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Vol. XLVIII No. 35, 2010-12-05
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JORDAN ISLAMISTS FOR'NATIONAL GOVERNMENT'
 
Jordan’s main opposition group, the Islamic Action Front (IAF), on November 21 urged the formation of a “national salvation government” to come to grips with the political and social problems facing the country.“The formation of a national salvation government that enjoys the confidence of the people has become an urgent necessity,” the IAF Executive Bureau, the party’s highest decision making body, said in a statement. “Such a gove... More
 
 
 
EGYPT REJECTS US MEDDLING IN INTERNAL AFFAIRS
 

Egypt on November 18 said it was dismayed by Washington’s call for foreign monitors to observe the country’s upcoming parliamentary elections, describing it as meddling in its internal affairs.A statement released by the Foreign Affairs Ministry said the US was acting like an “overseer” and was not respecting Egypt’s sovereignty. “It seems that the US insists on not respecting the privacy of the Egyptian society and making statements that incense Egypt&rsqu... More

 
 
 
NO TALKS WITHOUT E.JERUSALEM BUILDING FREEZE
 
The Palestinian Authority will not return to peace talks with Israel unless there is a freeze on settlement building that includes East Jerusalem, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said on November 21.Abbas said the Palestinians and Israel had received no official US request for a return to the talks which began in September but stopped three weeks later after Israel refused to extend a freeze on new settlements in the West Bank. Asked if the Palestinian Authority would a... More
 
 
 
TARIQ AZIZ TO SEEK PRESIDENTIAL PARDON
 
Lawyers for Tariq Aziz, the longtime international face of Saddam Hussein’s regime, on November 22 said they will seek a presidential pardon to spare him from execution. Attorney Giovanni Di Stefano said Aziz’s defence team would ask for the pardon instead of appealing his death sentence, handed down last month for the Saddam-era persecution of Shiites political parties. It’s a risky legal move, considering Iraqi President Jalal Talabani has granted few, i... More
 
 
 
MCB LAUNCHES 'CELEBRATING FAITH' BROCHURE
 

As part of the National Interfaith week 2010 celebration, The Muslim Council of Britain’s interfaith relations committee held a seminar on Interfaith dialogue and engagement on November 24 at the House of Lords in Westminster. Young representatives from MCB affiliates, as well as some faith leaders spoke on interfaith work from their religious perspective. Professor Tariq Ramadan gave the keynote speech on “Prophet Muhammad’s Role in Interfaith Relations”. The MCB has ... More

 
 
 
BAN ON OKLA. ANTI-ISLAM AMENDMENT EXTENDED
 
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) on November 22 announced that a federal judge in Oklahoma has extended a restraining order barring certification of an anti-Islam state ballot measure (SQ 755) passed in the November 2 election. If certified, SQ 755 would have amended that state’s constitution to forbid judges from considering Islamic principles or international law when deciding a case. Following a hearing in Oklahoma City, U.S. District Judge Vicki Miles-LaGra... More
 
 
 
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