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Libya to fund social, cultural projects in India
Libya will finance the construction of the Islamic Center of New Delhi and the rehabilitation of the prestigious Shahi Mosque in central New Delhi.
Libya-India, Culture, 12/8/2001
Some 4500 Arab soldiers in the Israeli army
Non- Jews soldiers in the Israeli army ( Sunni, Druze and Sharkas) toll 4500 soldiers 20 percent of them are in the grade of an officer and above, according to the chairman of the human force department and planning division in the Israeli army Col. Afi Zmeir, in a statement before the foreign and security committee at the Israeli Knesset.
Israel, Local, 12/8/2001
Two Yemeni tribesmen are chased as agents to al-Qaida organization
Yemen, Local, 12/8/2001
Al-Assad had Friday's prayer at al-Mahta mosque in Daraa
Syria, Religion, 12/8/2001
18 Moroccan candidates to illegal emigration arrested
Morocco, Local, 12/8/2001
ADC concerned about freezing of charity funds
The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) is concerned about steps taken by the Bush Administration to freeze the assets of Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development of Richardson, Texas.
Regional-USA, Local, 12/7/2001
Hamas: freezing 'holy lands' assets is illegal
The Palestinian Islamic resistance movement ( Hamas) has stressed that the US freezing of the assets of the charity " holy land" is an " illegal" measure aiming at " pleasing the Zionist lobby."
Regional-USA, Local, 12/7/2001
African officials at UN-sponsored talks call for new effort to cut hygiene-related deaths
African ministers meeting at a United Nations-sponsored conference on freshwater issues called Thursday for a new international effort to cut hygiene-related deaths, marking a new strategy in water policy for the continent.
Regional, Health, 12/7/2001
A Kuwaiti proves innocence of the charge of exploding the Israeli trade office in Qatar
The court of cassation on Tuesday found not guilty the main convict in the case of the destruction network Muhammad al-Dousari of the charge of attempting to blow off the Israeli trade office in Qatar.
Kuwait, Local, 12/6/2001
'Holy land' society denies to have had financed Hamas
News reports said that John Janeh, the spokesman for the al-Ardh al-Muqaddasah ( holy land) society whose assets were frozen by the US President, has denied that this society had financed the Palestinian national resistance Hamas.
Regional-USA, Local, 12/6/2001
The first baby born for President Bashar al-Assad
Diplomatic sources in Damascus said that President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday had a son, his first child after getting married of Mrs. Asmaa al-Akhras. The child was born in London where Asmaa's family lives.
Syria, Local, 12/6/2001
The German hostage in Yemen
The attack launched by the Yemeni army and police at the kidnappers of a German hostage held since one week by a tribe near Sanaa continued on Wednesday, however, the fate of the hostage is still unknown.
Yemen, Local, 12/6/2001
Roman winery excavated in Abu Qir
A Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA) mission unearthed a winery earthenware amphoras and several statuettes that date back to the Roman era, said SCA Secretary-General Gaballah Ali Gaballah, adding the discovery was made in Tabiat El-Raml area in Abu Qir, Alexandria.
Egypt, History, 12/6/2001
US embassy in al-Riyadh denied to have asked women asking for visa to take off their veils
The US embassy in al-Riyadh has denied news that it had asked women who apply for entry visa to the US to take off their veils apart from the migration visa in which women supposed to appear unveiled in the picture attached to the application.
Saudi Arabia-USA, Local, 12/5/2001
Egypt participates in International Conference for World Heritage Protection
Egyptian Minister of Culture Farouk Hosni agreed on Egypt's participation in the 25th session of International Conference for Protecting World Heritage, organized by UNESCO in the capital of Finland Helsinki on December 6-16 with the participation of 122 countries.
Egypt, Culture, 12/5/2001
Morocco adopts plan to fight AIDS
Morocco has adopted a strategic plan of struggle against aids covering the 2002-2004 period.
Morocco, Health, 12/5/2001
Arab women solidarity conference in Cairo january
The Arab Women Solidarity Society announced on Monday that it will organize the sixth international conference titled "Arab women and international developments."
Regional, Culture, 12/4/2001
To know Islam, go to Morocco, U.S representative
To know Islam and its authentic teachings of peace and coexistence, one should go to Morocco, says Doug Teschner, representative of New Hampshire at the US house of representatives.
Morocco, Religion, 12/4/2001
Grand Imam of Al Azhar: aggression on civilians rejected in Islam
Aggression on civilians is rejected in Islam, said Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, Mohammed Sayed Tantawi on his meeting with a delegation of Foreign Correspondents Association which comprised 55 correspondents.
Egypt, Religion, 12/4/2001
Forty-eight moroccan illegal immigrants arrested in Andalucia
Forty-eight Moroccan illegal immigrants were arrested Sunday in various parts of Andalucia, Southern Spain, according to the Spanish guardia civile.
Morocco, Local, 12/4/2001
Syrian customs police confiscate drugs, smuggled items fined at 50 million SP
Members of on foot Syrian customs patrols of Damascus during the two past days confiscated various smuggled commodities including drugs, machine guns, textiles, cars, TV and electronics sets and frozen meat and fish, fined at 50 million Syrian pounds.
Syria, Local, 12/3/2001
Egyptian Caligraphy exhibits attract French tourists
In a pioneer bid to activate tourism to Egypt, the Egyptian Cultural Center in Paris succeeded in attracting hundreds of thousands of French fans of art to the Arab calligraphy exhibits created by the late Egyptian artist , Sayyed Ibrahim, the famous Arab calligrapher.
Egypt-France, Culture, 12/3/2001
Statue of Goddess Mut unearthed south of Karnak Temple
Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA) mission unearthed south of the karnak temple a black granite statue of Mut, the goddess of maternity, and a sandstone plaque with a hieroglyphic that dates back to the era of king RamsesIII, the founder o 20th Pharaonic dynasty (1185-1070 BC.), encarved on it.
Egypt, History, 12/3/2001
Islam, a religion of tolerance, peace and co-existence
Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Ebeid inaugurated the 9th International Holy Quran Competition yesterday, stressing the importance of spreading the correct understanding of Islam as a religion of tolerance and peaceful coexistence.
Regional, Religion, 12/3/2001
Moroccan disabled globe trotter to resume tour
Moroccan disabled globe trotter, Driss Kadiri, will resume his tour around the planet next March.
Morocco, Local, 12/3/2001
Reed boat sails from Sidi Ifni in attempt to cross Atlantic
A primitive reed boat, Mata-Rangi III, left Sidi Ifni Sunday in an attempt to cross the Atlantic ocean.
Morocco, Local, 12/3/2001
AIDS in Jordan
The Jordanian health minister Faleh al-Naser said that AIDS in Jordan has so far tolled 286 of which 166 are foreigners.
Jordan, Health, 12/3/2001
Yemeni kidnapper of German experts changed residence
A Yemeni government official said on Sunday that Yemeni tribesmen who last week kidnapped a German expert moved to a mountainous area, 170 Km to the east of the capital Sanaa and that the army forces are besieging the area.
Yemen, Local, 12/3/2001
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