1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. Iran wants Saudi to drop hostile policies: Zarif
    The Iranian foreign minister says Saudi Arabia must drop its hostile policies against the Islamic Republic.
  9. 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.