Indonesian Govt. indifference to Forceful Conversion of Shiite Muslims to Wahabism


INDONESIA-RELIGION-ISLAM-SHIITEJNN 02 Aug 2013 Jakarta : Sampang’s persecuted Shiite Muslim minority, fearful of another round of forced conversions by Wahabi Muslims, called on President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to ensure their religious freedom after a forum meant to negotiate the exiled group’s homecoming placed the matter in the hands of Wahabi clerics accused of inciting sectarian tensions in Madura Island.

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Car Bomb Blast Near a Mosque in Bahrain


Bahrain's Car Bomb Blast 17.07.13JNN 19 July 2013 Manama : A car bomb has blasted outside Shaikh Eisa Bin Salman mosque in south of Bahraini capital Manama as worshippers attended Taraweeh prayers, Bahrain’s Interior Ministry has said. Continue reading

13 children Dead in a fire at a Mosque in Yangoon, Myanmar


Police stand in front of a mosque and school dormitory that were damaged by a fire in Yangon

JNN 10 Apr 2013 YANGON, Myanmar,: Police in Myanmar said they were investigating the head of a mosque and a Muslim teacher for possible negligence after a pre-dawn fire swept a religious dormitory Tuesday, killing 13 children in a blaze that raised new concern over sectarian tensions that have plagued the country since anti-Muslim violence hit the nation’s heartland last month. Continue reading

At least 28 Martyred , as Car Bombs Hit Shi’ite Areas of Baghdad, Iraq


Car Bombs Hit Baghdad 17 Feb 2013JNN 18 Feb 2013 Baghdad : Eight car bombs exploded in Shi’ite Muslim neighbourhoods across Iraq’s capital Baghdad on Sunday morning, killing at least 28 people in blasts that tore into shops, restaurants and busy commercial streets. Continue reading

5 Martyred 12 Injured By a Bomb Blast on a Iranian Pilgrims Bus near Baghdad , Iraq


JNN 28 Oct 2012 Baghdad – A terrorist blast hit a bus full of Iranian pilgrims in Baghdad on Saturday, Martyring five and injuring 12 Iranian nationals, according to the Persian service of the Mehr News Agency.  Continue reading

Bomb blasts in Shia Neighbourhoods kill 100 as fugitive VP gets Death sentence in Iraq


JNN 11 Sept 2012 BAGHDAD: A series of bombs ripped through mainly Shia Baghdad districts on Sunday after Iraq’s fugitive Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi was sentenced to death, ending one of the bloodiest days of the year with more than 100 killed across the country.     Continue reading