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Beef Ban Pinches India Muslim Farmers

Beef Ban Pinches India Muslim Farmers

Enduring a ban on beef meet for decades, a fresh ban on slaughtering bulls and bullocks has been the last straw that led many farmers to bankruptcy, failing to survive under the severe ban.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 16:53

Malaysian Fatwa Allows Child Custody to Non-Muslim

Malaysian Fatwa Allows Child Custody to Non-Muslim
In a fatwa praised by many as historic, the fatwa committee in Perlis, in the northern part of the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia, has issued an edict allowing child custody to a non-Muslim parent,

Kashmiris Use WhatsApp to Spread Da`wah

Kashmiris Use WhatsApp to Spread Da`wah
Coping with developing social networks, young Muslims in the conflict ridden India-administered Kashmir valley are using various mobile applications to spread religious awareness, sharing the teaching
Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 July 2015 02:26

Hijabi Muslim, Nun Banned From Exam over Veil

Hijabi Muslim, Nun Banned From Exam over Veil
A Muslim and Christian female students were barred from taking the All-India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) after refusing to remove their religious garments, sparking anger among the Indian religious minor
Last Updated on Monday, 27 July 2015 07:58

Kashmir Muslims Save Hindu Pilgrims' Lives

Kashmir Muslims Save Hindu Pilgrims' Lives
Showing true compassion of Islam, Kashmiri Muslims rushed to help Hindu pilgrims after flash floods removed their camps, when they were heading to Amarnath shrine, saving their lives.
Last Updated on Sunday, 26 July 2015 16:28

No Rent for Indian Blind Muslim Prof.

No Rent for Indian Blind Muslim Prof.
Arriving at the flat she rented in Delhi, Reem Shamsudeen, an Indian Muslim assistant English professor at Delhi University, was denied entry after the landlord said she does not rent flats to Muslims
Last Updated on Saturday, 25 July 2015 20:31

Indonesia’s Papua Restores Peace

Indonesia’s Papua Restores Peace
Almost a week after a mob of angry Christian attacked Muslims in Papua district during `Eid Al-Fitr prayer, a peace agreement has been reached to ease the sectarian tensions in the western half of the

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