1. Taleban kidnap 23 Pakistanis in show of strength
    DERA ISMAIL KHAN – The Pakistani Taliban defied an ongoing military offensive and kidnapped 23 tribesmen who had met with the army chief during a recent trip to the area, intelligence officials, tribal elders and the militants’ spokesman said.
  2. Thousands mourn Pakistan’s Bhutto, 3 years on
    Thousands of Pakistanis gathered on Monday to mourn ex-prime minister Benazir Bhutto on the third anniversary of her death and demand that her killers be brought to justice.
  3. Terrorists Attack Shia Prayers, Two Injures in Pakistan
    Terrorist attacked after fajar namaz outside Jama Masjid Kolacki D.I.Khan, Pakistan.
  4. 18 wanted persons captured in Iraq
    An Iraqi army force captured 11 wanted men and seized an arms and explosives cache in eastern Mosul city on Sunday, a military source said.
  5. India launches sharia stock index for Muslims
    India’s Bombay Stock Exchange launched a share index of sharia-compliant companies on Monday in an attempt to open stock-trading to more Muslims.
  6. Seminar on “Quran and Microbiology” Held in Jordan
    A seminar on Quran and microbiology was held on December 25 by the branch of the Society for protection of the Quran in Mafraq province in Jordan.
  7. Two suicide men killed close to a Samarra checkpoint
    Two suicide bombers, wearing two explosive belts, have been killed by a military force belonging to Samarra city’s military operations command on Sunday, a command source said.
  8. 17 Killed in twin bomb blasts in central Iraq
    Two consecutive bomb attacks have rocked the capital of Iraq’s central province of Anbar, leaving at least 17 people dead.
  9. Muslim medical directory published in Gujarat
    Ahmedabad: The 6th edition of the Muslim Medical Students Directory Gujarat State has just been published as a result of wide and coordinated efforts and indepth field work about Muslim medical students of Gujarat.
  10. Muslim Leaders Meet with South Wales Police
    Muslim community leaders who attended a meeting with South Wales Police on Christmas Eve about the counter-terrorism raids that have seen five men from Cardiff detained say they must wait and see whether any charges will be brought