• Leader calls Mab’ath “source of strength”, dubs US “most vicious enemy”

    Leader calls Mab’ath “source of strength”, dubs US “most vicious enemy”

    Mar 22, 2020 09:41

    Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, in his speech today on Rajab 27, the anniversary of Mab’ath – the day God Almighty entrusted the universal message of Islam to His Last and Greatest Messenger, Prophet Mohammad (SAWA) – said that in addition to the fundamental principle of monotheism, the divine goals of raising prophets include social justice to save mankind from the plots of satanic elements, such as the US of our own times, which is the most evil enemy of Iran.

  • Iran: NGOs, student organizations urge UN to end brutality against Muslims in India

    Iran: NGOs, student organizations urge UN to end brutality against Muslims in India

    Mar 08, 2020 19:37

    A large group of Iranian student organizations, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and individuals have penned a letter to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, asking her to take decisive action to end the ongoing wave of violent attacks and brutality against Muslims in India.

  • Saudi Arabia expands ban on Umrah pilgrimage over coronavirus fears

    Saudi Arabia expands ban on Umrah pilgrimage over coronavirus fears

    Mar 05, 2020 11:08

    Authorizes have banned their citizens and other residents of Saudi Arabia from performing Umrah pilgrimage in Mecca or visiting the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina amid the rapid spread of a coronavirus worldwide, expanding an earlier such ban on foreigners.

  •  New Zealand police probing new threat against mosque attacked last year

    New Zealand police probing new threat against mosque attacked last year

    Mar 03, 2020 12:34

    New Zealand police have been investigating a threat against a mosque in the city of Christchurch, days before the place of worship marks the first anniversary of a massacre that left 51 Muslim worshipers killed.

  •  Immigration and discrimination: Two shared common interests

    Immigration and discrimination: Two shared common interests

    Feb 28, 2020 17:20

    Modi’'s introduction of the Citizenship Amendment Act, or CAA, which allows Hindus, Sikhs, Christians and a host of other religious minorities access to citizenship in India from neighboring countries, has sparked protests nationwide, in a country that has a Muslim population of over 200 million.

  • Palestinians will not forgive those who accept US plan: Haniyeh

    Palestinians will not forgive those who accept US plan: Haniyeh

    Jan 31, 2020 05:31

    Ismail Haniyeh, the head of the Hamas political bureau, has called on the heads of Muslim and Arab states to “categorically reject” US President Donald Trump’s new scheme.

  • Iranians mourn martyrdom anniversary of Prophet’s daughter

    Iranians mourn martyrdom anniversary of Prophet’s daughter

    Jan 29, 2020 08:30

    Iranians are commemorating the martyrdom anniversary of Hazrat Fatima Zahra (PBUH), the revered daughter of Prophet Mohammad (Blessings of God upon him and his progeny). Some mourners also give away food to people in need to mark the occasion.

  • About 100,000 Rohyngyas refugees to move to flood-prone island in Bangladesh

    About 100,000 Rohyngyas refugees to move to flood-prone island in Bangladesh

    Jan 17, 2020 12:32

    Bangladesh has controversial plans to forcefully accommodate 100,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees on a flood-prone island, while more than 750,000 people are currently living in irregular, unsanitary, and crowded camps.

  •  Indian state challenges citizenship law in Supreme Court

    Indian state challenges citizenship law in Supreme Court

    Jan 14, 2020 16:36

    India’s southern Kerala State has become the first to legally challenge a new controversial citizenship law in the country that is widely considered anti-Muslim and has triggered nationwide demonstrations.

  • Indian police battle anti-Modi protesters over disputed law

    Indian police battle anti-Modi protesters over disputed law

    Jan 12, 2020 16:31

    Indian police baton-charged protesters Sunday to stop them reaching Prime Minister Narendra Modi's cavalcade as nationwide protests against a bitterly disputed citizenship law entered a second month.