- An Egypt Muslim Brotherhood Leader Converted to Shia Islam in Holy Karbala / Photos
AhlulBayt News Agency – Iraqi sources revealed that an Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood leader convert to Shiite Islam during his visit to the holy city of Karbala, south of Baghdad.
- Lawyer: Army attack leaves Nigerian Shiite leader near-blind
KANO, Nigeria: The detained leader of Nigeria’s Shiite Muslims has been left near-blind and underwent several operations to remove bullets from when he was shot in an army raid on his home, a human rights lawyer said on Friday.
- ISIS frees most of 300 abducted cement workers, kills 4
BEIRUT — The Islamic State group has released most of the 300 cement workers it abducted near Damascus after questioning them to find out who were Muslims and killing four who were members of the minority Druze sect, a Syrian opposition monitoring group and a news agency linked to the extremists reported Saturday.
- ‘Qaeda ambush’ kills at least 20 Yemen soldiers: military source
Al-Qaeda militants killed at least 20 Yemeni soldiers on Saturday when they ambushed their convoy in the south of the war-torn country, a military source said.
- ‘He was a child and came to kill children’: ISIL suicide bomber kills 43 — most of them boys — at soccer match
ASRIYA, Iraq — The suicide bomber who blew up a youth soccer match late last month left barely a dent in the hard, dry earth, a faint scorch on a concrete wall nearby.
- Meet the man who spent 10 days with ISIS and lived to tell about it
Few individuals have gotten close to the self-proclaimed Islamic State and lived to tell about it. Journalist and author Jürgen Todenhöfer is one of them.
- Militants shoot dead three Shia Muslims in southeastern Pakistan
A group of unidentified militants have shot dead three Shia Muslims in Pakistan’s troubled southeastern province of Sindh, security sources say.
- 23 ISIS terrorists killed across Iraq
As many as 23 terrorists with the Takfiri Daesh terror group have reportedly been killed in different military operations across Iraq.
- 90,000 people are trapped in the ISIS-held city of Fallujah — and they’re running out of food
Fallujah was the first major Iraqi city captured by ISIS, initially seized back in January 2014.
- Protest against Iranian embassy in Abuja: an action of miscreants
I was deeply touched by the behaviour of some miss-informed and greedy Nigerians against Iranian embassy in Abuja on Thursday, the 3rd of March, 2016.