Islamic World News

Opposition Cries Foul Over Bhutto Blast

Pakistan opposition parties believe the bombing attack against the homecoming parade of former premier Benazir Bhutto scuffles the opposition ahead of the upcoming general elections, scheduled for next January and only serves the interest of President Pervez Musharraf.

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Darfur talks in Danger

On Wednesday October 24, UN envoy in Darfur, Jan Eliasson said, speaking from Eritrea via videoconference to New York, that it is still unclear exactly how many rebel leaders will participate in the peace talks in Sirte, Libya. The peace conference scheduled to begin on Saturday faces the risk of …

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Myanmar Muslims Plight

RUILI, China — Muslim in the South East Asian nation of Myanmar, presently under the international microscope, has for decades been silently suffering from discrimination and a catalogue of abuses.

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