News: 08-Mar-12

  1. Wahabiat a Squalid Stain on the Face of Islam: Grand Ayatollah Makaram Shirazi
    Grand Ayatollah Makaram Shirazi while demanding the arrest of those who were involved in the killing of Shiite Muslims of Pakistan said that Wahabiat is a squalid stain on the face of Islam.
  2. Bombs kill 14 people in Northern Iraq
    A bomb in a parked car exploded outside a restaurant and a suicide bomber wearing an explosive vest then struck a crowd of bystanders, killing 14 people in the northern Iraqi town of Tal Afar on Wednesday, police said.
  3. First Shia Imam Ali (a.s) and Global Peace, Released
    A book has recently been published on the life of Imam Ali (peace be upon him) and his governance by Tolid Ketab (Tak) publication institute.
  4. A new system in relation with the office of Grand Ayatollah Systani
    The office of Ayatollah Systani has inaugurated a new system to set up connection with the surveys department, which includes message, telephone and email.
  5. Journalist held for terror attack on Israeli envoy’s car
    NEW DELHI: An Indian journalist working for an Iranian publication was arrested on Tuesday night in connection with the terror attack on an Israeli diplomat on February 13.
  6. Alipur: Attack on Imam Bargah
    Banned terrorist outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba attacked Imam Bargah Qasr-e-Zainab (A.S.) (Ghalwan) desecrating the sanctity of Imam Bargah and tabarrukaat at midnight.
  7. Four Shia citizens arrested in Saudi Arabia
    The security forces of Al-e-Saud have arrested four Shiite citizens including a religious scholar from Qateef province.
  8. Website for Russian version of Shiism Encyclopedia launched
    Website for the Russian version of Shi’a Encyclopedia is launched by Ahlul Bayt (AS) research center of Dagestan.
  9. Top Bahraini activist’s health deteriorates
    Human rights activists have warned about the deteriorating health of Jailed Bahraini activist Abdul Hadi al-Khawaja, who is on hunger strike.
  10. Saudi security forces attack, beat female protesters in Abha
    Saudi security forces have reportedly attacked and beaten female students in the southwestern city of Abha, protesting against injustice and inequality.

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