Staff Reporter

Extortionate rates in Mecca an obstacle to Ramadan pilgrims

by Staff Reporter - 10th August 2011

Greedy hoteliers and gigantic architecture are undermining the fifth pillar of Islam – the hajj – claim believers.

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‘Muslims will suffer more than Copts’ after Egypt’s revolution

by Staff Reporter - 22nd June 2011

The world must heed the likely chilling effect of Islamic religious constraints on Egypt’s middle-class revolution, says a prominent church leader.

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Salafi mosque gets go-ahead – led by team that looks after royal palaces

by Staff Reporter - 25th May 2011

Royal palaces’ consultancy team will lead effort to build super-mosque in London’s east end - but Muslims say appeal decision is short-sighted.

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