Muslims living across Austria have joined in global commemorations as the Muslim World marks the day of Ashura; a day that is the emotional peak of the 10 days mourning period to mark the anniversary of the martyrdom of Imam Hussain (AS).
The Secretary General of Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement has called his group the frontrunner of the battle against Israel, warning the Tel Aviv regime of tough and crippling retaliatory strikes in case it dares launch an act of aggression against Lebanese territories.
Like every other Muslim nation in the world, Afghans passionately marked the 10-day mourning ceremonies for the martyrdom of Imam Hussein (AS) and his companions.
Hundreds of mourners marched through various streets, wearing black and reciting elegies in honor of Imam Hussein (PBUH).
Hundreds of Londoners throng Hyde Park in the center of the British capital, to commemorate martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS) the grandson of Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) in the battle of Karbala.
Nigerian troops have reportedly attacked Shia Muslims, martyring several people and injuring many others during a peaceful annual Ashura procession in Zaria, Kaduna state in the northwest.
People from all walks of life in the capital city of Tehran commemorate Ashura night, Imam Hussein's (PBUH) martyrdom anniversary, in different districts of the city.
Kenyan Shia Muslims, alongside the other followers of Imam Hussein (PBUH) worldwide, held mourning rituals of Muharram on Ashura day in Nairobi, the capital of the country.
People of Afghanistan observe Muharram mourning rituals regardless of the recent wave of terrorist attacks.
Thousands of Kashmiri Muslims attended a rally in Srinagar to observe the Moharram mourning processions on the anniversary of Imam Hussein's (PBUH) martyrdom.