1. Tony Blair is rubbing salt into Iraq’s wounds
    In the run-up to the Chilcot report, Tony Blair still thinks Iraq would have been worse off without the invasion.
  2. 7000 civilians flee Fallujah via Iraqi government safe corridor
    Over 7,000 Iraqi civilians have managed to flee the Daesh-held city of Fallujah via a safe corridor set up by Iraqi government forces that have encircled the city, says the UN.
  3. Islamic Education Center of Houston condemns Orlando shooting / Urges Trump to stop spread hatred
    AhlulBayt News Agency – The Islamic Education Center – Houston (IEC-Houston) unequivocally condemns the terrible massacre that occurred in Orlando, Florida. Islam forbids the killing of innocent people, be it by individual, organized criminals or by state sponsored actions.
  4. Pakistan police beats a Hindu man for eating in Ramazan month
    AhlulBayt News Agency – A Hindu octogenarian has been beaten black and blue in a rural Sindh district of Pakistan for eating during the fasting month of Ramazan, police confirmed on Saturday.
  5. Syrian Army killed two prominent ISIS militants in al-Mallah, N Aleppo
    AhlulBayt News Agency – Two top rebel commanders were reported killed last night during the ongoing battles with the Syrian Army in northwest Aleppo.
  6. Iraqi army entered central district of Nazzal, killed 6 ISIS suicide bombers
    AhlulBayt News Agency – On Monday, the Iraqi Armed Forces and Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) confirmed that they had entered the Hayy Nazzal district, located at the very heart of Fallujah’s city centre.
  7. Hunger strike against Shia killings in Pakistan enters Day 32; Allama Jafari’s health deteriorated
    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan – AhlulBayt News Agency – Majlis Wahdat ul Muslimeen’s Allama Raja Nasir Abbas Hunger Strike Camp at Press Club, Islamabad has come the focal point since the new of ‘Long March’ against the government after Ramadan reached masses, though the Chief is feeling the hunger toll on the 32 days and is unwell.
  8. Social media storm in Hyderabad over Ramzan dates ‘imported’ from Israel
    HYDERABAD: Social media circles in Hyderabad were rife on Monday with calls to boycott dates from Karachi Bakery because they were allegedly imported from Israel and buying Israeli products would mean supporting its oppression of Palestinian Muslims.
  9. UAE court sentences Muslim Brotherhood suspects
    A Federal Supreme State Security Court in Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Monday issued jail sentences for 19 members of the Yemeni Muslim Brotherhood.
  10. Syria civil war: 224 killed in first week of Ramadan
    At least 224 people were killed in the first week of Ramadan in Syria, with the majority of the deaths resulting from bombings by Syrian and Russian warplanes, according to a monitor.