1. Karachi: 3 killed, 20 injured in a bomb blast
    Karachi: Three persons were killed and more than 20 injured when a bomb went off outside a Shia imambargah (prayer hall) in the southern Pakistani port city of Karachi on Sunday, officials said. The blast occurred near the imambargah in Abbas Town area of Pakistan’s largest city.
  2. Shia Ulema want army deployed in city for Muharram security
    The Tehreek-e-Nifaz-e-Fiqah-e-Jafaria (TNFJ) on Saturday demanded the deployment of the army in the city to prevent terrorist attacks during Muharram.
  3. Over the last several decades 6000 Shia children killed in Pakistan + Pic
    Since mid-1980s, more than 20,000 Shia Muslims, thousands of Sunni Sufi (Barelvi) Muslims, hundreds of Ahmadis, Christians and Hindus have been killed in Pakistan by Takfiri Deobandi terrorists sponsored by Jihadist-minded generals of Pakistan Army.
  4. Protest against sectarian killings – Shia minister lost his job in Pakistan
    Because of his continued objection to sectarian killings and violence, Shia-Hazara Education Minister Jan Ali Changezi was asked to give up his position in Baluchistan. Provincial Chief Minister Aslam Raisani announced last night he demoted Minister Changezi.
  5. Wahhabi Vandalism In Morocco and Tunisia
    Wahhabi wrecking crews have also torn down historic mosques in Medina, and Wahhabi terrorist acolytes have bombed Sufi and Shia structures in Iraq and South Asia. The Wahhabi fanatics even tried to destroy the Ka’bah, the cubical building inside the Grand Mosque at Mecca; and they still threaten to remove the green dome from the Prophet’s Shrine in Medina.
  6. Bahrain: Summoning of Al-Marzouq is an emptying of the political conduct
    The regime in Bahrain continues to suppress the opposition leaders and its masses through various methods, including summons and arbitrary extrajudicial arrests undertaken by the regime’s security services.
  7. NRI makes documentary film on Hindu followers of Imam
    MUMBAI: Among the legions of mourners who are commemorating the martyrdom of Imam Hussain, grandson of the Prophet, in the current month of Muharram, are his Hindu followers—the Hussaini Brahmins.
  8. Mayor orders cleaning drive for Moharram
    ALLAHABAD: Peeved over the rampant complaints over deteriorating sanitary conditions in the city, mayor Abhilasha Gupta Nandi inspected various streets in the city through which Muharram processions were to be taken out on Saturday. She also inspected Balughat Baradari following complaints in the ongoing Kartik Mela.
  9. Iran hosts Syrian peace conference
    TEHRAN— Under the motto “No to violence, yes to democracy,” an estimated 200 Syrian and regional politicians gathered in Tehran on Sunday to discuss a possible end to the violence that has engulfed Syria since March 2011.
  10. Iran claims US denies visa for UN visit
    The United States has denied visas to Iranian officials hoping to attend a UN meeting in New York, Iran’s state news agency has reported.