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King Mohammed dedicates institution for deaf students in Oujda, meals to the poor
A hundred students will study at the institution, which also hosts a boarding house for pupils coming from neighbouring regions.
Morocco, Local, 11/16/2002
Islamic Jihad claims responsibility: 12 Israelis killed in Palestinian operation in Hebron
The Islamic Jihad in the Palestinian territories carried out one of the most successful and precise operations against the Israeli forces since the eruption of the Palestinian Intifada in September 2000, when two members of the said movement were able to attack an Israeli military position that falls under direct Israeli security control.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/16/2002
42,000 manuscripts, 125,000 Islamic books on internet
The project of protecting the heritage of Al-Azhar library on the internet will be inaugurated next march, in order to give the chance to the world to be familiar with the treasures of Islamic culture.
Regional-Egypt, Religion, 11/16/2002
Manager of El Jadida prison dismissed
The commission comprises attorneys at the supreme court, the prosecutor at El Jadida's court of appeal, a member of the human rights advisory council, and an official at the penitentiary and reintegration administration.
Morocco, Local, 11/16/2002
Boston prepares to host Pharaonic antiquities exhibition
The museum of sciences at Boston, USA has completed preparations to host the Ancient Egyptian Antiquities Exhibition, "Search for Eternity."
Egypt-USA, Local, 11/16/2002
Ibn Tulun Mosque symbol of Egyptian resilience
Al Astadar Mosque on Gamaliya street in Fatimid Cairo is the latest Islamic monument to undergo restorations.
Egypt, Local, 11/16/2002
Closure of Khartoum university following student clashes
The president of Khartoum University yesterday issued a decision to close the university because of the acts of unrest took part in it.
Sudan, Local, 11/15/2002
Children of Quneitra Needs a Healing Touch
Recently, in Syria a pilot project for "inclusive education" is implemented now in Syria in 4 schools and one KG, with the aim to promote "inclusion of children with disabilities into regular schools."
Syria, Education, 11/15/2002
Bush condemns Anti-Islam remarks
American President, George W. Bush slammed anti-Islam remarks, seeking to distance himself from controversial statements made recently by conservative Christian leaders, Pat Robertson and the Rev. Jerry Falwell.
Regional-USA, Religion, 11/15/2002
Ein al-Helweh: one Fatah movement wounded
Palestinian sources in Ein al-Helweh camp in south Lebanon said that a member from the Fatah movement was wounded in a bomb explosion yesterday. The same sources added that unidentified persons threw a mortar bomb at a guarding center for the Fatah movement at the northern entrance of the camp before they feld.
Lebanon, Local, 11/15/2002
Attacks against Muslims and Arabs in the USA increase at 1700%
Human Rights Watch organization announced that the attacks and aggressions against Muslims and Arab-Americans in the USA increased by 1700% in 2001 following the attacks of September 11.
Regional-USA, Local, 11/15/2002
Some 150 Israeli tanks storm into Gaza, backed by planes
In Gaza the Israeli military helicopters bombarded civilian firms in al-Zeitoun area and this resulted to destroying the electricity station, several houses, trade shops and several workshops.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/14/2002
Cluster bombs left by Israeli forces found in the Lebanese Arnoun town
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 11/14/2002
El Guerrouj to run his first 5,000 m in Ostrava meeting
Three-time 1500 m world champion, and current world record holder, Morocco's Hicham El Guerrouj, is planning to run his first 5000 meters, scheduled on June 12th, in Ostrava, Czech Republic.
Morocco, Sports, 11/14/2002
Threat of famine looms over millions of Ethiopians
Warning that the threat of famine looms over millions of people in Ethiopia, the United Nations World Food Program on Tuesday voiced concern that donors have not provided enough resources to enable the agency to respond to the crisis.
Ethiopia, Local, 11/14/2002
King Mohammed visits education and schooling institute for blind people
Morocco's King Mohammed VI visited in Temara on Monday an education and schooling institute for blind people, which the sovereign has baptized Mohammed VI Education and Schooling Institute for Blind people.
Morocco, Education, 11/13/2002
King Mohammed starts series of Ramadan's religious lectures
Morocco, Religion, 11/13/2002
Thirty Israeli tanks broke into Toulkarem, eulogy for two Palestinian children in Deir Abu Mashaal, PA accepts road map initially
Meantime, thousands of Palestinian held an eulogy yesterday for the two Palestinian children nafid Mashaal ( 2 year old) and Muhammad Abu al-Naja ( 8 year old) in Rafah amid calls to continue resistance.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/13/2002
Explosions in three take away meals restaurants in Lebanon
Three take away Pizza restaurants were attacked by explosives yesterday at dawn in Beirut, Jonyeh and Tripoli.
Lebanon, Local, 11/13/2002
Egypt's TV news sector chairman sentenced 18 year imprisonment
The Egyptian supreme state security council yesterday sentenced the chairman of the former news sector in the Egyptian TV Muhmmad al-Wakeel was sentenced of 18 years imprisonment under the charges of having taken bribes and having drugs.
Egypt, Local, 11/13/2002
20.000 Spaniards converted to Islam
Twenty thousand Spaniards converted to Islam, during the last two decades, most of them following mixed marriages, said sources close to Islamic associations based in Spain.
Regional, Religion, 11/13/2002
One Palestinian infant killed, nine wounded in Israeli tanks bombardment in Gaza
Five Palestinians were wounded yesterday in Israeli Apache planes bombardment against Asqoula area in al-Zeitoun quarters in Gaza, while Israeli officials threatened more operations against the Palestinian people.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/12/2002
Israeli aggressions against South lebanon
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 11/12/2002
Jordanian army killed one man trying to sneak to Israel
A Jordanian military spokesman said that the Jordanian army killed an unidentified man who was carrying a bomb, while trying to cross the borders through Israel. On the other hand, Israel said that the man was unarmed.
Jordan-Israel, Local, 11/11/2002
An explosion in Ein al-Helweh
An explosion took place in a building including the office of al-Saeqa organization in Ein al-Helweh camp for the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon early morning yesterday.
Lebanon, Local, 11/11/2002
Five Israelis killed in breaking into an Israeli settlement
Five Israeli settlers were at least killed and more than 10 wounded by the bullets of one Palestinian fighter who succeeded in penetrating "Ceputs Mitzer" settlement to the north of occupied Palestine and opened fire at the Israeli settlers at dawn today.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/11/2002
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