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First Muslim TV channel launch for Ramadan in Malawi

Malawi Muslims on Friday celebrated the start of the holy month of Ramadan with the launch of the nation’s first-ever Islamic television channel, TV Islam (TVI). The channel, which went on air at 2.00 p.m. CAT (1200GMT) after Jumu’ah (Friday) prayers, gives Muslims in the southeastern African nation an opportunity …

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Imam Khomeini the architect of an enlightened nation

Seyed Ruhollah Mousavi (Imam Khomeini) was Born on May 17, 1900, into a family of Shi’ite religious scholars in the small Iranian village of Khomein.  In 1921, Imam Khomeini commenced his studies in the Sepahdar religious center of Arak.  The presence and activity of Ayatollah Haeri-Yazdi have turned Arak as …

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Islamophobic event in London draws no more than 300

Fewer than 300 people have taken part in a rally in favor of Islamophobia in the British capital. Organized by anti-Islam groups Britain First and the English Defense League, the separate rallies, dubbed as a “march against terrorism,” were castigated by the supporters as lame attempts to boost Islamophobia.

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Dutch doctors against ‘life complete’ assisted suicide

Medical professionals in the Netherlands have strongly criticized a proposed law that would allow people who believe they have lived their lives to the fullest and have nothing more to gain to seek assisted death. The Netherlands has already legalized euthanasia, which is professionally assisted suicide of a person who …

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Global depression numbers surged in past decade: WHO

Cases of depression have ballooned almost 20 percent in a decade, making the debilitating disorder linked to suicide the leading cause of disability worldwide, the World Health Organization says. By 2015, the number of people globally living with depression, according to a revised definition, had reached 322 million, up 18.4 …

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