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  • Islamists rally to rescue Salafi candidate's presidential bid

     
    Thousands of Islamists marched to Tahrir Square on Friday to support Salafi presidential hopeful Hazem Abu Ismail, whose candidacy is in jeopardy over revelations this week that his deceased mother was a U.S. citizen....
  • Islamic Art documentary will be shown Thursday, April 25

     
    The premiere of the documentary Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World will be held  Thursday, April 25, from 6 p.m-9 p.m. at the Orlando Museum of Art. Tickets are $25. For a trailer of the film and information on purchasing a ticket, click here: ...
  • Muslim Peace Academy hosts potluck picnic Sunday

     
    The American Muslim Community Centers' Peace Academy will host a potluck picnic at Sanlando Park in Altamonte Springs Sunday, April 15, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. The public is invited. For more information call 407.900.4AMCC or visit the website at amccenters....
  • Tuareg rebels in Mali declare independent state

     
    Tuareg rebels who recently captured northern Mali in a stunning military advance declared their own independent state. The state, which the rebels call Azawad, was immediately dismissed by France, the former colonial power in the region. It was also...
  • Parliament aims to stop Mubarak-era official's run for president

     
    The Egyptian parliament Thursday passed a law barring top officials from deposed President Hosni Mubarak’s regime from running for president, a move certain to draw legislators into a fierce political battle with the country’s military leaders...
  • Remembering Mike Wallace

     
    Veteran broadcast journalist Mike Wallace, who found his way into the homes of millions of people through his many years on CBS' "60 Minutes," died Saturday night at the age of 93....
  • Tunisia, birthplace of Arab Spring, rocked by new protests [Video]

     
    Tunisia is known as the birthplace of the Arab Spring, the country where a distraught fruit seller who set himself on fire launched a wave of uprisings that is reshaping the Middle East. Now, new protests are sweeping the North African nation along with...
  • Saudi Arabia sentences hard-line cleric to five years in prison

     
    Saudi Arabia has jailed a hard-line cleric who once called for demolishing the Grand Mosque in Mecca and rebuilding it to prevent mixing between the sexes in Islam's holiest site, local media reports say....
  • At least 38 people killed in Easter suicide bombing in Nigeria

     
    At least 38 people were killed Sunday in a suicide bombing near a church in the northern Nigerian city of Kaduna, news services reported....
  • Egyptian court hands Muslim Brotherhood setback on constitution

     
    The Muslim Brotherhood suffered a political setback Tuesday when an Egyptian court suspended the assembly charged with writing the country's new constitution amid criticism that Islamists held too much sway over the panel....
  • Saudi Arabia won't endorse female Olympians, official says

     
    Countering the earlier words of a Saudi prince who said that women could represent his country at the Olympics, the Saudi Arabian sports minister said his country won’t officially support female athletes....