- Lebanese army kills senior ISIS figure
The Lebanese army has reportedly killed a senior member of the Takfiri ISIS terrorist group during a large-scale operation in the east of the country.
- Shia cleric hails Modi govt for steps taken to ensure peace and security for minorities
New Delhi: A delegation of Muslim clerics and social leaders met union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday and discussed issues concerning the community.
- Saudi citizens call for renaming ISIS leader ‘Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’ street in Riyadh
AhlulBayt News Agency – A street bearing the name of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group’s warlord, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, in the Saudi capital Riyadh has made the news after Saudi citizens called for changing the street name.
- Syrian Army nears liberation of Shiite towns of Nubl & AL-Zahraa
On 1st day of February afternoon, Syrian government troops – heavily aided by various Shiite paramilitaries – stormed and captured the village of Tall Jibin after launching a surprise offensive in northern Aleppo.
- Nigeria: Shiite Muslims Make Fresh Accusations Against Nigerian Army
Members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (Shiites), in a group presentation to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) have said that their clash with the Nigerian Army in last December, was premeditated.
- Arab Shiites must reclaim religious authority from Iran
It’s well-known that Iraq is the origin and base of Shiite authority in the Middle East.
- Islamic State pushed back in Syria and Iraq, but still a threat in Libya: John Kerry
Rome: The US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State has pushed back the jihadist group in Syria and Iraq but it is a growing threat in Libya, where it could seize its oil wealth, US Secretary of State John Kerry said.
- Iran wants Saudi to drop hostile policies: Zarif
The Iranian foreign minister says Saudi Arabia must drop its hostile policies against the Islamic Republic.
- Arabs, Kurds retake northern Iraq village from Islamic State
ERBIL, Iraq (Reuters) – Sunni Muslim Arab fighters backed by Kurdish forces and U.S.-led air strikes retook a village in northern Iraq on Wednesday in an example of effective military cooperation on the ground between them against Islamic State insurgents.