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      G–20 FOR TOUGHER REGULATIONS
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Barbara Ferguson | Arab News Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah is greeted by US President George W. Bush at the G–20 summit in Washington on Saturday. (Reuters) WASHINGTON: Leaders of the world’s 20 largest economies yesterday thrashed out steps to reverse a looming global recession and prevent futur >>>


      INDIAN EXHIBITION IN DAMMAM DRAWS BIG CROWD OF SAUDIS, EXPATS
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Md. Rasooldeen | Arab News RIYADH: The INDIA CATEX–2008, held at the premises of Asharqia Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Dammam during the weekend drew a huge crowd from the local business community and expatriate businessmen who were interested in promoting business with India.

The show organized by >>>


      JAPAN GOVT HONORS AL–JERAISY
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Ghazanfar Ali Khan | Arab News Japanese Ambassador Shigeru Nakamura, left, with Abdulrahman Al–Jeraisy after decorating him with ‘The Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Star’ in Riyadh yesterday. (AN photo) RIYADH: A prominent Saudi businessman Abdulrahman Ali Al–Jeraisy was conferred here yesterday wi >>>


      PAKISTAN SECURES $7.6BN IMF LOAN
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Azhar Masood | Arab News ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has agreed to borrow $7.6 billion from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to stave off a balance of payments crisis.

«This (bailout) is part of a broader package that includes financing from other multilateral institutions and regional development banks,&raq >>>


      SAUDI STOCKS DIVE TO ALMOST 5–YEAR LOW
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Khalil Hanware | Arab News JEDDAH: The Saudi stock market plunged to almost five–year low yesterday as fears over the health of the global economy continued to haunt the bourse.

The Tadawul All–Share Index (TASI), which declined '.84 percent last week, likely to fall to below 5,000 mark this wee >>>


      50% RAISE IN ALLOWANCESFOR STUDENTS ABROAD
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Barbara Ferguson | Arab News WASHINGTON: Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah has announced the government’s decision to increase by 50 percent the allowances given to Saudi students pursuing higher studies abroad.

King Abdullah made this announcement while receiving a group of Saudi students at his >>>


      EP SCHOOL FIRES DISMISSED AS MINOR ACCIDENTS
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Faiz Al–Mazrouie | Arab News DAMMAM: At least 12 fires took place at various schools across the Eastern Province in the past 11 months, said Lt. Col. Mansour Al–Dosary, Civil Defense spokesman in the region.

«These were all minor incidents, which caused no serious injuries or damages,» s >>>


      HIGH–LEVEL SAUDI TEAM TO VISIT AMU, OSMANIA
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Aqeel Jamil | Arab News RENDITION: AMU alumni presenting the Aligarh Tarana at a function in Jeddah.

JEDDAH: A high–level Saudi delegation will visit India’s Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) and Osmania University, Hyderabad, for mutual cooperation in higher education, said professor Dr. Hashim Bakar Harir >>>


      PHILIPPINE EMBASSY MISSION RENEWS PASSPORTS IN AL–JOUF
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Abdul Aziz Abdul Wahid | Arab News Alex Vallespin, assistant attaché for overseas workers, poses with Filipino workers in Al–Jouf province. (AN photo by Abdul Aziz Abdul Wahid) AL–JOUF: The Philippine Embassy in Riyadh recently sent here an ‘Embassy on Wheels’ to render consular services and to Filipi >>>


      PRINCIPAL FACES PROBE FOR BEATING UP TEACHER
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Arab News JIZAN: The principal of a school in the southern town of Al–Aridah was suspended from work for beating a teacher after school hours in front of other teachers and students. The suspension will remain in force until an inquiry into what caused the fisticuffs is completed.

According to school sour >>>


      SAUDI RADIO HOSTS TALK SHOW ON EDUCATION
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Hussam Al–Mayman | Arab News RIYADH: Saudi Radio hosted yesterday members of the US Embassy’s Education Advising Office to speak on topics and programs to be discussed during International Education Week 2008, which begins tomorrow.

