- Hindu-Muslim peace marches ahead of Ayodhya verdict
LUCKNOW: In a unique show of communal harmony, a large number of Muslims and Hindus have joined hands in Uttar Pradesh’s Bijnor district to take out peace marches ahead of the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title suit verdict Sep 24.
- Ahlul Bayt (a.s) School of thought in China
For the second time Ahlul Bayt (a.s) World Assembly participate in the most important publishing event of China, Beijing International Book Fair, to show its written knowledge.
- Two Grand Ayatollahs Issue Fatwas Against Quran-Burners
Two Iranian grand ayatollahs issued fatwas calling for the killing of those who insult the Koran, including anyone who burns the Islamic holy book, the state-run Fars news agency reported.
- Poland’s Muslim Tatars hope for cultural revival
In a remote rural corner of Catholic Poland, descendants of Muslim Tatars who settled here centuries ago try to revive a culture eroded by time, assimilation, emigration and communist-era oppression.
- Iraqi Head of the Shia endowment accuses Saudi Arabia of duplicity over fighting terrorism
Head of the Shia endowment in Iraq Saleh Al Haidari accused Saudi Arabia of duplicity over fighting terrorism.
- British Airways caterer to make most meals halal
The world’s largest independent airline caterer has announced plans to make the majority of its meals halal.
- French lawmakers in final vote on veil ban
French lawmakers take a final vote Tuesday on a law banning face-covering veils in public spaces, although the constitutional court may yet strike down the measure before it comes into force.
- US Congress to review $60bn Saudi deal
The administration of US President Barack Obama is set to notify Congress of a major arms deal with Saudi Arabia, which is worth up to $60 billion.