The United Nations Security Council has warned about the worsening humanitarian situation in war-battered Yemen, stating the status quo is having a “devastating” impact on the lives of civilians in the impoverished Arab country.
A US city finally gave approval for the construction of a mosque in the state of New Jersey, ending a saga that started last year when the local government rejected the effort and a group of Muslims sued in response.
One of the oldest religious organization in India is organizing a 2-day conference under the title “Restoration of World Peace and Protection of Humanity.” Several prominent social, religious and spiritual figures from across the world addressed on the first day of the conference.
A joint statement has been issued by the Iranian Islamic Center, in Canada, Al Huda Islamic Center, in Sweden, and Imam Ali Islamic Center, in USA, demanding the immediate release of Ayatollah Sayyid Hussein al-Husseini al-Shirazi.
Counter-terrorism police in the UK are investigating a possible hate crime after several people received letters calling on them to attack Muslims on April 3, termed in the leaflet as "punish a Muslim" day.
Thousands of Ahlulbait followers in Iraq and other countries have taken part, on Saturday, in peaceful demonstrations in the holy cities of Kadimiyah, Najaf, and Karbala, in addition to other cities to protest the arrest of the son of the Grand Religious, Ayatollah Sayyid Hussein al-Shirazi.
A French-Tunisian man was jailed for 10 years on Tuesday for going to fight in Syria and kidnapping his 18-month-old daughter to take her with him. The latest figures show that 300 French terroristshave been killed in the Iraq-Syria conflict.
Buddhist mobs attacked mosques and businesses belonging to Sri Lanka's minority Muslims overnight, police said Wednesday, despite the imposition of a state of emergency to restore peace in the bitterly-divided island.
Several mosques in Britain and Ireland are inviting the homeless for warm food and shelter as the rough sleepers continue to find themselves the most vulnerable in the face-off with the unexpected blizzard. Concerns for the homeless population grew as the unusual blizzard — being called Beast of the East — pounded much of eastern of Europe,