Wednesday, November 23, 2011

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Q+A - Will Saif al-Islam be tried in Libya or The Hague? Full Article | Video
Reuters India
Slideshow Saif al-Islam is seen after his capture, in the custody of revolutionary fighters in Obari, Libya November 19, 2011. By Rebecca Hamilton REUTERS - Libya's National Transitional Council has said it wants to try Saif al-Islam, the son of Col. ...
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Tunisia's new premier faces Islamist test
Jerusalem Post
Malika Zeghal, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Professor of Contemporary Thought and Life at Harvard University, downplayed the importance of the caliphate remarks, saying it was part of a developing debate on the role Islam and acceptable political ...
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Mehanna's father grew worried, witness says
The Boston Globe
Prosecutors hoped the testimony would show that Mehanna had grown so radical in his views of Islam that others recognized it, and yet he still tried to impress his beliefs on others. A close friend of Mehanna's, who said he often discussed Islamic ...
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Bank Islam Eyes One Mln Visa Debit Cardholders In 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 23 (Bernama) -- Bank Islam Malaysia Bhd has set a target of having one million Visa Debit cardholders next year. The bank's Consumer Banking General Manager Khairul Kamarudin said public response to the Bank Islam Visa Debit Card, ...
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The Islamic Feminism of All-American Muslim
AINA (press release)
The same left which was outraged at a company marketing cigarettes as a form of female empowerment is completely supportive of marketing 7th century Islamic misogyny as female empowerment. "The Fast and the Furious," the second episode of TLC's ...
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Egypt mufti denies discrimination, plays down Islamists
Reuters Africa
By Tom Heneghan, Religion Editor BETHANY BEYOND THE JORDAN, Jordan (Reuters) - Egypt's highest Islamic legal official denied on Tuesday that minority Christians faced sectarian discrimination and said Islamists would win no more than 20 percent of ...
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Turkish journalists go on trial over coup plot
The Associated Press
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Islam-based government has come under increased international criticism that it is trying to silence challengers. The government rejects the accusation, citing its record of instituting Western-backed reforms. ...
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Suspect in custody in death of Hillsdale woman
Mid-Hudson News
Shafiqul Islam, 21, has so far been charged with criminal possession of stolen property, a felony, for being in possession of a stolen pickup truck. The investigation is continuing. Islam, was involved in a rollover accident on Route 23 in Martindale ...
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The Rise in Anti-Muslim Hate Crime (and a Startling Omission)
The Atlantic
Here is some of what the story reported: Anti-Muslim hate crimes soared by an astounding 50% last year, skyrocketing over 2009 levels in a year marked by the vicious rhetoric of Islam-bashing politicians and activists, especially over the so-called ...
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Islam and Apostasy « Persecution News
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Wafa Sultan, a psychiatrist, is a former Muslim (now an atheist) who has written two books about Islam. She exploded onto the world scene after an Al Jazeera televised debate with a bullying Muslim cleric. In the middle of his rant she shouted ...

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International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) UAE hosted its first gala conference ICC UAE Trade Finance Conference 2011 on November 20, 2011 at Fairmont ...

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