- Tehran Lodges Complaint with OIC against US Violation of Iranian Airspace
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran’s Ambassador to the Organization of Islamic Conference Hamid Reza Dehqani blasted the US violation of Iranian airspace in early December, and asked the OIC to support Iran in condemning the US move at the world bodies.
- Report: MKO Secretly Trafficking Top Terrorists Out of Iraq
TEHRAN (FNA)- Large groups of the anti-Iran terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization are escaping Iraq stealthily and the number of residents in Camp Ashraf – the MKO’s main training center in Iraq – has dropped from 3,400 to 3,200 as the deadline for the expulsion of the terrorist group from Iraq is nearing.
- On Sahifa Sajjadiyya
Moharram 25 is marked by the martyrdom anniversary of Ali-ibn Hussein (Imam Sajjad), 4th Shia imam. Sahifa Sajjadiyya is believed by Shia Muslims as the container of pure Muslim supplications by Imam Sajjad.
- Saudi Wahhabi Authorities Detained Two Shiite Citizens
Saudi Wahhabi authorities detained two Shi’ite citizen Adel Al Naji and Razwan Ja’far Al Razwan in al-Qatif city.
- Iran releases software on Ashura women
Iran released software on the women of Ashura on Sunday, highlighting the significant role of Hazrat Zainab (SA), sister of Imam Hussein (AS) in the event of Ashura.
- Weeks of Clashes in North Yemen Kill 200
Nearly 200 people, among them 15 foreigners, have been killed in clashes over the past few weeks between an ultraconservative Islamist group and former Shiite rebels in northern Yemen, a military official and the leader of the Islamist faction said Wednesday. In Moscow, Russia’s Foreign Minister said four Russian citizens were among those killed.
- Bahraini blogger released on bail
Zainab al-Khawaja, who was photographed being dragged along the ground by a policewoman, freed pending trial.
- Dismissed Bahraini Shia workers demand jobs back
Dozens of Bahraini Shia employees dismissed from their jobs over pro-democracy protests rallied on Wednesday demanding a return to work, a day after authorities said 181 were to be reinstated.
- Iraq’s Maliki urges Kurds to hand over VP
Iraqi prime minister calls on Kurdish authorities to hand over Tariq al-Hashimi, the country’s fugitive vice president.
- Ban was correct for Islamic talk
AN ISLAMIC preacher who had been due to address crowds at venues including Sheffield Arena last year was rightly banned from Britain after telling his followers “every Muslim should be a terrorist”, top judges have ruled.