There are as many as 85 sharia courts operating in Britain, according to a new report.
Month: June 2009
Al Qaeda's reliance on Arabs is altering as recruits from Turkey and Turkic-speaking areas of Central Asia form a recent wave of trainees, experts say.
A YOUNG schoolboy was â€œconvertedâ€ to Islam on the streets of Birmingham by a radical Muslim preacher, the Sunday Mercury can reveal.
Seven policemen and two soldiers were killed in two separate attacks by suspected Muslim guerrillas on the restive southern Philippine island of Basilan, officials said on Sunday.
Finnish-German telecom equipment maker Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) said Monday technology it sold to Iran in 2008 could be used to monitor calls, but denied claims it can be used for web censorship.
DUBAI – About a hundred people gathered in Antwerp Sunday to protest a ban on veils imposed over the weekend at the only remaining high school in Belgium that permitted them, according to press reports over the weekend.
A pro-Land of Israel group has filed a motion asking the High Court of Justice to order a halt to construction of illegal Arab outposts in Judea and Samaria, as it has done in the case of illegal Jewish building.
â€œAnnihilate the rioters,â€ demanded one of Iranâ€™s fundamentalist clerics during Friday prayer. He believes that the opposition â€œdefied the ordersâ€ of Iranâ€™s Supreme Leader, who â€œrules by Godâ€™s design.â€ Therefore, â€œthey should be punished mercilessly.â€
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) is concerned at reports of attacks targeting Coptic Orthodox Christians in the small Egyptian village of Ezbet Boshra-East.
Britain calls arrests "harassment and intimidation"