Tehreek-i-Labaik Pakistan lifts partial Islamabad siege after govt talks, seeks expulsion of French ambassador
The group, headed by firebrand cleric Khadim Hussain Rizvi, began demonstrating in Pakistan's national capital to denounce the publication of Prophet Mohammad's cartoons in a French magazine
An FIR has been registered against them for staging the protest in violation of COVID-19 restrictions, the Madhya Pradesh police said
Pedestrians and motorists spotted hundreds of posters of Macron, who is facing criticism from Muslim countries over caricatures of Prophet Mohammad, pasted on a road in Mumbai's Bhendi Bazaar area
France’s national police have called for increased security at religious sites around the All Saint’s holiday this coming weekend, particularly noting online threats from extremists against Christians and moderate French Muslims
Bengaluru violence: 'We are everybody's punching bag,' says SDPI leader as Karnataka govt mulls banning party
The SDPI in its attempt to match the RSS, Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad has allegedly drifted from promoting positive politics committed to empower the Muslims, Dalits and deprived communities
Eid-e-Milad 2019: Narendra Modi, Ram Nath Kovind greet nation; PM tweets, 'May there be peace all around'
President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday greeted the nation on Eid-e-Milad, the birthday of Prophet Mohammed. “His message of universal brotherhood and compassion inspires us to work for well being of all,” Kovind said in a tweet. Modi said, 'May there be peace all around.'
Asia Bibi exonerated, but scope for misuse of blasphemy law remains challenge for Imran Khan's Pakistan
Pakistan's Supreme Court has, for the first time, come down heavily on the gross misuse of the blasphemy law in Pakistan
Indian Muslims must heed Jordan's King Abdullah's message: Ending takfirism key to getting rid of radicalism
Jordan’s importance for Indian Muslims lies in an inclusivist non-takfiri (not accusing other Muslims of apostasy) interpretation of Islam which King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein championed through the Amman Message
French weekly Charlie Hebdo gets fresh death threats for cartoon on rape accused Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan
French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo has said it is pressing charges after receiving fresh death threats against staffers over a cartoon of the Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan who faces rape allegations
Supreme Court strikes down triple talaq: Tracing evolution and origin of divorce through Islamic history
Reacting to the Supreme Court striking down triple talaq among Muslims, Islamic scholar Maulana Wahiduddin said the "laws have been rectified" and women have "nothing to complain about
Equality in Islam is limited to Muslim brotherhood, excludes non-Muslims until they live under Sharia rule
The concept of equality in Islam, as understood by Muslims, has always been 'Islamic equality', or equality between Muslims only. This excludes equality for non-Muslims.
Scores of commentators who used to be Yogi Adityanath fans accused the Uttar Pradesh chief minister of acting like a secular, castigating his tweet on Hazrat Ali’s birthday as an unacceptable political gimmick
Travels of a political pilgrim: Mubarakpur sits at the junction of Islamic doctrinal sects divided by Taqleed
Mubarakpur, less than an hour from Azamgarh town by an autorickshaw, is a small town with not even a government-run degree college or a railway station
How could anyone in India name their son after Taimur, a man who ordered so much bloodshed in India?
The appeal by Raza Academy, a Mumbai-based Sunni organisation, seeking an India-wide ban on the film Muhammad: The Messenger of God, has evoked a mixed response from the community.
An attempted attack on a cartoon contest concerning Prophet Mohammed in the US state of Texas was inspired -- but not ordered by -- the Islamic State group.
Elton Simpson — one of the men suspected in the Texas shootings outside a contest featuring cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad was known to FBI since 2016.
Two armed men who opened fire on a security officer outside of a provocative contest for cartoon depictions of the Prophet Muhammad have been killed, authorities in the Dallas suburb of Garland said Sunday night.
A Turkish court has ordered Facebook to block a number of pages deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammad, threatening to stop access to the whole social networking site if it does not comply, local media reported.
A separatist-called shutdown to protest against the publication of blasphemous cartoons affected normal life in the Kashmir Valley on Friday.