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THE STRUGGLE FOR ONE GOD (PART 2 OF 2)

THE STRUGGLE FOR ONE GOD (PART 2 OF 2)

Transcribed from a sermon delivered at the American University in Washington DC which was attended by Muslims and non-Muslims.   Part 2: The harassment and persecution Prophet Muhammad endured to teach…

FIVE BEFORE FIVE

FIVE BEFORE FIVE

Take advantage of your blessings from God before they come to an end. By Aisha Stacey  : Is it just me or does the time seem to be passing more quickly…

Jim Cate tells us how he embraced Islam

Jim Cate tells us how he embraced Islam

I was raised as a Christian and went to a fundamentalist Bible believing church.  I made a profession of faith to Jesus in 1969.  In all of my years as…

Syria monitor: 28 civilians killed in Idlib

Syria monitor: 28 civilians killed in Idlib

At least 28 civilians have been killed in air attacks in the opposition stronghold of Idlib province in northwestern Syria, according to a war-monitoring group. Four children were among the dead…

Iraq shuts Kurdish airspace as tensions rise after poll

Iraq shuts Kurdish airspace as tensions rise after poll

A ban on international flights into Iraq’s Kurdish region has gone into effect after the central government in Baghdad retaliated against a vote for secession that has also drawn opposition from…

UN to send war crimes investigators to Yemen

UN to send war crimes investigators to Yemen

The UN Human Rights Council has agreed to send war crimes investigators to Yemen to examine alleged human rights violations, in a last-minute compromise between some Western states and Arab countries, including…

Syrian army captures key supply route in Deir Az Zor

Syrian army captures key supply route in Deir Az Zor

The Syrian army and its allies have repelled a strong attack by ISIL fighters to capture a road linking Palmyra to Deir Az Zor city, a major supply route from…

Rohingya boat disaster: ‘I saw so many people drowning’

Rohingya boat disaster: ‘I saw so many people drowning’

Scores of people, including many women and children, are feared to have drowned when a boat carrying Rohingya fleeing unrest in Myanmar sank off the coast of Bangladesh, police and witnesses have told Al Jazeera.…

UN chief calls for ‘urgent end to Rohingya ‘nightmare’

UN chief calls for ‘urgent end to Rohingya ‘nightmare’

The United Nations boss has called for action to end “violence” against the Rohingya, pleading to the Myanmar government to immediately end military operations against the Muslim ethnic group. In…

Iraqi Kurds under pressure after independence vote

Iraqi Kurds under pressure after independence vote

Kurdish regional authorities in northern Iraq are under increasing pressure after Monday’s independence referendum, as the Iraqi government calls for a suspension of international flights to airports in the Kurdish region. Lebanon’s…

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