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  • Rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah reach agreement

    Rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah have reached agreement on aspects of their bid to end a decade-long split during talks mediated by Egypt in Cairo, officials said on Thursday...

    An official from Mahmud Abbas's Fatah movement said the Palestinian president was now planning to travel to the Gaza Strip within a month as part of the unity bid in what would be his first visit in a decade...

  • Fatah, Hamas sign accord for Palestinian reconciliation

    GAZA: Rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah signed a reconciliation deal on Thursday after Hamas agreed to hand over administrative control of Gaza, including the key Rafah border crossing, a decade after seizing the enclave in a civil war...

    The deal brokered by Egypt bridges a bitter gulf between the Fatah party of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas, an Islamist movement...

  • Fatah picks party officials amid talk of Abbas succession

    RAMALLAH: Palest­inian president Mahmud Abbas’s Fatah party on Saturday held a vote for members of its ruling bodies that could give clues to a possible successor to the ageing leader...

    Fatah, the oldest Palestinian party, is holding its first congress in seven years at a time when Abbas is seeking to quell dissent in the face of internal rivalries...

  • Fatah calls for protests against US VP Jerusalem visit

    The Fatah faction of Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas on Saturday called for demonstrations next week when US Vice President Mike Pence visits Jerusalem, after Washington's policy shift on the holy city...

    Fatah called for a day of “protests” on Wednesday near Jerusalem and the Old City “against the visit of the American vice president and Trump's decision” to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital, a statement said...

  • Islam forbids violence, Ka’aba Imam tells Lahore congregation

    LAHORE: Imam of the Ka’aba Dr Shaikh Khalid Al Ghamidi during a sermon at the mosque in Lahore's Bahria Town told the congregation that Islam forbade violence and terrorism...

    Addressing the congregation before the commencement of Friday prayers, he said Islam preached peace and tolerance and that believers should respect religious differences and live in harmony with others...

  • Treasures of Islam

    Violent extremist groups’ disdain of history — ‘idol worship’, as IS has termed it — is as gro­tesque as their rejection of the fact that Islam has always been interpreted and embraced through the lens of local cultures and experiences, making it diverse, resilient and relevant...

  • Kalash girl says she converted to Islam of her own volition

    PESHAWAR: The dispute over conversion to Islam of a Kalash girl was resolved on Friday when 14-year-old Reena recorded her statement before a judicial magistrate, saying she had converted out of her free will, according to a government official...

    On Thursday, the girl’s decision to embrace Islam sparked a clash between the Kalash tribe and members of the Muslim community in Chitral’s Bamburate Valley, forcing police to use teargas to...

  • ‘Christianity to Islam and back’: Woman moves court against father

    LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Monday sought assistance of the Punjab advocate general on a petition of a Christian woman seeking action against her father for changing religion twice...

    Aneela Saleem filed the petition through Advocate Aftab Bajwa stating that her father Saleem Nazeer converted to Islam, married a Christian woman and converted her too...

  • Saudi crown prince promises 'a country of moderate Islam'

    Saudi Arabia's powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Tuesday vowed to restore “moderate, open” Islam in a kingdom known for its ultra-conservative rule...

    “We are returning to what we were before, a country of moderate Islam that is open to all religions and to the world,” he said at an economic forum in Riyadh...

  • Islam & the Bolshevik Revolution

    Even though Galiev was an atheist himself, he believed that Marxism and Islam could coexist, insisting that the CP use gradualism to educate the Muslim masses and slowly win them over to communism...

    Galiev’s demands for greater decentralisation and democracy within the Communist Party and greater sensitivity to Islam could have changed the attitude of millions of Muslims to the revolution, especially in Central Asia...

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