- Muslim countries to lead on green issues
The Conference on Muslim Action on climate change ended on Saturday, urging the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) to set up a special council to offer leadership on climate change issues.
- Solution of ills lies in Islamic teachings, says Kazmi
LAHORE – The solution of all the miseries lies in the teachings of Islam and the revolution through great mystics thoughts is need of the hour.
- U.S. scolds Europe for Muslim discrimination
The discrimination Muslims face all across Europe is alarmingly on the rise, the U.S. said in a damning report on human rights, warning of a deteriorating rights situation worldwide, mainly due to raging conflicts.
- Afghans protest killing of civilians
Hundreds of Afghan people have rallied in the southern city of Kandahar to condemn the killing of civilians by US-led troops, according to authorities.
- ‘NATO should stop backing Jundallah’
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has called on UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to condemn NATO support for Jundallah ringleader Abdolmalek Rigi.
- Iran to replace Persian Gulf radar
Iranian scientists are planning to develop domestic radars to replace a series of aging Russian-made systems currently deployed in the Persian Gulf.
- Iran plans major rise in price of gas
Iranian Oil Minister Masoud Mirkazemi says the government plans to raise domestic gas prices by nearly tenfold in a bid to reduce consumption
- Yemen says Seeks Cleric, Yet to Get U.S. Intelligence
DUBAI (Reuters) – Yemen said on Sunday it is trying to detain a Muslim cleric wanted dead or alive by Washington, but has yet to receive intelligence from the United States on the U.S.-born militant’s activities.
- Yemen tries rebel supporters for spying for Iran
SANAA – Yemen put four Shi’ite rebel supporters on trial on Monday on charges of spying for Iran in a move that could strain a truce to end a northern war that drew in neighbouring oil giant Saudi Arabia last year.
- Muslim law won’t hinder alimony claims: HC
AHMEDABAD: The special law for divorced Muslim women will not come in the way if a divorcee seeks alimony from her ex-husband and the man is liable to maintain the wife till she remarries, the Gujarat High Court ruled in a 15-year-old dispute of maintenance between a separated couple.
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