20 August 2014

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Militant groups first enemy of Islam, says Saudi Arabia's Grand Mufti

Militant groups first enemy of Islam, says Saudi Arabia's Grand MuftiRIYADH: Saudi Arabia's Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdulaziz Al al-Sheikh Tuesday termed extremist militant groups as "the first enemy of Islam" and stressed that the ideas of extremism and terrorism do not belong to Islam at all.Referring to the Islamic State Sunni extremist group and Al Qaeda-affiliated groups in a statement titled "Foresight and Remembrance", the Grand Mufti said more dangerous ideas are those ideas that are being marketed in the name of religion, the official Saudi Press Agency reported."These

AirAsia profit jumps despite ‘challenging’ climate

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia-based AirAsia on Wednesday announced a sixfold increase in second-quarter net profit as Asia’s budget travel leader increased revenue despite what it called a “challenging” aviation environment.Net profit was 367.2 million ringgit ($115 million), up from 58.3 million ringgit in the same quarter of 2013.AirAsia said the jump was mainly due to foreign exchange gains on borrowings.But it said revenue also grew five percent to 1.31 billion ringgit as passenger numbers increased

Afghanistan orders US reporter to leave over election story

KABUL  Afghanistan on Wednesday ordered a New York Times correspondent to leave the country after he wrote an article saying government ministers and officials were threatening to seize power to end a stand-off over election results.The attorney general's office said the article was "against the national interests and the national security of Afghanistan" and that Matthew Rosenberg must leave within 24 hours.The move underlined fears that media freedoms gained since the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001 are

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