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Yazidi Woman Who Suffered IS Enslavement Lobbies Washington for Help

A Yazidi woman who suffered for 10 months as a sex slave under the Islamic State group (IS) came to Washington to push for...

Melania Trump minds Vatican protocol in veil decision

VATICAN CITY (CNN) - Melania Trump has dutifully considered every outfit she has worn during her first trip abroad as first lady -- her...

Manchester Bomb Designed to Maximize Casualties Among Young Concert-Goers

The bomber who struck a concert by American pop star Ariana Grande in the northern English city of Manchester, killing 22 and injuring 59...

Where are the Moderate Muslims? A Response to Hussein Aboubakr

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgyrOycqWRQ After every new terrorist attack in the West, falsely committed in the name of Islam by heretics or mercenaries, some politician tries to profit...

Transcript of President Trump’s Speech in Riyadh

I want to thank King Salman for his extraordinary words, and the magnificent Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for hosting today’s summit. I am honored...

Trump Takes First International Trip as President

Donald Trump begins his maiden international trip as U.S. president Friday, leaving the White House awash in a slew of controversies that has some...

Leprosy: An ancient disease which still affects millions of people today

Over 200,000 people are diagnosed and treated for leprosy each year. It’s most prevalent in the developing world, where living conditions are poor and...

Blasphemy Laws Still Reign in Many Muslim Countries

Blasphemy laws across the world were brought back into the spotlight this week after a court in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country,...

Supreme Court Hearing in India to Decide Validity of Muslim Divorce...

Muslim women’s rights groups in India are hoping a supreme court hearing to decide the legality of Islamic family laws that allow Muslim men...

Indonesia’s blasphemy law

Jakarta (dpa) - Indonesia's blasphemy law originated with a 1965 presidential decree from the country's first president, Sukarno, a response to demands from majority...

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