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From Madinah to the Muslim world: A new museum dedicated to the life of the Prophet

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MADINAH: On Feb. 2, the opening ceremony of the International Exhibition and Museum of the Life of the Prophet and Islamic Civilization took place. Prince Faisal bin Salman, governor of Madinah — where the museum is located — and chairman of the Madinah Region Development Authority, hailed the mission and objectives of the exhibit and …

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Videogames Are A Bigger Industry Than Movies And American Sports Combined

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Videogames have grown to resemble competition-based, interactive movies, and the COVID-19 pandemic has propelled the industry to make more money than movies and North American sports combined. Global videogame revenue is expected to surge 20% to $179.7 billion in 2020, according to IDC data, making the videogame industry a bigger moneymaker than the global movie …

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Muslim residents call for rebuilding mosques in India’s Hyderabad

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HYDERABAD, India:  Muslim groups and many Old City residents called on people to help rebuild mosques and spread brotherhood in the city. “We want to give a message to our youths to rehabilitate mosques by establishing prayers.  It’s time we took care of our historic structures,” said Asif Alam, a trader in Begum Bazaar, according …

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The Arab Spring ten years later

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All news articles, and this one in particular written by a former Israeli foreign minister, are being shared for information purposes only. We do not necessarily support their views. TEL AVIV: When the struggling street vendor Mohamed Bouazizi set himself alight in Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia, on December 17, 2010, he could not possibly have imagined …

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