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Israeli forces kill 4 Palestinians in Gaza Strip

Israeli forces kill 4 Palestinians in Gaza Strip

Israeli security forces have shot dead four Palestinian men in the Occupied West Bank amid the simmering tensions over US President Donald Trump’s decision to declare Jerusalem as Israeli capital.

 
Iran’s Islamic unity center stresses support for Palestine

In a recently issued statement:

Iran’s Islamic unity center stresses support for Palestine

World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought has issued a statement stressing defense for Palestine announcing Iran’s support for any measure in line with convergence of Muslim nation.

 

Magnitude 6.0 quake hits Iran's Kermanshah

A magnitude 6.0 earthquake hit western Iran on Dec. 11.

 
Palestinian protesters block

Palestinian protesters block 'shameless' Bahrain faith group's visit to Gaza

Palestinian protesters have prevented a Bahraini interfaith group from visiting the Gaza Strip, after the Manama-authorised body visited Israel amid widespread outcry over the fate of Jerusalem.

 
Mohammed al-Arifi (R) with powerful crown prince Mohammed bin Salman

As Jerusalem burns, pro-MBS Saudi cleric focuses on... clean socks

A prominent Saudi cleric and supporter of powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has become the butt of jokes after failing to say anything about Jerusalem which has been at the centre of outrage across ...

 
San Francisco protesters condemn Trump’s decision on Jerusalem

San Francisco protesters condemn Trump’s decision on Jerusalem

American protesters in San Francisco have staged rally voicing their rage at the recent decision made by President Trump to relocate the embassy in Jerusalem al-Quds and claiming the holy city as the ...

 
Waqf guard barred from al-Aqsa after protecting mosque from

Waqf guard barred from al-Aqsa after protecting mosque from 'Israeli invaders'

Israeli authorities have banned the guard of an organisation administrating the al-Aqsa compound from entering al-Aqsa Mosque and Jerusalem’s old city for nearly three weeks.

 
Ex-Israel soldier heading child prostitution ring deported from Colombia

Ex-Israel soldier heading child prostitution ring deported from Colombia

A former Israeli soldier was deported from Colombia for alleged links to a criminal network suspected of drug trafficking, child prostitution and tax offenses that spanned across several countries in ...

 
Ayatollah Araki details Islamic Unity Conference 2017

Ayatollah Araki details Islamic Unity Conference 2017

Iranian top cleric called Islamic ummah as a nation to serve other nations with efforts to call people for peace and goodness as the basis for its formation.

 
Islamic proximity spreads among people from elites’ level

Ayatollah Araki stresses:

Islamic proximity spreads among people from elites’ level

Secretary General of the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought noted that Islamic proximity has gone beyond expert-level of the topic and is spreading among ordinary people.

 
Exposed: Global anti-Muslim network using fake accounts to amplify Islamophobia

Exposed: Global anti-Muslim network using fake accounts to amplify Islamophobia

Anti-Muslim activists from across the globe are using fake news stories, Twitter bots and manipulated images to spread and amplify Islamophobic rhetoric online, according to new data.

 
Saudi opposition: Islamic alliance implementing Zionist project

Saudi opposition: Islamic alliance implementing Zionist project

The anti-terrorism Islamic military alliance led by Saudi Arabia is a tool to strike Islam and Muslims and to implement the Zionist project, the opposition Umma Islamic Party has said.

 
Chess federation vows ‘huge effort’ to include Israelis in Saudi-hosted match

Chess federation vows ‘huge effort’ to include Israelis in Saudi-hosted match

The World Chess Federation (FIDE) is undertaking a “huge effort” to include Israeli players in a speed chess championship hosted by Saudi Arabia next month, the federation said today.

 
Kuwait tweep jailed for ‘defaming Saudi Arabia’

Kuwait tweep jailed for ‘defaming Saudi Arabia’

A Kuwaiti criminal court has sentenced a Twitter user to seven years in prison with hard labour on charges that include “defaming Saudi Arabia” and “disseminating false news”, local newspaper Al-Qabas ...

 
Pope Francis visits Myanmar amid ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims

Pope Francis visits Myanmar amid ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims

Pope Francis is in Myanmar for talks with its leaders against the backdrop of a government-backed ethnic cleansing campaign underway against the country’s minority Rohingya Muslims.

 
Russia’s Putin signs ‘foreign agents’ media law

Russia’s Putin signs ‘foreign agents’ media law

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed into law new measures allowing authorities to list foreign media outlets as “foreign agents” in response to what Moscow says is unacceptable U.S. pressure on ...

 
Nearly 2,000 women killed in eight years in Turkey

Nearly 2,000 women killed in eight years in Turkey

Nearly 2,000 women have been killed over the past eight years in Turkey, according to statistics gathered by a website tracking femicides across the country based on reports by the Bianet news website....

 
Homeless people in US surpass 47 Turkish cities

Homeless people in US surpass 47 Turkish cities

The number of homeless people in the US is more than the population of 47 cities in Turkey, according to data compiled by Anadolu Agency.

 
Tens of thousands stranded as Bali volcano closes airport

Tens of thousands stranded as Bali volcano closes airport

Authorities ordered a mass evacuation of people on Nov. 27 from an expanded danger zone around an erupting volcano on Bali that has forced the Indonesian island’s international airport to close, stranding ...

 
Pakistan law minister resigns, Islamists disband protest

Pakistan law minister resigns, Islamists disband protest

Pakistani Islamists announced on Nov. 27 they were disbanding their sit-in near Islamabad after the country’s law minister Zahid Hamid resigned, caving in to the protesters who have been demanding his ...

