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Vol. XLV No. 7, 2007-08-26
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MUSLIM-MUSLIM DIALOGUE URGED
 

Senior Shiite cleric Sayyed Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah warned against divisions among Muslims and called for a "serious and constructive dialogue" among all the Muslims. "Muslim-Muslim dialogue has become a necessity," Fadlallah said. He added that any such dialogue should be based on three key conditions: a motivation to launch dialogue; considering dialogue as a priority; and the ruling out of all taboo issues in the dialogue. He urged for particular dialogue between Shi... More

 
 
 
FIRST-EVER LIVER TRANSPLANT IN UAE
 

The first-ever liver transplantation in the UAE has been successfully carried out on an Asian patient at Zayed Military Hospital. Prakash Doshi, 46-year-old Indian businessman from Dubai who is a father of two, was suffering from advanced liver failure for the past three months and his health was deteriorating dramatically. In the delicate surgery a team of five surgeons used 60 per cent of his wife Bhavna Doshi’s liver to help save the patient’s life. The recipient is recovering ... More

 
 
 
UK MUSLIMS PRAY UNDER GUARD
 

 

Alarmed by a string of Islamophobic attacks that increased after the recent failed terrorist plots, British Muslims are recruiting security guards and installing CCTV cameras to protect their mosques. The new tendency gained further urgency following an increase in attacks targeting Muslims and their places of worship. A 58-year-old imam was punched several times in the face by a visitor to the Regents Park mosque, known as the Islamic Cultural Centre, in Central London. The at... More

 
 
 
KIWI MUSLIMS PROMOTE DIVERSITY
 

 

New Zealander Muslims have launched an awareness week to promote the idea of diversity in the south-western Pacific country and clear misconceptions about their faith. "Islam Awareness Week provides an opportunity for the members of the wider New Zealand community to learn and appreciate the beliefs, values and practices of Muslim New Zealanders," said the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand (FIANZ) President Javed Khan. The aim is to showcase the divers... More

 
 
 
MALAWI PREPARES FOR RAMADAN
 

With Ramadan fast approaching, Muslims in the Southern African republic of Malawi are making preparations to welcome the holy fasting month. As Ramadan approaches, the prices of on-demand commodities like rice go on a sharp increase. The marketplace has become a beehive of activity, especially on Fridays, when most people purchase rice in bulk at the mill located right at the entrance of Madina Mosque. Other food stuffs that are also on demand during Ramadan, and are readily available across ... More

 
 
 
AUSTRALIA FINANCES ISLAMIC EDUCATION IN INDONESIA
 

Australian Ambassador to Indonesia Bill Farmer announced three-Australian government-funded initiatives worth over A$11 million (US$9.24 million) to improve the quality of education in Indonesia's Islamic schools.

According to Australian embassy media release the package of initiatives is funded under the five-year, A$30 million Learning Assistance Program in Islamic Schools (LAPIS) as a part of the Australian Government's international development agency, AusAID. The new initiatives ... More

 
 
 
ETHNIC MINORITY YOUTHS VIEW POLICE AS RACIST IN SCOTLAND
 

Most young ethnic minority people in Scotland see the police as racist, according to the first independent study of their attitudes to law and order. Academics from Glasgow Caledonian University said the survey found that youths from minority backgrounds felt "under siege" from staring white neighbours and unfairly targeted by police officers.
The researchers spent months cataloguing the views of people aged between 16 and 25 from a variety of ethnic minorities. The survey f... More

 
 
 
WAR CRIMES RAGING IN SOMALIA: HRW
 

Human Rights Watch (HRW), a New York-based organization, in its 113-page report said that since January 2007, residents of Mogadishu, the Somali capital, have been gripped by a terrifying campaign of violence that has killed and injured hundreds of civilians and shattered the lives, homes, and livelihoods of thousands of people. The report accused the Ethiopian troops of systematically bombarding heavily populated areas in Mogadishu in violation of international humanitarian law. The report l... More

 
 
 
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