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Israel issued 50,000 administrative detention orders against Palestinians since 1967

Israel issued 50,000 administrative detention orders against Palestinians since 1967

The Israeli authorities have issued 50,000 administrative detention orders against Palestinians since 1967; the year when Israel occupied the West Bank and Gaza Strip, the Palestinian Commission for Detainees ...

 
Health of Palestinians in Israel jails ‘deteriorating’

Health of Palestinians in Israel jails ‘deteriorating’

The health condition of Palestinian prisoners being held in Israeli jails is “deteriorating”, the Committee of Prisoners and Released Prisoners’ Affairs said in a report yesterday.

 
53% of Gaza residents live in poverty

53% of Gaza residents live in poverty

More than half of Palestinians living in the besieged Gaza Strip live below the poverty line, the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) said in a report yesterday.

 
Far-right groups attack three mosques in Netherlands

Far-right groups attack three mosques in Netherlands

Far-right groups have attacked three mosques in the Netherlands, a Muslim charity fund official said .

 
Israeli troops clash with Palestinians kill 10 other civilians

Israeli troops clash with Palestinians kill 10 other civilians

Israeli forces have killed ten other Palestinian demonstrators in clashes erupted on Gaza border as the number of those who have lost their lives since Land Day demonstrations exceeds two dozen.

 
Israel banned call to prayer at Ibrahimi Mosque more than fifty times in March

Israel banned call to prayer at Ibrahimi Mosque more than fifty times in March

Israel’s occupation authorities prevented the call to prayer being made at Hebron’s Ibrahimi Mosque at least 52 times in March, a Palestinian Authority official said .

 
Federica Mogherini

Federica Mogherini's statement came after 15 Palestinians were martyred by the Israeli army on Friday during peaceful protests. "The EU mourns the loss of life,” said Mogherini. “The use of live ammunition should, in particular, be part of an indepe

The military operations launched by France in the African continent led to civilian causalities which are kept hidden by the country, French writer Raphael Granvaud said.

 
Myanmar clears some Rohingya for return but no date on horizon

Myanmar clears some Rohingya for return but no date on horizon

A Bangladesh official said on March 29 that Myanmar had approved several hundred Rohingya from a list of thousands to return to their homeland, but provided no indication of when the long-delayed process ...

 
US wants visa applicants to submit social media details

US wants visa applicants to submit social media details

The State Department is planning to require all U.S. visa applicants to submit personal details about their social media accounts, including usernames and phone numbers, the Associated Press reported ...

 
Netanyahu urges bill be passed to prevent Muslim call for prayers

Netanyahu urges bill be passed to prevent Muslim call for prayers

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday asked the chairman of the government coalition to push the “Muezzen Bill”, which outlaws the Muslim call for prayer – athan, to get Knesset approval,...

 
New footage reveals burnt villages in Rakhine

New footage reveals burnt villages in Rakhine

A new video reveals an eye-witness account of massive destruction in villages in Myanmar’s western Rakhine state.

 
Kuwait UK embassy advises caution ahead of ‘Punish a Muslim Day’

Kuwait UK embassy advises caution ahead of ‘Punish a Muslim Day’

The Embassy of Kuwait in London has called on its citizens to take caution next week after anonymous letters were sent to people in at least six communities in England calling for a day of attacks against ...

 
Settlers move into homes of brand new Israeli settlement, deep in West Bank

Settlers move into homes of brand new Israeli settlement, deep in West Bank

Israeli settlers “unveiled” the new settlement of Amichai yesterday, moving into their new homes deep in the occupied West Bank.

 
Over 5,000 Yemeni children killed, injured in 3 years

Over 5,000 Yemeni children killed, injured in 3 years

More than 5,000 Yemeni children have been killed or injured since a Saudi-led coalition entered the conflict in March 2015, Save the Children said yesterday.

 
An entire generation of Yemeni children don

An entire generation of Yemeni children don't go to school, UN reports

Nearly half a million Yemeni children have dropped out of school since 2015, when Saudi Arabia and its allies intervened in the country's civil war.

 
UN agency condemns Hungary

UN agency condemns Hungary's harsh stance on refugees

Hungary's harsh stance has made it impossible for refugees to find asylum in the country, a UN agency official said Monday.

 
From child drug mules to migrant smuggling, reports of slavery soar in Britain

From child drug mules to migrant smuggling, reports of slavery soar in Britain

From children being forced by gangs to carry illegal drugs, to migrants smuggled into Britain and trapped in exploitative work, reports of slavery in Britain have surged as authorities crack down on the ...

 
Toronto area faith leaders condemn acts of hatred

Toronto area faith leaders condemn acts of hatred

Various faith leaders and politicians gathered in the Toronto area Monday to condemn the actions of a woman who allegedly ripped pages from a Qur’an and put them on vehicle windshields.

 
17% increase in Israel’s settlement construction under Trump

17% increase in Israel’s settlement construction under Trump

Construction of settlements in the occupied West Bank surged 17 per cent during the first year of US President Donald trump’s presidency, Israeli monitoring group Peace Now has said.

