- Letter from CDHRAP to Amnesty International on Discrimination Against Shias
Regarding the human rights conditions in Saudi Arabia , the committee for the Defense of Human Rights in the Arabian Peninsula (CDHRAP) respectfully urges you to raise concerns about religious freedom and related human rights.
- Quetta: Shia Doctor Qamar Hussain Martyred in Firing.
Terrorists of outlawed Wahabi Organization on saturday night martyred Shia Doctor Qamar Hussain at the Tea Cross area of Sirki Road Quetta.
- Ritter: US to blame for Iraq calamity
Former chief United Nations weapons inspector Scott Ritter says the US policy of “regime change” in pre-war Iraq hampered efforts by the UN to find a diplomatic solution to the case.
- Iran seeks Iraq war compensation
More than twenty years after Iraq launched a full-scale invasion of Iran, a top Iranian lawmaker says Tehran’s demands for war compensation should be met.
- UK forces accused of helping Taliban
Most of the Regional Command in the South of Afghanistan will be shifted from the UK to the US, as British forces are accused of having links with the Taliban.
- UK: European Halal Food Park to create over 500 jobs in Norfolk
An industrial food park for Halal food products manufactured in the UK in full Shariah compliance, which could mean up to 500 jobs, will open in Banham in Norfolk.
- Ex-IRGC chief: Some Arab neighbors seeking to sow religious discord in Iran
TEHRAN – Tehran is closely watching the actions of a number of Persian Gulf Arab states who are seeking to sow religious discord and dissension in parts of Iran, former IRGC chief said on Saturday.
- Sonia bats for Muslim reservation timeframe
UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi has assured a delegation of Muslim groups that the modalities for providing reservation for the minority community would be worked out in six months.
- Raseborg school forced to back down on Muslim scarf ban
A ban imposed on the wearing of Muslim headscarves in class has had to be rescinded at a school in Raseborg [Raasepori in Finnish*], west of the capital Helsinki.
- Fresh appeals lodged in Iraqi election impasse
(Reuters) – Election officials in Iraq said Sunday they had received new appeals stemming from March’s parliamentary election but did not expect more than a brief delay in ratification of the results.