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18:22, 14 August 2018 Tuesday
Interviews & In Depth

15:45, 25 July 2017 Tuesday
Navaid Aziz The period of communicating with people only in

Navaid Aziz, a Canadian imam, despite his young age, has a considerable reputation among Muslims living in the world, especially in the geographical regions that we call the West. Deniz Baran made an interview about his work.

16:18, 08 June 2017 Thursday
A voice to the world from Chicago Dr Umar Faruq

Umar Faruq Abd-Allah was born in Columbus in the US state of Nebraska in 1948. Born into a protestant family, Wymann-Landgraf spent his childhood years in Athens, a small town of Georgia. Both of his parents were teaching at Georgia University.

16:26, 08 May 2017 Monday
The idea of the Muslim world

Roughly one fifth of people now living are Muslims. Their societies are located in every corner of the globe and vary in language, ethnicity, political ideology, nationality, culture, and wealth.

14:18, 02 January 2016 Saturday
What is going on in Kashmir The interview with Muzammil

Deniz Baran interview Muzzammi Thakur who answers crucial questions regarding the issue of Kashmir

17:36, 17 September 2015 Thursday
Media Voices of Africa with Shafiq Morton

Well-known Cape Town photo-journalist, radio show host tells about concept of media representation and depiction of and within Africa is explored

10:04, 12 September 2015 Saturday
Lebanese rubbish crisis not all as it seems

Various groups in Lebanon from different political backgrounds and sects have have come together to protest the governments failure and expressed their anger at the growing rubbish crisis.

10:44, 25 August 2015 Tuesday
Story of four Americans who became Muslim

We speak to four Muslims, who tell the story of their conversion to Islam

12:15, 26 February 2015 Thursday
Four years after uprising Egypt is back to square one

Four years after Egypt's 2011 uprising, raise suffering from unemployment, poor healthcare, electricity shortages

15:49, 25 February 2015 Wednesday
Khojaly massacre which scarred a nation

Today marks the 23rd anniversary of the killing of Azeri civilians in disputed circumstances during the bitter war for the Nagorno-Karabakh region.

09:46, 25 February 2015 Wednesday
Pipeline politics new gas route revives Russian rivalry with West

The planned new pipeline route traces the contours of Russia's surviving friendships in Europe.

09:33, 19 February 2015 Thursday
Hate crime charges in NC murders must clear tall legal

Prosecutors would have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that when Hicks killed the three Muslim-American students he was motivated by religious or ethnic animus

11:33, 17 February 2015 Tuesday
US media bias shown in coverage of Chapel Hill murders

‘Selective perception’ shown In mainstream media’s failure to adequately cover murders of 3 American Muslim students.

09:18, 17 February 2015 Tuesday
Australian documentary unspools race riots dating back to 19th century

"The Great Australian Race Riot" documents nine major riots since the mid-19th century, beginning with sectarian violence between Irish Catholics and British Protestants living in Melbourne

11:25, 10 February 2015 Tuesday
Japan global PR message could misfire with focus on wartime

Experts said government efforts to seek changes in historical accounts would be counter-productive, since it would keep the issue of Japan's wartime past in public focus.

13:33, 03 February 2015 Tuesday
Hardline Indian Hindus become Modi's enemies from within

Hardline Hindu politicians impatient with Modi's refusal to champion their cause are beginning to advance their own agendas.

11:13, 03 February 2015 Tuesday
Details of the U S -India nuclear deal

India will launch a campaign to explain the agreement to the public.

17:46, 25 January 2015 Sunday
US ambivalence towards Moscow talks shows pressure easing on Syria's

Since launching a military campaign last year against the hardline ISIL group in Syria and Iraq, Washington is now less focused than before on seeking Assad's downfall

12:14, 25 January 2015 Sunday
Yemen risks disintegration as south rejects Shi'ite group's takeover

The emerging fragmentation of the Arabian Peninsula country has sparked fears of the "Somalisation" of a state

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