Catholic area riots after Protestant marches in Northern Ireland

July 13, 2011

(Nationalist youths and police in riot gear clash in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast July 12, 2011/Cathal McNaughton)

Bangladesh Islamists stage strike against dropping Allah from constitution

By Reuters Staff
July 10, 2011

(Members of Islami Andolan Bangladesh, a radical Islamist group set tires on fire as they barricade a highway during a daylong strike in Kachpur near Dhaka July 10, 2011/Andrew Biraj)

“Neither God, nor Master” film angers Tunisian Islamists

July 6, 2011

(A Tunisian flag at a peaceful demonstration in Tunis January 15, 2011/Zohra Bensemra)

Daniel-in-lion’s-den moment for new Catholic archbishop of free-wheeling Berlin

By Reuters Staff
July 5, 2011

(St. Hedwig's Catholic Cathedral in Berlin, 20 June 2009/Beek100)

Like Daniel in the lion’s den, Berlin’s new Catholic archbishop met the media on Tuesday to face accusations he was homophobic and far too conservative for such a prominent post in the free-wheeling German capital. Rainer Maria Woelki, a surprise choice for the high-profile post, professed respect for gays, denied membership in the staunchly conservative Opus Dei group and said he did not come to Berlin to point a censuring finger at non-Catholics.

Israel targets top rabbis for anti-Arab incitement backing “King’s Doctrine”

July 3, 2011

(Israeli policemen, mounted on horses, try to control a group of right-wing Israeli protesters during clashes at a protest in Jerusalem June 27, 2011, against the arrest earlier on Monday of their Rabbi Dov Lior/Ronen Zvulun )

Hizb ut-Tahrir urges Pakistanis to take to the streets for Islamic rule

July 1, 2011

(A protester pokes his head through a banner during a demonstration by members of Hizb ut-Tahrir outside the Syrian embassy in central London, May 7, 2011/Andrew Winning)

European Jewish groups vow to fight Dutch ritual slaughter ban

June 29, 2011

(A kosher food shop in Berlin's Mitte district November 3, 2008/Fabrizio Bensch)

Sunni-Shi’ite sectarian divide widens after Bahrain unrest

June 9, 2011

(A new sign showing the direction towards Al Farooq Junction, previously known as Pearl Square, stands along a road in Manama May 31, 2011. Bahraini authorities demolished the monument in Pearl Square in March following the country's unrest where thousands of Shiite Muslims protested by camping there/Hamad I Mohammed)

Protests in Bahrain’s Shi’ite neighbourhoods fall on deaf ears

By Reuters Staff
June 9, 2011

(Shi'ite protesters march in the Sanabis neighbourhood in Manama June 3, 2011/Hamad I Mohammed)

Indian police break up hunger strike by yoga guru Swami Ramdev

By Reuters Staff
June 5, 2011

(A supporter of India's yoga guru Swami Ramdev is detained by police at the Ramlila grounds where Ramdev was observing his fast against corruption in New Delhi June 5, 2011/stringer)