Prophet Mohammed

Islam’s perceived blasphemous bigotry

Islam’s perceived blasphemous bigotry

Junaid Hafeez, 33, was arrested in March 2013 for allegedly posting derogatory remarks against Prophet Mohammed on social media.

President Ram Nath Kovind, PM Modi greet nation on Milad-un-Nabi

President Ram Nath Kovind, PM Modi greet nation on Milad-un-Nabi

New Delhi: President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday greeted the country on the occasion of Milad-un-Nabi, ...Read More

Hajj at high point a year after deadly stampede

Hajj at high point a year after deadly stampede

Mount Arafat (Saudi Arabia): The annual hajj reached its high point today when Muslims from across the world converged on a stoney hill i...Read More

Nearly 1.5 million people begin annual Hajj in Saudi

Nearly 1.5 million people begin annual Hajj in Saudi

Mecca: From Asia, Africa and points in between, nearly 1.5 million Muslims begin the annual hajj in western Saudi Arabia today, undeterre...Read More

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Four killed in riots in Nigeria over alleged blasphemy

Kano (Nigeria): At least four people were killed in central Nigeria in two days of violence over an alleged blasphemy by a Christian trad...Read More

Charlie Hebdo ‘feels alone’ in its fight to poke fun at world

Charlie Hebdo ‘feels alone’ in its fight to poke fun at world

Paris: Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical weekly propelled to global notoriety when its cartoonists were shot dead by jihadist gunmen a ...Read More

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Dalit officer’s decision to embrace Islam draws flak

Jaipur : The decision of a senior IAS officer of Rajasthan cadre to embrace Islam after he was denied promotion as Chief Secretary of the...Read More

Top Iraq Shiite cleric demands release of kidnapped Turks

Top Iraq Shiite cleric demands release of kidnapped Turks

Najaf (Iraq): Top Iraqi Shiite cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani today demanded the release of 18 Turkish workers kidnapped in Baghda...Read More

IS makes debut on US soil

IS makes debut on US soil

Claims responsibility for Texas attack

Two killed in Denmark shootings

Two killed in Denmark shootings

Copenhagen : At least two people were killed and five police personnel were injured in separate shooting attacks in Denmark’s capital Cop...Read More

Almost half French oppose publishing Mohammed cartoons: poll

Almost half French oppose publishing Mohammed cartoons: poll

Paris: Almost half of French oppose publication of cartoons depicting Islam’s Prophet Mohammed, according to a poll today, as global deba...Read More

Protests Erupt In Niger, Churches Burnt

Protests Erupt In Niger, Churches Burnt

The Protest Comes A Day After A Policeman And Three Civilians Were Killed In Protets Against Charlie Hebdo In Niger’s Second City Of Zinder

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