1. Poland refutes ‘clash of civilizations’ by embracing Muslims
    If Samuel Huntington was right, Poland would have seen history’s most vexatious civil wars, given the fact that for centuries a tiny Muslim community has co-existed with Jews in a country where the Catholic tradition is one of the strongest in the world.
  2. Attack on Muslim artwork at School of the Art Institute called a “hate crime”
    Chicago-area Muslims on Thursday decried as a “hate crime” vandalism against an art installation that itself pictures the rise of hate crimes and racial profiling against Muslims after 9/11,
  3. Muslim youth in firing line
    HYDERABAD: With the authorities now stating that a Hindu militant organisation was behind the Ajmer and Mecca Masjid blasts, some police officials are of the view that a soul searching should begin in the state force as to why the leads to this effect given way back were not investigated by the local authorities.
  4. Exclusive masterwork gets honor to bedeck Imam Hussein (AS) tomb
    HOLY KARBALA, Iraq: Authorities of the holy Husseini shrine in Karbala have replaced the ancient artifact at the top of the door of the Zareeh (tomb) of Al-Imam Abi Abdellah Al-Hussein (AS) with a very unique and rare piece of art which the specialists considered extremely important to decorate the holy grave.
  5. German churches urged to promote Muslim integration
    Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere has called upon Germany’s churches to promote the integration of Muslims, days before government-sponsored talks with Muslim groups are due to resume.
  6. Algeria fears of spreading Shiism
    A number of Arab dailies reported that Algeria fears spread of Shiism quoting a newspaper Al-Charooq Al-Jazaeriyah which wrote an item titled ‘Algerian fear because of spread of Shi’ism …. After 50 Algerian students converted to Shiite in Iran’.
  7. Gunmen kill Muezzin west of Mosul
    Unknown gunmen killed the Muezzin of a mosque in western Mosul city on Saturday.
  8. Erdogan urges Greece to enhance freedoms for its Muslim minority
    The leaders of longtime foes Greece and Turkey have billed the latter’s landmark visit to Athens, during which they held a historic joint cabinet meeting and signed more than two dozen agreements, as the beginning of a historic new cooperation.