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The organization Al-Qaeda in Sudan announced yesterday the birth of its student wing in the University of Khartoum in a new sign of growing extremist influence in the country. An unidentified Islamic Group leader speaks after a mass "standing prayer"
Indonesia is the world's most populous Muslim country, and it has long been considered the world's model for a Muslim-majority democracy. Now, it may have taken a step backwards under pressure from religious hard-liners, sparking a furor that drew
BBC News, Jakarta Lady Gaga's concert was cancelled after protests in Jakarta Indonesian account manager Putri Nuraini, 28, is devastated. She had been praying that US popstar Lady Gaga's show would go ahead as planned. But the performer's management
The public could also lose trust in the police, Otho said. "I am certain that strong pressure from minority groups had an indirect influence on the police's decisions throughout this controversy, even if they won't admit it," he said. Hard-line
It's final: Lady Gaga's show in Indonesia won't go on. Facing controversy over her concert in Indonesia, Lady Gaga’s management decided to cancel her Jakarta show on June 3. Islamic hard-
Latest Stories Lady Gaga's Indonesia concert cancelled organisers May 27, 2012 12:33 pm Indonesian Islamic hardliners chanting "go to hell Lady Gaga" stage a protest outside the US embassy in Jakarta against US pop diva Lady Gaga's concert here. Pop
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Stories German officials said the preemptive raids, conducted under German anti-Nazi laws of association, were aimed at uncovering unconstitutional or separatist acts and not part of an international terror hunt. The raids targeted the Islamic
The German Interior Ministry mounted simultaneous raids in three states on Tuesday against what it called Salafist networks suspected of seeking the imposition of an Islamic state in an apparent sign of growing concern over the radical messages of
In Tajikistan, the US-led forces have opened up supply routes, despite threats from a growing Islamic radicalisation and insurgency. The BBC's Khayrullo Fayz reports on why so many young Tajiks are drawn into underground Islamic groups.