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Nov 04, 2016
Indonesia: Muslim protesters march to demand Jakarta governor's resignationTens of thousands of hardline Muslim protesters in Indonesia marched on Friday to the presidential palace to demand the resignation of the governor of the capital, Jakarta, who they said had insulted the Koran.
Jul 06, 2016
Congress slams AAP for repeatedly hurting religious sentiments in PunjabPunjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh on Wednesday demanded the arrest of AAP's Delhi MLA Naresh Yadav accused of sacrilege.
Jul 04, 2016
Kejriwal accuses SAD-BJP govt of indulging in communal politics to defame AAPArvind Kejriwal on Monday accused the ruling SAD-BJP alliance in Punjab of indulging in communal politics.
May 06, 2016
Algeria: Africa's largest mosque under construction as a 'heavy blow' to radical IslamistsAlgeria is building one of the world's largest mosques which officials say will serve as a buffer against radical Islam and crown the legacy of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
Mar 20, 2016
The technology of warfare has changed, but rape of women in wartime has notThe technology of warfare has changed tremendously over the years, but its tactic — of widespread rape and enslaving of women — has not
Feb 03, 2016
Japan arrests reported North Korean spy for alleged fraudJapanese police today said its special unit that deals with alleged espionage arrested an ethnic Korean resident on suspicion of fraud — as local media reported he was acting as a spy for North Korea.
Dec 26, 2015
Protesters ransack Muslim prayer hall, burn copies of Koran in CorsicaDemonstrators ransacked a Muslim prayer hall and set fire to copies of the Koran on the French island of Corsica Friday, police said, in an attack condemned by the government.
Jul 23, 2015
Religious treasure unearthed: Photos of one of the world's oldest Koransonservator, Marie Sviergula holds a fragment of a Koran manuscript in the library at the University of Birmingham in Britain July 22, 2015. A British university said on Wednesday that fragments of a Koran manuscript found in its library were from one of the oldest surviving copies of the Islamic text in the world, possibly written by someone who might have known Prophet Mohammad. Radiocarbon dating indicated that the parchment folios held by the University of Birmingham in central England were at least 1,370 years old, which would make them one of the earliest written forms of the Islamic holy book in existence
Jul 02, 2015
Can we separate ISIS from Islam? Politically correct dehyphenation won't workTrying to dehyphenate Islam from ISIS's terrorism is a copout and unlikely to delegitimise this terrorist organisation. As long as holy books are used to perpetrate terror, using the same holy books to counter them will be infructuous.
Nov 24, 2014
Muslim clerics' use of Koran to counter ISIS is a double-edged swordSome 126 clerics and Islamic scholars have sent an open letter to ISIS chief al-Baghdadi and declaring his version of the Koran as wrong and that he will go to hell. But quoting scripture to defeat misinterpretations is not the way to go