Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Woman Booked For Declaring Herself Prophet in Pakistan

Damascus families flock to the Arnus garden in an attempt to relax and forget the war. (Photo courtesy: File photo: Reuters)

Iranian Swimmer Denied Record Because Her 'Feminine Features' Were Visible
Bali Governor Airs Support for Miss World Pageant
Female Police Constable Shot Dead in Swat
Daughter of Libya's Ex-Spy Chief, Abduallah el-Senoussi Abducted
Asma Al-Assad Seen Splurging While Country Burns
Damascus residents retreat to parks to forget the war
Marriage Annulled As Palestine Sharia Court Rules Baby Illegitimate
12-Year-Old Saudi Girl Cleared Of HIV Given Warm Welcome
5,000 Qatari Women Benefit From Health Insurance Scheme
Central Java: Painting For Women’s Struggles
Father of Abha Assault Victim Appeals Verdict
Court Of Appeals Delays Execution of Saudi Rapist, Dubbed ‘Human Wolf’
Compiled by New Age Islam News Bureau

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