Karen Bauer, education adviser, and Hannah Draper, vice consul for educat >>>


      SRI LANKAN CHARITY TO HELP REPATRIATE COMATOSE MAID
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Md. Rasooldeen | Arab News RIYADH: A Colombo–based charity has come forward to arrange the repatriation of a Sri Lankan housemaid who has been in a coma for three months in a hospital in the Eastern Province.

Saroja Devi, 32, who is from Wilanagama, Alawatugoda, was admitted to Al–Musa Hospital, a p >>>


      TRAVELING TO BAHRAIN? CHANGE MONEY FIRST!
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Faiz Al–Mazrouie | Arab News DAMMAM: Saudi citizens who travel to Bahrain are complaining that fewer establishments are accepting the Saudi riyal, and instead are shafting Saudi visitors on the exchange rate. Dahi Al–Barak, a Saudi from Dammam, said that in the past he was not required to exchange currency. >>>


      ‘ISRAELI RAID KILLS 2 PALESTINIAN FIGHTERS’
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Hisham Abu Taha | Arab News GAZA: Two Palestinian fighters were killed and another critically wounded in an Israeli airstrike yesterday morning in the northern Gaza Strip, the medical sources and witnesses said.

However, an Israeli military spokesman denied that Israeli forces had launched any strike in the nor >>>


      ABBAS TO MEET OLMERT TOMORROW, SAYS EREKAT
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Mohammed Mar’i | Arab News RAMALLAH, West Bank: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert will meet next week in Jerusalem to discuss US–backed peace negotiations, a senior Palestinian official said yesterday.

«President Abbas will meet Olmert on Monday (Nov. 17) in >>>


      CALLING CARD LEGISLATION AFFECTS ARAB–AMERICANS
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Arab News SAN FRANCISCO, CA: On Oct. 6 the US House of Representatives moved to force companies that sell or distribute prepaid calling cards to describe any fees associated with the cards on packaging and in advertising. The legislation declared that the calling card industry is «plagued by fraudulent and decepti >>>


      CANADIAN WOMAN KIDNAPPED IN PAKISTAN
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Azhar Masood | Arab News ISLAMABAD: After diplomats now journalists have become target of either murder of abduction. A Canadian woman journalist working for Al–Jazeera English was abducted last week.

Javed Rana, a correspondent of Al–Jazeera based in Islamabad, told Arab News «Canadian journa >>>


      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     Real Estate GA 2008 Travel Week‘s End Anglo File Business in Brief No more senior appointments till after elections Advertisement Appointments of senior government officials will be limited immediately until a new government is formed after the February elections. The Civil Service Commission sent out instructions >>>


      INFLATION SLOWS – BUT NOT FOR THE POOR
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Moti Bassok The consumer price index for October rose by only 0.1%. Since the beginning of 2008 inflation has reached 4.5% and is running at 5.5% for the last 12 months, the Central Bureau of Statistics announced last Friday afternoon.

In light of the small increase, the governor of the Bank of Israel, Stanl >>>


      THE BOTTOM LINE / THE END OF THE INFLATION ERA
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Moti Bassok Inflation hit 5.5% over the past 12 months. This is not just very high, it is surprisingly so, well beyond the cabinet‘s annual inflation target of 1% to 3%. In fact, over the last three months it was even higher, 5.8% in annual terms.

In normal times, those of a stable, growing, developing >>>


      TREASURY ECONOMIC STIMULUS PLAN READY
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Moti Bassok The treasury will present its economic stimulus package tomorrow to head off the effects of the world economic crisis in Israel. Finance Minister Roni Bar–On and his director general, Yarom Ariav, will hold a press conference in Jerusalem tomorrow to announce their proposals.

