Online Quran teaching becomes booming business in Pakistan

Pakistan has turned into a center for online Islamic instructional classes and courses as an ever-increasing number of individuals in western nations end up keen on studying the Holy Quran, reported Washington Post.

23 trains to transport Arbaeen pilgrims

The Iraqi Ministry of Transportation has stated that more than 24trains have been prepared to participate in the upcoming Arbaeen pilgrimage by transporting pilgrims from different Iraqi cities to the holy city of Karbala.

Peaceful-coexistence pact signed in Mosul – sponsored by Imam Hussain Shrine

In cooperation with Sanad For Peace Organization, the delegation of the Imam Hussein Shrine has held a workshop in the city of Mosul to support and discuss a cooperation pact in terms of confronting social challenges and committing to the principles of peaceful coexistence in Tal-A’fer District.

Catholic woman proud to be Arbaeen pilgrim

A catholic woman from Italy is proud to be part of a millions-strong crowd of people who march toward the holy city of Karbala, Iraq, for Arbaeen.

Shia woman injured amid Saudi regime forces’ raid on Qatif

A young woman has been shot and injured after Saudi regime forces stormed the kingdom’s oil-rich and Shia-populated Eastern Province as the Riyadh regime presses ahead with its brutal clampdown against pro-democracy campaigners and political dissidents.

Female inmates go on hunger strike at Bahraini jail over ill-treatment

Three female Shia activists have launched an open-ended hunger strike at a detention center in Bahrain to protest their dire situation and mistreatment by prison authorities as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its heavy-handed clampdown on human rights campaigners and pro-democracy activists in the Gulf kingdom. 

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