- Terrorists Attack on Noted Shia Cleric Seminary in Pakistan
A Security guard was injured in a attack of Nasabi-Wahabi terrorists on Monday night at the seminary of Noted Shia cleric Maulana Haider Ali Jawadi within the limits of Jamshoro police station.
- Saudi Wahhabi Authorities Shut Down Imam Hussain Mourning Gatherings in al-Hasa
On 16 December 2010, under the order of ( Badr bin Muhammad bin Abdullah bin Jalawi Al Saud ) the governor of Al-Ahsa , the General Intelligence al-Mabaheth al-`Amma of Al-hsa and al-Mutawwa’in (the members of the Committee to Promote Virtue and Prevent Vice) , launched a campaign to shut down at least 21 Hussaini Memorial gatherings “Majlis,” , held by Shiites in Hussainiyas (gathering places) or in private homes .
- Experts Call To Set Up Islamic Finance Regulatory Framework
Standardisation of the Islamic banking policies, procedures and regulatory framework on a global level is important to propel the growth of the industry.
- Indonesia Stays Blur on Destiny of Detained Shia Mourners in Malaysia
The Indonesian government said it was still in the dark on Tuesday after several Indonesian citizens were arrested in Malaysia last week for “breaching Islamic laws”, although the incident has been widely publicized
- Islamophobic US Police Trainers Denounced by CAIR Director
US government denounced by Muslim civil liberties advocacy organization in the United States for using anti-Muslim police trainers
- Shia primary teacher dismissed for learning students to do the prayers on Shi’a way
In December 2010 , the Saudi Wahhabi Ministry of Education removed the Shi’a primary teacher (Fawzi Shanar) from Hamam town in Qatif , from his post for learning students in the primary school of Sohaib al-Roumi for boys to do the prayers on Shi’a way …
- A lone Shia Woman in Iraq’s New Cabinet
The new Iraqi government, which received a vote of confidence from parliament on Tuesday, is almost exclusively male, with the exception of a lone woman who is a minister without portfolio
- Islamic banking thriving
Islamic banking has emerged as one of the most rapidly expanding sectors of the global financial industry, with expectations that it will play a growing role in the years to come.
- Jeans, contraceptives figure in latest Darul Uloom fatwas
In a statement that might trigger a dress-code debate, leading Islamic seminary Darul Uloom Deoband has said that wearing jeans or other tight-fitting clothes is not appropriate as per religious beliefs. In another controversial observation, it said a couple should first seek the opinion of a ‘hakim’ or Unani practitioner before resorting to use contraceptives if needed for medical reasons.
- Pakistan arrests police officers in Bhutto case
ISLAMABAD – Pakistani police on Wednesday arrested two senior police officers for alleged dereliction of duty over the 2007 assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, a prosecutor said.