- Kerala Muslim bodies vow to weed out extremist elements
Under siege after the recent attack on a lecturer, Muslim organisations in Kerala have chalked out a strategy to weed out extremist elements from the community. Muslim organisations have decided to isolate radical organisations such as Popular Front of India (PFI) and Jammat-e-Islami.
- Organisation of the Islamic Conference calls for aid to Pakistan
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia – The Organisation of the Islamic Conference on Saturday called for its members to offer support to Pakistan, where massive floods are causing an ongoing humanitarian crisis.
- Kochi to host international seminar on Islamic finance
Kochi: An international seminar on Islamic finance will be held in Kochi on October 4, 5 and 6, 2010.
- Telugu version of the holy Quran
The Quran was translated and brought in a book and CD form by Abdul Rahim Mohammad Maulana, a nephrology specialist working in Holy Mecca.
- Muslim organisations planning to set up education board
In a bid to improve the standard of education and to provide better educational opportunities to their youth, Muslim organisations in the country have taken an initiative to set up a separate board on the lines of ISC and CBSE.
- Iran to Hold Quranic Week in holy Karbala
The Islamic Republic of Iran will hold a Quranic week in the holy city of Karbala, Iraq, in the coming month.
- British Muslim group opens summer camp in Coventry as “spiritul war” against terrorism
British Muslims are taking part in the UK’s first anti-terrorism summer camp, opened on Saturday, in Coventry as part of a “spiritual war” against Al Qaeda recruiters.
- Quran Teaching Classes in Belgium
Al-Tawhid Islamic Center plans to hold Quran courses from August 11 in Liège, Belgium, markazattawhid, reported.
- PAS must look after Indians, Chinese, says its vice-president
The Parti Islam Semalaysia or the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) has been urged to look after both the Chinese and Indian communities.
- Car bombs hit Iraqi cities of Ramadi, Falluja
A series of car bombs killed at least 12 people and wounded scores in the Iraqi cities of Ramadi and Falluja on Sunday, while the prominent governor of troubled northern Nineveh province escaped an assassination attempt.