Islam

Pakistan top court indicts minister in contempt case

Mar 13, 2018

Pakistan's top court has indicted a minister in a contempt case for scandalizing the court in speeches made after the court disqualified former premier for concealing assets

Report: Turkey seeks life prison term for US pastor

Mar 13, 2018

Media reports say Turkish prosecutors are seeking life imprisonment for an American pastor who is accused of links to a U.S.-based Muslim cleric blamed for a failed coup attempt in Turkey

Military reviews rules for helmet cams after Niger attack

Mar 13, 2018

U.S. military leaders are weighing stricter guidelines for helmet cameras on the battlefield after Islamic State-linked fighters in Niger exploited footage taken by a fallen American soldier to make a propaganda video

New rape complaint filed against Islamic scholar in France

Mar 8, 2018

A third woman has filed a rape complaint against prominent Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan, jailed on preliminary rape charges in France since last month following two other women's allegations

Archbishop: Saudi leader wants different faiths to flourish

Mar 8, 2018

The leader of the Anglican church says Saudi Arabia's crown prince is committed to the flourishing of different faiths in his strict Sunni Muslim kingdom

Legislative prayers spark controversy, changes in Oklahoma

Mar 7, 2018

Oklahoma's House speaker says he plans changes to a program in which pastors deliver prayers and sermons to legislators amid criticism from interfaith leaders that non-Christians are being denied an opportunity to participate

Saudi crown prince winds up trip to Egypt with mosque visit

Mar 6, 2018

Saudi Arabia's crown prince winds up trip to Egypt with a visit to Al-Azhar, the world's foremost seat of learning for Sunni Muslims

Muslim officer works with immigrants in Ohio capital city

Mar 3, 2018

A Muslim officer has been appointed in Ohio's capital to bridge gaps between police and the city's growing immigrant population.

French prosecutors file preliminary charges against far-right leader Marine Le Pen over tweeting Islamic State images

Mar 1, 2018

French prosecutors file preliminary charges against far-right leader Marine Le Pen over tweeting Islamic State images

UN official concerned by allegations of torture in Turkey

Feb 27, 2018

A top U.N. official has expressed concerns over increased allegations of torture and ill-treatment in police custody in Turkey

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