The center of >>>


      CRUSHING THE TAHADIYEH
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Zvi Bar‘el Tags: Gaza Strip, Hamas A tunnel here, a roadside bomb there, mortar bombs, Qassams, border closures, border openings, an Israeli military force enters, "rapid and effective operations," four killed, another six killed. The chocks that have until now kept the lull in the Gaza Strip in place >>>


      LIBERALISM THAT WAS LAUGHED AT
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Yitzhak Laor Tags: Israel News, United States For years the concept of "reverse discrimination" and the idea behind it have been a subject of ridicule – that blacks receive preference over whites because they had been oppressed by slavery, without which America‘s accumulation of material wealth >>>


      PRINCES OF LIES
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Gideon Levy Tags: Likud, Dan Meridor The return of Benny Begin and Dan Meridor to Likud passed through the Israeli media without a hitch. There were those who, with the required politesse, reminded the two princes of their harsh statements made in the not–so–distant past against Benjamin Netanyahu, and th >>>


      SYRIA AND THE IRANIAN PATH
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Yossi Melman Tags: Iran, Israel News, Syria The discovery of enriched uranium at the Syrian military site that Israel bombed last year may be the first step toward revealing Syria‘s smoking gun. This week, International Atomic Energy Agency Director Mohamed ElBaradei will submit a report to the organization&lsq >>>


      THREATS TO OUR WATER SOURCES
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Haaretz Editorial Tags: Mekorot, Yarkon River Last week, thousands of dead fish turned up in the Yarkon River. In a span of a few days, flowing municipal and industrial waste dealt a critical blow to efforts to rehabilitate the river, which have been underway for over a decade.

The source of the incident was >>>


      15 EXTENDED BNEI MENASHE FAMILIES ALLOWED TO IMMIGRATE
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Anshel Pfeffer Fifteen extended families from India‘s Bnei Menashe community have received Israeli government permission to immigrate, in the name of "family reunification." Another 7,000 members of the group, which claims to be descended from one of the 10 Lost Tribes, remain in India.

Adver >>>


      800 YOUNG JEWISH LEADERS MEET TO POWWOW AND TOUR
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Raphael Ahren Some 800 young Jewish leaders will spend the day together today, touring and discussing, before the General Assembly of the United Jewish Communities opens this evening.

Dubbed Next Generation Day, this is the first year such an event will be held in conjunction with the GA.

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      ABBAS SPOKESMAN: BARAK W. BANK PLANS KILLS PEACE PROCESS
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Uri Blau, Avi Issacharoff and Barak Ravid The announcement that Defense Minister Ehud Barak had authorized the construction of dozens of new homes in the West Bank drew fire both in Israel and the Palestinian Authority, after the decision was publicized Monday in Haaretz.

Haaretz revealed that Barak had auth >>>


      AMOS OZ: NEW LEFT–WING PARTY WILL REPLACE LABOR
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Roni Singer–Heruti and Akiva Eldar, Haaretz Correspondents Tags: Meretz, Labor, Amos Oz "I hope the expanded leftist movement will become a replacement for the Labor Party," author Amos Oz told Haaretz on Saturday. "The Labor Party has finished its historic role, it isn‘t putting forward a >>>


      ANALYSIS / SECULAR CONVERSIONS BEGIN CAUTIOUSLY
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Shahar Ilan The founding document of the pluralistic conversion forum contains two main innovations. 1. It marks the beginning of secular conversions to Judaism.
2. Moderate Orthodox organization are willing to try to break the Chief Rabbinate‘s monopoly on conversion. In addition, converts who choose this >>>


      BILL‘S FOREIGN DEALS – AN ISSUE FOR HILLARY?
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By The Associated Press WASHINGTON – Former U.S. President Bill Clinton‘s globe–trotting business deals and fund–raising for his foundation sometimes put his activities abroad at odds with Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, and it could cause complications for her if U.S. President–elect Barack O >>>


      BLOGGER: FEDERATIONS MUST CONNECT WITH YOUNG JEWS
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Raphael Ahren As the founder of Jewlicious.com, a blog and Web site that caters to young Jewish people, David Abitbol was an obvious choice for the panel of Monday‘s General Assembly session, "Social Entrepreneurship: Reinvigorating the Jewish People for the 21st Century." However, Abitbol believes th >>>


