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The siege referred to in this hadith was when the combined forces of major Arabian tribes, together with their Jewish allies, besieged Madinah, with the declared aim of exterminating Islam and all Muslims. The Prophet and his companions dug a moat
There are many who follow after wine, women, and song. They are looking for all the goods that than they can possibly acquire. But the Bible says that there's a way that seems right, yet the end of that same way is death and eternal
The siege referred to in this Hadith was when the combined forces of major Arabian tribes, together with their Jewish allies, besieged Madinah, with the declared aim of exterminating Islam and all Muslims. The Prophet and his companions dug a moat
A survey just released on what could be the last time of a National Day of Prayer ever under law (68th), shows some interesting results. Remember that there is only one race that counts, the human one. And that we are all racing towards
Federal authorities are offering up to $25,000 for any information that helps them solve the case of Tabitha Tuders, an East Nashville teenager who disappeared seven years ago yesterday. Metro Police and FBI agents went door to door in Tuders�
The $4,000 reward, offered in addition to the $1,000 offered by Crime Stoppers, expires on the one-year anniversary of Pruitt�s death.
A reward of more than $120,000 has been posted to help solve the 30-year mystery of the disappearance of a Kiwi woman in Sydney. Australian police are examining possible links with known killers and underworld figures in the 1980s – including Mr Asia
The Australian government is offering a reward of $100,000 for clues to a missing woman of New Zealand - she had come to Australia 30 years back and has not been heard of since. Hence the attractive reward - the authorities expect some witness
The Humane Society of the United States is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of whoever was responsible for the severe injuries suffered by a pit bull found in March. Louisville Metro
The woman, dressed in pink, is not considered a suspect, but police hope to question her in the disappearance of Angela Jaramillo. The 16-year-old Molina High School student went missing Jan. 23 after leaving her home late that night to go to a party.