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Assad appears on Syrian banknote for first time

New 2,000-pound banknotes featuring Bashar al-Assad’s face go into circulation in Damascus and a number of provinces. The currency previously only carried images of historic icons or pictures of Assad’s late father [Reuters] President Bashar al-Assad has appeared on the Syrian currency for the first time since taking office, with his portrait printed on a…
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Did Holy Prophet Muhammad commit sin?

By Waqar Akbar Cheema   We will often find Christians taking a lot of pain to prove that Prophet Muhammad was not sinless and Prophet Jesus was so. Indeed all the Prophets including, Jesus and Muhammad, peace be upon them both, were sinless and at times some mistakes made by them were not sins as…
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Rescue helicopter crash kills 8 after volcano erupts

A helicopter heading to evacuate residents near an erupting volcano crashed near Java’s Dieng Plateau in Indonesia. A rescue helicopter crashed while heading to help evacuate residents near an erupting volcano on Java, the main island of Indonesia, killing all eight people on board, officials said on Monday. Inna lillahi wa inallah-e-raji’oon!!! The helicopter reportedly hit…
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Saudi bloc gives Qatar 48 more hours to accept demands

Foreign ministers of nations boycotting Qatar will meet in Cairo on Wednesday to discuss their next steps. Kuwait’s emir has been mediating between Qatar and its Gulf neighbours to end the blockade [File: EPA] Saudi Arabia and three allies boycotting Qatar have agreed to a request by Kuwait to extend by 48 hours Sunday’s deadline for Doha to comply with…
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Yet! Another hate crime.

Recently, Hate crimes and islamophobic attacks has been on the increase, and Muslims are the majority at the receiving end, while the media is relatively silent about this attacks.   Yet another of such attack, a week down and the perpetrator has not been brought to book   “I genuinely believe it’s something to do,…
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Syria : At least eight killed in Damascus bombing

State TV says security forces minimised death toll by preventing attackers from targeting busy areas in the capital. State TV says casualties minimised as attacks thwarted in biggest attack on capital since March [Reuters] Three car bombings have struck Damascus, according to state media, killing at least eight people and injuring a dozen others in…
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Silence during Fitnah is Golden A response to ‘Saudi Is a Holy Land – What’s My Own with Qatar?!

Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Raheem Al-Imâm Ahmad (Allâh’s mercy on him) was describing the people of desires: ‘They are different types in the Book; opposers to the Book; unanimous in opposing the Book. They speak (freely) about doubtful matters confounding the ignoramuses among the masses therewith.’ [Al-Aadaab Ash-Shar’iyyah 1/209] The trio of Al-Imâm Al-Bukhârî, Ahmad and al-Hâkim recorded that…
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Mexico : 19 gang members killed in overnight clash

Officials attribute incident to warring drug gang members responsible for recent violence in Sinaloa state. During the first five months of the year, homicides jumped by 76 percent in Sinaloa state [File AP] At least 19 people have been killed in clashes involving armed men and security forces in the gang-plagued northwestern Mexican state of Sinaloa,…
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Breaking : Pope sacks Vatican cardinal handling child sex abuse cases

Gerhard Mueller relieved of duties just days after pope aide Pell was charged with child sex abuse. During Mueller’s term, his office amassed a 2,000-case backlog [Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters] Pope Francis has dismissed the church’s chief of doctrine, Cardinal Gerhard Mueller – one of the most powerful cardinals at the Vatican – head of the Vatican office…
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July 1, 2017 0

Law firm hired by Qatar to probe violations from blockade

Lalive will pursue the cases of some 2,450 citizens and foreign residents hit by the anti-Qatar measures. Barbara Bibbo Qatari officials meet with lawyers from the international law firm Lalive in Geneva [Ayache Derradji/Al Jazeera] Geneva, Switzerland – The National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) in Qatar has hired a Swiss law firm to investigate thousands of cases…
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