 
ICRC concerned over five Yemeni states left without water

ICRC concerned over five Yemeni states left without water

The International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) has expressed concern over the Yemeni capital of Sana’a and city of Bayda added to the list of cities left without access to clean water due to Saudi-led ...

 
Supreme Leader visits quake-stricken Kermanshah Province

Supreme Leader visits quake-stricken Kermanshah Province

Supreme Leader of the Islamic revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, is visiting the people of Kermanshah which was jolted by 7.3 magnitude earth quake last week.

 
Sunni scholar hails public rise to aid quake-hit areas

Sunni scholar hails public rise to aid quake-hit areas

Iranian Sunni cleric hailed the aids raised from across the nation for the quake-hit people in western Province of Kermanshah calling that a revolutionary move which proved unity among Muslims.

 
Saudi blockade of Yemen leaves three cities without water: Red Cross

Saudi blockade of Yemen leaves three cities without water: Red Cross

International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) announced Saudi blockade of Yemen left three cities without water as the country does not receive fuel necessary for pumping and sanitation.

 
Houthis vow

Houthis vow 'revenge' on Saudi Arabia for Yemen blockade

A Houthi leader had vowed retaliation against Saudi Arabia on Monday after the kingdom announced de-escalation measures in Yemen.

 
Qatar to hold Shura Council elections for first time in country

Qatar to hold Shura Council elections for first time in country's history

Qatar's emir has announced that the gas-rich Gulf state will hold elections for its most important consultative body, the Shura Council, for the first time in the country's history.

 
 
Iran pledges swift aid after major quake kills 530

Iran pledges swift aid after major quake kills 530

Thousands of homeless Iranians sought shelter from bitter cold on Nov. 14 as President Hassan Rouhani promised swift help after a major earthquake that killed more than 500 people.

 
Sana’a airport targeted by Saudi jet fighters

Sana’a airport targeted by Saudi jet fighters

Saudi Arabian fighter jets have targeted Sana’a airport amid international calls for opening air, land or sea routes to send humanitarian aid for the war stricken nation.

 
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Leader's delegation to file reports on daedly quake

A delegation from the Leader of the Islamic Revolution was dispatched Tuesday to the quake-hit areas in west of the country in order to visit the scene and file reports on the problems the quake-stricken ...

 
 
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International Islamic Unity Conf. plays telling role in World of Islam

Each year, the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought mounts unity conference during Unity Week so as to promote bonds of fraternity among Muslim nations

Activists come together to protest against terrorism

An article that I published last week addressed a new breed of criminals committing acts of societal and political violence in a pattern of “gentlemanly” terrorism. The perpetrator seems well-mannered and civilised, not only while preparing to commit the crime, but also in daily life.

Israel’s segregation of own citizens inside Green Line

  The pending demolitions of Khan Al-Ahmar and Susiya, two Palestinian communities in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, along with the forced expulsion of their inhabitants, have been attracting international concern and protests. Similarly, the recent eviction of a Palestinian family to make ...

What is Takfirism and why you should call Daeshis Takfiris

Takfiri is frequently used in reference to Daesh (also known as ISIL or ISIS) but the term has a hidden universal applicability that surpasses our era, while exposing the dark ideology languishing in the core of the phenomenon.

US Supreme Court Violates International Law

The US Supreme Court has handed down a ruling based on which about 2 billion dollars of Iran's frozen assets will be paid as remuneration to families of Americans killed in terrorist attack on a US Marines base in Beirut in 1983. Two points are worthy of mention here: 1. Judicial immunity of ...

 
“Shia Imams and Islamic Unity” published

Publication at Iran’s University of Religions and Denominations has published book on efforts by Shia Imams for cooperation and sympathy among Muslims and also strategies for realization of the objectives as well as threats against the objective.

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.

“Islamophobia in Hollywood” published

Iranian author sets Islamophobia in the western cinema as the theme for his latest book brining the list of movies and features for anti-Islam movies in the filmmaking hub of the west.

“An American Dream” published in Persian

Persian version of “An American Dream” by prominent American author, Norman Mailer, is unveiled by Iran’s Qoqnous (phoenix) Publication in Tehran.

“About Arts”: philosophical book with religious approach

Iranian cleric has published book on truth of arts and relations of the arts with religion, geography, Qur’an and other topics in the field of the philosophy of arts.

 
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Mohammed al-Arifi (R) with powerful crown prince Mohammed bin Salman

A prominent Saudi cleric and supporter of powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has become the butt of jokes after failing to say anything about Jerusalem which has been at the centre of outrage across the Muslim world after the US last week recognised it as the capital of Israel.

Peeking through the cracks into Yemen’s war

In a city positioning itself as a bastion of stability and safety in the midst of war, Yemen’s humanitarian crisis (which the UN calls the largest in the world) is still palpable. You just have to peer through the cracks to see it. Sometime in the far-gone past, several legends go, the ...

London Muslims in demonstration of solidarity after the 3 June London Bridge militant attack (AFP)

n 1997, a landmark report by race equality think tank Runnymede Trust introduced the word “Islamophobia” into public discourse. Years later, and Islamophobia has become so prevalent that one politician claimed it has “passed the dinner table test”.

Yemen

Fatima Ali has begun her school year in Yemen's capital, Sanaa. But when she went off to school on the first day of term, she was back at home within two hours. Ali saw all the students - but the teachers were not there.

millions on their backs, few Euros in their hands

Morocco’s ‘cargo women’ carry goods worth millions of Euros on their backs.

 
 
Imam Hussein is the manifestation of resistance: Sunni cleric
 
The sacrifice made by Imam Hussein is seen as a revival of the Muslim faith and now when heinous crimes are being committed under the name of Islam, it’s ...
 
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