Balanche, Middle-East, Alawites, Christians, Jews, India, Islamic State, ISIS, Druze

Balanche: Minorities threatened by Jihadists in Middle-East

New York, March 18, 2016: In a presentation delivered as a part of Christian Solidarity International’s current series of talks on The Future of Religious Minorities in the Middle East, Balanche said, “religious pluralism has been maintained by authoritarian states that protect minorities” – states whose rulers were themselves from religious minority groups. He stressed […]

Bangladesh, Hindu persecution, Hinduism, minority rights, India

Hindu girl gang-raped, threatened to withdraw case

Dhaka, March 15, 2016: Bangladesh Minority Watch has revealed that a minority Hindu College girl was gang-raped by unidentified perpetrators at the Sathiya Upazilla of Pabna District gang-raped on last Sunday night. The rapists were armed with a gun with them and threatened the victim post which they raped her one after another. After raping her they left […]

Saudi Arabia Concludes North Thunder

New Delhi, March 12, 2016: Saudi Arabia has successfully concluded North Thunder, a military exercise, yesterday with the aim of unifying the region’s military forces to promote peace and stability. A press statement by the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia, Information Office said that the “exercise was one of the largest military exercises in the region, […]

Donald Trump Muslims, Cair, USA Apple

Trump must apologize for ‘Islam Hates Us’

  Washington, March 11, 2016: Muslim leaders in the USA are angry with the GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump and have demanded an apology for claiming that “Islam hates us.” Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is joining other Muslim leaders at a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., to demand that leading GOP […]

The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center Yemen Food supply

Yemen gets food supplies from King Salman Relief Center

New York, March 1, 2016:  The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center  successfully carried out three rounds of airdrops for Taiz, Yemen, over the last three days. The center’s General Supervisor, Dr. Abdullah Al Rabeeah, told reporters at a briefing in Washington that Taiz had been the most difficult city for the international community to reach, […]