Why Israel Can’t Keep Up Censorship Forever?

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One Apple Leads To the Marriage of Imam Thabit.

One of our pious predecessors, Thabit Bin Nu’man, was hungry and tired as he was passing through a garden that bordered a river. He was so hungry that he could hear his stomach growling, and so his eyes became fixed on the fruits he saw on the various trees of the garden. In a fit of desperation, he forgot himself and extended his hand to an apple that was within reach. He ate half of it and then drank water from the river. But then he became overcome with guilt, despite the fact that he had only eaten because of dire need.

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UN Report: Israel in Regular Contact with Syrian Rebels including ISIS

Courtesy : IBTimes India

A report submitted to the United Nations Security Council by UN observers in the Golan Heights over the past 18 months shows that Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) have been in regular contact with Syrian rebels, including Islamic State (ISIS) militants. Continue reading

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Political Geography Now: Who recognises Palestine in 2014?

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If You Want To Be An Israel Citizen……

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The 10 Most Hated Countries in the World

The BBC conducted a survey of over 26,000 people internationally which asked participants to rate the European Union and 16 other countries on whether their influence in the world was “mainly positive” or “mainly negative.”

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The Islamic empires that gave Europe its Renaissance

It is quite rare these days to hear anything good about Muslims from the Anglo-American news media. There are, however, some exceptions in the West and Dr. Richard Bulliet, Professor of History Columbia University, New York is one of them. Continue reading

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