      CEASE–FIRE SHAKY AFTER FRIDAY ATTACKS
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Amos Harel, Barak Ravid and Yanir Yagna Calm returned yesterday to the Gaza Strip and southern Israel a day after Palestinian militants fired a barrage of 17 Qassam and Grad rockets at Sderot, Ashkelon and their surroundings in response to the death of a Palestinian militant in Gaza. One woman was lightly hurt by shr >>>


      COURTS TO PERFORM SECULAR CONVERSIONS WHICH BYPASS RABBINATE
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Shahar Ilan Tags: Reform, Orthodox, Israel News The Knesset caucus for secular Judaism and organizations from all streams of Judaism have created a coalition of conversion courts independent from the Chief Rabbinate. The coalition, which was approved last week, is being coordinated by PANIM for Jewish Renaissance, an >>>


      DEALING WITH HAMAS / ‘TAHADIYEH LIGHT‘
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Amos Harel and Avi Issacharoff As things looked last night, it seems Hamas can confidently tack on a few advantage points recently accumulated in its conflict with Israel in the Gaza Strip. The massive barrage of Qassam rockets (as well as, in recent days, Katyushas and Grads) completely removed from Palestinian disc >>>


      GA TURNOUT DOWN 30% FROM LAST J‘LEM MEET
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Cnaan Liphshiz Attendance at the United Jewish Communities General Assembly, which opens today in Jerusalem, is down 30 percent compared to five years ago, when Israel last hosted the event. Head organizer Nachman Shai says the numbers actually indicate the event‘s success, considering that the world financial >>>


      LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     The British foreign secretary will only represent Britain in Damascus Advertisement Regarding Anshel Pfeffer and Barak Ravid‘s "Israel ired by U.K. plan to label W. Bank produce" (Haaretz, Nov. 14).

This article may have given the impression, based on a British newspaper report, that the British >>>


      ON J‘LEM MAIN DRAG, IT‘S NEARLY UNANIMOUS: WHAT‘S THE GA?
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Raphael Ahren "What is GA?" responded antiquarian David Stein last week when asked if he was preparing any special offers for the hundreds if not thousands of potential customers about to arrive in Jerusalem from North America. "General Assembly," explained Mordechai Cohen, a native Californian li >>>


      POLICE: NEW FOCUS IN OLMERT PROBE
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Jonathan Lis Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was questioned on Friday for the tenth time in recent months.

For the first time, the interview session dealt with what is known as the Investment Center and political appointments affair. The session was cut short after about '0 minutes by Olmert‘s request d >>>


      REPORT SUGGESTS OBAMA PRESS ISRAEL OVER NUKE PROGRAM
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Yossi Melman The Middle East is in danger of accumulating large stocks of nuclear material over the next decade that could be used to produce over 1,700 nuclear bombs, a U.S. research center has projected in a newly released report.

The Institute for Science and International Security, headed by David Albrig >>>


      RUSSIA EXPECTED TO BUY ISRAELI UAVS
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Yossi Melman Russia is expected to buy Israeli unmanned aerial vehicles, Russian media reported yesterday. This would be one of the few instances since the fall of the Soviet Union that Russia has acquired advanced military and technological equipment from Israel.

In the past, the two countries have signed s >>>


      STATE PROSECUTOR REJECTS CLAIMS THAT POLICE PROBE FORCED OLMERT TO RESIGN AS PM
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Tomer Zarchin State Prosecutor Moshe Lador yesterday rejected claims that the police and state prosecution had created a situation in which outgoing Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was forced to resign.

