Muslims across the world are marking the unity week. The occasion coincides with the birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammad (blessings of God upon him and his progeny). The late founder of Iran’s Islamic Republic designated the occasion as the unity week to minimize differences among Muslims.
On the auspicious birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammad (blessings of God upon him and his progeny), Iran’s cultural center in Karachi has hosted a Muslim-unity conference titled “Unity, peace and the need to avoid sectarianism”.
Iran's President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi described Muslim unity as a basic strategy of the Islamic Republic, cautioning that any move harming unity will serve the objectives of the adversaries.
People have rallied in the Pakistani city of Karachi to mark the birthday anniversary of Prophet Mohammad (Blessings of God upon him and his progeny).
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi has called on Muslim nations to strengthen their unity and establish stronger relations, saying they should avoid any statement or measure that may create rifts within their ranks.
Police in Bangladesh have fired tear gas and rubber bullets at thousands of protesters during the third consecutive day of street rallies against the desecration of the Muslim holy book, the Qur'an, at a Hindu religious festival in the Muslim-majority country.
A human rights group has urged the United Nations (UN) and Bangladesh to revise a recent deal over the relocation of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees to a remote, inhospitable island.
Millions of devotees are in the holy city of Karbala, where the holy shrine of Imam Husain (AS) is located, to perform and participate in mourning processions.
Tens of thousands of mourners are walking towards the holy city of Karbala in commemoration of the 40th day after the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS), which falls on Tuesday 28th of September this year in Iraq.