- Maulana Nasiri Sahab of Moghal Masjid Passed Away
Maulana Nasiri Sahab, the pesh Imam of Moghal Masjid in Mumbai has passed away.
- Bahrain urged to release ill teenager
Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) has demanded the immediate release of a detained teenager accused of taking part in “illegal” gatherings.
- Senior UN team to visit Iran this month-sources
Senior UN nuclear officials are set to travel to Tehran later this month for a rare visit to discuss their growing concerns that Iran may be seeking to develop atomic arms capability, diplomatic sources said on Thursday.
- A success of Shia Muslims, demands were accepted
Demands were accepted for arrest of the murderers of the martyr Askari Raza, judicial commission’s formation for inquiry and FIR’s registration about attack on 25th Muharram’s juloos-e-aza in Shah Faisal Colony.
- Saudi forces shoot dead Shia protester
Saudi security forces clashed with Shia protesters in the kingdom’s oil-rich east at dawn on Friday, killing one person and wounding three, witnesses and activists said.
- Mansour says Sadr never left Libya
Minister of Foreign Affairs Adnan Mansour said on Thursday evening that Libyan officials “confirmed” to him that Lebanese Shia Imam Mussa Sadr and his companions never left to Italy, adding that the operation behind their disappearance was planned by former Libyan leader Moammar Qaddafi’s regime.
- Eighteen Killed in North Yemen Sectarian Violence
Clashes between pro Sunni tribes and Houthi fighters escalated Thursday and Friday resulting in the death of 18 and the injury of at least 39 from both sides.
- Bahrain firm reinstates staff sacked after unrest
Bahrain’s main telecommunications firm on Thursday said it would re-employ workers sacked after strikes connected to pro-democracy protests, the second company to do so in as many days.
- Iraq Bolsters Security to Protect Shiite Pilgrims
Iraq’s Shiite-led government took unprecedented security measures Friday to protect Shiite Muslim pilgrims observing the high point of a religious occasion from attacks by extremists.
- Calmed East Java Shiites Return Home
After days of negotiations, the local administration and police in Sampang, East Java, convinced 300 Shiite Muslim refugees to return to their homes on Thursday afternoon.