- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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