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Yemen president retracts resignation: aide

Summary Yemeni President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi has retracted his resignation after escaping house arrest in the militia-controlled capital, an aide said on Tuesday. An aide to Hadi said he had…

Last Yemen Jews eye exodus after Shiite militia’s takeover

SANAA: A few worried families are all that remain of Yemen’s ancient Jewish community, and they too may soon flee after a Shiite militia seized power in the strife-torn country…

Yemen ‘collapsing before our eyes’: Ban tells Security Council

AFP | Feb 12, 2015 | Jordan Times UNITED NATIONS — Secretary General Ban Ki-moon appealed to the UN Security Council Thursday for action to halt Yemen’s slide towards anarchy,…

Robert Fisk: An old hand is at work in Yemen

Yemen is not Syria. But America’s skewed comprehension of the Middle East has now produced a remarkably similar scenario It’s all about the Saudis. No matter how complex the new…

Yemen: March into middle ages

The Daily Star The unfolding situation in Yemen looks set to secure the country among the world’s failed states, but in such a way that it will make Somalia appear…

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community on the World Wide Web

Source: ahmadiyya-islam.org | alislam.org ONLINE NETWORK Al Islam (International) Countries in Africa Mauritius (English) Tanzania (Swahili) Countries in Asia Bangladesh China India India (Gurmukhi, Punjabi) India (Malayalam) India (Tamil) Indonesia Japan Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan…

In Libya and Yemen, tribes with flags

Story Summary by Rami Khouri In Libya and Yemen, two Arab countries that are experiencing complicated, slow-motion transitions to more representative and accountable rule, we can clearly see a structural…

‘Love': a new reason for asylum! UNHCR grants asylum to Saudi woman in elopement case

SANAA: Huda Al-Niran, a Saudi woman who eloped with her Yemeni suitor last month and crossed illegally into Yemen, heaved a sigh of relief on Sunday when the United Nations…

The wedding for 2,000 grooms who can bring knives but not wives: Huge ceremony where Yemeni tradition bans brides

Only men attend the mass wedding ceremony in Yemen’s capital Sana’a – women have their own ceremony Mass weddings are held by charities to help poorer couples avoid the ruinous…

How the Sunni-Shia schism is dividing the world

The unprecedented Saudi refusal to take up its Security Council seat is not just about Syria but a response to the Iranian threat by ROBERT FISK THE INDEPENDENT WEDNESDAY 23…

Divided Muslim Ummah

Asif Haroon Raja PAKISTAN OBSERVER Thursday, August 01, 2013 – The unholy practice of Muslims fighting among each other is in vogue in many Muslim countries. Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, Algeria,…

Know your history: Imam Malik — A great scholar of Hadith

ABU TARIQ HIJAZI ARABNEWS Friday 28 June 2013 Imam Malik was one of the most respected scholars of Fiqh also known as Imam Darul Hijrah. His great grandfather Abi Aamer,…

Tell Me How This Ends …

SANLIURFA, Turkey — I’ve been traveling to Yemen, Syria and Turkey to film a documentary on how environmental stresses contributed to the Arab awakening. As I looked back on the…

Hijab Is a Symbol of the Highest Level of Civilization, Says Noble Prize Winner

GTA Muslims: A Priceless Quote from a Confident Muslim Woman “Man in early times was almost naked, and as his intellect evolved he started wearing clothes. What I am today…

Islam, Liberalism and Egypt, Dr. Khalid Batarfi: Saudi Gazette

OPINION Islam, liberalism and Egypt Last Updated : Tuesday, December 25, 2012 12:38 AM Dr. Khaled M. Batarfi   What’s going on in Egypt? I keep receiving questions about events in…

New light on Early Islam shed by Buried Christian Empire

  Buried Christian Empire Casts New Light on Early Islam By Matthias Schulz Paul Yule The “crowned man” relief found in Zafar, Yemen is seen as evidence that there was a…

Muslim world’s condition

Source: Dawn.com MYRIAD problems afflicting Muslims today are of our own making. The combined GDP of a billion plus Muslims living in some 56 sovereign Muslim states is less than…

Petraeus and the ‘Drone Wars’

By Heather Hurlburt US NEWS Heather Hurlburt is the executive director of the National Security Network in Washington, D.C. Heather previously served in the Clinton administration as speechwriter to the…

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