Lord Christopher Monckton’s latest column proposed “A bill should be brought before Congress identifying all passages in the [Qur'an] which, whether in isolation or taken together, constitute incitement to murder.”
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Turkey could take in leaders of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood group who have been asked to leave Qatar.
The Islamic State (Isis) is intent on killing the Pope, the Iraqi ambassador to the Holy See has warned the Vatican.
"Brotherhood's Shura Council member Mohamed Saeed Bakri has been arrested," Brotherhood spokesman Murad al-Adayla said.
Berlin says it will focus on political and humanitarian efforts in fight against ISIL.
Haftar emerged as a renegade commander fighting rival militant groups but has recently entered into a frail alliance with the government in Tobruk
Although it is unlikely the movement will be banned in the UK, it is highly speculated that restrictions will be put on the group especially by the Charity Commission.
Tunisian newspaper Al-Shorouk earlier reported that Doha had asked Meshaal to leave the country.
A British young Muslim girl became the first veiled mascot on football pitches in UK’s Premier League as she accompanied Manchester City’s champ Yaya Toure before the Liverpool game while donning her Islamic headscarf.
Morgan was the last foreign minister under the ousted longtime dictator Zainal Abidin Ben Ali.
The crackdown on Urumqi madrasas is not the first this year.
An Egyptian diplomatic source has cited Saudi and American pressures for a recent Qatari move to expel seven Muslim Brotherhood figures from the country.
Israel is planning to forcibly transfer thousands of Palestinian Bedouins from their West Bank communities into a designated township to free up land for settlement expansion. Local and international groups are urging world leaders to pressure Israel to stop this violation of Palestinian rights.
President Mahmoud Abbas will ask his French counterpart Francois Hollande for official recognition of Palestine in an upcoming meeting this week, the Palestinian foreign minister said Sunday.
Sheikh Sabah is the first senior Kuwaiti official to visit the Palestinian territories since 1967.
Kuwait's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Sabah Khalid al-Ahmad al-Sabah is scheduled to visit Ramallah Sunday, marking the first visit by a high-profile Kuwaiti official to Palestine since 1967.
Palestinian detainee and former hunger striker Samer al-Issawi is in deteriorating condition, his family said after visiting him, an activist said Monday.
The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday condemned the Islamic State group's "ugly terrorism."
"Even today, after the second failure of another world war, perhaps one can speak of a third war, one fought piecemeal, with crimes, massacres, destruction," Pope Francis said.
Government forces target rebels in air strikes, throwing a deal to end a weeks-long standoff into jeopardy.
Israeli forces detained four Palestinian teenagers in East Jerusalem overnight Sunday, the Palestinian Prisoner's Society said.
Repeated anti-Muslim statements by an Oklahoma Republican lawmaker have left Muslims shocked, saddened and surprised, fearing reprisal attacks from people affected by his hateful rants.
An alliance of nationalist and leftist parties called on the government to reject the Washington-led anti-ISIL coalition on Saturday, a day after President Barack Obama said the US is assembling a broad international coalition with the goal to "snuff out" ISIL terrorists from Syria and Iraq.
Haftar had earlier accused rival militias of getting arms supplies through the northeastern Libya port
Around 242 activists have joined a solidarity hunger strike over the past 24 hours in support of dozens of people who were thrown in jail for violating the controversial protest law.
Officials at Egypt's interior ministry tell Al-Ahram that wanted Brotherhood figures are now in the UK.
Amos Gilad, a senior Israeli Defense Ministry official, said in an interview with the Israeli television that no specific date had been set for these talks yet.
An interview with Arthur C. Olivier, writer and producer of Operation Terror and former Mayor of Bellflower from Irvine, about the United States’ so-called counter-terrorism strategy.
In the United States, demand for information jumped 19 percent in the first six months of 2014 and more than tripled since 2009.
Israeli forces have detained 174 Palestinians across the West Bank during the second week of September alone, a Palestinian rights group said Sunday.
As hundreds of thousands of Palestinian children returned to school in Gaza on Sunday, Azhar recited a poem eulogizing her father, killed by Israeli shelling in the enclave's recent conflict.
Islamic State terrorists have released a video that shows the beheading of British hostage David Haines.
Some half million Gaza children made a delayed return to school on Sunday after a devastating 50-day war with Israel that killed more than 2,100 Palestinians and damaged hundreds of school buildings.
Gaza's only power plant is ready to begin running again as soon as a shipment of fuel arrives to the Strip, the plant's executive manager said Saturday.
