1. Bahraini man dies of psychological shock
    A Bahraini man identified as Haji Abdul Ghani al-Reis has died of psychological shock after his son was abducted and tortured by regime forces, Press TV reports.
  2. CIA agents, US armed forces fight under al-Qaeda command in Syria: Gurdon Duff
    An intelligence analyst says the recent FBI arrest of US soldier and alleged CIA agent, Eric Harroun, for joining foreign-backed militants in Syria is a mockery of US operations as it shows the CIA and FBI’s disunity.
  3. Wahhabi terrorists target Islam and Christianity in Syria
    On March 23, thousands of Syrians carried the coffin of the leading Syrian Sunni scholar Shaykh Mohammad Saeed Ramadan al-Bouti, who had been killed in a terrorist attack in the Mosque Al Iman in Damascus along with his grandson and other 47 people.
  4. Many Iranians visit what used to be Iraq-Iran war fronts
    Iraq-Iran war remembered on Nowruz, holidays. Iranians from across the country are visiting places which used to be the scenes of one of the fiercest war of the 20th century.
  5. Bahrain Upholds Sentence in Iran Spy Case
    Bahrain’s news agency says an appeals court has confirmed a 10-year prison sentence against a man convicted of spying for Iran. The Gulf kingdom has long accused Tehran of aiding an anti-government uprising in the Arab country.
  6. Inflation in Iran pushed above 30% by sanctions
    Iran’s inflation rate has climbed above 30% under the impact of international economic sanctions, according to figures released by the government’s statistics centre.
  7. US seeks talks with Iran on its nuclear program
    The U.S. has disclosed the principles underlying its possible direct talks with Iran.
  8. Iran sets conditions for nuclear talks
    TEHRAN, April 1 (UPI) — Iran may postpone negotiations over its nuclear program if Western countries insist on “illogical demands,” a senior Iranian lawmaker said.
  9. 16 more restaurants in Taiwan obtain Halal certification
    This brings to 31 the number of restaurants throughout the country that are now certified as Halal or Muslim friendly restaurants.
  10. Iraq executes four including al-Qaeda boss
    IRAQ has executed al-Qaeda’s former Baghdad chief and three other men convicted of terror-related offences, despite calls for a moratorium in its use of the death penalty.