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Al Qaeda in Yemen

On Christmas Day, Al Qaeda in Yemen almost carried out the worst terrorist attack on US soil since 9/11. All eyes have turned to this ‘little known’ Arab country, asking: who is fighting Al Qaeda in Yemen? (Journeyman Pictures)

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January 11, 2010

Du’a Khatmul Qur`an

Du’a khatmul Qur`an

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January 11, 2010

FTC Announcement Regarding Debtor’s Rights

The FTC has announced the largest penalty ever imposed on a debt collection agency for allegedly threatening and harassing consumers; disclosing their debts to third parties, and depositing postdated checks early, in violation of federal law.  The FTC has also released this consumer education video on debt collection so that consumers can be aware of […]

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January 10, 2010

1st Annual IONA Islam Conference

Warren–January 2–IONA held its first annual Islam conference this past Saturday evening at IONA.

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January 9, 2010

Israeli Soldiers Shoot Tear Gas at Al Jazeera Correspondent

Israeli soldiers have fired tear gas on Palestinians protesting against the Israeli separation barrier which cuts through their West Bank village.

The soldiers also fired tear gas at Jacky Rowland, Al Jazeera’s correspondent who was covering the event live from near the village of Bilin.

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January 9, 2010

Building from Blueprints

Blueprints to Success: A Reflection of Adab for Our Modern Society

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January 9, 2010

“He Was the Best of the Jews”

If Muslim Imams told the story of Rabbi Mukhayriq to their congregations in America and elsewhere, I am confident that it will contribute to manifestations of increased tolerance by Muslims towards others.

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January 9, 2010

Unawareness—A Sly Threat

Continuation of Harun Yahya’s book about heedlessness… “However, although it may not be obvious at first, many people are hardly different from children when it comes to their level of awareness.”

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January 9, 2010

Cancer – The Deadly Legacy of the Invasion of Iraq

Forget about oil, occupation, terrorism or even Al Qaeda. The real hazard for Iraqis these days is cancer. Cancer is spreading like wildfire in Iraq.

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January 9, 2010

The Story of ‘Skateistan’

Skateparks in the Middle East

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January 9, 2010

Gentle, Friendly Face of Indonesia and Islam

WHEN the former Indonesian president Abdurrahman Wahid succumbed to a long battle with kidney disease and diabetes, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono called for seven days of national mourning. For many millions of Indonesia’s 240 million citizens, the mourning is very personal.

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January 9, 2010

Malaysian Polygamy Club Draws Criticism

The lives of these four women are closely entwined — they take care of each others’ children, cook for each other and share a home on weekends. They also share a husband.

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January 9, 2010

Afghan Attack: Was it Taliban Revenge?

Suicide bombing at CIA camp in Afghanistan likely revenge attack by Taliban warlord – a former ally

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January 9, 2010

In Yemen, Locals Worry About Obama Policy on Al-Qaeda

From smoky halls to the rugged mountains of Yemen, locals are worried that their country – threatened more by poverty and water shortages than terrorism, they say – could turn into another Afghanistan.

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January 7, 2010

Nigerians Parents Fear for Students Studying Abroad

My dear God, has it now become a crime to be a Nigerian? The headlines tell me so over and over again. Mutallab: Man Who Shamed Nigeria. Mutallab: The Nigerian Agent of Al Qaeda. The Boy Who Blew Nigeria’s Image.

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January 7, 2010

Is Yemen the New Hot Spot for Terrorism Training?

Reports that Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the suspect accused of trying to blow up an airliner on Christmas Day, was trained in Yemen have raised the specter of further U.S. military involvement in that country. To get a better sense of what’s going on in Yemen, NAM editor Aaron Glantz spoke with Jillian Schwedler, a professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and author of the book, “Faith in Moderation: Islamist Parties in Jordan and Yemen.”

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January 7, 2010

Al-Qaeda Using U.S. to Accomplish Goals — and U.S. Is Playing Along

PARIS — It is not widely understood that the policy objective of Al Qaeda is not to attack the Western countries, which in itself accomplishes nothing.

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January 7, 2010