- Angry Saudis Demand Release of Political Prisoners
TEHRAN (FNA)- Furious crowds of Saudi protestors demanded the release of political prisoners in a nighttime rally which indicated that popular protests have now spread from the Eastern parts of the country to other regions, including the capital.
- Final batch of MKO members relocated inside Iraq
TEHRAN – The Iraqi government evacuated the seventh and final convoy of 680 members of the Mojahedin Khalq Organization (MKO) from Camp New Iraq (Camp Ashraf), Iraqi officials said on Sunday.
- Iran organizing 10th Imam Reza (AS) Intl. Festival
TEHRAN — Iran is currently completing the final preparations for the 10th edition of the Imam Reza (AS) International Festival, which will begin on the birth anniversary of his sister Hazrat Masumeh (SA) on September 18.
- Turkish Airline Flying Al-Qaeda from Pakistan to Syrian Borders
Turkey’s national air carrier, Turkish Air, has been transiting Al-Qaeda and Taliban militants from North Waziristan in Pakistan to the Turkish borders with Syria, sources revealed on Saturday, mentioning that the last group were flown to Hatay on a Turkish Air Airbus flight No. 709 on September 10, 2012.
- Bahrain Al-Khalifa Regime Continues Suppression of Protesters
Bahraini security forces violently broke-up protests across the Persian Gulf island as peaceful protests continue in Bahrain against Al-Khalifa tyrants.
- Iranian Grand Shia Clerics Strongly Condemn US Anti-Islam Film
In separate statements released on Thursday, Grand Ayatollahs Hossein Nouri-Hamedani, Nasser Makarem-Shirazi, Ja’far Sobhani and Mohammad-Ali Alavi-Gorgani condemned the blasphemous film.
- Shia parties ask judiciary to take suo motu on genocide
ISLAMABAD: Holding judiciary responsible for the release of terrorists, All Shia Parties Conference on Saturday asked judiciary to take suo motu action against Shia genocide in the country.
- Saudi Wahhabi Security Forces Demolished Imam Hussein Mosque in Awamiyah
Saudi security forces have demolished a Shia mosque in Eastern Province as anti-regime demonstrations continue in the country.
- Iranian foundation ups price on Salman Rushdie’s head
Dubai: An Iranian religious foundation has increased its reward for the killing of British author Salman Rushdie, in response to a US-made film that mocks the Prophet Mohammad, sparking protests across the Muslim world.
- Why is Saudi Arabia forcibly returning absconded workers to their sponsors?
Domestic workers who abscond from their employers almost always do so in response to abuse, and because of the absence of adequate legal mechanisms to redress this abuse.