Tensions mount in al-Quds over Israeli restrictions

Tensions mount in al-Quds over Israeli restrictions

Tensions are mounting in al-Quds (Jerusalem) as the Israeli regime imposes restrictions on Palestinian worshippers attending Friday prayers.

 
Peshmerga fighters poised to enter Kobani to join anti-ISIL fight

Peshmerga fighters poised to enter Kobani to join anti-ISIL fight

Fighters from Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government forces, known as Peshmerga, are set to enter the Syrian town of Kobani to join the fight against the ISIL militants.

 
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UN's Syria envoy proposes action plan

The United Nations special envoy to Syria, Staffan de Mistura, has proposed an action plan for areas where Syrian forces are fighting Takfiri militants.

 
Cleric: US file in Iranian history shameful

Cleric: US file in Iranian history shameful

November 4 capturing of the US espionage den (embassy) in 1988 marked beginning of a new phase in Iranians’ campaign against global oppression, said interim Friday prayers leader of Tehran, stressing ...

 
Funeral held for Palestinian killed by Israeli forces

Funeral held for Palestinian killed by Israeli forces

Mourners have held a funeral in East Al-Quds (Jerusalem) for a former Palestinians prisoner who was killed by Israeli forces after being suspected of attempted murder, Press TV reports.

 
US, Turkey still ‘dedicated’ to ouster of Assad: Analyst

US, Turkey still ‘dedicated’ to ouster of Assad: Analyst

An American foreign policy expert says the United States and Turkey are still dedicated to the ouster of the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

 
FSA admits sending militants to Kobani through Turkey

FSA admits sending militants to Kobani through Turkey

The so-called Free Syrian Army (FSA) admits for the first time that it has sent hundreds of militants to Syria’s northern city of Kobani through Turkey, with Damascus condemning Ankara for letting the ...

 
Ukraine, Russia, EU strike gas deal

Ukraine, Russia, EU strike gas deal

Russia has signed a deal with the European Union and Ukraine on the resumption of natural gas supplies to Ukraine after a hiatus that lasted for several months during the conflict in Ukraine.

 
Israel nabs 5 Palestinians in East al-Quds

Israel nabs 5 Palestinians in East al-Quds

Israeli forces have arrested five Palestinian protesters in East al-Quds (Jerusalem), amid tensions over an earlier move by Israel to close the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

 
Harassing Muslims on rise in Canada: Organization

Harassing Muslims on rise in Canada: Organization

A Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization in Canada says reports of anti-Muslim harassment have risen dramatically in the North American country.

 
 
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Bangladeshis Mourn Ghulam Azam’s Death

Professor Ghulam Azam, a key name in the history of the Islamic movement of Bangladesh and Muslim world, died earlier this week at the age of 91, leaving behind a huge vacuum in the Islamic movement in the country.

Results of Western intervention in Libya

On October 20, 2011, the leader of the North African state of Libya was brutally assassinated in the city of Sirte. Col. Muammar Gaddafi had been leading a struggle to defend his country from a war of regime-change coordinated and financed by the United States and NATO.

Nigerians Dream of Justice in New Hijri Year

Nigerian Muslims have welcomed the New Hijri year with rallies, prayers and expectations that authorities will ensure justice and fairness for every segment of the society.

Israelis kill Americans with impunity

The Israelis have killed another young American. Like 18-year-old Furkan Dogan, who was murdered aboard the Mavi Marmara, and 23-year-old Rachel Corrie, who was deliberately crushed beneath an Israeli bulldozer, the latest victim – 14-year-old Orwa Hammad – was martyred trying to stop the genocide in ...

Ebola, mere lie fabricated by US media

American lies brought to you an Iraq war and hundreds of thousands dead. American lies recently brought us the barbarism of Ukraine. American lies next forced all to bear witness to contrived atrocities in Syria and accept fabricated excuses for hundreds of dead children in Gaza.

 
Imam Reza’s biography translated into Armenia

The thoughts of the eighth Shiite Muslim leader Imam Reza have been published in Armenian.

Mystical Whispers to be in print

A book by the late Founder of the Islamic Republic Imam Khomeini will be unveiled to mark the Imam’s demise anniversary.

Ancient Iran books offered to UNESCO

Iran has submitted six ancient linear treasures to the United Nations to be registered on the organization’s Memory of the World register list.

Arab World to Enjoy Nima Poems

A selection of poems by the late contemporary poet Nima Yushij has been rendered into Arabic and will be released in Arab countries.

Author Younan’s minimalist stories released

Iranian author Rasoul Younan has released his latest book—a collection of minimalist stories titled ‘Damn You, Pick Up the Phone! ‘.

 
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1st Intl Seminar of “Muslim Women’s viewpoints” held in London

The 1st International Seminar under the banner of “Muslim Women’s viewpoints” was held in UK Capital City of London.

Ayatollah Araki stresses telling role of Unity

Speaking in the 2nd international peace and unity conference which was held in Scotland, Ayatollah Araki put accentuation on the telling role of unity and rapprochement.

Canada Muslims Fear Quebec Backlash

The killing of a solider near Montreal has left Canada Muslims terrified of an expected backlash against the religious community, calling on Canadians to join hands against extremism, instead of blaming Muslims for terror acts committed in their name.

Morocco Honors Swedish Diplomat Who Chose Islam

In 1983, he decided to go on pension, reverting to Islam later in 1986 after he mastered Arabic and learned Qur’an by heart.

West Africans Fights Ebola With Religion

As the death toll of Ebola epidemic soars, people in West Africa are turning to religion as a last resort to combat the contagious disease amid an increasingly desperate situation.