- Millions of Muslims heading to Karbala to mark Arbaeen
Millions of Muslims are heading to the holy Iraqi city of Karbala to commemorate the religious ceremony of Arbaeen, which marks the 40th day after the martyrdom of the third Shia Imam.
- Shias and Sunnis: Brothers or Blood Enemies?
In late 2011, after Iraqi police arrested more than 600 former Baathist officials in Tikrit, deputy intelligence minister Hussein Kamal Ali said: The government has been watching these people for a long time. Ultimately, we learned that they were holding secret meetings and had ill intentions.
- Moulana Hussain Masudi: “Every shia muslim must get awareness”
Moulana Hussain Masudi the Senior Vice President of Jafaria Alliance Pakistan says in his ststement that at this time it is a duty of every shia muslim must get awareness and take notice that in this country who is real faithful to our cause and those take oportunity at this time are not faithful to shia muslims.
- 502 Shia Muslims embraced martyrdom in 2012 due to takfiri terrorist attacks
As many as 502 Shiites including high-profile leaders and thinkers were martyred in targeted attacks by takfiri nasbi terrorists of outlawed Sipah-e-Sahaba that has been renamed as Ahl-e-Sunnat wal Jamaat (ASWJ).
- Gunmen kill Shia leader during mourning procession in Chiniot
LAHORE: Organiser of Shia religious activities and license holder for the main mourning processions in Chiniot, Malik Mukhtar Hussain, was allegedly target killed by six armed men during a mourning procession which was underway on December 31.
- Egypt Prevented 3 Attempts to Smuggle Weapons into Gaza
Sources: Egypt has prevented three instances of smuggling of weapons into Gaza since Operation Pillar of Defense.
- Spy planes warned off says Iran
DUBAI: Iran has warned off foreign surveillance planes that have tried to approach its forces during naval drills in the Strait of Hormuz, an Iranian military spokesman said yesterday.
- Iran ‘still poses a major threat’
BAHRAIN’S uprising was “hijacked” by Iran which continues to pose a threat to regional security, according to a new study.
- Iraq prime ministers vows to free some women prisoners
BAGHDAD Iraqs Shiite prime minister, Nouri al-Maliki, has warned he will not tolerate Sunni anti-government rallies indefinitely, but made a concession to their demands by promising to free some women prisoners.
- Iraq PM warns Sunni protesters, makes small concession
Baghdad, Jan 02 (bdnews24.com/Reuters) – Iraq’s Shia prime minister, Nuri al-Maliki, has warned he will not tolerate Sunni anti-government rallies indefinitely, but made a concession to their demands by promising to free some women prisoners.