1. Iraqi PM accepts electricity minister’s resignation
    BAGHDAD – Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Wednesday accepted the resignation of his besieged electricity minister who had been the target of public fury and protests over draconian power rationing.
  2. Islamic College of London to Publish Encyclopedia of Quran and Shia
    The first encyclopedia of Quran and Shia will be released later this summer, according to the encyclopedia’s executive director Seyyed Abbas Salehi.
  3. Quran to Be Translated into Chuvash Language
    The holy Quran will be translated into Chuvash language for the first time, info-islam website reports.
  4. Holy Quran Translated into Ukrainian
    Lecturer of the National university Ostroh Academy Mykhailo Yakubovych made the first full translation of the Moslem’s holy book the Quran into Ukrainian.
  5. Forming Iraqi National Unity Government to Restore Stability and Security
    President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday discussed with Leader of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Ammar al-Hakim the latest developments of the political situation in Iraq and the exerted efforts to form the Iraqi government.
  6. Bangladesh Fire: Tragic ending for 10 Shia Muslims
    A deadly fire claimed the lives of over 115 people on the evening of 3 June 2010 in Old Dhaka, Bangladesh, injuring over 150 local residents. Since the tragic event, The World Federation of Khoja Shia’s partnering agency in Bangladesh has been working with the Shia community who was also affected by the fire.
  7. “Islamic Fiqh” Int’l Conference Underway in Sudan
    The second international conference on “Islamic Figh (Jurisprudence)” is underway in Khartoum, capital of Sudan.
  8. Muslim world to Put the Name of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) on Moon
    Canadian Astrophysicist and Cosmologist Dr Redouane Al Fakir chose Qatar to announce a historic mission that aims to put the Islamic world again at the frontiers of science.
  9. Muslims split over Zakir ban
    The ban issued by the UK government on Islamic televangelist Dr Zakir Naik has split the city Muslims into two camps.