Gunmen raid AK Party office in Istanbul

Gunmen raid AK Party office in Istanbul

Two unknown gunmen have raided an office of Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party in a suburb of the city of Istanbul.

 
Iran urges anti-terror bid in Syria

Iran urges anti-terror bid in Syria

A senior Iranian official has endorsed the UN move to appeal for humanitarian aid for Syrians, stressing the need for a serious collective campaign aimed at uprooting terrorism in Syria.

 
Israeli shelling of Gaza ‘soared 533%’

Israeli shelling of Gaza ‘soared 533%’

A newly released study shows that the use of explosive artillery by Israeli forces in last year’s war on Gaza increased by over 530 percent compared to the Israeli regime’s military offensive on the coastal ...

 
Salehi, Moniz hold technical nuclear talks

Salehi, Moniz hold technical nuclear talks

Iran and the US have kicked off fresh nuclear talks over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program in the Swiss city of Lausanne.

 
US warships join Saudi attack on Yemen

US warships join Saudi attack on Yemen

The United States Navy has reportedly joined Saudi Arabia’s airstrikes against Yemen, according to a military source.

 
UNICEF: At least 62 children killed in Saudi airstrikes

UNICEF: At least 62 children killed in Saudi airstrikes

The United Nations children's agency, UNICEF, said on Tuesday at least 62 children have been killed and 30 injured during the Saudi aggression against Yemen over the past week.

 
Turkey acquits 236 in coup case

Turkey acquits 236 in coup case

A high court in Turkey has dropped charges against over 200 people, including former senior military figures, over their alleged role in a coup plot against the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) ...

 
Myanmar, rebels sign draft peace deal

Myanmar, rebels sign draft peace deal

Myanmar’s government and representatives of over a dozen major armed rebel groups have signed a draft ceasefire deal that aims to end decades of civil war in the country.

 
Nigeria announces official vote results

Nigeria announces official vote results

Nigeria’s electoral commission has announced the official results of the country’s presidential election, declaring opposition leader Mohammadu Buhari the winner of the polls.

 
US Muslim Parents Face Education Challenges

US Muslim Parents Face Education Challenges

Raising children in the west has turned into a hard challenge facing Muslim parents, where they work against circumstances, many of which work against them in their goal to raise their youngsters not ...

 
 
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Zionist ‘Arab’ regimes attack Yemen

It is a disgraceful spectacle. Across the Arab world, illegitimate dictators have united to prop up the worst illegitimate dictatorship of them all – the doomed and desperate House of Saud.

US police racism and the Ferguson courts

Last week, United States Attorney General Eric Holder issued two seemingly contradictory reports. It was officially announced that Darren Wilson, the police officer who killed unarmed African American youth Michael Brown on August 9, would not be indicted on federal civil rights violations charges due ...

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Zafar Bangash, Director of Contemporary Islamic Thought Institute, says Iranian Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, adopts a light and kind tone in his letter to the youth in the West with the aim of promoting the Islamic moderation and warning against the rise of extremism in the name of Islam.

John Pilger is the kind of well-informed, hard-hitting journalist with gobs of integrity that no longer exists in the Western mainstream media. He has the most distinguished career of all in the business.

Presenting the Message of Quran in Simple English

Numerous English translations of the Quran appeared in the 20th century.

 
Quran Interpretation in Russian Published in Moscow

The first Tafsir (interpretation) of the entire Quran in the Russian language was published in Moscow.

Books on dialogue and unity a big hit

The 20th Muscat International Book Fair (February 26-March 7) has offered a rich treat to visitors with titles on Oman and other countries, vision on interfaith dialogue, worldwide unity and brotherhood in the light of His Majesty the Sultan’s policy of “Friendship with all and enmity to none”.

Translation of 40 Hadiths released in Thailand

A new translation of the book “40 Hadiths” in Thai language has been appeared in print in Thailand.

Translations of Ayatollah Javadi Amoli’s ‘Mafatih al-Hayat’ will be released

English and Arabic translations of the book ‘Mafatih al Hayat’ will soon be released as its preparation process has been well in progress.

Journal of Religious Sciences Published in Belgrade

A new edition of “Kom” scientific-research journal has been published in Belgrade, Serbia, by Qom Center of Religious Sciences.

 
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Malawian Muslim Revives Islam in Zimbabwe

Worried about declining numbers of the followers of Islam in Zimbabwe, a young Malawian Muslim has embarked on the mission to propagate Islam in the neighboring country, in a bid to boost Muslim population in the southern African nation.

10 facts about Israel

On 17 March, Israelis went to the polls to elect a new government. Here are 10 facts about the Knesset elections and the Palestinian vote.

Talks underway among World powers to lift sactions

Unnamed Western officials were quoted by Reuters that major world powers have opened dialouges on a Security Council resolution so as to lift UN sanctions on Iran.

Boko Haram Stigma haunts Muslims

Fleeing horror and death in their home country, many Nigerian Muslims in Cameroon are facing Boko Haram stigma, with suspicious residents persecuting them as "sympathizers" of the militant group.

You’ve got mail! Now what?

The historic letter addressed to the youth of North America and Europe by Leader of Iran's Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei is more dynamic than it may appear. There is an opportunity at hand which needs to be siezed.