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2008-07-29 Ayidh al-Qurni on High Prices
In a Ramadan address, Shaykh Ayidh al-Qurni calls on governments to help alleviate the suffering of the world's poor that has been deepened by the ongoing inflation in th...
2008-07-30 Saudi religious police ban pet cats and dogs
Saudi Arabia's religious police have announced a ban on selling cats and dogs as pets, or walking them in public in the Saudi capital, because of men using them as a mea...
2008-08-01 Calls to enroll women in council of scholars
Inspired by the recent announcement made by the Grand Mufti of Syria Sheikh Ahmad Badr Al-Din Hassoun, Saudi scholars are now opening a heated debate about whether or not...
2008-08-02 Women can issue Fatwas, be Muftis, says senior Shaykh
A senior member of the Board of Senior Ulemas has said women are allowed to join the board in order to break the monopoly held by men. Sheikh Abdullah Al-Manea said wome...
2008-08-13 Removal of respirators 'not permissible'
The Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, Shaikh Abdul Aziz Bin Abdullah Al Shaikh, has said that the removal of respirators from brain-dead patients and babies born with disabil...
2008-08-18 Renovated Masaa to be ready in Ramadan
MAKKAH: The Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques is set to open the ground floor of the entire Masaa area (the area between mounts Safa and Marwah) this Ramadan. ...
2008-08-19 Quran Printing Complex distributes over 216 Million copies
King Fahd Complex for the Printing of the Holy Quran distributed a total of 1,034,847 Noble Quran copies of various versions during the Month of Rajab corresponding to th...
2008-08-19 Grand mufti rejects Al-Oadah's fatwa
Celebrating birthdays and wedding anniversaries has no base in Islam, Saudi Arabia's Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Alsheikh has said. The mufti made the comments whil...
2008-08-20 24-hour mosques during Ramadan
The Ministry of Islamic Affairs is ready with new plans for the holy month of Ramadan. Many mosques will be open 24 hours for people to worship at their convenience. "Spe...
2008-08-21 More judges pronouncing alternative sentences
MAKKAH: Discretionary substitute sentences have become an alternative form of punishment meted out by Saudi judges for crimes that do not normally invite capital punishme...
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