1. Workers injured renovating Janabe Hurr’s (a.s.) roza
    At least 16 workers were injured Monday when the wall of Janabe Hurr’s (a.s.) roza collapsed on them during renovation, police in Karbala said. “The wall’s collapse was caused by faulty specifications from the engineers,’ police said. The construction workers were rescued from the debris and taken immediately to hospital.
  2. Bomb defused in Mashhad
    Iran’s Forces have foiled a Terrorist plot in holy Mashhad. According to Ahl ul-Bayt News Agency (ABNA.ir), a bomb was placed in drugstore of Dr. Akhbari, beside Basij clinic near Abdul Mutallib square. It was defused before explosion. No groups claimed responsibility for bomb plot.
  3. Bomb defused in Mashhad
    Iran’s Forces have foiled a Terrorist plot in holy Mashhad. According to Ahl ul-Bayt News Agency (ABNA.ir), a bomb was placed in drugstore of Dr. Akhbari, beside Basij clinic near Abdul Mutallib square. It was defused before explosion. No groups claimed responsibility for bomb plot.
  4. Iran will summon Saudi ambassador
    Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hassan Qashqavi has said Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to Tehran will soon be summoned to Iran’s foreign ministry. “Due to Saudi police misbehavior with Iranian pilgrims, the country’s ambassador to Tehran will soon be summoned to Iran’s Foreign Ministry,” Qashqavi said at his weekly press conference on Monday.
  5. Saudi Shias arrest in a renewed sectarian arrests in Al-Ahsa
    A renewed wave of sectarian arrests in Al-Ahsa, Saudi extremist authorities arrested on Wednesday two young Shias in the pretext of participating in the religious ceremony. The residents said: Saudi forces arrested the two young men, Sayed Taher Al-Hashem (38 years) and Mr. Sayed Ibrahim al-Hashim (19 years) from the town of Rumaila.
  6. Oz driver asks Muslim woman her to ‘take off veil’
    An Australian bus driver has been accused of racism after he allegedly told a Muslim woman to take off her headscarf because it was against the law to wear it on board. Khadijah Ouararhni-Grech was wearing a pink, floral niqab, which covers her hair and lower face, when she tried to board a bus in Greystanes, an outer suburb of Sydney.
  7. Sunni aalim says it necessary to follow Ahle Bait (a.s.)
    Dr. Muhammad Fouad Shakir, prominent Egyptian preacher, in his Friday prayer’s preached that it is necessary for Muslims to Follow and love Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (s.a.w.a.) Household (a.s.).
  8. Kyrgyzstan Shia Muslims celebrates
    Kyrgyzstan Shia Muslims celebrated the auspicious occasions of the anniversary birthdays of Imam Hussain, Hazrat Abulfazl Abbas and Imam Zain ul-Abidin (peace be up on them). According to Iqna, Shia citizens in Bishkek, capital of Kyrgyzstan, participated in Imam Ali (a.s) mosque to celebrate Imam Hussain’s (a.s) anniversary birthday. It will be continue for three days at Imam Ali Mosque in Bishkek.
  9. Egypt Grand Mufti: It is permissible to use Shia Jurisprudence
    Egypt’s Grand Mufti, Ali Gomaa said it is permissible to use Shia Jurisprudence which is useful for Islamic Ummah and there should be no-blame for using it. According to Egyptian News Agencies, Dr. Ali Gomaa issued a Fatwa (religious verdict) based on permissible use of Shia Jurisprudence and stressed: we should confess the progress of Shias and we can collaborate with each other. There is no objection to follow Shia school of thought because there is not any difference between Sunni and Shia.
  10. The number of swine flu cases in Iran has increased to forty-two, a senior official at Iran’s Health Ministry has announced. Dr. Mohammad-Mehdi Gouya urged Iranian citizens to postpone their hajj trips if possible to reduce their chances of catching the A (H1N1) flu, the Mehr News Agency reported on Tuesday.
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