- Punjab Police Assault Shia Prisoners
BAKKAR: Secretary General of Mujlis e Wahdat e Muslameen Safeer Hussain Shahani said that the Punjab police is targeting arrested shia people of barbaric violence instead of arresting terrorists and evil minded people.
- Blood flows freely in Pakistan
The Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ – Army of Jhangvi), a Pakistan-based, al-Qaeda-linked, anti-United States, Sunni Deobandi sectarian-turned-jihadi group, has let loose a reign of terror against the Shi’ite minority.
- Wahhabi terrorists injured three Shia people in Gilgit
According to the reports, in the area of Napoora Narot in Gilgit, some Wahabis opened fire brutally over innocent Shias at evening, which injured three people.
- Saudi Arabia Dispatched More Troops to Shia Region
Saudi Arabia has reportedly dispatched more troops and military equipment to its Eastern Province in a bid to quell anti-government protests.
- Kurram Sunnis, Shias sign renewed peace agreement
The elders from both Shia and Sunni communities on Sunday agreed to sign a renewed peace agreement with each other.
- Bahrain Crackdown Inciting Extremism
President of Bahrain Center for Human Rights Nabil Rajab has warned that crackdown against peaceful protests in the country may lead to extremism.
- Bahrain’s proposed reforms snubbed by opposition
Officials in violence-wracked Bahrain begin work Monday on political reforms that include boosting parliamentary powers, but steps are dismissed as too little after more than eight months of clashes
- Imam Baqer (AS) Int’l Conference in Qom
New chancellor of the Imam Baqer (AS) University in the holy city of Qom said the Imam Baqer (AS) international conference is planned to be held in the city.
- 10 Million Iranian Pilgrims Would Visit Iraq
If the required infrastructures and facilities are guaranteed, as many as 10 million Iranian pilgrims will be sent to Iraq annually.
- String of deadly explosions hit Baghdad
At least 10 people killed and 21 others wounded as three blasts rock mainly Shia neighbourhood of Iraqi capital.