- Hindus, Muslims must divide holy site, Indian court rules
An Indian court ruled that a disputed Hindu-Muslim holy site in the northern part of the country should be divided between the two faith communities.
- Monarchy vs. Democracy in Bahrain; Shia the third-class citizens
A brutal crackdown on Shia Muslim civil right activists in the Persian Gulf nation of Bahrain is entering its third week.
- US soldier admits killing Afghans for fun
A US soldier, charged with forming a group that killed ‘for fun,’ confesses to killing 3 innocent Afghans with a fellow soldier confirming that the killings were out of “pure hatred”.
- Not satisfied with Ayodhya verdict; will move SC: AIMPLB
Allahabad: Minutes after the announcement of the Ayodhya verdict, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board on Thursday expressed its dissatisfaction with the decision of the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad HC and decided to approach the Supreme Court.
- Anti-terrorist court sentences six in Turabi murder case
The Anti terrorist court (ATC) in Karachi concluded the hearing of Noted Shia Cleric and Provincial Chief of Tehreek-e-Jaffaria Sindh Allama Hassan Turabi’s murder case on Thursday. Three of the six accused were sentenced to death and the other three were sentenced to life imprisonment.
- US soldier in war crimes probe killed Iraqis
A US soldier already facing murder charges for allegedly killing Afghan civilians is also linked to the 2004 deaths of several unarmed Iraqi soldiers.
- Iraqi banks need $10 bln in three years
Iraqi banks need to raise at least $10 billion in fresh capital over the next three years to prepare for an expected oil-fuelled construction boom and meet new regulatory requirements, an investor said.
- Protest in Iraq-Saudi border region for Baqee reconstruction
Demanding reconstruction of holy shrines of A’immah Al-Baqee in the holy city of Medinah, a demonstration was held in the holy city of Karbala attended by large number of people from different governorates.
- Beautification of Makkah Awards
When the Governor of Makkah Prince Khaled Al-Faisal handed out awards for the winners of the competition for the beautification the Holy City of Makkah, artists who had participated in the competition suggested that similar contests in the future should be as widely advertised as possible to give more Muslim artists and painters the chance to participate
- Jamia to Launch its Newsletter on 1st of October
Jamia Millia Islamia is going to launch its Newsletter Jauhar on the 1st of October 2010. The Newsletter has been named Jauhar as a tribute to Maulana Mohamed Ali ‘Jauhar’, one of the founders of the University.