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Israel set to make Arabs second class citizens

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AFTER an angry debate, the Israeli cabinet has endorsed a controversial bill declaring the country a Jewish state, a move

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Soccer racism raises concern in Israel, report

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With 10 minutes left to play, Dzhabrail Kadiev, a Muslim soccer player from Chechnya, took the field for the first

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Protesters criticize discrimination against women

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Lebanese activists held a demonstration on Sunday in Martyrs Square in downtown Beirut to protest the discrimination against Lebanese women

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Tibetan students protest, four more self-immolate

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More than 20 Tibetan students were injured during a protest in the Qinghai province of China over a controversial book

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Egypt recalls envoy to Israel after Gaza strike

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Egypt’s Islamist president recalled the country’s ambassador to Israel to protest its strikes in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday after

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Educated Saudi women face a brick wall of restrictions

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Manar Saud graduated in May from Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia, with a master’s degree in organizational leadership, paid for

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Concern over Iran female student rights

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AS Iran’s academic year kicked off on Saturday, a US-based rights group raised concern about new restrictions putting scores of

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Romney attacked Obama for refusing to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

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WHITE House contender Mitt Romney has attacked President Barack Obama for “refusing to recognise Jerusalem” as the capital of Israel

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Saudi women postpone driving protest after prince’s death

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Saudi female activists who had been expected to brave a driving ban have postponed a planned day of action for

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Amnesty International finds anti-Muslim bias in Europe

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Human rights group Amnesty International says Muslims who openly show their faith suffer widespread discrimination in Europe. In a new

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