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· January, 2007

Stories about Religion from January, 2007

Haiti, France: Creole Language Catholic Mass in Marseilles

Poland: Clothing for the Pope vs G-Strings

Sudan: Muslims and Darfur

Dubai: Seebee Finds Nuns’ Behaviour Hilarious!

Palestine: Anti-Semites Increasing in Europe

Swahili Blogosphere: CIA's Role in the Zanzibar Revolution, Bloggers Association, The Wretched of the Earth, and Protesting UK's $12M Secret Payment

Following their virtual conference last November, Tanzanian bloggers are currently discussing the details of the organization they are intending to form. A blog has been set up by the interim...

French Caribbean DOMs: Welcoming Vaval, King of Carnival

Mas a kle, a Guadeloupe mas bandUploaded by Akynou No sooner were the 2006 holidays over that Martiniquans, Guadeloupeans and Guianese were kicking off the prelude to “Vaval”, their affectionate...

Lebanon: What Does Nasrullah Want?

Kuwait: What is a Muhajababe?

Pakistan: A Sufi Shrine in the US

Bangladesh: God and Friendship

Somalia: the spread of transnational Islam

Bahrain: Commemorating Muharram in Style

Japan: Namba Yasaka Shinto Shrine

Indonesia: Movie on Bali Bombing

The Arabist: Saudi Arabia Persecuting Ahmadis

Arabisc: Hijab-clad Doll Under Fire in Tunisia

This is Fulla, the Hijab-clad Arab Muslim adaptation of the decadent West's Barbie doll. Our Barbie wears the Hijab (head scarf) and Islamic attire – a long dress with long...

Poland: The Pope's Miracles and Retirement

Sri Lanka: Peacemaking and Religion

Abu Aardvark: Spotlight on the Sunni-Shia Question

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