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Member of the Municipal Council, Mane Al-Ajmi stressed that the formal approval granted by the Ministry of Awqaf to construct a new church building should not be understood to mean that the Municipality has completely approved of the request. He
The Ministry of Awqaf and Religious Affairs exhibition, 'Religious Tolerance in Oman', began in the German capital, Berlin. The exhibition will continue throughout the holy month of Ramadan. The exhibition was launched at the 'Werkstatt der Kulturen'
The Awqaf and Religious Affairs Ministry yesterday dismissed alleged rumours circulated through SMS and on the social networking sites about the dates of the Holy Month of Ramadan and Eid al Fitr. The Ministry said that such information is inaccurate
Dr Al-Falah made the call at the inaugural session of a forum, themed Pioneers of Islam, Imam Al-Bukhari as an example, organized by the charitable association, Marabrrat Al-Al Wa-Al-Ashab (family and companions of the Prophet), under sponsorship of
Are Egyptian mosques' call to prayer a role model for Indonesia's? Giving a speech at a conference of the Indonesian Mosque Council, Indonesia's Vice President, Dr Boediono, made this comment about the call to prayer (a.k.a. adzan) at Indonesian
The Ministry said that the power crisis and shortage of fuel caused much damage in the Ministry's operations, including stoppage of life-supporting devices several time per day. Ministry of Detainees announced the launch of the international
The Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs looks for imams to stay committed to regulations that prohibits using mosques as locations to discuss political subjects or spread sectarian messages, as worship places around the country featured their first
The Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs is keen on having a suitable approach to monitor Shiite mosques, but there was no legislation nor law obliging the Ministry to monitor the mourning houses of Shiites, a senior ministry official said Tuesday.
Five government departments received job applications from stateless residents on Monday, the first day on which the government allowed bedoons to apply for work in the public sector. However, the Ministry of Education(MoE) refused to accept any
Fourth time lucky for kiswa thieves Just who is responsible for the theft of two of the historic embroidered pieces of Al-Kaaba fabric covers known as the kiswa, Nevine El-Aref asks Last Wednesday, the people of Cairo woke up to a piece of bad news.