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11 resultados para 'muslims'

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14:03

Local

Muslims share Ramadan with Christians and Jews

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The Muslim community in Malaga invited representatives of the Jewish and Christian religions to the city's mosque on Thursday last week to mark together the ”break of the fast” ceremony, celebrated every day of the month of Ramadan at sunset. This is

14:50

Gibraltar

Gibraltar bans the release of helium balloons to protect the environment

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...founded in Britain which is concerned about the welfare of animals. The Alliance's member organisations and individual members include Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Jains, Jews, Muslims and Sikhs who are united by their common concern for animals, based

14:55

Local

Human remains thought to date from Islamic era unearthed during works

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Muslims dating back to the 11th- century Ziri dynasty and certainly predate the Encarnación church, which is where the bones were discovered. " The human remains present the characteristics of a Muslim burial ritual, as the bodies are on their right side

16:50

Opinion

Veganuary

ANDREW J. LINN

...many people will consider an extreme level by the Mormons, who fast on the first day of every month. Christians have their Lenten period, and if we add in the Jews, Buddhists, Muslims, Taoists, Hindus, etc, the list is almost endless. The reality is ... that there are two ways to fast: either by eliminating a type of food, or by going without food completely for a period. This puts Muslims, for example, at a severe inconvenience in comparison with other religions, as even on the hottest days during ... cannot be too far off when Muslims will have a little, mullah-approved, pill they can take during Ramadan that will stave off hunger and thirst during the day.

13:29

Local

Marbella celebrates past and present

Nieves Castro

It was 11 June 1485 when King Ferdinand the Catholics took the town of Marbella from the Muslims. The walls, the remains of the Alcazaba and the Royal Hospital are all that remain from that era. Horses, men in armour and other costumes of the time,

18:10

Travel

Fez, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...part of the adventure, but if you're looking for a guide, Plan It Morocco is consistently well-reviewed. Madrasas and merdesas Although mosques are only open to Muslims, some of the city's historic Islamic colleges are open to visitors and each

12:24

LifeStyle

A graveyard with a curious history

Tony Bryant

...distinguished residents. Opened in January 1969, the secluded necropolis is situated above the town's old bullring and has panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and the coastline. The cemetery has no religious restrictions, and so Muslims, Catholics,

18:10

Travel

Fez, authentically Moroccan

Andrew Forbes

...to when each imperial dynasty tried to outdo the last with highly-decorated mosques and religious colleges. Fez was a city that grew over the centuries through immigration, including Jews and Muslims from Tunisia and the east, and refugees from

14:10

LifeStyle

Benalmádena: The story behind a name

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...conflict between Christians and Muslims in Spain and Portugal. Benalmádena's history, however, dates much further back. Data that shows that the town was already populated 18,000 years ago, in the Solutrean period of the High Paelaeolithic, although