- Italy: Muslim leader Deplores ‘Cataloguing’ of Muslims in Mosques
A Muslim leader in Italy has deplored the ‘cataloguing’ by police in recent weeks of Muslims attending mosque in the northern city of Treviso and surrounding areas. Treviso is a stronghold of the anti-immigrant Northern League party
- Iraq’s Talabani Upbeat on New Government
There is a consensus on a national unity government in Iraq, leaving only the distribution of ministers left as an obstacle, the Iraqi president said
- Ghadir Contest for German Muslims Holds Online
On the occasion of Eid Al-Ghadir, Hamburg Islamic Center hold an online competition for Muslims residing in Germany.
- Muslims Complain at Neglect of Minority Welfare Schemes in Nanded
Nanded (Maharashtra): A delegation of Muslim intellectuals associated with different groups registered their protest before the district administration for not holding any program on 20th Nov. which is officially observed as ‘Minority Welfare Day’ in the state. The district administration ignored it despite clear direction from the state government to observe the day
- Seminar on Naj-ol-Balaqe to Be Held in Beirut
Concurrent with the auspicious occasion of Eid-Al-Ghadir, a seminar themed “Naj-ol-Balaqe; Miracle of Articulation and Climax of Meaning” is set to be held on November from 23 to 25, in Beirut, Lebanon.
- Saudi Wahhabis Released Sheikh al-Baqshi After Three Days in Custody
On November 20 , 2010, Saudi Wahhabi authorities released the Shi’a religious scholar Sheikh Hassan al-Baqshi from Al-Hofouf town in al-Ahsa , after detaining him for three days
- Violence kills 4, wounds 12 in Iraq
Four people have lost their lives and at least a dozen others have been injured in a new round of violent attacks to hit Iraq in less than 24 hours.
- Darul fatwa says donating blood un-Islamic
In a potentially controversial decree, Islamic seminary Darul Uloom Deoband has said that donation of blood and body parts was against the tenets of Islam.
- Stanford study shows Muslim job discrimination in France
In France, a Christian citizen is two-and-a-half times more likely to get called for a job interview than an equally qualified Muslim candidate, according to new research by political science professor David Laitin.
- U.S.-Saudi Arms Deal: $60 Billion Worth of Weapons for Religious Tyrants
The U.S. government is about to carry out the largest arms deal in the history of the country–with one of the most religiously extreme countries on in the world.