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  • Deadly blasts strike hotels in Indonesian capital
    Deadly blasts strike hotels in Indonesian capital At least 9 killed, 50 injured may include Canadian Last Updated: Friday, July 17, 2009 | 2:06 AM ET Comments53...
  • Surrey victim of alleged police attack claims he was kicked, robbed and racially abused
    Surrey victim of alleged police attack claims he was kicked, robbed and racially abused By Catherine Rolfsen, Vancouver SunJanuary 23, 2009 7:26 PMComments (3) ...
  • Muslims react with hope, caution to Obama's offer of 'new way forward'
    Muslims react with hope, caution to Obama's offer of 'new way forward' Last Updated: Wednesday, January 21, 2009 | 11:58 AM ET Comments47...
  • Time Magazine Explains the Israel & Palestine Situation - "The End: How It Got That Way"
    Monday, Jul. 01, 2002 The End: How It Got That Way By DAVID VAN BIEMA Calamity is the mother of end-of-the-world prophecy. This is true as millions of Americans, many rattled into an End Times frame of mind by Sept. 11, line up to buy the latest installment in the Left Behind series, The Remnant. It was true when the first prophecies of the End appeared in the Hebrew Bible in response to a great national catastrophe in 586...
  • Hamas, Hezbollah websites hosted by Canadian servers
    Hamas, Hezbollah websites hosted by Canadian servers Last Updated: Friday, July 11, 2008 | 7:38 PM ET Comments23...
  • Race the top motivator for hate crimes in Canada: report
    Race the top motivator for hate crimes in Canada: report Calgary, Kingston, Ottawa have highest rate of reported incidents Last Updated: Monday, June 9, 2008 | 2:10 PM ET Comments175...
  • 'Chilly climate' greets Muslim university students: report
    'Chilly climate' greets Muslim university students: report Last Updated: Wednesday, March 21, 2007 | 4:25 PM ET CBC News Canadian universities are failing to accommodate the specific needs of Muslim students and are not doing enough to fix the "chilly climate" of discrimination they face, a report releasedWednesday by&n...
  • Israel will establish borders in 4 years: Olmert
    Israel will establish borders in 4 years: Olmert Last Updated Fri, 10 Mar 2006 11:35:40 EST CBC News Israel will set its own permanent borders within the next four years in the absence of a negotiated settlement, Israel's acting prime minister said in a published interview Friday. INDEPTH: ...
  • US rejects Guantanamo closure call
    US rejects Guantanamo closure call ...
  • Muslim groups praise Canadian response to cartoons
    Muslim groups praise Canadian response to cartoons Last Updated Fri, 17 Feb 2006 14:00:45 EST CBC News A coalition of Muslim groups praised Canadians on Friday for their non-violent reaction to caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad that have sparked violent protests around the world. INDEPTH: ...
  • Comments on Klein's wife spark new controversy for Western Standard
    Comments on Klein's wife spark new controversy for Western Standard Last Updated Wed, 15 Feb 2006 19:57:00 EST CBC News A Calgary-based political magazine, already under fire for publishing cartoons offensive to Muslims, is now being accused of racism after publishing derogatory comments about the wife of the Alberta premier. The comments were part of ...
  • Scholar: There is no clash of civilisations
    Scholar: There is no clash of civilisations by Firas Al-Atraqchi in Cairo, Egypt Tuesday 20 December 2005 2:07 PM GMT Armstrong was in Cairo as a guest of the American University One of the foremost authorities on monotheistic religions and traditions, Karen Armstrong's writings on Islam have come into public focus following 9-11. Born in 1944, Armstrong began her journey to faith as a Roman Catholic nun but left her order in 1969 when s...
  • How a Belgian girl next door ended up a suicide bomber in Iraq
    By RAF CASERT Friday, December 2, 2005 Page A19 Associated Press MONCEAU-SUR-SAMBRE, BELGIUM -- She was the typical girl-next-door, the pretty daughter of a hospital secretary who grew up on a quiet street in this rust-belt town and finished high school before becoming a baker's assistant. Years later, she was in Baghdad, carrying out a suicide bombing in the name of jihad, a disturbing sign of the reach of Islamic militancy. ...
  • UN report says Volvo, DaimlerChrysler among those who paid Saddam kickbacks
    UN report says Volvo, DaimlerChrysler among those who paid Saddam kickbacks 12:32 PM EDT Oct 27 UNITED NATIONS (AP) - About half of the 4,500 companies in the UN oil-for-food program, including Volvo and DaimlerChrysler, paid $1.8 billion US in kickbacks and illicit surcharges to Saddam Hussein's government, a UN-backed investigation said in a report released Thursday. The report alleged that Jean-Bernard Merrimee, France's former UN ambassador, received $165...
  • Banish Iran from UN, Peres demands
    Banish Iran from UN, Peres demands Last Updated Thu, 27 Oct 2005 07:27:45 EDT CBC News Iran should be expelled from the United Nations after calling for Israel to be "wiped off the map," Israeli Vice Premier Shimon Peres said on Thursday. * INDEPTH: Iran Shimon Perez "Since the United Nations was established in 1945, there has never been a head of state that is a UN member state that publicly called for the elimination...
  • UN raises quake aid appeal
    UN raises quake aid appeal by Wednesday 26 October 2005 6:46 AM GMT Oxfam says aid pledges fall far short of needs The United Nations has nearly doubled its appeal for aid for victims of the South Asia earthquake, as a leading charity accused wealthy nations of failing to respond to the disaster. With the UN now seeking more than half a billion dollars in emergency funds, UK-based relief agency Oxfam said the response from many of the w...
