• EGYPT \ Jul 27, 2001
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    The decision contradicts an earlier ruling by another religious authority, Egypt's Grand Mufti, that shows modelled on the British show 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire' were un-Islamic.

    BBC, July 26, 2001
    'Millionaire' fatwa rejected
  • JORDAN \ Jul 24, 2001
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    Ministry Uses Gilead Summer Camps to Present Gospel. More than 150 youngsters choose to follow Christ

    ASSIST News Service, July 20, 2001
  • PERSIAN GULF \ Jul 20, 2001
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    Christian hospital worker in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia was arrested by the Police for holding Bible Study meetings in his home. His computer was also taken. Fellow Christians are concerned that the personal files on his computer may have contained the names and addresses of other Christians

    Christian News Today
  • PALESTINE \ Jul 19, 2001
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    The town of the birth of Jesus is a stage of continous violence in the last few days

    Special for Come and See
    Bethlehem under attack
  • TOP STORIES \ Jul 19, 2001
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    A living museum recreating Nazareth as it was 2,000 years ago is struggeling to survive massive cancellations of trips to Israel.

    Special for Come and See
    Nazareth Village asking for Help
  • JORDAN \ Jul 16, 2001
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    "The council has said no to registering us as a seminary, with religion as our only discipline," seminary president Dr. Imad Shehadeh confirmed in May. "But they haven't answered us yet on our application to become a university, with several disciplines."

    Compass, July 16, 2001
    Jordanian Seminary Registration Still in Limbo
  • ISRAEL \ Jul 15, 2001
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    New immigrants and born-again Christians are coming to Ariel, but Israelis are mostly afraid to visit. Mayor Ron Nachman blames it all on the media

    By Daniel Ben Simon, Haaretz, July 13, 2001
    Donations in the name of God
  • PERSIAN GULF \ Jul 13, 2001
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    A witness of a Christian friend from his hometown finally hit home. It was some 18 months later when he made a commitment of his heart and will to Christ

    July 22, Compass
    Iraqi Convert Couple Stranded
  • PERSIAN GULF \ Jul 12, 2001
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    A pupil in the United Arab Emirites crossed out a comprehension passage in his English textbook on the basis that it was against Islamic beliefs.
    The teacher decided to drop it from the dictation text.

    Sharjah, By Doaa Zeitoun, Gulf News, 10-07-2001
    English-language textbooks 'must comply with Islamic beliefs'