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In Pictures, Muslims Around the World Celebrate Eid al-Fitr

In Pictures, Muslims Around the World Celebrate Eid al-Fitr

A Pakistani man sells colorful balloons as he waits for customers during the Eid al-Fitr celebrations, in Karachi, Pakistan, 29 July 2014. Image: EPA/Shahzaib Akber By Dustin Drankoski 2014-07-29 20:26:55 UTC Eid al-Fitr, also known as the "Feast ... Mashable, 1 day ago
Eid al-Fitr 2014: Muslims Celebrate End of Holy Month Ramadan International Business Times India, 1 day ago

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The Gulf Today

Pakistanis celebrate Eid amid heightened security

Muslims in Karachi offer Eid prayers, while security personnel guard Karachi streets. Vanessa day ago With joy and prayers, Muslims mark Eid in India  Gulf News1 day ago Indian, Pak troops say it with sweets  Hindustan Times1 day ago Essence of Eid: Mesmerising and wonderful  The Gulf Today1 day ago
Christian Science Monitor

For Pakistani minority sect, a tentative Eid celebration

The Ahmadis consider themselves Muslims, but the state disagrees. A series of attacks, including on three women and children this weekend, has the community downcast. One family quietly celebrates the end of Ramadan. Naeem Sohail's eldest son shows ...
 Christian Science Monitor1 day ago Pakistan: Mob Goes on Deadly Rampage Over Alleged Blasphemy on Facebook  Lignet1 day ago Pakistani Mob Burns 3 Over Blasphemous Post on Facebook (VIDEO)  International Business Times Australia2 days ago Pakistani mob attacks Ahmadiyya Muslims, kills 3  New Age Bangladesh3 days ago

Star agony over taunt

NEW DELHI: Indian tennis star Sania Mirza, a Muslim wed to a Pakistani cricketer, broke down in tears after being described by a Hindu nationalist politician as "Pakistan's daughter-in-law" and unfit to be an Indian representative. Mirza, 27, ...
 Gulf Daily News4 days ago Sania Mirza and the story of Muslim discrimination  Rediff.com3 days ago Tired of being forced to defend Indian-ness: Sania  Arab Times4 days ago Sania cries over Pakistan taunt  The Nation Pakistan5 days ago
IndiaTV News

Nawaz Sharif: Damned if he comes, damned if he doesn't

Sources within Nawaz Sharif's Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) said that Prime Minister wanted to normalise ties with India to promote commercial and business activities. "He is keen to improve ties which is also the official policy of the party but he needs to take various aspects of the relations into consideration," a top PMLN leader said. He said the invitation has come at a short notice and the premier needs time to accept it. He also said that any decision about going to India will ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Nawaz Sharif builds group to cool political heat  Asian Age1 month ago Foreign assets: Nawaz Sharif, Bilawal Bhutto receive notices  Asian Age1 month ago Article 370: Playing with fire  DNA2 months ago
Times of India

Persecuted Pakistani Muslim minority seek refuge in China

Fleeing discrimination and violence, members of a Muslim sect have abandoned their homes in Pakistan to find an unlikely refuge in China.
 Times of India1 month ago
One India

Modi will take along Muslims, neighbours: Pakistani daily

Islamabad: Given Narendra Modi's substantial experience as chief minister, it is unlikely that he will overtly antagonise either India's sizeable Muslim minority, or its neighbours, a Pakistani daily said. The Bharatiya Janata Party also has a history of ...
 Zee News2 months ago Modi will take along Muslims: Pak daily  Sify2 months ago Narendra Modi will take along Muslims, neighbours: Pakistani daily  Economic Times2 months ago

'New govt should instill confidence in Muslims while fighting terror'

‘We need to assure the Pakistani democratic system, their free press and the middle-class that our quarrel is only against those jihadi elements who are out to create trouble for India.’ ‘Enough damage has been done to communal harmony during the election campaign.’ ‘The UPA government utterly failed in preventing 26/11 attacks.’ ‘Modi should not force his own formula on Pakistan or in the Valley.’ V Balachandran (left), former special secretary, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Millennium Post

Pak yet to punish attackers of religious minorities: US

In Pakistan, militants killed more than 500 Shia Muslims in sectarian bloodletting and brutally murdered 80 Christians in a single church bombing last year. The Pakistani government has yet to take adequate steps to bring those responsible to ...
 Millennium Post1 day ago Pakistan yet to punish attackers of religious minorities: US report  Economic Times2 days ago

Persecution of Ahmaddiya Muslims in Pakistan Is a Continuing Stain on the Country

anti-Ahmadi extremists gathered at a pre-lanned meeting point at Kachi-pump in Gujranwala in the Punjab in Pakistan. They had gathered on the pretext that an Ahmadi young person had defaced a picture of the Khana Ka'bah, (the Sacred mosque in ...
 Huffington Post UK1 day ago Fiyaz Mughal : Persecution of Ahmaddiya Muslims in Pakistan Is a Continuing Stain on the Country  Huffington Post UK1 day ago
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