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Tunisians cast ballot at a polling station in Tunis, capital of Tunisia to elect country's first president since the removal of dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali in 2011 protests. (Xinhua/Pan Xiaojing)

Israeli woman in Silwan attacked Nima Abu Hadwan with pepper spray while she was sleeping. (MaanImages)

Protest calling for boycotting of Bahrain’s elections [Photo By Majed Tareef]

Portrait of late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat marking 10th anniversary of his death at Al-Azhar University in Gaza. (Photo by Mustafa Hassona/Anadolu Agency)

Ebola outbreak has killed thousands of people in West Africa. Medical staff preparing to treat Ebola victims

Floods in Somalia continue to cause widespread destruction washing away villages

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2014 PM Cameron & Editor of The Muslim News Ahmed J Versi. Nominate for the awards

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Afghanistan: British embassy vehicle hit in deadly Kabul suicide attack
27th Nov 2014

Afghanistan: British embassy vehicle hit in deadly Kabul suicide attack

Several people were killed and wounded in a suicide attack on a British embassy car in Kabul.

Palestine: “Killing Hamas” taught as basic right for 2nd Grade students
27th Nov 2014

Palestine: “Killing Hamas” taught as basic right for 2nd Grade students

An Israeli school gave a worksheet to students which includes, in a list of rights, right of "Killing Hamas".

Egypt sentences 78 minors up to 5 years in jail
27th Nov 2014

Egypt sentences 78 minors up to 5 years in jail

Egyptian court sentenced 78 minors between 2 & 5 years in prison for taking part in demonstrations.

Qatar training Syria rebels as Muallem seeks political solution in Russia
27th Nov 2014

Qatar training Syria rebels as Muallem seeks political solution in Russia

At a Qatar base, with help of US, has been covertly training “moderate” Syria rebels to fight Syria & ISIS.

Palestine: Israeli police assault and abduct woman and disabled mother in E Jerusalem
27th Nov 2014

Palestine: Israeli police assault and abduct woman and disabled mother in E Jerusalem

Disabled Jerusalemite woman along with her daughter were assaulted & kidnapped by Israeli police,.

Lebanon: Families of abducted soldiers seek help from Nasrallah
27th Nov 2014

Lebanon: Families of abducted soldiers seek help from Nasrallah

Families of abducted soldiers called on Nasrallah to help free their sons abducted by ISIS & al Nusra Front.

Bahrain jails 12 as authorities continue crackdown on protesters
27th Nov 2014

Bahrain jails 12 as authorities continue crackdown on protesters

Bahraini court sentenced 2 former inmates who escaped from prison & 4 accomplices up to 15 years in prison.

Palestine: Israeli settlers assault Palestinian resident of Jerusalem
27th Nov 2014

Palestine: Israeli settlers assault Palestinian resident of Jerusalem

Israeli settlers assaulted a Palestinian resident of Jerusalem, causing injuries in neck and back.

Palestine: Israeli soldiers kidnap 12 Palestinians in West Bank
27th Nov 2014

Palestine: Israeli soldiers kidnap 12 Palestinians in West Bank

Israeli soldiers kidnapped 12 Palestinians in different parts of occupied West Bank.

Top Stories from the Newspaper - Issue 307 - Friday 28th November 2014

28th Nov 2014

UAE resorts to employ Israeli tactics to disparage critics

The 82 Muslim groups and organisations lumped together by the UAE as so-called terrorists is so wide ranging, from terrorist groups like ISIL, Boho Haram and al-Qa’ida to internationally renowned and respected charity, Islamic Relief. The list just doesn’t make any sense and has no clear rationality.

Israel bans Norwegian doctor from Gaza
28th Nov 2014

Israel bans Norwegian doctor from Gaza

Israel has blocked Norwegian doctor who has helped Palestinians during conflicts for over 30 years from entering the country and thereby accessing the Gaza Strip. Dr Mads Gilbert was banned from entering the country following his outspoken criticism of the Israeli Government during Israel’s latest siege on the Gaza Strip.

Editorial

28th Nov 2014

Muslims face more injustices

“The strength of a government is determined by the freedom that flows to its citizens, not the powers it gathers for itself,” said Prime Minister, David Cameron. In his address to the Australian Parliament, he laid a great deal of emphasis on such shared values that also included open societies, accountability and human rights. Yet in their face, he proceeded to confirm plans for new powers to curb more freedoms in the ever-expanding war against terrorism.

28th Nov 2014

UAE resorts to employ Israeli tactics to disparage critics

The 82 Muslim groups and organisations lumped together by the UAE as so-called terrorists is so wide ranging, from terrorist groups like ISIL, Boho Haram and al-Qa’ida to internationally renowned and respected charity, Islamic Relief. The list just doesn’t make any sense and has no clear rationality.

Other Stories

28th Nov 2014

Supplier fined £20k for fake halal labels

A meat wholesaler was fined £20,000 on September 5, after applying counterfeit halal certification labels to products which were then sold to a Birmingham supplier.

28th Nov 2014

BOOK REVIEW: Unique qualities of Ali ibn Abi Talib

The Special Characteristics of the Leader of the Faithful – Ali b. Abi Talib.
By Ahmad b. Shu’ayb al-Nasa’i.
Translated by Michael Mumisa. Birmingham: Al-Mahdi Institute.
pp103. PB. 2014. £9.99

28th Nov 2014

McDonald’s manager arrested after launching racist tirade at Somali customers

A West African McDonald’s manager was arrested over a racist tirade against Somali customers. The victims say he told them: “All you fu@#ing Somalians are the same.” Yasin Farah, 27, and his friends went to the restaurant in south east London, for breakfast at 5.30am on November 2. He said the manager of the restaurant, who is understood to be black and had a West African accent, quickly turned on him and four friends.

28th Nov 2014

LEGAL CORNER: Holiday pay calculation should also include overtime

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has just handed down an important decision on the calculation of holiday pay, Bear Scotland v Fulton and others (UKEAT S0047/13). Three different cases which each raised similar issues were heard together, and a number of important principles can be derived from them.

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