Prime Minister Stephen Harper has said that Canada will not be intimidated by the attack on the Parliament and the brazen assault strengthened their resolve to redouble the efforts in fighting terrorism.
With the word divided on Pakistan's leadership in 2015 World Cup between Misbah-ul Haq and Shahid Aridi, former skipper Inzamam-ul-Haq said that it's too late to meddle with the national captaincy with just over a 100 days remaining for the showpiece event.
Noted educationist from Middle East Abdulaziz Othman Altwaijri today called on Indian Muslim youths to project the true, humanitarian and inclusive image of Islam to the rest of the world and reaffirm its image as a religion of peace and mercy.
Wreaking havoc in the border town of Kobane (Ayn al-Arab) since last two days, Islamic State fighters were stopped in their tracks on Wednesday as US-led anti-jihadist warplanes bombed extremist targets overnight.
As the Islamic State fighters pushed deeper into the border town of Kobane in Syria, occupying districts and hoisting their flags over the occupied buildings and hills, the US-led anti-Islamic State coalition on Tuesday launched air strikes on extremist targets near the embattled town.
Few days after an Islamic State video was posted online threatening to kill a 26-year-old US hostage Peter Kassig, the captive's parents have released excerpts from a letter written by him during the ISIS captivity.
This was a news that the family of the slain British aid worker Alan Henning “hoped they would never hear”. Having beheaded three Westerners before in a similar way, the barbaric Islamic State released a video showing the brutal murder of British aid worker Alan Henning on Friday.
Over 2 million pilgrims, including about 1.5 lakh Indians, thronged Mount Arafat and its surrounding plain today for the high point of Haj as Saudi Arabia's Grand Mufti voiced Islam's unequivocal position against extremism and terrorism.
Al-Nusra Front, Al-Qaeda`s Syrian franchise, said Saturday that foreign air strikes on the country constitute a "war against Islam", and threatened to attack the worldwide interests of participating nations.
Western journalists James Foley and John Cantlie converted to Islam while being held hostage in Syria, a Belgian newspaper quoted a jihadist suspect as saying Wednesday, adding that the pair may have been forced to do so.