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Red Juma mosque opened after 90 years

Red Juma mosque opened after 90 years

The Red Juma Mosque, located in the Tomsk region of Russia has opened for worship once again after 90 years. The mosque has been returned back to the delight of…

Ibni Sina : The great Muslim medical scientist

Ibni Sina : The great  Muslim medical scientist

One of the most important representatives of medieval Islamic medicine, “Ibni Sina”, produced 270 pieces of work in his 57 years of considerably distressed short life. Referred to as “Aristotle…

Israel destroy Palestinian village in Negev for 90th time

Israel destroy Palestinian village in Negev for 90th time

Patrick Strickland : Israeli authorities have demolished a Bedouin village in the Negev region in the country’s south for the 90th time since 2010. Accompanied by heavily armed police officers, officials showed…

Maaden invests over SR100bn in various projects

Maaden invests over SR100bn in various projects

Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Maaden) has more than 25,000 employees in the mining sector and has invested SR100 billion in its various projects. Maaden Chief Khalid Al-Mudaifer made this announcement during his…

Turkish tourism sector eyes $36 billion income in 2015

Turkish tourism sector eyes $36 billion income in 2015

Turkey is one of the world’s leading tourist destinations not only for its breathtaking scenery but also for its fabled historic past and varied cultural attractions that have held visitors…

Saudi FM: Vienna talks to test if Iran serious on Syria

Saudi FM: Vienna talks to test if Iran serious on Syria

International talks in Vienna this week will test whether Russia and Iran are “serious” about finding a political solution to the war in Syria, the Saudi foreign minister has said.…

Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas to UN: ‘We need protection’

Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas to UN: ‘We need protection’

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has called for “international protection” for his people as the death toll in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories continues to rise. While addressing a…

Myanmar’s ‘Muslim-free’ election

Myanmar’s ‘Muslim-free’ election

Anealla Safdar, Phil Rees : Myanmar’s main opposition party, led by the Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, deliberately bypassed Muslim candidates ahead of the November election, a senior party member told Investigative…

Rape used as a weapon in Myanmar to ignite fear

Rape used as a weapon in Myanmar to ignite fear

It started with the allegation of a rape. Amina Waheed : A Buddhist woman, Phyu Phyu Min, filed a police report in Myanmar’s second largest city, Mandalay, charging that two Muslim co-workers…

Pioneers of Engineering: Al-Jazari and the Banu Musa

Pioneers of Engineering: Al-Jazari and the Banu Musa

The Industrial Revolution was a major turning point in world history, shaping modern behaviour and every other aspect of human life. The introduction of machines in the 17th century, often powered by water…