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Eid Milad-Un-Nabi, marking the birthday of Prophet Mohammad, was celebrated here with the traditional fervour.
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Cellular phone services will remain suspended in many parts of Pakistan on Tuesday as the government beefed up security arrangements ahead of Rabi-ul-Awwal, the Birthday of the Holy Prophet Mohammad.
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A Saudi blogger jailed in 2012 for publishing an imaginary conversation with Islam`s Prophet Mohammad on Twitter walked free early on Tuesday, his friend and a lawyer said, though there was no comment from the government.
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Shia Muslims requested Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and UN to protect shrines following Free Syrian Army`s attack on holy shrine of Bibi Zainab (AS) in Damascus on July 19.
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Milad-un-Nabi, the birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammad, is being celebrated across the country on Friday with religious fervour and traditional gaiety.
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The book was found inside a leather cover in a cave in the mountains south of the city of Dhale in the southern Yemen.
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The Saudi government called for greater international cooperation to censor such material at the source, comparing it to outlawed content such as images of child abuse and malicious software.
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The US has condemned a Pakistani minister’s offer of 100,000 dollars for the death of an anti-Islam film maker.
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Pak`s telecom operators lost Rs 450 million due to the blocking of mobile phones in 15 cities across the country that cut-off over 50 mn people.
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An anti-American wave has swept across the Middle East and North Africa in the past few days over the film that allegedly insults Islam.
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A Norwegian of Chinese Muslim origin with links to al Qaeda was convicted of plotting to blow up a Danish newspaper.
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The weekly Charlie Hebdo defended "the freedom to poke fun" in the four-page supplement.
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