 
Israel detained 562 Palestinian minors since Trump

Israel detained 562 Palestinian minors since Trump's Jerusalem announcement

Israel has detained 562 Palestinian minors since U.S. President Donald Trump announced his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital last December, a report published Thursday said.

 
UN concerned over 167

UN concerned over 167'000 Syrians displaced over Turkish offensive in Afrin

United Nations has expressed concern over displacement of more than 167'000 Syrian citizens following the offensives launched by Turkish forces in Afrin.

 
Stockholm mosque vandalized again

Stockholm mosque vandalized again

A mosque in Stockholm was vandalised with racist words and symbols on Thursday, according to mosque officials.

 
Amnesty denounces Western arms sales to Saudi Arabia and allies in Yemen war

Amnesty denounces Western arms sales to Saudi Arabia and allies in Yemen war

Amnesty International on Friday denounced Western arms sales to Saudi Arabia and its allies in a coalition battling the Houthis in Yemen, saying such traffic made a “mockery” of a global arms trade treaty....

 
Palestinian teen gets 8 months in jail

Palestinian teen gets 8 months in jail

Israeli military court has sentenced Palestinian teenage girl who had kicked and slapped Israeli soldier to 8 months in jail.

 
Myanmar

Myanmar's Rakhine seeks Muslim-free buffer zone

Buddhist flags hang limply from bamboo poles at the entrance to Koe Tan Kauk, a "model" village for ethnic Rakhine migrants shuttled north to repopulate an area once dominated by Rohingya Muslims.

 
Mosque attacked with Molotov cocktails in Germany

Mosque attacked with Molotov cocktails in Germany

A mosque in the southern German city of Ulm was attacked with Molotov cocktails early Monday amid threats by the terrorist PYD/PKK group to carry out more violence in Germany.

 
Turkey accuses UN human rights envoy of ‘collaborating with terrorist organizations’

Turkey accuses UN human rights envoy of ‘collaborating with terrorist organizations’

Turkey has issued a strongly worded response to U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein after he penned a report calling on Ankara to immediately lift the state of emergency, accusing ...

 
Two anti-Muslim women arrested for vandalizing US mosque

Two anti-Muslim women arrested for vandalizing US mosque

Two women known for anti-Muslim rants at Phoenix-area political events, were arrested Thursday for breaking into an Arizona Islamic center and making anti-Islamic remarks, police said.

 
Israeli army detains 15 Palestinians in West Bank

Israeli army detains 15 Palestinians in West Bank

Israeli forces have rounded up 15 Palestinians in overnight raids across the Israeli-occupied West Bank, according to the Israeli military on Monday.

 
Civilians used as ‘human shields’ by YPG in Afrin, says UN

Civilians used as ‘human shields’ by YPG in Afrin, says UN

The United Nations said March 16 there were “alarming reports” that Kurdish militants are blocking civilians from leaving the Syrian enclave of Afrin faced with a looming siege, and could be using them ...

 
 
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How America Armed Terrorists in Syria

Three-term Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii, a member of both the Armed Services and Foreign Affairs committees, has proposed legislation that would prohibit any U.S. assistance to terrorist organizations in Syria as well as to any organization working directly with them. Equally important, it ...

London acid attack victim Mukhtar speaks out

Jameel Muhktar and his cousin Resham Khan were attacked on her 21st birthday.

 
Al Azhar publishes “Daesh, state of darkness”

Top Egyptian academy has published book with the theme of Daesh terrorist group in an attempt to introduce the Takfiri (excommunication) group to the European countries.

A review of Islamic civilization in “Stabilization of Revelation Civilization”

Latest book by Mohammad Hussein Elahizadeh studies Islamic civilization of the era of apostolate and imamate through a review on the lifestyle of Imam Ali (AS) and Hazrat Zahra (AS), cousin and daughter of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH). The author in his book views the history of humanity and invitation of ...

 
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PKK, racists find common target in Europe: Mosques

Although they may have placed themselves on the opposite side of the ideological spectrum, the supporters of the PYD/PKK terror group and racist organizations have found a common target in Europe: mosques.

Nowhere to run: The Yemenis stranded in their own country

When conflict and economic disaster befall a country, populations often flee, either to save themselves or in search of a better existence.

Militias and civil authorities from the city of Misrata are preventing 40,000 displaced residents from the town of Tawergha from returning home, blockading the main highway with burning tyres, firing shots and forcing families into a squalid tent town that has sprung up hastily down the road.

Aid agency warns against

Aid groups have warned that moves by Saudi Arabia to ease a blockade on Yemen are not enough to end the humanitarian crisis in the country.

16-year-old Palestinian boy Fevzi becomes symbol of Jerusalem resistance

A picture of a young blindfolded boy surrounded by around two dozen Israeli troops before being detained has been the highlight of massive street protests by Palestinians after the recognition of Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel by United States President Donald Trump. Sixteen-year-old Fevzi ...

 
Al Kalifa regime invade Ashura mourning procession in Manama
 
Security forces in Bahrain attacked peaceful protesters attending the Ashura procession marking the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS), third ...
 
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