- The Last Will of Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (A.S.)
Imam Ali’s (AS) last will to his sons Imam Hasan (AS) and Imam Hussain (AS) after the attempt on his life by a stab from Ibn Muljam:
- ‘Iraqi forces capable of taking over’
Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki says Iraqi forces are capable of securing the war-torn nation following the withdrawal of US combat troops.
- ‘Islamophobia fruit of U.S. hate rhetoric’
The growing phenomenon of Islamophobia in the US is the ‘poisonous fruit’ of hate rhetoric generated by controversy over the NY Islamic Center, says the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).
- Turkey foils attack on oil pipeline
Turkish security forces foil a sabotage attack against Petroleum Pipeline Corporation’s (BOTAS) oil pipeline in Bismil district of southeastern Diyarbakir province.
- US eyes $60bn arms deal with S Arabia
The United States plans to strike a 60-billion-dollar arms deal with Saudi Arabia, the largest foreign arms sale by the United States.
- Saudi Arabia to raise wages for most military
Saudi Arabia will raise wages for most of its army staff, a move that follows a surge in inflation and the kingdom¡¯s first military engagement in almost 20 years against rebels in Yemen.
- Azerbaijan President receives ambassadors of Muslim states
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev received the accredited in Baku ambassadors of Muslim countries to the country in connection with the sacred Ramadan Holiday.
- Ramadan nights in great Kufa mosque – a report
Kufa Mosque is one of the four significant mosques in Islam i.e. Al-Haraam Mosque (Kaabah), Prophet Mosque and Al-Aqsa Mosque.
- Ramadan in holy cities of Mashhad, Qom
The holy fasting month of Ramadan is being observed reverently in the holy cities of Mashhad and Qom.
- Bahrain’s political disquiet
Uniquely for a region of Sunni kingdoms, two-thirds of Bahrain’s million-plus population is Shia. The sectarian divide between the rulers and the ruled has been the source of much tension in the country.