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TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's ruling Islamists are preparing to resign in the next few days to make way for a caretaker cabinet once government and opposition parties agree on the makeup of an electoral commission, mediators said on Tuesday.
PUTRAJAYA: The application to open a Hard Rock Cafe outlet here will only be approved if it meets all the stipulated conditions including not selling alcohol and providing clean entertainment within the confines of Islam, such as nasyid.
KUALA LUMPUR: A former university dean, who accused his wife of being a man, has been ordered by a Syariah High Court to pay RM12,000 in costs in four instalments over his four failed applications against the beauty care boutique owner.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Six bodies were dumped at a Sufi shrine in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi on Tuesday, accompanied by a note purporting to be from the Taliban saying the men were killed for visiting the shrine, police said.
KUCHING: Malaysian Muslims should not complain about the use of the word ‘Allah’ by Christians in the country as long as the term is used in a positive sense, says former MTV Europe presenter, Kristiane Backer.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Al Qaeda gunmen seeking to form a radical Islamic state out of the chaos of Syria's civil war are fighting hard to reconquer the province they once controlled in neighbouring Iraq, stirring fears the conflict is exporting ever more instability.
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Monday sentenced an American woman who called herself Jihad Jane to 10 years in prison - at least a decade less than prosecutors had sought for her role in a failed plot to kill a Swedish artist who had depicted the head of the Muslim Prophet Mohammad on a dog.
DAMASCUS (Reuters) - A small congregation of Armenian Orthodox Christians prayed for peace at a Christmas service in Old Damascus on Monday and reflected on the hardships of living in an uneasy middle ground in Syria's increasingly sectarian conflict.
KUALA LUMPUR: PAS has urged the National Fatwa Council to end the conflict over whether or not non-Muslims could use the word “Allah” to refer to God.
PUTRAJAYA: The Court of Appeal here has allowed a stay of the trial in the Sessions Court involving sex bloggers Alvin Tan Jye Yee and Vivian Lee May Ling pending their bid to strike out a charge over a bak kut teh prank on their Facebook page.