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Bahraini regime forces abducts a youth

Bahraini regime forces abducts a youth

The Bahraini regime forces have abducted a youth while he was with his mother in their car.
ISIL burns thousands of books

ISIL burns thousands of books

The so-called “Islamic State ” (IS) has burnt more than 1500 books  from the Library of the University of Mosul and threw hundreds of others in the river.
Imam Hussein Holy Shrine holds a ceremony to academicians from Karbala University for achieving full professor status

Imam Hussein Holy Shrine holds a ceremony to academicians from Karbala University for achieving full professor status

 A new ceremony has been held by the Imam Hussein Holy Shrine to a number of academicians from Karbala University for achieving full professor status.
Ayatollah Sayed Rouhani releases a statement on Charlie Hebdo’s blasphemous cartoon

Ayatollah Sayed Rouhani releases a statement on Charlie Hebdo’s blasphemous cartoon

The Eminent Ayatollah Sayed Mohammad Sadiq Husseini al-Rohani, one of the religious authorities in the holy city of Qom, has released a statement on Charlie Hebdo’s blasphemous cartoon.
A new book released for the Grand Ayatollah Sayed Shirazi under the title of “O’ Aba Thar”

A new book released for the Grand Ayatollah Sayed Shirazi under the title of “O’ Aba Thar”

A new book has been released for the Eminent Grand Ayatollah Sayed Sadiq Husseini Shirazi, may Allah prolong his life, under the title of “O’ Aba Thar”.
Physical inactivity twice deadlier than obesity

Physical inactivity twice deadlier than obesity

A new major study says exercise is beneficial for people of any age, warning that physical inactivity could kill twice as many people as obesity. 
Dalai Lama fears for safety of Pakistani Shias, urging them to move to India

Dalai Lama fears for safety of Pakistani Shias, urging them to move to India

Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, believes India is safe for the Muslim community, and the degree of security can be a ray of hope for the persecuted Shia community in Pakistan.
Muslims sue NYPD over surveillance of mosques

Muslims sue NYPD over surveillance of mosques

New Jersey Muslims, who have filed a lawsuit against the surveillance program of the New York Police Department, that includes spying on mosques, have ended up in the US Court of Appeals.
World leaders joined the start of the Paris march while kept silent over Shia genocides

World leaders joined the start of the Paris march while kept silent over Shia genocides

In the wake of the terrorist attack on satirical French publication Charlie Hebdo, more than three million people have taken part in unity marches across France.
Qom’s inhabitants celebrate the blessed arrival of Lady Fatima al-Masouma to their city

Qom’s inhabitants celebrate the blessed arrival of Lady Fatima al-Masouma to their city

On the twenty-third of Rabie-ul-Awwal 201 A.H., the caravan of Lady Fatima Al-Masouma, peace be upon her, arrived at Qom and the people received her with great happiness, and were very glad that she entered their lands.
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