- Srikrishna report: Muslims in Hyderabad oppose separate Telangana state
Muslims in Hyderabad, who constitute 41% of the population in the metropolis, do not want a separate state of Telangana to be created, the Srikrishna Panel said noting that they would feel more secure in the larger state of united Andhra Pradesh.
- New York exhibit highlights 1,001 Muslim innovations
Exhibition sheds light on Golden Age of Muslim civilisation which is not taught in most schools in West.
- Kabul toughens stance against security firms
KABUL — Kabul said Thursday that President Hamid Karzai ordered his government to intensify efforts to disband private security firms, the latest twist in a saga that has pitted him against his Western allies.
- Fuel price reversal planned in Pakistan: media
Pakistan’s government is expected to reverse a fuel price rise, media reported on Thursday, in concession to opposition demands in an apparent attempt to defuse Pakistan’s latest political crisis.
- Ahl ul Bayt (pbuh) Specialized Digital Library Unveiled in Holy Qom
A specialized digital library of Ahlul Bayt (AS) was unveiled yesterday, January 4, at Imam Baqer (AS) Seminary School in the holy city of Qom.
- Saudi Wahhabi Authorities arrest a Shia Citizen For Performing Community Prayers
On 3 January 2011 , the General Investigation “al-Mabahith al-Amma” arrested the Shi’a citizen (Jasim Mohammad al-Ibrahim , from al-Khobar city in al-Ahsa) and informed him that he would serve two weeks prison term.
- Saudi Wahhabi’s Puppet Martyred Secound Shia Teacher in Pakistan
Another Shia teaher was gunned down by the terrorits of outlawed Nasabi-Wahabi terrorists on Tuesday morning
- ‘Coup plot’ trial stalled in Bahrain
A high-profile trial in Bahrain is stalled over finding defense lawyers for 25 activists accused of plotting against the rulers of the Gulf nation.
- Passengers overpower hijacker on Turkey flight
ISTANBUL – Passengers aboard a Turkish Airlines flight from Oslo overpowered a would-be hijacker as the plane landed at Istanbul airport on Wednesday, fellow passengers told Turkish media.
- Sumiati appears in Madinah court, shows her wounds
JEDDAH: An Indonesian maid who has accused her Saudi employer of stabbing, beating and burning her appeared in court for the first time on Wednesday and showed her wounds.