1. German school administration dismisses teacher for wearing Hijab
    The German Schmidt school administration in occupied Jerusalem prevented a Palestinian female teacher from entering the school because of wearing a Hijab.
  2. Amnesty: The Minarets Initiative Never Should Have Been Put To A Public Vote in Switzerland
    In Switzerland, Amnesty says it worries about a climate of increasing racism, saying the minarets vote allowed for a number of public comments targeting the muslim community.
  3. Book on Prophet Muhammad (S) published in French
    Seyyed Ali Mirsharifi’s book on the life of Prophet Muhammad (S), “The Messenger of Blessing” was translated from Persian into French.
  4. Red Cross aids Taliban terrorists in Afghanistan
    The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) says it has given first aid training to dozens of Taliban terrorists members in Afghanistan.
  5. London: Khoja Shia meets with the Archbishop of Canterbury at Interfaith event
    On 6 May 2010 The World Federation of KSIMC was invited to meet with the Archbishop of Canterbury at the Hussaini Masjid in Northolt, London.
  6. Muslim leaders in favour of caste count
    A caste-based census could have a knock-on effect on demands of Muslims — from blanket reservation to their inclusion in the list of scheduled castes.
  7. Revive Babri case: AIMPLB to UPA
    Orthodox Muslim opinion will pressure the Union government to revitalise the judicial process to see if Sangh leaders such as L.K. Advani had a role in the Babri Masjid demolition in 1992.
  8. Australia to get Islamic finance friendly
    Sydney Shariat-compliance is fast catching on Down Under too. Australia will outline laws in the second half of 2011 to equalise the tax treatment of Islamic finance and conventional banking, a government official said on Thursday.
  9. Toronto to house only Islamic art museum in North America
    Soon, over 1,000 years of Islamic art and culture will find a permanent home in Toronto