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Lebanon’s Largest known “Sex Slave” Operation Busted

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LEBANON’S LARGEST KNOWN “SEX SLAVE” OPERATION BUSTED By Soura Alzubeidi Local Lebanese officers uncovered in what is known as the country’s largest known sex trafficki

Churches pray for refugees on fifth anniversary of Syrian civil war

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Churches pray for refugees on fifth anniversary of Syrian civil war(RNS) As the civil war in Syria enters its sixth year, Christians across the U.S. are taking to prayer.On Tuesda

Lush Fresh Cosmetics Welcomes Refugees

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By Laura Fawaz, Contributing Reporter “The current situation in Syria, and the journey for those forced to leave their homes seeking safety from the violence, is heartbreaking

Carry The Future helps Syrian refugees on the move

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By Laura Fawaz TMO Contributing Reporter “I got back on November 9th, and there hasn’t been a day since that I haven’t thought about them,” said Vice President of

MP CM floored seeing talent in Muslim students, announces Rs.10000/- each for all 117

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  By Pervez Bari Muslim Mirror News Bhopal, December 31: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan seeing in flesh and blood the rich crop of talent in

To counter Islam’s critics, imam says Muslims need to relearn faith

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Umar Farooq Religion News Service ISTANBUL -- In the bustling conservative Fatih district, Fadel Solimon looks at the floor and nods as a young woman asks him for advice

Saudi Arabia stifled true death count in hajj stampede: 2,411

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RNS staff A horrific stampede in Mina in September actually killed at least 2,411 pilgrims, more than three times the number that Saudi Arabia, which controls safety at the

Boko Haram bombs Shia procession in Nigeria

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Reuters LAGOS - Militant Islamist group Boko Haram has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing on a procession of Shia Muslims that killed at least 21 people in norther

For Syrian refugees, faith groups want a US welcome mat

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Lauren Markoe   Religion News Service Religious groups are pushing back against a wave of opposition toward Syrian refugees and working to preserve the U.S. as a haven