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· February, 2008

Stories about Religion from February, 2008

India: Hazrat Nizamuddin

Exchange Student ‘Starved’ in Egypt

Jamaica: This and That

Poland: Giertych's Fear of Feminism

Iraq: Kissenger and the Persian Dreams

Iraq: Ben Kerishan and Wahhabism

EGYPT: Muslim Brotherhood Trial Postponed

Algeria: Arabs Against Zionism

Cuba: Cardinal Points

Jamaica: Domestic Violence

Sudan: Boycott anything Danish

“This is so utterly silly,” writes Sudanese Thinker after the Sudanese president orders people to boycott Danish goods: “Okay so let’s see. First, a Danish newspaper prints a bunch of...

Kenya: Msafara Initiative

Kenya: Democracy as a spiritual battle

Barbados, Jamaica: Abortion Debate

Abu Aardvark: Doha Notes

Egypt: Monopoly on Backwardness

Pakistan: Why is YouTube blocked?

Morocco: Hijab as a Choice

Much has been said about "the veil," or hijab. Perhaps too much - mention it, and suddenly everyone - Muslim or not - is an expert. In Morocco, hijab is...

Egypt: 150 Muslim Brotherhood Members in the Dock

Barbados: Hair Them Out

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