Muslims host cultural festival in Oregon

Muslim Education Trust (MET) in Tigard, Oregon, has hosted its inaugural Portland International Muslim Cultural Festival yesterday, July 8, giving the larger community a chance to know and experience the Islamic culture.

Judge to review Tony Blair prosecution ban

 The most senior judge in England and Wales will hear a case attempting to overturn a ban on prosecuting Tony Blair over Iraq invasion, the Guardian has learned.

Judge denies request to halt building of Michigan mosque

Plans to build a new mosque in Sterling Heights can move forward after a judge this week denied a request by opponents of the mosque to issue a preliminary injunction blocking the proposed Islamic center on 15 Mile Road. 

Eight people wounded in shooting near French Mosque

Eight people were wounded in a shooting in front of a mosque in the southern French city of Avignon in an incident police consider to be a settling of scores rather than a militant attack, a source close to the investigation said on Monday.

ISWF congratulates the victory over ISIS

Imam Shirazi World Foundation congratulated the Iraqi people and martyrs’ families for their victory over the so-called Islamic State terrorist group, calling for learning lessons from the previous experiences.

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