1. Terrorists of Sipah-e-Sahaba Kill a Shia Cleric in Pakistan
    Notorious terrorists of Sipah-e-Sahaba shot martyred a Shia religious scholar in Karachi late on Friday night.
  2. UN Aims to Hold International Peace Conference on Syria in Mid-November
    UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Saturday that the international community aims to hold an international peace conference on Syria in mid-November, the UN News Centre said.
  3. Syria’s Mosques Destroyed Ransacked by Terrorists
    In the past thirty months since the unrest began in Syria, many of the country’s mosques have been destroyed and ransacked by Takfiri terrorists.
  4. Free Quran App ‘Recite it Right’ at Apple Store
    A new Quran application to help people read the Holy Book correctly is now available at the Apple App Store.
  5. Shoe thrown as Rouhani home after historic Obama call
    Tehran (AFP) – A shoe was thrown at Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s motorcade Saturday as he arrived home to a mixed reception after his historic call with US President Barack Obama.
  6. Educational Programs Underway for Non-Iranian Pilgrims of Astan-e Quds Razavi
    Head of the Office for Non-Iranian Pilgrims of Imam Reza’s (AS) holy shrine told IQNA that some short-term educational programs are being held for non-Iranian pilgrims of the holy shrine every day.
  7. Flag of Imam Reza’s (AS) Holy Shrine Gifted to Medina’s Shia Mosque
    (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – In the course of an interesting incident, the banner of the holy shrine of Imam Reza (AS) was gifted to the mosque of Shia Muslims in the holy city of Medina.
  8. Imam, 64, detained for alleged involvement in Shia teachings
    MUADZAM SHAH: The Pahang Islamic Religious Department (Jaip) detained a 64-year-old imam from Pekoti Timur, Ulu Keratong here for his alleged involvement in the banned Shia teachings.
  9. 2 Hezbollah militants killed in Lebanon Shiite-Sunni clash
    Two militants of the powerful Shiite Hezbollah movement were killed on Saturday in a firefight with members of a Sunni clan in eastern Lebanon, a security official told AFP.