1. Libya protests: Death toll mounts as unrest spreads
    Rights groups say there is a rising death toll from clashes between anti-government protesters and security forces in Libya.
  2. Bahrain protests: King Hamad seeks talks after violence
    King Hamad of Bahrain has asked his eldest son, Crown Prince Salman, to start a national dialogue to resolve the Gulf state’s political crisis.
  3. Egyptians celebrate but military starts talking tough
    Egypt’s ruling military council says it will not tolerate any more strikes which disrupt the country’s economy.
  4. Yemen protests: Three killed at anti-government rallies
    At least three people have been killed during widespread anti-government demonstrations in Yemen.
  5. Ahlul Bayt’s (AS) Status to Be Discussed in Zimbabwe
    A forum on the status of Ahlul Bayt (AS) will be held on February 27 in Kadoma, Zimbabwe.
  6. Eight pro-democracy injured in Jordan clashes
    At least eight people have been injured after a group of government supporters attacked a pro-democracy protest rally in the Jordanian capital, Amman.
  7. Bahrain Shia Parliamentarian alliance “Wafaq” calls for international protection of Bahraini nationals
    Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society calls on legislative entities and international parliamentary unions to intervene immediately to stop massacre of Bahraini people at the hands of security forces.
  8. Saudi urges reforms to avoid revolt
    Saudi Prince Talal bin Abdul-Aziz has warned that his oil-rich country might be next in being swept over by a popular uprising if it does not act on reforms.
  9. CBI challenges in SC move to clear LK Advani in Babri case
    NEW DELHI: The CBI made a fresh attempt to revive the Babri Masjid demolition case against BJP leader and former Deputy Prime Minister L K Advani when it moved the Supreme Court challenging dropping of conspiracy charges against him and 20 other politicians.
  10. Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s Mysterious Visit to India
    ” The two-day India visit by Islamic hardliner and Pakistan’s Jamiat-ul-Islami chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman is believed to be aimed at reinforcing the anti-Vastanvi forces at the Darul-Uloom Deoband seminary in Uttar Pradesh , where the recently appointed vice chancellor Ghulam Mohammad Vastanvi had drawn much flak for praising Narendra Modi’s governance in Gujarat.