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Ship carrying aid for persecuted Rohingya Muslims attacked in Myanmar

Ship carrying aid for persecuted Rohingya Muslims attacked in Myanmar

An attack on an aid shipment in Myanmar's violence-hit state of Rakhine has hampered desperately needed relief efforts for Rohingya Muslims fleeing persecution.

 
Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina addresses the 72nd Session of the United Nations General assembly, at the UN headquarters in New York, September 21, 2017

Bangladesh urges ‘safe zones’ for Rohingya in Myanmar

Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called for the establishment of safe zones inside Myanmar to protect the Rohingya Muslims who are fleeing a government-sanctioned crackdown to seek refuge ...

 
Rights group submit evidence of Israeli crimes on occupied land

Rights group submit evidence of Israeli crimes on occupied land

Palestinian rights group and lawyers have submitted a 700-page file evidence to the International Criminal Court including crime against humanity and prosecution in the West Bank and Jerusalem al-Quds....

 
Yemenis mark 3rd anniversary of revolution in massive rally

Yemenis mark 3rd anniversary of revolution in massive rally

People in Yemen have staged massive rally in the capital Sana'a to mark the third anniversary of the revolution and denounce the fatal invasions by Saudi Arabia.

 
UN calls for end to clampdown of Rohingya Muslims

UN calls for end to clampdown of Rohingya Muslims

UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, has called for an end to the military campaign of Myanmar government against Rohingya Muslims in his address to the UN General Assembly.

 
Saudi airstrikes kills nine civilians in NW Yemen

Saudi airstrikes kills nine civilians in NW Yemen

More than nine Yemeni civilians have been killed in the latest Saudi airstrikes in North Western parts of the country as Riyadh disregards international condemnations of its atrocities against the impoverished ...

 
Suu Kyi defends Myanmar’s violent approach on Muslim minority

Suu Kyi defends Myanmar’s violent approach on Muslim minority

Myanmar leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, has broken silence on the plight of Muslims in the country only to defend the violent approach of his government against the minority group which has been condemned by ...

 
HRW slams Saudi Arabia’s crackdown on human rights movement

HRW slams Saudi Arabia’s crackdown on human rights movement

Amnesty International has criticized Riyadh over efforts to crush the human rights movement following the detention of more activists.

 
Israel razes Palestinian home near al-Quds

Israel razes Palestinian home near al-Quds

Israeli forces have demolished a Palestinian home in al-Zayyem village, southwest of occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds, local news agency reported.

 
Humanitarian agencies urge for sanctions against Myanmar army

Humanitarian agencies urge for sanctions against Myanmar army

Rights group has urged world leaders to impose sanctions against Myanmar army over its brutal killing and displacement of over 400’000 Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.

 
Massacre of Myanmar Muslims, absolute international crime

Former Egyptian mufti:

Massacre of Myanmar Muslims, absolute international crime

Former Egyptian Mufti denounced massacre of Muslim minority in Myanmar as an absolute international crime and called for suing the perpetrators behind the catastrophe.

 
Boston protests Trump’s DACA decision

Boston protests Trump’s DACA decision

People in Boston have staged huge protests against President Donald Trump’s decision to end legal protections for immigrant children who have entered the US illegally.

 
American human rights means burning of kids, displacement of nations

Iranian clerics:

American human rights means burning of kids, displacement of nations

Iranian clerics from Southern Khorasan Province denounced the clampdown of Rohingya Muslims warning that the killing of Muslims in Myanmar is happening in the shadow of Muslim division.

 
Seven Yemeni civilians killed in Saudi airstrikes on Ma’rib

Seven Yemeni civilians killed in Saudi airstrikes on Ma’rib

Saudi airstrikes on the Yemeni Province of Ma’rib has killed seven civilians, including women and children, injuring five more.

 
Over 400’000 Rohingya refugees enter Bangladesh, Dhaka seeks help

UN reports:

Over 400’000 Rohingya refugees enter Bangladesh, Dhaka seeks help

The United Nations says over 400’000 Rohingya Muslims have taken refuge on Bangladesh border as the country urges for humanitarian help from international bodies.

 
Arrogant powers in pursuit of fading religious beliefs, dividing Muslims

Iranian Sunni scholars warn:

Arrogant powers in pursuit of fading religious beliefs, dividing Muslims

Iranian Sunni scholars in their weekly sermon have warned against endeavors by arrogant powers to fade the religious beliefs of the awakened consciences to aid the oppressed Rohingya Muslims.

 
Kuwaiti riot police arrest a stateless Arab man during a demonstration to demand citizenship (AFP)

UK police earn millions training forces from Saudi Arabia and its allies

The British government has earned more than $4.4m by training the police forces of Middle East states with authoritarian rights records, it has been revealed.

 
US imposes visa sanctions on 4 nations

US imposes visa sanctions on 4 nations

The United States has slapped visa sanctions on four African, Asian nations, arguing they have refused to take back deported citizens.

 
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UN's inaction on Saudi Arabia’s bombing of Yemen 'striking': HRW

Human Rights Watch has slammed the United Nations for its inaction on Yemen's ever-worsening humanitarian situation due to the Saudi war.

