US Muslim Veteran Barred From Leaving Home
A US Muslim Air Force veteran is complaining of being barred from leaving the country after being allowed to care for his terminally-ill mother.
Islamists Disown PM Over Tunisian crisis
Tunisia's governing Islamists rejected on Thursday, February 7, a plan by the prime minister to replace the government after unrest erupted over the killing of an opposition leader.
Islamic Summit Urges Syria Dialogue
Leaders of Muslim nations called Thursday, February 7, for serious dialogue between Syria's government and opposition to reach a political solution to the two-year conflict.
Philadelphia Imams Hunt Muslim Girl's Kidnappers
Muslim imams in the Delaware Valley in Philadelphia have joined to bring kidnappers of a five-year old Muslim girl to justice. The Muslim community says it is putting up at least $20,000 in reward money for information leading to the arrest of those behind the abduction.
Death Penalty Proposal Enrages Pakistan Muslims
Government plans to abolish the death penalty in Pakistan on ground that corruption in the judicial system does not guarantee fair trials are inviting the ire of families of victims in the south Asian Muslim country.
Thousands of Rohingya Muslims Flee Burma to Thailand
Nearly 6,000 Rohingya Muslims have arrived in Thailand since October after fleeing sectarian violence in Burma.
Entire communities of Rohingyas are languishing in makeshift camps in Burma, without access to healthcare or clean water, while Thailand has promised humane treatment for the 5,899 who have arrived on its shores.
Malaysia to Host Global Muslim Conference Unity & Economy Malaysia will host the Global Muslim Conference On Unity And Economy (GMC 2013), a gathering of global experts, investors, bankers, educationalists, scientists and others, to boost Islamic economy.
Organized by The Malay Chamber of Commerce Malaysia (DPMM), the two-day event will be held in the capital Kuala Lumpur on March 4.
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