- Saudi Arabia hacks Shia sites
Wahhabi hackers have been ordered to start hacking sites which introduce the Shia religion by Saudi Arabia’s internal ministry.
- Saudi authorities remain silent while Shias hail HRW report on discrimination against them
Saudi Shiite activists have hailed last week’s report of Human Rights Watch in which it said the Saudi government has not done enough to address fair treatment for the Shiite Muslim community.
- Pakistan– Factor Owner Ahmed Ali Embraced Martyrdom
Quetta: Today at about 10:00 am, Noorband furniture factory owner Ahmed Ali killed by firing of sapah-e-yazeed. The incident occurred on Sirki road at about 10:00 am today.
- Deadly blasts hit Iraqi cities
Bombs have exploded in three Iraqi cities killing at least 15 people.
- Explosion hits Kabul’s international airport
A strong explosion has been reported at Kabul’s international airport, killing two Afghan civilians and injuring four foreign soldiers including three Americans.
- UAE plane detained for carrying undeclared arms
A United Arab Emirates Air Force C-130 transporter aircraft has been detained in eastern India for carrying undeclared arms and explosives.
- Freed female prisoner discloses Israel’s cruelty
A recently released Palestinian woman has unveiled information about Israel’s misbehavior and immoral insults to Palestinian women who are kept in custody.
- Sudanese Woman Fined for Wearing Trousers
KHARTOUM (Reuters) – A Sudanese woman was found guilty of indecency and fined on Monday for wearing trousers in a case that has attracted worldwide attention, but she will be spared lashes, an official who attended the trial said.
- Ayatollah tells Ahmadinejad not to get too confident
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Monday told President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad not to get too confident after his re-election and also listen to his critics, local media reported.
- US Mayor Explodes Anti-Islam Sentiment over Stamps
American Muslims and non-Muslims are reacting angrily to an anti-Semite e-mail by Tennessee Mayor Johnny Piper protesting the issuance of stamps commemorating two Muslim feasts.