"Saying the state prosecution and the police brought about Olmert‘s resignation is untrue," Lad >>>


      U.S. SITE REVEALS SHIN BET CHIEF CANDIDATE‘S NAME
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Amos Harel The name of one of the candidates for the next head of the Shin Bet security service was revealed last week in the United States. The full name of Y., who until recently was a deputy chief and is expected to compete for the position of head of the service when Yuval Diskin leaves, appeared on a document he >>>


      UJC–ISRAEL DIRECTOR CALLED ON TO STEP DOWN AFTER JOINING KADIMA
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Cnaan Liphshiz The anti–corruption watchdog group Ometz is calling for the suspension of Nachman Shai, director general of the United Jewish Communities‘ Israel office, citing his entry into politics with Kadima.

Shai is the chief organizer of the UJC General Assembly, which is set to open toady >>>


      UNRWA HEAD IN GAZA: ISRAEL‘S POLICY STRENGTHENS EXTREMISTS
      Haaretz, 16-11-2008
     By Amira Hass GAZA – Israel‘s policies in the Gaza Strip are strengthening the stance of extremists there, the director of UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian refugees (UNRWA) in the coastal territory, John Ging, told Haaretz last week. By not easing restrictions at crossings into the Strip during the >>>


      HUILE D‘OLIVE: UN BON MILLÉSIME 2008 EN PERSPECTIVE
      APS, 16-11-2008
      ALGER – Grâce surtout ŕ des pluies abondantes et précoces, il y aura, cette année, de la belle olive et de la bonne huile, applaudissent les producteurs et les professionnels pour qui la récolte 2008 compterait parmi les meilleures de ces dix derni';res années. En Kabylie, im >>>


      LA PRÉSIDENTE D‘ARGENTINE EN VISITE D‘ETAT EN ALGÉRIE
      APS, 16-11-2008
      ALGER – La présidente de la République d‘Argentine, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, a entamé dimanche une visite d‘Etat de deux jours en Algérie, ŕ l‘invitation du président de la République, Abdelaziz Bouteflika.

Mme Kirchner a été accueilli >>>


      LA PRÉSIDENTE DE L‘ARGENTINE EN VISITE D‘ETAT EN ALGÉRIE LES 16 ET 17 NOVEMBRE
      APS, 16-11-2008
      ALGER – La présidente de la République d‘Argentine, Mme Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, est attendue dimanche ŕ Alger, pour une visite d‘Etat de deux jours en Algérie, ŕ l‘invitation du président de la République, M. Abdelaziz Bouteflika. Mme Kirchner, qui sera >>>


      AFGHAN GIRL SAYS ACID ATTACK WON‘T STOP HER LESSONS
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 16-11-2008
     By Mohammad Aziz – Sat Nov 15, 3:54 am ET KABUL (Reuters) – A victim of an acid attack on schoolgirls in Afghanistan said Saturday she was determined to stay in school and finish her education even if that meant risking death.

The girl, who gave her name as just Shamsia, was the most seriously injured of a grou >>>


      AFGHAN GOVERNOR TORCHES DRUGS SEIZED BY POLICE IN KANDAHAR PROVINCE
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 16-11-2008
     KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — The governor of Kandahar province lit a huge bonfire Saturday with drugs that Afghan police have seized in the past three years.

Ramatullah Raufi set the drugs on fire in an open field. He says the drugs have burned his country and that‘s why he torched them.

The drugs, wh >>>


      AFGHAN PRESIDENT STANDS UP TO CRITICS
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 16-11-2008
     The BBC‘s Lyse Doucet questions Afghan President Hamid Karzai on hopes for the future and the mistakes of the past.

As Senator Barack Obama prepares to take power in the White House, it is clear Afghanistan will be at the top of his foreign policy priorities, and it will be a policy of change. But does th >>>


      AFGHANISTAN ABYSS AWAITS OBAMA
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 16-11-2008
     The struggle for influencing Barack Obama‘s foreign policy agenda has begun in right earnest. The maneuvering by influential establishment figures – including Congressional voices, Obama advisors and even military officials – who are projecting incumbent Robert Gates as secretary of defense in the inco >>>


      AVICENNA, THE SAGE AND THE PHILOSOPHER
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 16-11-2008
     Ismail Salami, Press TV Abu Ali Al–Husayn ibn Abdullah ibn Sina known as Avicenna was born into a middle class family in Afshanah, near Bukhara. His father was a governor of the Samanid dynasty.

