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Cameroonian football team accepts Islam in UAE
Three explosions in Baghdad kill 17
A week on from flood, 150,000 still stranded in occupied Kashmir
Right-wing deputy Knesset speaker enters Aqsa compound
Muslim scholar denounces US-led coalition
Hamas: No direct negotiations with Israel

PA to cut relations with Israel and join international bodies

'The official position of the leadership is to go to the UN to call for a timeline for ending the Israeli occupation. Then for negotiations to be based on this timeline.'

Expelled Brotherhood leader 'arrives' in Turkey

Amr Darrag, who was expelled by Qatar last week, has now relocated to Turkey and is expected to be followed by other members.

Second actor sues Google over anti-Islam movie

Flynn said the filmmaker concealed the true nature of his production. He said he thought he was hired for a movie called "Desert Warrior" and never consented to be in a "religiously oriented film nor in one that propagates hate speech."

Israeli Court: “Army at Fault In Killing Palestinian Driver”

An Israeli court finally made a decision in an eight-year-old case involving the fatal shooting of a Palestinian taxi driver who was waiting for Palestinian passengers heading to the northern West Bank city of Nablus.

Clashes as soldiers escort Israelis to Joseph's Tomb in Nablus

Hundreds of Israeli Jews visited Joseph's Tomb in Nablus in the occupied West Bank overnight under the guard of Israeli soldiers, locals told Ma'an Wednesday.

Palestine joins European Energy Charter

Ambassador of Palestine to the European Union, Belgium and Luxemburg Layla Shahid on Monday signed the European Energy Charter on behalf of the State of Palestine.

British Lord calls to ban reading of Qur'an

Lord Christopher Monckton’s latest column proposed “A bill should be brought before Congress identifying all passages in the [Qur'an] which, whether in isolation or taken together, constitute incitement to murder.”

Turkey would welcome Brotherhood figures who leave Qatar

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Turkey could take in leaders of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood group who have been asked to leave Qatar.
Islamic State: Pope 'being targeted by Isis', Iraqi ambassador to the Holy See warns
The Islamic State (Isis) is intent on killing the Pope, the Iraqi ambassador to the Holy See has warned the Vatican.
Libyan parliament denies signing agreement to allow Egyptian military intervention
spokesperson of the Libyan parliament, Faraj Bohashim, has denied media reports claiming that his country had signed a security agreement with the Egyptian government allowing Egyptian armed forces to launch military operations inside Libyan territory.
7500 New Settlers Moved Into West Bank, Jerusalem, Settlements In Six Months
The Yesha Council of Settlements has reported that the number of Jewish settlers living in the occupied West Bank, including in and around occupied Jerusalem, has reached 382031, adding that 7500 Israelis have moved into West Bank and Jerusalem settlements in the last six months.
Jordan detains senior Brotherhood leader
"Brotherhood's Shura Council member Mohamed Saeed Bakri has been arrested," Brotherhood spokesman Murad al-Adayla said.
West Virginia Students Try Muslims’ Hijab
The event was held on Tuesday from 11am to 3pm at the Memorial Student Center.
Polls show pro-Scottish independence gains
'It’s the greatest, most empowering moment any of us will ever have. Scotland’s future – our country in our hands,' says independence leader.
Turkey remains reluctant to U.S. anti-ISIL coalition
Turkish leaders are wary of the fate of Turkish diplomats and nationals being held hostage by the group, and fear that the action could strengthen Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Germany not to take part in military action in Iraq
Berlin says it will focus on political and humanitarian efforts in fight against ISIL.
Former general claims new air strike in western Libya
Haftar emerged as a renegade commander fighting rival militant groups but has recently entered into a frail alliance with the government in Tobruk
UK to place 'curbs' on Muslim Brotherhood
Although it is unlikely the movement will be banned in the UK, it is highly speculated that restrictions will be put on the group especially by the Charity Commission.
Hamas denies Qatari request for Meshaal to leave
Tunisian newspaper Al-Shorouk earlier reported that Doha had asked Meshaal to leave the country.
First Veiled Mascot Walks Out Yaya Toure
A British young Muslim girl became the first veiled mascot on football pitches in UK’s Premier League as she accompanied Manchester City’s champ Yaya Toure before the Liverpool game while donning her Islamic headscarf.
Last foreign minister of Tunisia's ousted dictator to run for presidential elections
Morgan was the last foreign minister under the ousted longtime dictator Zainal Abidin Ben Ali.
China Raids Uighur Muslims’ Qur’an Schools
The crackdown on Urumqi madrasas is not the first this year.
Saudi, US pressures behind Qatari move on Brotherhood: Source
An Egyptian diplomatic source has cited Saudi and American pressures for a recent Qatari move to expel seven Muslim Brotherhood figures from the country.
Palestine: Thousands of Palestinians to be forcibly moved for settlement expansion
Israel is planning to forcibly transfer thousands of Palestinian Bedouins from their West Bank communities into a designated township to free up land for settlement expansion. Local and international groups are urging world leaders to pressure Israel to stop this violation of Palestinian rights.
Abbas to ask France for recognition of Palestinian state
President Mahmoud Abbas will ask his French counterpart Francois Hollande for official recognition of Palestine in an upcoming meeting this week, the Palestinian foreign minister said Sunday.
Palestinian, Kuwaiti FMs vow to enhance ties
Sheikh Sabah is the first senior Kuwaiti official to visit the Palestinian territories since 1967.

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Interviews

Israel to resume Gaza talks in Cairo this month

Israel to resume Gaza talks in Cairo this month

Amos Gilad, a senior Israeli Defense Ministry official, said in an interview with the Israeli television that no specific date had been set for these talks yet.
US needs to completely get out of Middle East

US needs to completely get out of Middle East

An interview with Arthur C. Olivier, writer and producer of Operation Terror and former Mayor of Bellflower from Irvine, about the United States’ so-called counter-terrorism strategy.

Reports

No change to Gaza blockade since ceasefire

No change to Gaza blockade since ceasefire

There have been no changes to restrictions on Gaza's crossings since a ceasefire agreement went into effect at the end of August, a Palestinian official said Wednesday.
US Muslims Praise Basketball Hijab Rule

US Muslims Praise Basketball Hijab Rule

The new decision, issued by FIBA, dropped an earlier ban on religious headgear, including hijab and Turbans worn by Sikh players.
90% of Gazans live below poverty line, 95% of water undrinkable

90% of Gazans live below poverty line, 95% of water undrinkable

Head of the Popular Committee against the Siege Jamal Al-Khodari has described living conditions in the Gaza Strip as "disastrous" after the latest Israeli war.