- Mukhtar Force tight security arrangements at Karbala Gamay Shah Lahore
Mukhtar Force was established by chief of Tehreek Nafaz-e-Fiqh-e-Jafariya Agha Sayed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi immediately after 26 imambargahs were torched in Lahore in Nawaz Sharif government in 1986 to protect Sha’a’ir Allah.
- Ignorant Saudi Wahhabis Arrested Shia Citizen Over Muharram Mourning
Al-Khabbaz is an owner of a grocery pitched a tent in front of his shop to prepare foods and drinks for people declared their grief and sorrow on the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussain .
- Diala explosion casualties up to 21 Shia
Casualties from the explosion that targeted a Shiite gathering in Diala rose to four dead and 17 wounded, according to a security source.
- Attacks on Shia Teachers and Schools in Pakistan’s Balochistan Province
Wahhabi insurgent groups have attacked members of the Shia community, especially members of the Persian-speaking Hazara community. Such sectarian attacks appeared to increase in 2009, and occur mainly in Quetta and its neighboring districts.
- Iraq National Alliance gets 16 ministries
Iraqi political parties agreed to allocate 16 ministries including two sovereign ministries to the National Alliance, an informed source told Alsumaria News.
- Qajar era photos of shrine of Imam Reza (AS) on display in Tehran
Photos of the holy shrine Imam Reza (AS) in Mashhad taken during Qajar era are currently on display in an exhibit at the Niavaran Cultural Historical Complex.
- Mourning Ceremonies on Muharram in Sudan
On the occasion of the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS) and his companions, mourning ceremonies have been held in Khartoum, Sudan
- Pakistan Sacks Two Cabinet Ministers
Pakistan’s prime minister fired two members of his cabinet Tuesday for what political observers said were allegations involving corruption, media reports said.
- Bahrain to curb naturalisation of foreigners -king
MANAMA, Dec 14 (Reuters) – Bahrain’s King said on Tuesday the Gulf state would limit the number of foreigners to whom it grants citizenship, in an apparent gesture to the Shi’ite opposition after recent sectarian tensions.
- School Sued Over Muslim Teacher’s Pilgrimage
(AP) The federal government sued a suburban Chicago school district Monday for denying a Muslim middle school teacher unpaid leave to make a pilgrimage to Mecca that is a central part of her religion.