- Martyrdom of Hazrat Fatima Zehra (sa) observed across the world
The martyrdom of Hazrat Fatima Zehra (sa) daughter of Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) is being observed across the world including the holy cities of Medina, Karabala, Najaf, Kazmain, Mashad and Qom.
- Eight Shia martyred in Quetta rocket attack, gunfire
At least Eight Shia people were martyred and 15 wounded in rocket attack and gunfire by militants of Wahabi-Nasabi’s terrorists of Sipah-e-Sahaba and Taliban in Quetta’s Hazara Town on Friday Morning.
- Wahabi extremism rules Saudi Arabia
Wahhabism rejects Sunni scholars and their interpretations of Islam, and is opposed as extremist by Muslims world over, but the doctrine is upheld by the House of Saud, says an analyst.
- Bahraini women sexually assaulted
Saudi-backed forces in Bahrain have sexually assaulted women during attacks to arrest human rights activists in the country, a new report reveals.
- ‘Saudis deploy extra troops to Bahrain’
Saudi Arabia has reportedly sent more troops to Bahrain to help the Manama regime quash upcoming protests in the small Persian Gulf sheikhdom.
- European Bid to Censure Syria Faces Opposition Citing Libya
A new European bid to stop Syria’s government from attacking protesters met resistance at the United Nations today from envoys concerned that intervention might lead to the type of stalemated conflict raging in Libya.
- Rescue ship leaves Misrata port; hundreds stranded
A rescue ship evacuated about 800 migrants, journalists and wounded Libyans from Misrata port in heavy shelling, but was forced to depart in haste and leave hundreds of desperate civilians behind.
- Crowds mass as Saleh blocks Yemen deal again
Tens of thousands of Yemenis took to the streets both for and against President Ali Abdullah Saleh Friday, a day after Gulf efforts to revive a plan for him to leave power were stymied by conditions from his party.
- Iraq suicide car bomb killed 24 police
A suicide bomber who drove his bomb-filled car into a police station south of Baghdad killed 24 policemen and wounded 72 others, according to an updated toll from a medical official on Friday.
- CBI to probe AMU V-C
The HRD Ministry has decided to refer to the CBI the allegations of graft and rule violations against Aligarh Muslim University Vice Chancellor Prof P K Abdul Azis.