Israeli authorities on Sunday morning denied Palestinian Minister of Education Khawla al-Shakhshir entry to the Gaza Strip, where she was expected to take part in the official inauguration of the new school year.
North Korea held a trial Sunday morning for American Matthew Miller, who was detained in April for violating his tourist status when he entered the country. Details were not immediately available.
Islamic State militants set fire to an oil storage tank at Iraq’s largest refinery as the U.S. prepares to escalate the campaign against the extremist group.
The family of murdered American journalist James Foley says it was threatened by a U.S. official who warned that family members could be charged with supporting terrorism if they paid a ransom to his Islamist captors, ABC News said on Friday.
Some senior figures in Egypt’s outlawed Muslim Brotherhood have agreed to leave Qatar, a prominent member of the group said on Saturday, following months of pressure on the Gulf Arab state from its neighbors to stop backing the Islamist group.
Yemen’s revolutionaries reject as baseless a government claim that the two sides have reached an agreement to end the political crisis in the country.
Srinagar, J & K, India, (Greater Kashmir): Officials on Friday said that nearly 220 people have died across flood ravaged Kashmir during the past eight days. They said that death toll is likely to increase as the water would recede in coming days.
Iraqi officials close to the country's new Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi say he has renounced his British citizenship since officially assuming office last week.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has blocked an attempt to push for the prosecution of Israel for war crimes in Gaza at the International Criminal Court, the second-deputy speaker of the Palestinian parliament said on Friday.
Around 200 supporters of former cricketer Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and controversial preacher Dr Tahir ul Qadri’s Pakistan Awami Tehrik have been detained in the last 24 hours from different parts of Pakistani capital Islamabad.
The exiled leader of Hamas denied Friday that the movement was running a "shadow government" in Gaza as charged by Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas.
Melkite Catholic Patriarch Gregory III Lahham on Thursday withdrew from a dinner banquet that was hosted on the sidelines of a conference held in defense of the Christians of the East in Washington and where US lawmakers made statements that the prelate had earlier deemed as "racist."
Thousands of Yemeni revolutionaries have held a mass funeral for those killed in anti-government protests in the capital, Sana’a, urging the government to step down over rampant corruption.
Moroccan authorities have announced they have broken up an extremist cell responsible for the dissemination of jihadi messages and recruiting Moroccans to fight with ISIS in Syria and Iraq, the Moroccan Interior Ministry says.
Several accounts affiliated with militant group appear to have gone dormant.
Israeli navy forces opened fire at Palestinian fishermen in Gaza early Friday, witnesses said, in the third incident off Gaza's coast this week.
At least three people including one Frontier Corps (FC) personnel were killed and 22 others injured in a remote controlled bomb explosion early on Saturday in the Satellite Town area of Quetta, police said.
Yemen's government and Muslim Houthi rebels signed an agreement on Thursday to end a crisis that has seen weeks of sometimes bloody protests in the capital Sanaa, a member of the government's negotiating team said.
Prominent Iraqi Muslim leader Muqtada al-Sadr has insisted during a surprise visit to Baghdad by US Secretary of State John Kerry that Iraq should not cooperate with "occupiers."
At least five civilians have been killed and several others wounded in a series of mortar attacks by foreign-backed militants near the Syrian capital Damascus.
Syrian army retook full control of the town of Halfaya and its surrounding areas in the western province of Hama.
Senior Hamas official Ismail Haniyeh on Friday urged the Palestinian leadership to sign the Rome Statute and hold Israel accountable for its crimes in Gaza at the International Criminal Court.
Israel has released Palestinian member of parliament Khalid Yahya Said, 56, from Meggido prison, a Palestinian human rights group said Thursday.
The boycott of Israeli products across the West Bank has led to a noticeable difference for Palestinian industries, as many Palestinians have shunned Israeli products in favor of local equivalents.
Authorities in Indian occupied Kashmir collected the bodies of women and children floating in the streets on Thursday as anger mounted over what many survivors said was a bungled operation to help those caught in the region's worst flooding in 50 years.
Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond has slammed the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) for using a “dirty tricks campaign” to disrupt the outcome of next week’s Scottish independence referendum.
Israeli forces raided a Palestinian village in the Jenin area in the northern West Bank Wednesday and detained 14 young Palestinian men, the Palestinian Prisoner's Society reported.
Palestinian detainee Raed al-Jabari, 35, died after being tortured while in Israeli prison custody, a Palestinian official said Thursday.
“Killing people, suicide bombing, the killing of innocent human beings is wrong. It is not the teaching of Islam," he said.