- “Killing, Beheading of Shiites in Diyala Province by so-called Hezb al-Eslami”: Senior Iraqi MP
A prominent Iraqi legislator disclosed that the so-called al-Hezb al-Eslami has been behind the recent massacre and beheading of Shiites in the Northeastern Diyala province.
- Day of mourning being observed in Quetta over Shia killings
A day of mourning along with shutter-down strike is being observed in Quetta on Tuesday against the killings of seven Shia people in two separate incidents on Monday.
- Grand Ayatollah Makarem debunks the Fatwas let Muslims drink water during Ramadan month when feel thirsty
Grand Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi debunked the Fatwas let Muslims drink water during the holy month of Ramadan.
- Bahraini al Khalifa Forces Killed a 55-Year Old Man Using Poisonous Gas in Diraz
Another Bahraini Shia has martyred after inhaling poisonous tear gas fired by Saudi-backed regime forces in Diraz village on the northwestern coast of the Persian Gulf country.
- Book by Allameh Askari Unveiled at Quran Exhibition
The book “Abu Huraira” has been unveiled at the 21st International Holy Quran Exhibition in Tehran.
- Bahrain the Only Country Bringing Foreign Expertise to Master in Torture
Bahrain Forum for Human Rights indicated that its country was the only one which brings foreign expertise into Bahrain to master in torturing its citizens, and who’s prime minister makes a good wishes visit to an officer involved in cases of torture.
- 7 Shi’ite Muslims Gunned Down in Quetta – Pakistan / Pics
According to details, a Shia businessman Raza Hussain, the owner of Ali Traders, Muhmmad Idrees a boxer, Ali Akbar and Ali Reza were killed by Saudi backed takfiri terrorists of Lashkar-e-Jhagvi at Liquat Bazar Masjid Road area, while after few minutes 3 more Shia Muslims were gunned down at Khudadad Road area.
- Sampang Shia may never return home
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has endorsed the decision by the East Java administration to relocate 235 Shiites from Sampang, Madura Island, to Sidaoarjo, a move that will permanently bar members of the community from returning to their home village.
- Iran’s Next President Faults Ahmadinejad on Economy
TEHRAN — Iran’s president-elect, Hassan Rowhani, painted a bleak picture of the country’s economy on Monday, blaming the departing administration of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for high inflation and unemployment, and saying it “has left much work to be done.”
- Egypt’s New Government Doesn’t Include Muslim Brotherhood
CAIRO — Egypt’s interim president swore in a new cabinet on Tuesday that was dominated by liberal and leftist politicians, sweeping away the brief era of Islamist political rule built by the country’s deposed president, Mohamed Morsi.