M Sacred texts of the world’s top three religions – Islam, Christianity and Judaism – are on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, USA, and the most distinctive about the medieval manuscripts are the beautiful illuminated drawings throughout each piece.
At least six civilians have lost their lives when Saudi military vessels deployed in the Red Sea launched a barrage of missiles at a residential area in Yemen’s northwestern province of Hajjah as the Riyadh regime continues with its atrocious military campaign against its crisis-hit southern neighbor.
Rights campaigners are continuing to call on Manama to free the Shia Bahraini human rights defender Dr Abduljalil Al-Singace, who was sentenced to life in prion for his role in Bahrain’s 2011 pro-democracy protests.
“It’s not the first time for me to visit shrines in Iraq; but, whenever I visit, I feel as if it is the first time,” said Ali Burnard Jengam – Cameroonian journalist – in a press interview with Imam Hussein Shrine Magazine issued by the International Unit of the Imam Hussein Shrine.
Four days of fierce fighting between Afghan forces and Taliban militants over the embattled provincial capital of Ghazni have claimed the lives of about 100 policemen and soldiers, as well as at least 20 civilians.
A report published by the United Nations says thousands of Daesh terrorists have maintained presence in Iraq and Syria despite the Takfiri group’s defeat and a halt in the flow of foreign militants joining its ranks.