1. Pakistani Shia Muslims Under Severe Pressure from Taliban and Government; Two Other Shia Martyred
    In the recent spate of sectarian target killing of Shia Muslims in Karachi, two more Shia people including a Journalist and trader’s son were martyred in separate violent incidents in the metropolis by the Wahabis belong from Sipah-e-Sahaba, Laskhar-e-Jhangvi and Taliban terrorists.
  2. Syria takes the initiative ahead of protests
    A new governor was appointed to the Syrian protest hub of Daraa on Monday while a Facebook group urged rallies in honour of those killed in previous demonstrations.
  3. UAE becomes IRENA’s permanent headquarters
    The first General Assembly of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) on Monday confirmed the UAE as its permanent headquarters.
  4. Gaddafi too late in playing the family card
    Muammar Gaddafi is playing the family card by saying his son should lead Libya or it will be divided, a gambit that looks set to fail.
  5. Pro-Gaddafi forces shelling Libya’s Misrata-rebels
    BEIRUT – Forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi were shelling the rebel-held city of Misrata on Monday, targeting residential areas, a rebel spokesman said.
  6. Afghan police kills NATO soldiers, protests continue
    JALALABAD, Afghanistan – A “rogue” Afghan border policeman shot dead two foreign soldiers on a training mission on Monday, and hundreds of people turned out on the streets for a fourth day of protests against the burning of a holy Quran by a fundamentalist US pastor.
  7. ‘US must apologize for burning Qur’an’
    Afghan President Hamid Karzai has denounced an American priest’s recent burning of a copy of the Holy Qur’an and called on US Congress to condemn it.
  8. List of 400 Detainees and Missing Persons in Bahrain
    Last update of 400 detainees and missing persons in Bahrain, including 12 women.
  9. Yemen protesters and police clash, 400 wounded
    Police using live rounds and tear gas wounded more than 400 protesters who tried to march to a presidential palace in Yemen’s Red Sea city of Hudaida early on Monday, doctors said.
  10. Cops bust second kid for allegedly ripping off Muslim schoolgirl headdress
    Police have nabbed the second prepubescent punk wanted for trying to rip off the religious headdress of a Muslim schoolgirl on Staten Island, The Post has learned.