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Brazilian Ex-Gangster Finds Islam

Brazilian Ex-Gangster Finds Islam

A Brazilian ex-gangster has reverted to Islam, taking the shahada (Islamic declaration of faith) and sharing his story with members of da`wah project WhyIslam who are currently visiting Brazil during the ongoing World Cup tournament. “Everyone on the Street has faith,” Umair, who took the shahada only two months ago in Brazil, told members of WhyIslam da`wah team. “We just need to reach out to them to reform and accept Islam,” he added, sharing his story on transition from street life to Islam. His goal is to be steadfast in Islam and to invite others to Islam by doing...

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Florida man demands right to wed computer

Chris Sevier, a man from Florida, USA believes he should legally be allowed to marry his Apple Macbook, a gadget he has fallen in love with. He told a court  in Florida that over time, he began preferring the company of his computer rather than that of women. This appears to be not a passing holiday romance, but a lifelong commitment. Mr Sevier, who describes himself as “a former judge advocate and combat veteran”, is persistent, filing claims not only in Florida but also Utah. Mr Sevier apparently sought a marriage licence for himself and his “machine spouse”, but...

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Arrival of Muslims in early Australia

Few Australians are aware that the country’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people had regular contact with foreign Muslims long before the arrival of European colonisers. And Islam continues to exercise an appeal for some Aboriginal peoples today. The white lines are faint but unmistakable. Small sailing boats, picked out in white and yellow pigment on the red rocks of the Wellington Range in Arnhem Land, northern Australia, tell a different story from the one most Australians accept as the history of their nation. They are traditional Indonesian boats known as praus and they brought Muslim fishermen from the...

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Catholic college students join ISIS

Two students who attended St David’s Catholic Sixth Form College in UK went to Syria to join the group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS). Two of the three British men in the recruitment video posted by ISIS had attended the same Catholic college in Cardiff. Nasser Muthana and Reyaad Khan, both 20, are seen in the 13-minute ISIS video calling on other British Muslims to join the fighting in Syria and Iraq. A third British man in the video is from Aberdeen....

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