Pakistani Taliban demand Islamic system of governance: Reports

Islamic system of governance, Shariah law and release of jailed militants are agenda of Taliban for peace talks with the Pakistan government, according to media reports on Sunday.

Non-Muslims can practise Shariah Law: Malaysian court

For the first time, non-Muslim lawyers in Malaysia can practise Shariah Law following a landmark decision by the country`s Court of Appeal.

Pak Taliban rule out peace, vow to fight "secular rulers"

The banned Pakistani Taliban have ruled out the possibility of peace negotiations with the government and pledged to continue their fight against the country`s "secular rulers".

UN gives West African states 45 days for military action on Mali

UN Security Council has unanimously adopted a resolution to help Malian troops to drive Islamic militants out of the northern part of Mali.

Pak cleric wants Parliament to enforce Shariah

The chief cleric of the radical
Lal Masjid here has asked Pakistan`s Supreme Court to invoke its suo moto powers and order Parliament to enforce Shariah or Islamic law across the country.

Oklahoma voters ban shariah law

The central US state of Oklahoma is to become the first state in the US to ban Islamic sharia law.

In a first, three women caned in Malaysia under Shariah law

Three Muslim women became the
first in this Islamic country to be caned for Shariah offences
after being found guilty of having illicit sex, Malaysian Home
Minister said on Wednesday.