After Friday prayers a group of zealots attacked the house of William Gomes, a young Muslim who converted to Christianity and human rights activist. The police takes no steps to ensure his protection.
Month: September 2009
An Afghan immigrant pleaded not guilty in U.S. federal court on Tuesday to charges of conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction.
Women who fled violence in Sudan's Darfur region are being regularly raped in refugee camps in neighboring Chad, despite the presence of U.N.-trained forces, Amnesty International said on Wednesday.
A New Jersey township was hit this week with its second ant-Semitic attack in two weeks, just a few hours after the end of Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish year.
The "tit-for-tat war of attrition" has resumed between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
A Copt died and three others were injured in a fight in the village of Deir Mawas in Minya Governorate yesterday.
The man at the center of an alleged plot to blow up transportation targets in New York City appeared before a Brooklyn judge for the first time Tuesday. Najibullah Zazi is accused of plotting to use weapons of mass destruction against U.S. targets in what law enforcement officials say was the most serious terrorist threat against the U.S. since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
A family of Malaysian villagers became the talk of the town after they found the word Allah, meaning God in Arabic, inscribed on meat bought from the local market, the country's press reported on Tuesday.
Middle East specialists associated with the French Military said Israeli intelligence agents were involved in a secret campaign against Farouk Hosniâ€™s bid to head UNESCO, according to French journalist Richard Apfier.
Westminster Magistrates court in central London rejected on Tuesday a petition urging the issuance of an arrest warrant for Defense Minister Ehud Barak on the grounds that he committed "war crimes" due his part in IDF Operation Cast Lead in the Gaza Strip, last January.