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Archive for November, 2015

Why 86,000 Housemaids Ran Away From Saudi Arabia?

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Riyadh: Shoura Council members have called for an investigation into the reasons why 86,000 housemaids ran away from their employers in one year alone. “This is a serious problem which has adverse effects to the local economy and security as well,” the Shoura members said. Abdullah Al-Otaibi, vice president of the health committee, suggested the […]

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Muslim Lawyers Fight Islamic Myths With Dialogue

Muslim Lawyers Fight Islamic Myths With Dialogue

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Debunking myths surrounding Islam and Muslims, Ugandan Muslim lawyers have started a new law center to advocate issues that affect the Muslim community and correct misconceptions wrongly associated with their faith. “Christians fear to employ Muslims because they think they are a security threat, terrorists and extremists,” Jaffer Senganda, founder and President of Muslim Centre […]

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Malaysia Denounces Warped Ideology of ISIS

Malaysia Denounces Warped Ideology of ISIS

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Kuala Lumpur: Denouncing the warped ideology of the so-called ‘Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’ (ISIL), Prime Minister of Malaysia, Mohd Najib Bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak, urged the United Nations General Assembly to help spread awareness about the true nature of Islam, “which is nothing like that entity…that usurps its name.” “We must […]

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Islamic Academy Opened in Tatarstan

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Bolgar (Tatarstan): An Islamic academy was opened in the UNESCO world heritage Site of the Bolghar historical and archaeological complex in the Tatarstan Republic of the Russian Federation, The Bolghar Islamic academy was opened at a ceremony in the presence of Tatarstan President Rustam Minnikhanov, Turkey’s Kazan Consul-General Turhan Dilmaç, Religious Affairs Secretary of Turkey’s […]

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Feeling Depressed and Suicidal

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Q: I have spent a depressed life since my childhood as my parents separated and I was brought up by my mother only. Now I have been suffering due to the obstacles to get married, even though a lot of efforts were made by my mother to find a suitable proposal for me. I am […]

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My Faith is Not Constant

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Q: I don’t know what’s been happening to me. For the past few years my faith in Islam has been shaky. Sometimes I reach very high levels where all I can think about is Allah, then sometimes I reach levels — one where I am now — where I begin to doubt the existence of […]

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Putin Opens Mosque in Moscow

Putin Opens Mosque in Moscow

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Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin inaugurated Moscow’s new mosque on Eid Kurban Bairam, the Russian term for Eidul Azha which was celebrated on September 23 in the country. Among the invitees were President of Turkey, Tayib Erdogan and Palestinan President, Mahmood Abbas. The mosque has been constructed at the site of an old mosque which […]

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Minority Vidyasri Scheme

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Bengaluru: The Directorate of Minorities of the Government of Karnataka has announced a stipend for food and accommodation for minority students. Under the scheme the students from Muslim, Christian, Jain, Sikhs, Buddhists and Parsi communities will be offered a stipend of Rs. 1,500 per month for those who could not get accommodation in Backward Communities […]

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Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Research Centre

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Bengaluru: Karnataka Government has set up the Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Studies and Research Centre in the city in keeping with the proposal presented in the State budget early this year. Mr. Sabir Ahmed Mulla, a KAS officer, has been appointed its assistant director, according to a circular from the Ministry of Minority Welfare and […]

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Jamea to Set Up Law, B.Ed Colleges

Jamea to Set Up Law, B.Ed Colleges

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Jaipur: A degree college, a law college and a B.Ed college will be set up here by the Jameatul Hedaya. This was announced by Maulana Fazlur Raheem Mujaddidi while speaking at the Annual Achievement Award ceremony of the Imam Rabbani Senior Secondary School on October 19. Maulana Fazlur Raheem who presides over the Jameatul Hedaya, […]

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