- UN chief sees no evidence of Gaza war crimes probes
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says he sees no concrete evidence Israel and the Palestinians have carried out credible, independent probes of alleged war crimes in the Gaza Strip.
- US using anti-Iran disinfo to sell missile shield
The US has begun stepping up it’s anti-Iran propaganda to justify its decision to deploy a missile shield in Europe.
- France denies citizenship to Muslim man
France’s decision to partially ban burqa wearing has taken a new twist as it decides to deny citizenship to a Muslim man with his burqa-clad wife.
- Israel to raze 200 Palestinian homes in E Jerusalem
Israeli authorities plan to seal 200 Palestinians homes in East Jerusalem Al-Quds to counter what they call “discriminatory enforcement” against Israeli settlers.
- 3rd Update + Shia Casualties from Baghdad bombing rise to 147
The toll from the suicide bombing that targeted Shia pilgrims in Baghdad has reached 147, an official spokesperson said on Monday.
- 1st Islamic search engine live
Muslims who want to learn more about Islam or avoid information that does not comply with their religion while using the internet, can now use a search engine developed by a Dutch start-up company.
- Israel admits dropping phosphorous bombs on Gaza
In an official report to the United Nations, Israel acknowledged that its military had “endangered human life” through the use of phosphorous munitions against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
- Imam Hussain (a.s) mourning procession comes under Attack
More than ten mourners of Imam Hussain (AS) were injured when yazidi terrorists opened gun-fire on the mourning procession to mark the sacrifice of Imam Hussain (AS) in Garh Maha-Raja at District Jhang.
- Pakistani Shia Cleric: Iranian Revolution, major event in world’s history
The Pakistani religious leader has described the Iranian Islamic Revolution as a major event in the history and paid homage to Imam Khomeini for his role in leading the Iranian nation in difficult times.
- Saudi Interior Ministry accused of torture
A Saudi civil rights group has called on King Abdullah to launch an investigation into alleged abuses the Interior Ministry committed under the guise of “fighting terrorism.”