21 January 2013
Las Vegas: Despite a defence attorney’s complaints, a judge in Nevada on Friday set bail at $1.22 million for a Saudi air force sergeant jailed since New Year’s Eve on a rape charge.
18 October 2012
An appeal to the government of Saudi Arabia to stop publishing hate-filled textbooks was issued today by seven current and former heads of major American publishing
13 October 2012
A compass pointing the way to Mecca is embedded in a new MasterCard aimed at Muslims.
01 September 2012
Several reports appearing in July indicate that Christian minorities all around the Muslim world—especially women and children—are being abducted, tortured, raped, forced to convert to Islam, and/or enslaved. In Egypt, at least
29 August 2012
(MENAFN - Arab News) A number of religious scholars and academics have stressed the need for
27 July 2012
Saudi authorities arrested a local man and a Lebanese on charges of converting a Saudi woman to Christianity and smuggling her to Lebanon.
14 June 2012
They were arrested in December 2011. Despite US pressures, Saudi authorities deny religion was the motive behind their detention. Since 2006, praying in private has been allowed in Saudi Arabia.
10 May 2012
A growing number of Wahhabi Muslims in Saudi Arabia are now expressing their radical views on social media sites like Facebook, according to a new study.
04 February 2012
26 October 2011
16 September 2011
.- A new report shows that Saudi Arabia, home to 15 of the 19 terrorist hijackers of 9/11, continues to promote a violent form of Islam through its school system and textbooks 10 years after the attacks.