Tehran to mount intl. cartoon competition on Trump

Tehran to mount intl. cartoon competition on Trump

Iran’s capital Tehran will organize an international cartoon contest on US President Trump with participation of over 500 cartoonists from 75 countries across the world.

 
Human colons grown in lab change study of GI diseases

Human colons grown in lab change study of GI diseases

Scientists have generated human embryonic stem cells with the use of stem cells in a laboratory that function much like natural human tissues when transplanted into mice, new research has shown.

 
Iranian Speaker holds Terrorism as brainchilde of Israel

Iranian Speaker holds Terrorism as brainchilde of Israel

Iran's Parliament Speaker lectured the Israeli regime as the mother of terrorism, saying it embodies the most malignant form of terrorist activities throughout history.

 
Iran, Hezbollah raps Mecca terror attempt

Iran, Hezbollah raps Mecca terror attempt

Iran has strongly slams a terror plot aiming at the Grand Mosque in the holy Saudi city of Mecca, saying the “foiled attempt” proved again that terrorism knows no boundaries.

 
“Unity and might of Islamic resistance is unique”

Ayatollah Mohsen Araki:

“Unity and might of Islamic resistance is unique”

Senior cleric praised the current situation of Islamic resistance calling the present solidarity and might of the group as unique.

 
Body heat used by flexible wearable electronics as source of energy

Body heat used by flexible wearable electronics as source of energy

North Carolina State University engineers designed a flexible thermoelectric energy harvester

 
Pakistan shootings, blasts kill 45

Pakistan shootings, blasts kill 45

Several bomb blasts and shooting incidents have claimed the lives of 54 people across Pakistan in retaliation of the militant groups pushed out of the region by government forces.

 
Israel annoyed at Germany over al-Quds march

Israel annoyed at Germany over al-Quds march

Israel shows fury to pro-Palestine demonstrators’ participation in al-Quds Day rally in the German capital of Berlin on Friday.

 
UN denies Israel claims of Hezbollah operating in NGO disguise

UN denies Israel claims of Hezbollah operating in NGO disguise

The United Nations has rejected Israeli allegations against Hezbollah movement’s activities on the border under the cover of environmental NGO.

 
Over a dozen killed in ISIL bombing of Mosul

Over a dozen killed in ISIL bombing of Mosul

More than a dozen civilians have been killed following a suspected ISIL member blew himself up among the people leaving the city of Mosul amid the last struggles by the terrorist group to keep its stronghold....

 
 
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American city not sleep during Ramadan

Traffic increases at night, while the streets are vacant during Iftar or breaking of the fast. Bakeries are open 24/7, cafes have their peak hours after midnight and homes are decorated in celebration of the occasion, Middle East Eye reported.

The Corridor to Religious Tolerance in Islam

Embracing a new religion is indeed a beautiful event. Soon after, however, as we become more socially involved, mixing and mingling with certain folk is not always a "bowl full of cherries".

Me, Myself and My Hijab

OXFORD, England — One of the many issues that have been raised here in the aftermath of the Brexit vote revolves around identity. What does it mean to be British, to look British, to sound British? I was born and raised here. I live here. I’m unquestionably British. I’ve been told ...

The Problem with Thinking on Your Knees

Somewhere in Thinking the Twentieth Century (2009), a book, which is based on a series of conversations between the historians Tony Judt (1948-2010) and Timothy Snyder, Judt says—and I’m paraphrasing—Intellectuals around the world share a common frame of reference because they tend ...

The Necessity of Reviving Regionalism in Iran

The Islamic Republic of Iran's foreign policy has been subject of many disputes. Some of these disputes have reached a final conclusion and have guided Iranian diplomats in the form of consensual policies. Some other disputes, however, are still far from a domestic consensus despite the fact ...

 
“Psychotherapy and Councelling with Islamic Approach” published

Iran’s Samt Publication has released book on application of Islamic approach in psychotherapy.

Translation of Al-Mizan Quran exegesis published in Turkey

A Turkish translation of volume 13 of the Al-Mizan Exegesis of the Holy Quran was published in Turkey.

“An American Dream” published in Persian

Persian version of “An American Dream” by prominent American author, Norman Mailer, is unveiled by Iran’s Qoqnous (phoenix) Publication in Tehran.

“Hollywood and Islamophobia” published

An old scenario in the west, Iranian thinkers have carried out a research leading to publication of a new book on Islamophobia in Hollywood movies.

“Woman in View of Qur’an” published

Much disputed among non-Muslims, women in view of Qur’an is the theme for the latest book by Iranian author Mohammad Moradi shedding more light on the Islamic attitude on the female members of the community.

 
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Islamic Center of London awards winners of Quran contest

Like previous years, the center organized the competition in the holy month of Ramadan.

Islamophobia leads West to ignore humane values

Widespread Islamophobia is making American and European governments ignore the greatest human rights debacle of the 21st century: the Syrian Refugee Crisis.

Yemeni forces target Saudi boat in Red Sea

Yemeni army has reportedly targeted, destroyed Saudi gunboats with missiles in its southwestern coast in the Red Sea.

Analysis: Egypt under El-Sisi; Inside Out

Egypt has taken advantage of the West Asia’s wide-ranging disorder. Cairo has strongly returned to consistence with the US and the Israeli regime in joint security partnership. But the growing Cairo’s dependence on the Persian Gulf Arab states’ financial resources, especially those of Saudi Arabia, ...

Saudi executes 47 in 1 day, sits on UN Human Rights Council

The execution of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr in Saudi Arabia represents another assault by Riyadh on the forces of reform and political empowerment in the Muslim world, warned the London-based Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC).