1. Ten die as Iraq security forces dismantle Sunni camp
    At least 10 people have been killed in violence as Iraqi security forces dismantled an anti-government protest camp in the western city of Ramadi.
  2. Officials: Lebanese army fires on Syrian planes
    The Lebanese army fired on Syrian aircraft that violated the country’s airspace Monday, the first time Lebanon has done so since Syria’s uprising broke out nearly three years ago, security officials said.
  3. Yearender: Indonesia’s pluralism alive, but in awful shape
    Indonesia may not be on the verge of becoming an Islamic theocracy, but it certainly has lost its credentials as a model for Muslim democracy.
  4. Sunni monarchs back YouTube hate preachers: Anti-Shia propaganda threatens a sectarian civil war which will engulf the entire Muslim world
    Anti-Shia hate propaganda spread by Sunni religious figures sponsored by, or based in, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf monarchies, is creating the ingredients for a sectarian civil war engulfing the entire Muslim world.
  5. Web Users Angry at Bahraini Minister’s Insult to Quran
    85000 users have posted messages on Twitter expressing their anger at a Bahraini minister’s insult to the Holy Quran.
  6. Pakistani Shia cleric accept challenge of debate with Takfiris
    Renowned Shia leader and Friday prayer leader of Gilgit Allama Rahat Hussain al Hussaini has accepted the challenge of Takfiri fanatics who want munazira (debate) to know who is right and who is wrong.
  7. Important Announcement of Ahlul Bayt News Agency About Recent Disruptions on website
    The announcement says that these 10 days of disruption on ABNA website were because of severe attacks from Takfiri hackers, and yet the good news is that our website, on the auspicious days of Rabi al-Awwal, will be provided in a distinctive form and content.
  8. Bahrain: Arrest of 13 year old Children and Detaining them for More than Two Weeks
    The Bahrain Center for Human Rights expresses its concern for the Authority’s in Bahrain continued targeting and arresting of children, where the security apparatuses arrested the two 13 year old children Sayed Tameem Majid and Sayed Hashim Alawi and kept them in detention of over two week.
  9. Airports in Japan striving to become friendlier to Muslims
    International airports in Japan are striving to become friendlier to Muslims amid a steep increase in visitors from the Islamic world following the Japanese government’s relaxation of regulations for issuing visas.