Shia Rights Watch: Sectarian crimes against Shia merchants in Madagascar

Shia Rights Watch International Organization recently spotted the growing phenomenon of kidnapping Shia merchants in a noticeable and unprecedented manner in the Republic of Madagascar, which clearly suggests the presence of sectarian motives for such serious crimes.

US exhibition shines light on Qur’ans as collector's objects

The movement of Qur’ans is explored in an exhibition at the Sackler Gallery in Washington, DC, which features rare loans from Istanbul’s Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts. For the US museum’s chief curator and curator of Islamic art, MassumehFarhad, who is co-curating the show with Simon Rettig, it is thrilling to trace the manuscripts’ journeys through time and space.

Woman threatens people leaving Kentwood Islamic Center

As worshippers came out of a Kentwood Islamic Center around 8:45 a.m. Monday, a woman approached them —- allegedly indicating she had a gun and making threats against the center —- Kentwood Police said.

UN announces the casualties’ figures in Iraq for December

A total of 386 Iraqi civilians were killed and another 1,066 were injured in acts of terrorism, violence and war in Iraq in December 2016, according to casualty figures recorded by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI).

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