 
Iran seeks to send delegation to Myanmar over Rohingya plight

Iran seeks to send delegation to Myanmar over Rohingya plight

Tehran says it has called for a visit of an Iranian Foreign Ministry delegation to Myanmar to discuss ways to end the plight of the Rohingya Muslims in the Southeast Asian country.

 
OIC calls Myanmar to permit visit by UN investigators

OIC calls Myanmar to permit visit by UN investigators

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has urged Myanmar government to let in UN investigators to investigate into the military clampdown on the Muslim minority in the country.

 
Silent genocide of Rohingya Muslims, proof for west’s failed morality

Iranian cleric stresses:

Silent genocide of Rohingya Muslims, proof for west’s failed morality

Iranian Shia cleric noted that the silence over genocide of Myanmar Muslims is the showcase for the failed morality of claimants who are only pretending to defend human rights.

 
Myanmar Muslims succumbing to death amid international silence

Myanmar Muslims succumbing to death amid international silence

Top Iranian cleric denounced the killing of Rohingya Muslims amid the silence of the United Nations saying that the world organization is busy with sanctions against North Korea while the oppressed Muslim ...

 

'Defending Rohingya Muslims is upon Islamic countries': religious jurisprudent.

"Defending the innocent and persecuted Rohingya Muslims is upon all Islamic countries," religious jurisprudent.

 
UN denounces Tel Aviv over “de-development” of Palestine

UN denounces Tel Aviv over “de-development” of Palestine

The UN has slammed Tel Aviv for “de-development” and worsening of “humanitarian condition” in the Palestinian territories in the East Jerusalem al-Quds, the West Bank and Gaza Strip during the 50-year ...

 
Massacre of Rohingya Muslims with US green light

Iranian cleric warns:

Massacre of Rohingya Muslims with US green light

Iranian cleric denounced the “brutal massacre” of Myanmar Muslims saying that to witness such painful instances in full silence of the claimants of human rights is a proof for the deep infiltration of ...

 
Iranian cleric calls for immediate support for Rohingya Muslims

Iranian cleric calls for immediate support for Rohingya Muslims

Senior Iranian cleric has issued a statement and called for all out support for Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.

 
Genocide of Muslims, fateful plot by world arrogant powers

Iranian Sunni cleric warns:

Genocide of Muslims, fateful plot by world arrogant powers

Prominent Sunni scholar from Iran’s western Azerbaijan Province slammed the genocide of Muslims in Myanmar calling that a fateful plot by world arrogant powers.

 
Israel demolishes Muslim cemetery to build park in Jerusalem al-Quds

Israel demolishes Muslim cemetery to build park in Jerusalem al-Quds

Israeli bulldozers have reportedly razed a number of graves and the wall in a Muslim cemetery in Jerusalem al-Quds to build a park, a move in line with Tel Aviv disrespect for human and religious values....

 
Trump should let young immigrants stay, if he is pro-life

Pope Francis:

Trump should let young immigrants stay, if he is pro-life

Pope Francis said in a presser on board in a flight to Rome that the US President Donald Trump should let the young immigrants to stay in the United States if he is truly a “pro-life”.

 
 
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How America Armed Terrorists in Syria

Three-term Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii, a member of both the Armed Services and Foreign Affairs committees, has proposed legislation that would prohibit any U.S. assistance to terrorist organizations in Syria as well as to any organization working directly with them. Equally important, it ...

London acid attack victim Mukhtar speaks out

Jameel Muhktar and his cousin Resham Khan were attacked on her 21st birthday.

 
Al Azhar publishes “Daesh, state of darkness”

Top Egyptian academy has published book with the theme of Daesh terrorist group in an attempt to introduce the Takfiri (excommunication) group to the European countries.

A review of Islamic civilization in “Stabilization of Revelation Civilization”

Latest book by Mohammad Hussein Elahizadeh studies Islamic civilization of the era of apostolate and imamate through a review on the lifestyle of Imam Ali (AS) and Hazrat Zahra (AS), cousin and daughter of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH). The author in his book views the history of humanity and invitation of ...

 
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Saudi Arabia rejects call for independent UN probe into Yemen

Saudi Arabia has insisted the time is not right for an independent international inquiry into the war in Yemen, despite growing evidence of human rights violations caused by the Saudi-led campaign against the Houthis.

Uighur Muslims continue to face restrictions on their religious practice from Chinese authorities

Aishe was 16 when she completed the Hajj. Coming all the way from China, she made the journey to Mecca with her father.

Yemeni hospital braving hard with cholera epidemic

​Staffs at Sabeen hospital in the Yemeni capital Sana’a sternly warn of the present condition in braving cholera.

Why does the world remain tight-lipped in face of Myanmar

Social theorists and postcolonial critics may call them “the Other:” the objectified creatures against which the so-called normal empowered self constructs their identity. Such is the story of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, one of the world’s most discriminated, persecuted and “vulnerable” minorities.

10 facts about Israel

On 17 March, Israelis went to the polls to elect a new government. Here are 10 facts about the Knesset elections and the Palestinian vote.

 
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