After the death of his father, he began a period of wandering and turmoil. He sojourned for some time in Gurgan >>>


      BROWN: CHINESE MAY JOIN AFGHAN MISSION
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 16-11-2008
     British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has announced the possibility of Chinese forces joining the multinational coalition in Afghanistan.

Brown told New York‘s Council on Foreign Relations on Friday of China‘s possible plans for deploying troops to the war–torn country, amid the worst fighting w >>>


      FACTBOX – SECURITY DEVELOPMENTS IN AFGHANISTAN, NOV 15
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 16-11-2008
     Nov 15 (Reuters) – Following are security developments in Afghanistan at 1300 GMT on Saturday: ZABUL – A local level Taliban commander, Obaid Agha, was killed in a police ambush in the southern province of Zabul on Friday night, said a deputy provincial police chief.

GHAZNI – Police and U.S.&n >>>


      GERMAN TROOPS TANK UP FOR AFGHAN MISSION
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 16-11-2008
     If Germany‘s defence ministry‘s figures are anything to go by, being a soldier in Afghanistan is clearly thirsty work.

According to military sources, around 1m litres of beer were shipped to German troops stationed in Afghanistan last year, as well as almost 70,000 litres of wine and sekt (German sp >>>


      GREEN ENERGY’ HELPS TO MOVE AFGHANISTAN FORWARD
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 16-11-2008
     By Army Sgt. Paul David Ondik BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan (American Forces Press Service) – Soldiers, government officials and journalists descended on Afghanistan’s Panjshir province yesterday for the grand opening of several developmental projects, including a «green energy» wind farm.

The wind f >>>


      PAKISTAN TORN OVER ITS TRIBAL AREAS
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 16-11-2008
     KARACHI – With the winter snows fast approaching, Pakistan‘s security forces face a race against time over whether or not to pull out of the Swat Valley in North–West Frontier Province (NWFP), where for the past one–and–a–half years they have been fighting a losing battle against mili >>>


      US SAYS AFGHANISTAN INSURGENT LEADER CAPTURED
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 16-11-2008
     By Heidi Vogt Associated Press Sat Nov 15, 7:27 am ET KABUL, Afghanistan – Afghan and coalition forces captured an insurgent leader in eastern Afghanistan, and in a separate operation 10 militants were killed in a firefight, the U.S.

military said Saturday. U.S. forces said they grabbed a "key insurgent le >>>


      ABROGATED VERSES
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Adil Salahi | Arab News It is mentioned in the Qur’an that God may decide to abrogate a verse or a ruling and replace it with something of similar or better message. As such verses remain part of the Qur’an, how are we to know which has been abrogated, and which is no longer valid to practice? (M.A. Mullick) Verse 106 o >>>


      GOD’S ABSOLUTE AUTHORITY
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Commentary by Sayyid Qutb Limitless in His glory is He who created all things in pairs: whatever the earth produces, their own human kind and other creatures of which they have no knowledge. Another sign for them is the night: We strip the daylight from it, and they are plunged in darkness. The sun also runs its set cou >>>


      THE PROPHET’S HAJ, STEP BY STEP [3]
      Arab News, 16-11-2008
     Adil Salahi | Arab News The articles in this series quote the detailed Hadith narrated by Jabir ibn Abdullah, describing the Prophet’s pilgrimage from the moment he announced his intention to do it. This Hadith provides the basis of most of the rulings concerning the performance of all pilgrimage rituals. We quote the H >>>


