Dutch state liable for 300 Srebrenica deaths

A Dutch court has ruled that the Netherlands is liable for the killings of more than 300 Bosnian Muslim men and boys at Srebrenica...

Rohingya Muslims banned from marrying Bangladeshi nationals

Bangladesh’s government has banned marriage between Bangladesh nationals and Rohingya refugees from Myanmar, claiming that the latter are attempting to use marriage to gain...

Muslims of north Sweden follow new iftar time due to nearly 23 hours of...

Muslims living in the north of Sweden have been given a new time to break their fast due to daylight lasting longer than 20...

Muslim student claims scholarship was revoked for refusing to meet head for a drink

An American Muslim student claims she had her scholarship revoked after she refused to meet the head of the foundation for an informal drink. Moriah...

Freed Indian nurses say ISIS were their “protectors” and called them “sisters”

46 Indian nurses who were held captive by the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) have praised the insurgents for their good behaviour...

EXCLUSIVE: Mosul resident speaks to 5Pillarz about life under ISIS “Caliphate”

In an exclusive interview with 5Pillarz, a resident of Mosul describes life under ISIS and Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi’s first public Khutbah. Abu Abdullah is a...

ISIS demolishes sunni shrines and shia mosques

ISIS, which has been gaining ground in the north and west of Iraq since last month, has been demolishing sacred sunni and shia sites...

Bangladeshi workers beaten and humiliated by Iraqi soldiers

Hundreds of Bangladeshi construction workers have been beaten and mocked by Iraqi soldiers after becoming dragged into their host country's sectarian conflict.  Some had their...

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi appears in public leading Jummah prayers in Mosul

The leader of ISIS' caliphate, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has appeared in public leading the jummah prayers at Mosul's landmark mosque, Masjid Al-Nuri. Speaking from the...

Tony Blair denies being economic adviser to Egypt’s al-Sisi

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has denied a Guardian newspaper report claiming that he is working as an economic adviser to Egypt's President...
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