Chinese authorities confiscate Qurans from Uyghur Muslims

Authorities in northwestern China’s Xinjiang region are confiscating all Qurans published more than five years ago due to allegations of “extremist content,” according to local officials, amid an ongoing campaign against the so-called “illegal” religious items owned by mostly Muslim ethnic Uyghur residents.

Car bomb kills 18 in southeast Afghanistan

A car bomb attack targeting local police in Afghanistan’s southeastern Khost Province has killed at least 18 people and wounded a number of others, Afghan officials say.

Middle East’s largest cardiac hospital to open in Karbala

The Medical Affairs Department of the Imam Hussein Holy Shrine has stated that it has received quotations from international companies for equipping Khatem al-Anbiya Cardiac Hospital, the soon-to-be largest cardiac hospital in the Middle East.

Adam Center denounces the Bahraini authorities' killing of civilians

Adam Center for Defending Rights and Freedom condemned the Bahraini authorities for committing a brutal massacre against civilians in Deraz area, which resulted in the death of six civilians and injury of dozens, in addition to the detainees, on sectarian motives pursued by the authorities.

Grand Ayatollah Shirazi religious sessions begin

Coinciding with the advent of the holy month of Ramadan, religious sessions and debates have begun at the honorable house of the Grand Ayatollah Seyyed Sadiq al-Hussein al-Shirazi, may Allah prolong his life.

International conference on takfiri threats in Denmark

A conference on the 'Danger of Takfir and Radicalism on Global Peaceful Coexistence' inaugurated in Danish Capital's Imam Ali mosque in which several religious figures and missionaries took part.

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