1. Blast leaves 18 Shia worshippers wounded in Iraq
    Eighteen worshippers were wounded when an improvised explosive device (IED) went off near a Shiite mosque north of al-Hilla city on Friday, a local police source said.
  2. Quran Contest for Children in Tatarstan
    A Quran competition for children will be held this weekend in the Russian Republic of Tatarstan, info-islam reports.
  3. Pakistan religious leader slams Europe ‘Hijab’ ban
    A senior Pakistani religious leader Friday slammed ban on Islamic veil and mosques minarets in some European countries and described the ban as an organized conspiracy against Islam and the Muslims.
  4. 80% of Iranian Students Demand Quran Interpretation Be Instructed in Universities
    According to research studies, 84% of university students believe that Quran interpretation must be taught in universities.
  5. Cleric paid the price for being Muslim?
    After more than a day at Delhi’s Tihar jail, and intense humiliation, Nurul Huda, an Islamic scholar is now a free man.
  6. The unknown Muslim
    Ever since the publication of the Sachar report, there has been considerable discussions about the socio-economic conditions of Indian Muslims.
  7. Qazvin named ECO calligraphy capital
    The city of Qazvin in western Iran has been selected as the calligraphy capital of the Economic Cooperation Organization by ECO member states
  8. ‘Inept’ US cannot fix Afghanistan: top Saudi prince
    RIYADH – An “inept” United States cannot fix Afghanistan’s problems and should simply focus on “chasing the terrorists” there, former Saudi intelligence chief Prince Turki al-Faisal said on Saturday.
  9. Several hurt in Yemen road ambush, clashes
    ADEN – Several soldiers and militants were wounded in clashes in southern Yemen after gunmen ambushed a military convoy on Saturday, a Yemeni official told Reuters.
  10. Iraq’s Sadrists say Maliki can remain as PM
    NAJAF – The political bloc of Iraqi cleric Moqtada al-Sadr said on Saturday it had dropped its veto of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki keeping his job, eliminating a major hurdle to him staying in office