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Israel Attacks Gaza's UN Civilian Shelter

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GAZA – Israel attacked a UN school acting as a shelter in the northern Gaza strip at around half two on Thursday afternoon, July 24, killing at least 15 in the facility that shelter Palestinian women and children, Gaza health officials said. Such a massacre requires more than one hospital to deal with it, Ayman Hamdan, director of the Be......





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13 August 2013 Foreign Minister Bob Carr has announced a re-elected Rudd Labor Government would contribute $3 million to enable ...



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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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31 July 2012 The OIC-founded Islamic University in Uganda (IUIU) has granted admission to Christian students from Nigeria to st ...



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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 A dictionary on the topic of Islamophobia hads recently been published in France. It catalogues words, phrase ...



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01 October 2013 A preliminary contract has been signed for Islam to be recognized as an official religion in Lower Saxony after ...



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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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CAIRO – Shutting mosques, burning Qur'an and putting restrictions on Islamic hijab, the Angolan government has come under criticism after human rights activists accused the Catholic southwest African country of targeting the Muslim minority. From what I have heard, Angola is the first country in the world that has decided to ban Islam, E......



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MUNSTER – German President Joachim Gauck has praised the Muslim community as a part of the German society, asserting Germany as a common land for all its citizens. “Over two thousand sanctuaries and mosques have been built in different cities of the country,” President Gauck was quoted by Anadolu Agency on Thursday, November 28 . Th......



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CAIRO – Going in troops to offer help to Filipinos, a convoy of Muslim humanitarian workers have burst into tears after seeing the devastation wrought by Supertyphoon Yolanda (Haiyan). “I felt so sad to see how disaster destroyed the lives of Filipino people in Leyte and Cebu,” Mohammad Safaruddin Jhinku, head of the training departmen......



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CAIRO – A few days after the long-awaited approval of Athens first mosque, a greek neo-fascist party has asked for a national vote on the construction of the Muslims’ only worshipping house, sparking condemnations from the government. “I do not distinguish people between Pontiac Greeks, Muslims, Buddhists,” Infrastructure Minister Mi......



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CAIRO – Trying to help Syrian children overcome terrible war trauma, a UK-based charity is planning to open a shelter for Syrian orphans in Turkey, with the help of Tony Blair's Muslim convert sister-in-law Lauren Booth. “A property, donated by Turkish sponsors has already been secured,” Peace Trail said in a statement published on its......



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CAIRO – Uncovering practices of China’s heavy-handed security, a US-based human rights group has revealed the three out of four people arrested in China on suspicion of “endangering state security” last year were from Xinjiang and likely ethnic Uighurs. “The level of transparency is quite low,” John Kamm, the founder of the San F......



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KANO – Cracking down on drunks, addicts or those dressed immorally, Nigeria’s shari`ah police have been receiving praise from Nigerian people, supporting their role as preserving morals in their country. “Our youth wear tight trousers and they pull them down from their waist,” one man in Kano market told Agence France Presse (AFP) on......



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PARIS – A French court of appeal has ruled on Wednesday, November 27, that a private nursery school has the right to fire an assistant director who wanted to wear an Islamic headscarf at work. They decided the verdict they wanted then filled in the blanks, Michel Henry, the lawyer of plaintiff, told Agence France Presse (AFP), accusing t......



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SYDNEY – In a bid to break cultural barriers, a sports tournament has been organized in Sydney to  encouraging Muslim and non-Muslim women to cooperate to nurture a new generation of sporting leaders. “Sport is seen as a more male-dominated zone so they don't really encourage females in their family or household to take part in that......



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LUANDA – The Muslim community in Angola has denied reports about being victimized following reports about a claimed Islam ban and mosque closures, asserting feelings of isolation for living a country that does not recognize Islam as an official religion. “I perform all my five daily prayers at the central mosque in Luanda. The mosque is ......



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AL-QUDS – Ignoring the feelings of millions of Muslims worldwide, Israel has reportedly opened a new synagogue under Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Al-Quds (Occupied East Jerusalem), threatening a possible destabilizing of the foundations of the third holiest site in Islam. We only saw these synagogues during our tours; otherwise we would not......



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CAIRO – A Muslim women resource center in Scotland has toured scores of classrooms around Scotland after being contacted by a Dundee school to correct students’ misconceptions about Islam. “We want to build bridges to make children see we are not that different.” Safa Yousef, a member of AMINA center, told the Daily Record on Wednesd......



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CAIRO – Joining a chorus of condemnations to Egypt’s new protest law, the United Nations human rights chief has criticized the ‘seriously flawed’ law, asking for its immediate amendment or repeal. “The fact that the law criminalizes acts by demonstrators which may breach 'security and public order,' without clearly defining these t......




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