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Selawat dan salam ke atas junjungan besar Muhammad SAW.


1.Afghan protests continue over Quran burning

The fourth straight day of protests over the burning of Qurans at a US-led base in Afghanistan have led to the death of 11 Afghans, including a protester who was shot dead in the capital Kabul.
Friday's deaths, the most since protests began on Tuesday, bring the four day total to 25 dead, including two US soldiers.
Earlier on Friday, seven protesters were killed in the western city of Herat, where protesters tried to storm the US consulate. Another protester died in the Pol-e-Khomri area of northern Baghlan province. Two deaths were also reported in the eastern province of Khost.
Hundreds of demonstrators marched toward the palace of Hamid Karzai, the Afghan president, chanting "Death to America!", prompting security forces to fire into the air in an attempt to disperse them.

2.UFO shocks Brazilians

An identified metal sphere has plunged from the sky on unsuspecting villagers in northern Brazil, causing an uproar. According to eyewitnesses, the UFO weighs about 50 kilograms and measures roughly one meter in diameter.

The sphere fell on Wednesday in a village of Riacho dos Poços in Brazilian Maranhão state. No casualties were reported apart from an unfortunate cashew tree that was severed by the object as it plunged to the ground, according to MR NOTÍCIAS, a Mata Roma news site.

3.Pagan meets present as Russians celebrate Pancake Week

As Russians stuff themselves with pancakes all week, RT went out to join the festivities and find out where the best venues are to celebrate Maslenitsa in Moscow.

Maslenitsa is a traditional festival that marks the arrival of spring. As is the case with many ancient holidays, Maslenitsa has a dual ancestry – both pagan and Christian.
On the pagan side, Maslenitsa was celebrated on the day of the vernal equinox. It marked the welcoming of spring, and was all about the reawakening of nature and the rejuvenating effects of the sun’s warmth.

4.Friendship Under Fire

Next month, U.S. President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will hold a key meeting over the Iranian nuclear challenge that will test their sometimes rocky relationship. After a weekend visit by National Security Advisor Tom Donilon to Israel, the White Houseannounced this week that Obama will host Netanyahu in Washington on March 5. This will be an opportunity for the two leaders to synchronize their positions on Iran. Whether they can reach some common ground -- now or in the near future -- could be a decisive factor in Israel's decision-making on whether to strike Iran sometime this year.

 5.Mufti Menk in Malaysia,Fiqh Ummah Convention


On Feb. 3, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's security forces began a bombardment of Homs, one of the centers of the revolt against the regime. Over the succeeding 20 days, the assault reduced the city to rubble. Mulham al-Jundi, a member of the opposition Syrian National Council (SNC), recently traveled to Homs to provide an up-close look at the destruction wrought in what has become the single greatest confrontation between Assad and his rivals. These are his photos, which he originally placed on his Facebook page.

Dari Hudzaifah bin Yaman R.A, Rasulullah SAW bersabda, "Siapa yang tidak ihtimam (peduli) terhadap urusan umat Islam, maka bukan golongan mereka." (HR At-Tabrani)


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