1. China warns citizens in Algeria of al Qaeda threat
    BEIJING (Reuters) – China has warned its citizens in Algeria about possible attacks from al Qaeda in retribution for a Chinese government crackdown in the Muslim region of Xinjiang, as it upped the death toll from this month’s ethnic riots.
  2. Sudanese Women Flogged for Wearing Trousers
    CAIRO, (AP) – Sudanese police arrested 13 women in a raid on a cafe and flogged 10 of them in public for wearing trousers in violation of the country’s strict Islamic law, one of those arrested said Monday.
  3. Chopper shot down in Afghanistan, 6 killed
    At least six people have been killed after militants shot down a helicopter belonging to contractors working for international forces in the war ravaged Afghanistan
  4. No regrets for mosque demolition, says Hindu nationalist party
    New Delhi: Two weeks after an inquiry commission came out with its overdue report on the December 6, 1992 demolition of the Babri Masjid (mosque) in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh and indicted top Hindu nationalist political leaders, Rightwing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has said it is not apologetic about the incident.
  5. Iranian Women stage protest in front of German embassy in Tehran
    A group of Iranian women gathered in front of German embassy in Tehran to protest against the murder of the Egyptian Muslim lady Marwa Sherbini in a German courtroom by a racist man.
  6. The protest conference of 5000 Pakistani clergyman
    Five thousand Pakistani clergymen gathered in Islamabad to protest the Pakistani Shias massacre.
  7. Anti-Shia Saudi Cleric dies
    His intolerant fatwas and statements promoted intolerance, violence, or hatred, especially against Shias. These fatwas pose a grave threat not only the population of the Arabian Peninsula but the neighbor countries and they led Muslim Youths to join with the so-called Jihad against Muslems in other countries.