15 suspended Tory Islamophobia row councillors quietly reinstated.

More than a dozen Conservative councillors who were suspended over posting Islamophobic or racist content online – with some describing Saudis as “sand peasants” and sharing material comparing Asian people to dogs – have had their membership quietly reinstated, a Guardian investigation has found.

Fadak Farm wins first place as best agricultural project

Fadak Farm for date trees, affiliated with the Imam Hussein Shrine, has won first place as the best agricultural project in Green Day Fifth Festival held by the College of Agriculture in Karbala University.

Yemen sees jump in suspected cholera cases in 2019: UN

The deadly campaign led by the regime in Riyadh against Yemen has in effect exacerbated a health crisis in the impoverished country. The United Nations has announced a rise in suspected cases of cholera since January.

Amir Al-Momenin Poetry Conference in Baghdad

AhlulBayt Islamic Thought Center, dependent to Grand Ayatollah Shirazi in Baghdad, held a poetry conference to celebrate the birthday of the Commander of the Faithful, Imam Ali. 

Tunnel to be in service to help pilgrims and service departments in Karbala

The head of the Department of Engineering Projects at the Imam Hussein Shrine, Hussein Ridha Mehdi, said that the tunnel of Eleqeeleh Zaineb Sanctuary project will help the people of Karbala’s downtown, local governmental service departments, and all vehicles, especially free-of-charge pilgrim transportation buses avoid heavy traffic during grand pilgrimages.

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