to rein-in these mobs that infringe on the peoples f......



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LAGOS – Nigeria's faith communities are throwing their weight behind President Goodluck Jonathan’s assent to a parliamentary law banning same sex marriage in the West African country, dismissing opposition to the law as against the consensus of most Nigerians that same sex marriage is evil. By signing the bill into law, the president ha......



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SRINAGAR – As two decades of turmoil continues to spoil Kashmiri Muslims lives, mushrooming corruption is destroying hopes of a better future for thousands of people living in the disputed district. “I belong to a poor family and my parents could hardly manage my schooling and I did my PG in Education but could not get Job. Had I not bee......



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CAIRO – Human rights activists have accused the Burmese police of forces of killing at least 16 Rohingya Muslims and kidnapping 100 more in a village located in an isolated corner of Burma to cover-up a recent discovery of a mass grave. “The villagers were shocked because a worker had found the bodies of eight Rohingyas in a dump,” Tun......



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CAIRO – Chinese police have detained a prominent Beijing-based Uighur economist and university profession, known as an outspoken critic of Beijing's harsh policies against Uighur Muslims in far western China district of Xinjiang. Ilham [Tohti] is suspected of breaking the law,” foreign ministry spokesman Hong Lei told reporters, The Gua......



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CAIRO – The popularity of a Chilean football team has jumped up after it decided to replace number 1'' on club's recently unveiled 2014 kit to take the shape of Palestine complete map before 1948 nakba. “Club Deportivo Palestino.. now officially my favorite team from South America,” Joe.m wrote on Twitter. “My new fave football c......



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CAIRO – American civil rights groups have applauded a court decision to remove a Malaysian professor from no-fly list, seeing it the first victory against the much criticized American list. “Judge [William] Alsup’s ruling affirms that basic notions of transparency and accountability apply to even the US government’s ‘no-fly’ list......



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TOKYO- A Tokyo court has ordered the government to pay compensation for seventeen Muslims after leaking their personal data while granting police the right to monitor and gather information about members of the religious minority. “The ruling allowed the gathering of information just because an individual happened to be a Muslim,” Toshir......



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TBILISI – Reflecting growing divisions in the European country, a new imam has been appointed in Georgia to cater to Muslims in eastern parts of the Caucasian country while confining the authorities of the current imam to western parts only. I was elected in an open ballot with 19 votes, Jemal Paksadze, the mufti of western Georgia, was ......




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