      AMIA: citan a Menem, acusado de obstruir la investigación
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      AMIA: citan a Menem, acusado de obstruir la investigación
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      AMIA: citan a Menem, acusado de obstruir la investigación
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      AMIA: citan a Menem, acusado de obstruir la investigación
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      AMIA: citan a Menem, acusado de obstruir la investigación
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      AMIA: citan a Menem, acusado de obstruir la investigación
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      AMIA: citan a Menem, acusado de obstruir la investigación
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Ordenan abrir un sumario contra Capaccioli por gastos suntuarios
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Ordenan abrir un sumario contra Capaccioli por gastos suntuarios
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Ordenan abrir un sumario contra Capaccioli por gastos suntuarios
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Ordenan abrir un sumario contra Capaccioli por gastos suntuarios
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Ordenan abrir un sumario contra Capaccioli por gastos suntuarios
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Ordenan abrir un sumario contra Capaccioli por gastos suntuarios
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Ordenan abrir un sumario contra Capaccioli por gastos suntuarios
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Tras el fallo de la Corte, la CTA le pedirá hoy al Gobierno la personería gremial
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Tras el fallo de la Corte, la CTA le pedirá hoy al Gobierno la personería gremial
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Tras el fallo de la Corte, la CTA le pedirá hoy al Gobierno la personería gremial
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Tras el fallo de la Corte, la CTA le pedirá hoy al Gobierno la personería gremial
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Tras el fallo de la Corte, la CTA le pedirá hoy al Gobierno la personería gremial
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Tras el fallo de la Corte, la CTA le pedirá hoy al Gobierno la personería gremial
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Tras el fallo de la Corte, la CTA le pedirá hoy al Gobierno la personería gremial
      Clarin, 16-11-2008
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      Hora 25 se hace global
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Crear opinión a ambos lados del Atlántico. Como un paso más en la expansión en castellano de Unión Radio en España, Estados Unidos y América Latina, a través de 500 emisoras y de Internet, arranca hoy Hora 25 Global (de 21.00 a 22.00, hora local). El espacio se incluye en la edición de los viernes del informativo de la SER Hora 25 (de 20.00 >>>


      Hora 25 se hace global
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Crear opinión a ambos lados del Atlántico. Como un paso más en la expansión en castellano de Unión Radio en España, Estados Unidos y América Latina, a través de 500 emisoras y de Internet, arranca hoy Hora 25 Global (de 21.00 a 22.00, hora local). El espacio se incluye en la edición de los viernes del informativo de la SER Hora 25 (de 20.00 >>>


      Hora 25 se hace global
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Crear opinión a ambos lados del Atlántico. Como un paso más en la expansión en castellano de Unión Radio en España, Estados Unidos y América Latina, a través de 500 emisoras y de Internet, arranca hoy Hora 25 Global (de 21.00 a 22.00, hora local). El espacio se incluye en la edición de los viernes del informativo de la SER Hora 25 (de 20.00 >>>


      Hora 25 se hace global
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Crear opinión a ambos lados del Atlántico. Como un paso más en la expansión en castellano de Unión Radio en España, Estados Unidos y América Latina, a través de 500 emisoras y de Internet, arranca hoy Hora 25 Global (de 21.00 a 22.00, hora local). El espacio se incluye en la edición de los viernes del informativo de la SER Hora 25 (de 20.00 >>>


      Hora 25 se hace global
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Crear opinión a ambos lados del Atlántico. Como un paso más en la expansión en castellano de Unión Radio en España, Estados Unidos y América Latina, a través de 500 emisoras y de Internet, arranca hoy Hora 25 Global (de 21.00 a 22.00, hora local). El espacio se incluye en la edición de los viernes del informativo de la SER Hora 25 (de 20.00 >>>


      Hora 25 se hace global
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Crear opinión a ambos lados del Atlántico. Como un paso más en la expansión en castellano de Unión Radio en España, Estados Unidos y América Latina, a través de 500 emisoras y de Internet, arranca hoy Hora 25 Global (de 21.00 a 22.00, hora local). El espacio se incluye en la edición de los viernes del informativo de la SER Hora 25 (de 20.00 >>>


