Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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Afghan Minister of Higher Education hails Al-Mustafa University "We welcome the scientific investment of international universities in Afghanistan provided these academic centers meet our required standards." said Najibullah Khajeh Amri.
Analyst: ‘Bin Salman buying his way out of war crimes Saudi Arabia's crown prince has visited Paris amid public outrage over France's arms sales to the kingdom. The trip came after Mohammed bin Salman’s weeks-long tour of the United States, Britain and Egypt, where he courted business leaders and clinched a host of multi-million dollar deals. President Emmanuel Macron has defended arms sales to Saudi Arabia, noting that Paris fully supports Riyadh’s security.
2018/4/12 - 22:00
Sheikh Qassim hospitalized over worsening health Prominent Bahraini Shia cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim, who has been stripped of his nationality by the ruling Al Khalifah dynasty, has been rushed to hospital over deteriorating health as the Manama regime does not shy away from its suppressive measures against pro-democracy campaigners in the country.
2018/4/12 - 20:20
AGF Malami to be drilled at ICC over Zaria genocide, Zakzaky The newly elected President of the International Criminal Court will be meeting with Nigerian Attorney-General over Sheik Ibrahim Zakzaky who has been arbitrarily detained by the Nigerian Government for over ۲ years against a valid court that says he should be released and rehabilitated.
2018/4/12 - 19:00
Muslims marking martyrdom anniversary of Imam Musa al-Kazim (A.S) Muslims are marking the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Musa al-Kazim (A.S), the great grandson of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and the seventh Shia Imam in Iraq.
2018/4/12 - 17:35
Taliban kill local governor, ۶ police in South Afghanistan The Taliban terrorist group in Afghanistan has killed a local governor and six police personnel during an attack on a government compound in the country’s southeastern province of Ghazni, officials say.
2018/4/12 - 16:27
Nigeria’s Sheikh Zakzaky deprived of treatment despite eye disease While Nigerian Muslim cleric Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky’s glaucoma has deteriorated in recent days, the Abuja government is still depriving the imprisoned cleric of medical treatment, his daughter said.
2018/4/12 - 01:40
US DOJ, DHS sued over misleading report on Muslims, Immigrants Two watchdog groups have sued the US Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security over a report the agencies jointly issued earlier this year.
2018/4/12 - 00:00
Activists hold rally in Abuja calling for Sheikh Zakzaky’s release The Academic Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria urged pressure on the African country’s federal government to release their detained leader, Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky.
2018/4/11 - 23:00
Shrine of Fatima Massumeh in Iran's Qom Hazrat Fatima Masumeh (s.a.), the daughter of Imam Kazem (a.s.), the seventh Shia Imam and sister of the eighth Shia Imam, Imam Reza (a.s.) is one of the most renowned women among the prophet of Islam's descendants.
2018/4/11 - 21:30
Qom to host International Quranic studies conference The ۱۱th edition of Iran's International Quranic Studies Conference will be held in the holy city of Qom on April ۱۷-۱۹.
2018/4/11 - 20:31
Spain urged not to sell arms to Saudis ahead of bin Salman's trip A coalition of leading rights organizations have urged Spain, the last stop on the Saudi crown prince's international tour, to scrap its planned sale of warships and weapons to the aggressive regime in Riyadh.
2018/4/11 - 19:00
For the first time by the Razavi Shrine's shoe keepers Rendering service to ۲۰۰ thousand pilgrims of Imam Kazem's (a.s.) in Mashhad Thanks to the endeavors of Razavi Holy Shrine's volunteer shoe keepers, ۲۰۰ thousand on-foot pilgrims will be served, for the first time, in Kazemein during martyrdom days of Imam Musa al-Kazem (a.s.).
2018/4/11 - 17:00

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