1. Rare manuscript comprising Imam Ali’s supplications unveiled at Tehran museum
    TEHRAN — A rare copy of a manuscript containing supplications attributed to Imam Ali (AS) was unveiled during a ceremony at Tehran’s Malek Museum and Library on Thursday.
  2. Iranians celebrate Father’s Day in Tehran
    Father’s Day is a national holiday in Iran, which is celebrated annually on the birthday of Imam Ali, the first Shiite Imam. Imam Ali was the cousin and son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
  3. Mass Protest on Friday in Solidarity with Sheikh Qassem: Bahrain
    Bahraini protestors took to the streets in Duraz and other areas in solidarity with Ayatollah Sheikh Issa Qassim, after the Bahraini opposition had released a statement condemning the attack on his house. The Islamic Scholar Council also called on to a mass gathering on Friday in Duraz in solidarity with Sheikh Qassim.
  4. Saudi royals spend money on drugs, wild parties: Report
    A Saudi cleric says a number of celebrities in the kingdom together with some members of the ruling Al Saud dynasty are squandering huge sums of money on drugs and debauchery.
  5. Saudi Women Stage Anti-regime Rally in Qatif
    Saudi women have held a massive demonstration against the Al Saud regime in the country’s oil-rich Eastern Province.
  6. Iran Hackers Accused of Targeting US Energy Firms
    Iran has stepped up a campaign of cyberattacks against U.S. companies and has successfully hacked the computer networks of several American energy firms.
  7. Iran arrests MKO agents on mission to sabotage election
    Iran security forces have arrested a number of people linked to the terrorist Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO) on mission to cause turmoil during the upcoming presidential election, a security official says.
  8. In Iran, Rafsanjani reacts to ejection from presidential race with relief, warnings
    TEHRAN — Two days after being disqualified from running in Iran’s upcoming presidential election, former president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani broke his silence Thursday, saying that difficult days loom for the country.
  9. Militants in Syria receive 35-ton Saudi arms cargo: Top cmdr.
    The top commander of foreign-backed militants fighting against the Syrian government says the militants have received a 35-ton arms shipment from Saudi Arabia.