      Hora 25 se hace global
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Crear opinión a ambos lados del Atlántico. Como un paso más en la expansión en castellano de Unión Radio en España, Estados Unidos y América Latina, a través de 500 emisoras y de Internet, arranca hoy Hora 25 Global (de 21.00 a 22.00, hora local). El espacio se incluye en la edición de los viernes del informativo de la SER Hora 25 (de 20.00 >>>


      "A mí la cámara me quiere"
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Miqui Puig (La Ametlla, Barcelona, 1'68) es al natural tan espídico como aparenta a través del televisor. Son las cosas del pluriempleo: esta semana le coincidían el final del concurso Factor X, donde ejercía de juez impertinente, y la presentación en la sala El Sol, anoche, de su apreciable nuevo disco en solitario, Impar. Ya en sus >>>


      "A mí la cámara me quiere"
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Miqui Puig (La Ametlla, Barcelona, 1'68) es al natural tan espídico como aparenta a través del televisor. Son las cosas del pluriempleo: esta semana le coincidían el final del concurso Factor X, donde ejercía de juez impertinente, y la presentación en la sala El Sol, anoche, de su apreciable nuevo disco en solitario, Impar. Ya en sus >>>


      "A mí la cámara me quiere"
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Miqui Puig (La Ametlla, Barcelona, 1'68) es al natural tan espídico como aparenta a través del televisor. Son las cosas del pluriempleo: esta semana le coincidían el final del concurso Factor X, donde ejercía de juez impertinente, y la presentación en la sala El Sol, anoche, de su apreciable nuevo disco en solitario, Impar. Ya en sus >>>


      "A mí la cámara me quiere"
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Miqui Puig (La Ametlla, Barcelona, 1'68) es al natural tan espídico como aparenta a través del televisor. Son las cosas del pluriempleo: esta semana le coincidían el final del concurso Factor X, donde ejercía de juez impertinente, y la presentación en la sala El Sol, anoche, de su apreciable nuevo disco en solitario, Impar. Ya en sus >>>


      "A mí la cámara me quiere"
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Miqui Puig (La Ametlla, Barcelona, 1'68) es al natural tan espídico como aparenta a través del televisor. Son las cosas del pluriempleo: esta semana le coincidían el final del concurso Factor X, donde ejercía de juez impertinente, y la presentación en la sala El Sol, anoche, de su apreciable nuevo disco en solitario, Impar. Ya en sus >>>


      "A mí la cámara me quiere"
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Miqui Puig (La Ametlla, Barcelona, 1'68) es al natural tan espídico como aparenta a través del televisor. Son las cosas del pluriempleo: esta semana le coincidían el final del concurso Factor X, donde ejercía de juez impertinente, y la presentación en la sala El Sol, anoche, de su apreciable nuevo disco en solitario, Impar. Ya en sus >>>


      "A mí la cámara me quiere"
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Miqui Puig (La Ametlla, Barcelona, 1'68) es al natural tan espídico como aparenta a través del televisor. Son las cosas del pluriempleo: esta semana le coincidían el final del concurso Factor X, donde ejercía de juez impertinente, y la presentación en la sala El Sol, anoche, de su apreciable nuevo disco en solitario, Impar. Ya en sus >>>


      "Dejémonos de excusas"
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Después de que Sergio Ramos declarara en una entrevista al Diario As que él se comía todos los marrones y que muchos de sus compañeros se intercambiaban las posiciones sin saber bien a qué atenerse, ayer algunos futbolistas volvieron a sacar el tema táctico. Le preguntaron a Schuster si no era conveniente cambiar de sistema -con la lesión d >>>


      "Dejémonos de excusas"
      El Pais, 16-11-2008
     Después de que Sergio Ramos declarara en una entrevista al Diario As que él se comía todos los marrones y que muchos de sus compañeros se intercambiaban las posiciones sin saber bien a qué atenerse, ayer algunos futbolistas volvieron a sacar el tema táctico. Le preguntaron a Schuster si no era conveniente cambiar de sistema -con la lesión d >>>



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