  • Gaza evacuation begins; Israeli gunman kills 3 in West Bank
    Gaza evacuation begins; Israeli gunman kills 3 in West Bank Last Updated Wed, 17 Aug 2005 11:26:28 EDT CBC News Israeli security forces began the forcible removal of protesters in the Gaza Strip early Wednesday. Unarmed soldiers broke through burning barricades and marched door-to-door ordering people out of their homes in at least five settlements. * INDEPTH: FAQ on Israeli settlements Also today, An Israeli gunman opened fire on Pa...
  • Palestinians protest Gaza smokescreen
    Palestinians protest Gaza smokescreen by Laila El-Haddad in Gaza Thursday 28 July 2005 12:40 PM GMT Six Palestinian protesters were wounded by Israeli forces Palestinians have burned rubber tyres along the trail of the Israeli separation barrier in the West Bank in a symbolic protest against its ongoing construction under the smokescreen of the Gaza pullout. Black smoke seen rising along the wall's path from the areas of Marda to Qalandi...
  • Angered by Iraq war, bombers driven to suicide attacks, say friends
    Angered by Iraq war, bombers driven to suicide attacks, say friends 12:20 PM EDT Jul 15 SCHEHEREZADE FARAMARZI LEEDS, England (AP) - Shahzad Tanweer, the 22-year-old son of an affluent Pakistani-born businessman, turned to Islam, the religion of his birth, a few years ago. The transformation was gradual, but then his relentless reading of the Qur'an and daily prayers became almost an obsession, his friends told The Associated Press. He became withdrawn...
  • Top Israeli official says barrier meant to ensure Jewish majority in Jerusalem
    Top Israeli official says barrier meant to ensure Jewish majority in Jerusalem 02:06 PM EDT Jul 11 KARIN LAUB JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel's separation barrier in and around Jerusalem is meant to ensure a Jewish majority in the disputed city, a cabinet minister acknowledged Monday, contradicting government claims that the divider is solely a temporary security measure. Israel's cabinet on Sunday approved final details of the 65-kilometre Jerusalem barrier, ...
  • Israel accused of covering up murders
    Israel accused of covering up murders by Khalid Amayreh in the West Bank Monday 27 June 2005 6:18 PM GMT Rights groups say Israeli soldiers are trigger-happy The Israeli human rights organisation, B'tselem, has accused the Israeli occupation army of whitewashing the murders of hundreds of innocent Palestinian civilians. The organisation, which monitors Israeli human rights violations in the occupied territories, described Monday's convic...
  • Saudis debate ban on women drivers
    Saudis debate ban on women drivers by Friday 10 June 2005 5:27 AM GMT Saudi Arabia is the only country that prohibits women drivers A Saudi man's call to lift a decades-old ban against women driving - the only prohibition of its kind in the world - has been met with death threats and opposition. Mohammed al-Zulfa's knew his proposal last month to Saudi Arabia's appointed advisory council, of which he is a member, would stir controversy....
  • Palestinian militant groups step up threat to call off ceasefire
    Palestinian militant groups step up threat to call off ceasefire 12:12 PM EDT Jun 13 IBRAHIM BARZAK GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) - After a four-month lull in fighting, Palestinian militant groups on Monday stepped up a threat to withdraw from a ceasefire with Israel but stopped short of pulling out of the deal. The militant factions, including Hamas and Islamic Jihad, accused Israel of violating the truce with continued military operations. ...
  • Outgoing chief warns extremist Jews could open fire during Gaza pullout
    Outgoing chief warns extremist Jews could open fire during Gaza pullout 12:22 PM EDT Jun 10 RAMIT PLUSHNICK-MASTI JERUSALEM (AP) - Jewish extremists could open fire on troops during this summer's withdrawal from the Gaza Strip, or even carry out a suicide attack to kill the prime minister, the outgoing chief of the Shin Bet security service warned in interviews published Friday. Avi Dichter, who last month ended a five-year term as head of the Shin Bet...
  • Rebuttal to anti-Islamists who say the Qur'an allows the killing of disbelievers.
    An example of the quotes from the Qur'an an anti-Islamist would use:009:029 "Fight those who do not believe in Allah or the Last Day, who do not forbid that which has been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, or acknowledge the Religion of Truth (Islam), (even if they are) People of the Book (Christians and Jews), until they pay the Jizyah tribute tax in submission, feeling themselves subdued and brought low."...
  • The Christian Effect
    The Christian Effect Areeb Yasir Christian organizations are everywhere, helping and giving to the poor. They are in South Africa, India, Afghanistan, Mexio and Iran. They are everywhere, trying to help everyone. But what they are doing in exchange is preaching Christianity, encouraging Muslims and other believers from different faiths to become Christian. Of course, the main thing is that they are helping. How many Muslim organizations out there are there i...
  • Of Culture and Religion
    Of Culture and Religion By Areeb Yasir Vancouver The biggest challenge I faced when entering the Muslim religion, by my own accord; was the different cultures involved in the community. It would seem that Islam plays a back seat role to culture. In particular this is the most obvious in the Pakistani and Fijian communities. When I asked a question from one of the brothers pertaining to family life (in regards to if leaving them for 40 or more days for the sake of Jam...

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  • Race the top motivator for hate crimes in Canada: report
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  • UN report says Volvo, DaimlerChrysler among those who paid Saddam kickbacks
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    2005-06-13 09:31:00
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