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Pay Up: `Eid Al-Fitri Bonus

Pay Up: `Eid Al-Fitri Bonus

Minister Erman Suparno said the Idul Fitri bonus was "obligatory" and would enable Muslim workers to depart to their home villages to celebrate the holidays with family. Referring to the compulsory bo
Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2007 09:54

In Defense of the Muslim Sisterhood

In Defense of the Muslim Sisterhood
I have a bee in my bonnet — or hijab to be more precise. On an almost daily basis, there are horrific stories pouring out of Tunisia about how the state police are ripping off the hijabs of women li
Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2007 07:43

African Floods

African Floods
The crisis of the African floods is adding to its long series of catastrophes in Africa. These are the worst flood in three decades. The newest flood that happened across a large area of Africa has af
Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 October 2007 21:00

UK Muslims more British Than the Rest

UK Muslims more British Than the Rest
The Citizenship Survey, which is published every two years, is aimed at measuring the success of efforts to help minorities integrate and encourage a common sense of nationhood. The findings, which c
Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 October 2007 10:54

Fasting Between the Poor and the Rich

Fasting Between the Poor and the Rich
Three different types of curries, casseroles, a roast, various chutneys, pickles and other side dishes weigh down the dining table. Bowls of haleem, a sustaining broth, and rich desserts round off the
Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 October 2007 00:00

Thai Bananas

Thai Bananas
This is a simple version of a dessert that is quite common throughout Thailand. It makes a light, but healthy dessert, as the oil from the coconut has anti-viral, anti-bacterial properties, and banana
Last Updated on Monday, 08 October 2007 10:14

Jamaican Papaya Salad

Jamaican Papaya Salad
Papaya is one of the most commonly found fruits within the islands of the Caribbean, and is used both as a fruit or as a vegetable, depending on when it is picked and cooked. As this Ramadan falls on
Last Updated on Monday, 08 October 2007 09:52

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