Free Muslim Organization calls on Obama to urge Gulf leaders respecting human rights

After the announcement of the president of the United States, Barack Obama to host a number of Gulf leaders during the next month, Non- Violence World Organization (Free Muslim) has called on President Obama to urge them respect human rights and to do democratic reformations in their countries, along with ending sectarian discrimination practiced by many countries especially towards their Shia citizens in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia

Saudi airstrikes target mosques in Yemen and Saudi military spokesman prays with his shoes

Saudi media leaked a photo for the spokesman of Saudi military Ahmed Asiri while he was praying wearing his shoes. The photo made controversy over the possibility of praying while wearing ones shoes. According to the fatwas of Sunni scholars, one is allowed to pray with his/her slippers or shoes as this contradicts with what Jews do during their prayers

Islamic University to Open in Lecce, Italy

Lecce could be the location for Italy’s first Islamic University, with current plans aiming to begin teaching for a small number of theology students from October

Record number of anti-Muslim acts in France

Head of French National Observatory against Islamophobia said that more anti-Muslim acts have been reported in first quarter of 2015 than in all of 2014

Quran manuscripts exhibited in Tokyo

An exhibition showcasing manuscripts of the Noble Quran and the holy books of Divine religions was mounted at “Toyo Bunko” Cultural Museum in Tokyo, Japan

Copenhagen protest slams Saudi attacks on Yemen

Hundreds of Danish Muslims have poured into the streets of the capital, Copenhagen, to condemn the Saudi deadly military aggression against their country as a violation of international law

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