Imam’s ghost stalks Arab summit

Imam Moussa al-Sadr was a Qom and Najaf-trained philosopher who became one of Lebanon's most revered religious and political figures.

Octogenarian Mohamed Idris won’t rest in his quest to ‘transform mindsets’

Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) president S.M. Mohamed Idris will turn 86 in December but is showing no signs of slowing down.

Eye witness account on Egypt’s events

Below is an eye witness account of the current situation in Egypt.

Tackling Islamophobia has never been more urgent

Faisal Bodi sees the passing of Islamophobia Awareness Month an opportune time to reflect on the alarming rise of this divisive bigotry...

Kashmir: Act before foreign forces land in Srinagar

New Delhi: For the last two months only bullets are talking in Kashmir. Dozens of people, mostly school-going young men and women, have succumbed to the bullets fired by the security forces directly into their chests.

Floods multiply women`s woes

Shaista Aziz reports from Pakistan on the aftermath of the floods.

Israel releases senior Hamas lawmaker

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel on Tuesday freed the most senior of dozens of Hamas politicians in custody, prompting speculation it was a prelude to a deal for the release of an Israeli soldier held by Palestinians for three years.

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