2007 News

December 29, 2007 Call to free Iraq's Tariq Aziz

The spiritual leader of Iraq's Chaldean Christian community has called on US forces to release Saddam Hussein's ex-deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz.

December 29, 2007 US court overturns $156 million award in terrorism suit against Islamic charities

A United States federal appeals court on Friday overturned a $156 million award against US-based Muslim activists for their involvement in the

December 29, 2007 Who killed Benazir Bhutto?

Bhutto was an outspoken critic of Al Qaeda and other extremist Islamist groups. Consequently, Al Qaeda and other Islamist groups hated her for her

December 27, 2007 Pakistan's Bhutto assassinated at rally

Pakistan opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was assassinated Thursday in a suicide attack that also killed at least 20 others at a campaign rally

December 26, 2007 Russia to supply Iran with new air defense system, defense minister says

Russia is to supply Iran with new S-300 air defense systems, Defense Minister Mostafa Mohammad Najjar said Wednesday, a sign of growing military

December 17, 2007 This Christmas Happy Hanukkah and a prosperous Eid

Abraham is also the patriarch of Christianity and Judaism which makes this holiday season especially important for Muslims as it provides them

December 16, 2007 Russia Helps Its Muslims Take the Journey to Mecca

Barred by the Soviets for decades from carrying out Islam's most sacred rite, such pilgrims were among the tens of thousands of Russian Muslims

December 7, 2007 Gaddafi, back in Europe, slams "dictatorship" at UN

Speaking at Lisbon University on his first ever official visit to Portugal, Gaddafi also criticised the fact that only a few select countries in the

December 7, 2007 Remarks on Violent Radicalization & Homegrown Terrorism

Mr. Speaker, I regret that I was unavoidably out of town on October 23, 2007, when a vote was taken on HR 1955

December 7, 2007 Britain unveils plans for new terrorism powers

Britain unveiled plans on Thursday for controversial new powers to extend the time police can hold terrorism suspects without charge

December 7, 2007 Jury in terrorism trial is deadlocked

A federal jury reported Thursday that it was deadlocked over whether to convict seven South Florida men accused of plotting terrorist attacks

November 29, 2007 Saudi oil plants targeted in missile plot

Officials said there were plans to attack oil industry targets and preparations were being made to smuggle missiles into the country.

September 15, 2007 A Veneer of Moderation

Federal prosecution is exposing the hidden agenda of some mainstream Muslim groups

September 12, 2007 Last Chance for Iraq

Iraqi forces' inability to takeover security operations may be the only leverage the United States has to facilitate reconciliation and a political solution between the parties in Iraq.

August 26, 2007 Can Americans Be Convinced Islam Isn't the Black Sheep of Religions?

Bear in mind that the number of Muslims who don't know that a fatwa isn't binding is matched by the number who think bin Laden is a religious scholar.