1. Sri Lanka: Jaffna Grand Mosque reopens after 20 years
    The Jaffna Grand Mosque was reopened for the Muslim community after 20 years.
  2. Indonesian Muslims Protest against Obama’s Plan to Visit Indonesia
    Indonesia- About 500 Indonesian Muslims from some Islamic organizations gathered on Wednesday protesting the visit of US President Hussein Obama in the midst of June this year.
  3. Turkish Shia Muslims celebrate birthday anniversary of Sayyeda Zahra(PBUH)
    The Iranian Cultural Center in Turkey will hold a ceremony today in celebration of the birth anniversary of Hazrat Fatemeh Zahra (SA), Prophet Mohammad’s (SAWA) beloved daughter.
  4. Shia Muslims in Texas celebrate birthday anniversary of Sayyeda Zahra(PBUH)
    Texas — Shia Muslims in Austin celebrate the birthday anniversary of Sayyeda Zahra(PBUH) on 3 June 2010.
  5. Karachi:- Shia Doctor Hassan Haider embrace Shahadat
    Dr Syed Hassan Haider Bukhari, 35, was martyred by terrorists of outlawed outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba (Nasibi’s) in Kalpul area near Defence Society, Karachi.
  6. Fatima (A.S.): the Mother of Her Father
    Abu-Faraj al-Isfahani in his Isnad narrated from Imam Sadiq (a.s) from his father: “Verily, Fatima (s.a) was surnamed ‘Omme Abiha’.
  7. Bangladesh fire kills up to 104, injures over 100
    A devastating fire raced through several apartment complexes in the Bangladeshi capital, killing more than 100 people and injuring just as many, local media reported on Friday.
  8. To right wrongs, Cong may field Muslims for RS
    NEW DELHI: Congress is under pressure to field a Muslim for Rajya Sabha from Rajasthan amid rising concern that more and more states are seeing a dipping winnability quotient of minority candidates and skewing plural representation in Parliament.
  9. Kenyan Islamic bank Gulf says swings to Q1 profit
    Kenyan Islamic bank Gulf African posted a pretax profit of 25 million shillings ($312,500) in the first three months of the year, putting it on course for its first full-year profit, its chief executive said on Thursday.