Friday, October 19, 2018
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Pakistani Shias hold demonstration in Islamabad The annual rally of Pakistan’s Shia Muslims was held in the capital Islamabad on Monday.
Terrorists abduct several Iranian forces near Pakistani border: IRGC Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says terrorists have kidnapped a number of Iranian forces in the southeastern Province of Sistan-and-Baluchestan, which borders Pakistan.
2018/10/16 - 17:00
Boko Haram kills another female aid worker in Nigeria Daesh-linked Boko Haram terrorists in Nigeria have murdered yet another female aid worker, abducted earlier this year in the northeast of the country, a month after they killed one of her colleagues, officials said.
2018/10/16 - 15:15
Connecticut College receives $۸۰۶,۰۰۰ grant for global Islamic studies The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has renewed its support for the College’s ambitious Global Islamic Studies (GIS) program, pledging to fund new opportunities for students and faculty over the next four years.
2018/10/16 - 12:33
Mayor of Bethlehem: Netanyahu’s statement on Bethlehem and Palestinian Christians, another attempt at distorting the reality of Israeli occupation We would like to advise Mr. Netanyahu to stop using Christians as a tool to pinkwash the occupation.
2018/10/16 - 09:40
Leader's advisor: US' unilateralism on JCPOA to fail Senior Advisor to Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi said on Monday that the US' unilateralism in leaving the JCPOA and slapping economic sanctions on Iran are doomed to failure.
2018/10/16 - 00:00
Arbaeen programs planned in Geneva The Ahl-el-Beit (AS) Islamic and Cultural Center in Geneva, Switzerland, plans to host a series of programs on the occasion Arbaeen.
2018/10/15 - 23:00
EU urges cessation of hostilities in Gaza The EU spokesperson for foreign affairs and security policy on Sunday called for the cessation of hostilities between the Zionist regime of Israel and Palestinian resistance groups.
2018/10/15 - 22:00
Pakistani capital’s schools start offering Quranic lessons Schools in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad have started teaching the Holy Quran along with a translation of the text, however, teachers say the government has made poor arrangements with unspecialized and untrained teachers asked to teach, something that has been decried as ‘unprofessional’.
2018/10/15 - 20:20
Istanbul hosting conference on challenges facing Muslim Ummah Scholars from different countries gathered on Sunday to discuss problems facing the Muslim world at the "International Conference on the Muslim Ummah."
2018/10/15 - 18:00
Saudi king, Turkey’s Erdogan discuss Khashoggi case over phone Saudi Arabia’s King Salman and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have discussed the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi as pressure builds up on Riyadh to come clean about the fate of the prominent journalist.
2018/10/15 - 16:30
photographer’s lens shatters stereotypes surrounding Muslim women As a young photography student in Toronto, Alia Youssef decided she had the responsibility and the skills to do something to counter the negative narratives that exist around Muslim women in Canada.
2018/10/15 - 15:15
Myanmar Buddhists rally to support military in crimes against Rohingya Myanmar’s extremist Buddhists rally in Yangon to voice support for the military’s state-sponsored crackdown campaign against Rohingya Muslims, vowing to “fight back” any international attempt to bring their top generals to justice for the crimes they perpetrate against the country’s unwanted minority community.
2018/10/15 - 13:29

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