Web Edition
Radiance Viewsweekly
Islamic Magazine
Wednesday 26th Nov 2014 Home Subscribe Now Renew Subscription Gift Subscription Archive
Islamic Magazine Indian Muslim News
Islamic Magazine
Muslim World
Vol. XLV No. 6, 2007-08-19
Post Comments Email This Article Print This Article
EGYPT TRIAL BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
 

The trial of 40 members of Egyptian opposition group the Muslim Brotherhood on charges of money-laundering and financing a banned organisation resumed at a military tribunal on amid calls to allow observers into the court. The hearing on a military base took place behind closed doors despite protests by rights groups barred from attending the politically charged trial. Amnesty International secretary general Irene Khan on Saturday voiced the group's opposition to the use of military cour... More

 
 
 
IRAN DISTASTES HOMOSEXUALITY
 

Iran shut down a daily for the second time in less than a year after the paper published an interview with a woman accused of being a homosexual. The ban comes amid growing pressure on the press in Iran and follows the closure of fellow daily Ham Mihan last month.

Shargh, the newspaper published a full-page interview with an expatriate Iranian poet who lives in Canada, under the headline "Feminine Language." The press watchdog voted for the ban by examining an article w... More

 
 
 
OIC-IDB MISSION TO VISIT DARFUR
 

A joint mission by the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) and the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) is heading to Darfur, Sudan, to provide emergency humanitarian relief at a cost of $1 million. The president of the IDB, Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Ali, met with OIC Assistant Secretary-General for International and Humanitarian Affairs, Ambassador Atta El-Manan Bakhit, and the ambassador of Sudan in Saudi Arabia at the OIC General Secretariat headquarters in Jeddah to discuss the goals of ... More

 
 
 
BANGLADESH APPEALS FOR FLOOD AID
 

The leader of Bangladesh's military-backed interim government appealed for aid from home and abroad to help millions displaced in severe flooding across the country. Fakhruddin Ahmed said in a live address televised that Bangladesh would welcome the help of foreign countries and international donor agencies. The urgent appeal came as flood waters inundated thousands of villages and some 40 percent of Bangladesh. Each year at least a fifth of the flood-prone nation's land is covered by wa... More

 
 
 
PENTAGON LOSES TRACK OF WEAPONS
 

The Pentagon cannot account for 190,000 AK-47 rifles and pistols given to Iraqi security forces in 2004 and 2005, or about half the weapons earmarked for soldiers and police, according to a government report. The Government Accountability Office, the investigative arm of the U.S. Congress, said in a report to lawmakers that the Defense Department also cannot account for 135,000 items of body armor and 115,000 helmets reported to be issued to Iraqi forces. The Pentagon concurred with its ... More

 
 
 
Post Comments Email This Article Print This Article

 
Search
 
Islamic Magazine
 In This Issue
Freedom or Free Doom?
Exposing the truth behind the War on terrorBOOK REVIEW
Towards Peace in Human SocietyCOVER STORY
Good Conduct Ensures PeaceGUIDANCE - II
Respect Human LifeGUIDANCE-I
BRING MUMBAI RIOTS CULPRITS TO JUSTICE: JAMIAT CHIEFINSIDE INDIA
EGYPT TRIAL BEHIND CLOSED DOORSMUSLIM WORLD
Muslim EmpowermentREADERS PULSE
Implement Srikrishna panel recommendationsREPORT
 Special Issues
 Focus Issues
 Useful Links
There are currently no polls.
Subscribe Now and get 40% off
 Subscribe Newsletter
 Enter your Email:
Submit