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Ireland aims to be home of Islamic finance in EuropeCountry/Region: Europe, Ireland
Ireland has launched a bid to become the home of Islamic finance
in Europe as it seeks to rebuild its once dominant financial
Ireland’s newly appointed taoiseach, Enda Kenny, told the Irish Funds Industry Association (IFIA) that he was doing everything he could to "ensure" Dublin became "a centre of excellence for Islamic finances".
“BBC is anti-Christian”, according to its own survey
A survey conducted by the BBC shows that the Corporation is regarded as anti-Christian, with Christians often portrayed with “derogatory stereotypes” and presented as “weak” and “bigoted”.
UK universities “complacent” over Islamic extremism, Home Secretary warns
British Home secretary, Theresa May, has criticised universities for being “complacent” in tackling Islamic extremism and admitted that money from the £63 million anti-extremism budget has been given to groups that promote hardline beliefs.
New Bill to tackle Sharia Courts and discrimination against Muslim women
Sharia Courts in England and Wales will be committing an offence punishable by a five-year prison sentence if they falsely claim or imply legal jurisdiction over criminal or family law, under a new Bill introduced in the House of Lords yesterday.
Operation Nehemiah: News and Prayer Update #24
Tower Hamlets petition Queen for “city”;
Fifty churches to host Quran readings across America;
Christians in the UK are being persecuted - MP;
Islamists “may continue on Olympic mega-mosque site”;
Islamists “may continue on Olympic mega-mosque site”
Separatist Islamist sect Tablighi Jamaat may continue to use the temporary mosque on the site of their proposed Olympic mega-mosque at West Ham, London, after a Government Planning Inspector overruled the local council’s eviction notice.
Tower Hamlets petition Queen for “city” status
Lutfur Rahman, the mayor accused of having links with an Islamic extremist organisation, has backed a proposal for Tower Hamlets in London to become its own city.