Suspicious packages found on US-bound cargo planes
Planes swept in US, UK for potential bombs
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) voted recently to officially declare Rachel's Tomb to be a mosque. UNESCO director Irena Bokova had previously stated â€œconcernâ€ at Israel's decision to treat the tomb as a heritage site.
The persecution of Egypt's Coptic minority is taking an ironic, and dangerous, turn: Islamist leaders are now projecting the worst traits of radical Islam onto Egypt's Christians.
It is a typical Friday scene -- worshippers kneeling in the rain outside Moscow's biggest mosque, forced to use their shoes to anchor their prayer rugs to keep them from blowing away in the autumn winds.
A Jordanian man was condemned to death on Wednesday for killing his raped teenage niece to "cleanse" the family's honor, but the sentence was later commuted to 10 years in jail.
In an unprecedented event for women in ultra-conservative Saudi Arabia, women on Thursday were massing at a Jeddah stadium in a bid to form the world's largest-ever human pink ribbon to raise awareness about breast cancer.
Research by Israelâ€™s Security Agency has revealed that Hamas is continuing its efforts to gradually impose an Islamization process on the residents of the Gaza Strip, in order to turn it into a state governed by Islamic religious law.
Jordanâ€™s Prime Minister, Samir Rifai, said on Tuesday that if serious efforts to resolve the Palestinian issue take place, the problems of terrorism and extremism will end.
A Pakistani-born American citizen was charged Wednesday in Virginia for plotting a terrorist bombing. The man, 34-year-old Farooque Ahmed, planned to target the Washington DC subway system.
Speech given by Ashraf Ramelah on 10/26/10 in Washington, D.C. as part of a panel on â€œThe Plight of Minorities in Arab and Muslim Countries: What Should the U.S. Do?