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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.

 
“Al Quds Day, day for solidarity with Palestinains, world oppressed nations”

Pakistani politician:

“Al Quds Day, day for solidarity with Palestinains, world oppressed nations”

Renowned Pakistani politician has called the world of Islam to unite for the rights of Palestinians and liberation of Holy Al Quds.

 
“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.

 
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.

 
500 Syrian civilians killed in US strikes in May

Monitoring group reports:

500 Syrian civilians killed in US strikes in May

US airstrikes in the month of May has left nearly 500 Syrian civilians dead, showing a double number of toll in comparison with the previous month, UK-based monitoring group has reported.

 
Muslim US girl given massive funeral ceremony

Muslim US girl given massive funeral ceremony

Thousands of Muslims in US have attended funeral ceremony for the young girl killed in what her father has called as hate crime.

 
“Muslims manifest their unified nation on Al-Quds Day”

Iranian Sunni cleric:

“Muslims manifest their unified nation on Al-Quds Day”

Senior Sunni prayer leader of Piranshahr vowed that Muslims will prove their unity on the upcoming International Al-Quds Day and manifest their support for their religious brothers and sisters.

 
Iran to extend int

Iran to extend int'l cooperation in marine field

"Iran and German researchers are about to develop their cooperation in marine field," announced Iranian secretary of the national network of marine research.

 
Car rams police van in Paris, armed suspect dies

Car rams police van in Paris, armed suspect dies

A man has ploughed his car into police vehicle in Paris’s Champs-Elysees before he is grabbed and put on the ground, authorities have reported.

 
LA Muslims aid the needy in Ramadan

LA Muslims aid the needy in Ramadan

On the occasion of the 18th annual Humanitarian Day and on the last legs of the fasting month of Ramadan Muslims in Los Angeles collect donations for the homeless on skid row.

 
Attack on London mosque leaves one dead, 8 injured

Attack on London mosque leaves one dead, 8 injured

At least one person has been killed and eight others have been injured in the latest attack on Muslims in London mosque on Sunday night.

 
Brain dead man saves three lives in Isfahan

Brain dead man saves three lives in Isfahan

41-old man in Iran’s central Province of Isfahan has saved three other patients in line for receiving lung and kidney.

 

'Wound dressing to be produced by amniotic membrane'

Wound dressing to be produced by amniotic membrane easing the process of burns and skin ulcers recovery.

 
Germans hold massive rally against terrorism

Germans hold massive rally against terrorism

Thousands of Germans, a majority of them Muslims, have held demonstration in the western city of Cologne announcing opposition with terrorism and extremism under the name of Islam.

 
Over 24 dead in Saudi invasion of Yemeni market

Over 24 dead in Saudi invasion of Yemeni market

More than 24 Yemeni civilians have been killed in the latest airstrike launched by Saudi Arabia over marketplace in northwestern Yemen, al-Masirah television has reported.

 
Desertification, main challenges ahead of Int

Desertification, main challenges ahead of Int'l communities

Desertification is of main challenges the international communities is mired in and counted as the major threat to ecosystems and human life.

 
Philando Castile (L) and Minnesota police officer Jeronimo Yanez

Minnesota cop found not guilty in shooting of black motorist

Latino cop has been found not guilty of manslaughter in controversial death of an African American man in Minnesota, breaking out massive debate over the use of force against minority groups.

 
​Iran, S Korea in final talks over $13bn loan

​Iran, S Korea in final talks over $13bn loan

Iran’s media say the country is preparing to receive a major credit line worth $13 billion from South Korea for several of its industrial projects within the next few weeks.

 
Football wins build up Iran’s national unity

Football wins build up Iran’s national unity

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani praised the national football team for qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup with a spectacular performance, saying victories in sports, particularly in football games,...

 
Syrian officials pay tribute to victims of Tehran attacks

Syrian officials pay tribute to victims of Tehran attacks

A number of high-ranking Syrian officials and political figures paid tribute to the Iranian martyrs killed in recent twin attacks in Tehran that were claimed by the Daesh (ISIS or ISIL) terrorist group....

 
Muslims leave disagreements, move towards unity: Lebanese cleric

Muslims leave disagreements, move towards unity: Lebanese cleric

Top Lebanese cleric called the Zionist regime and Takfiri (excommunication) groups as number one enemy of Muslims demanding the Islamic nation to leave disagreements and move towards solidarity.

 
Iran to enhance tourism ties with East Asians

Iran to enhance tourism ties with East Asians

Iran is going to hold talks with Japan, South Korea and China to facilitate tourism, a vice president said.

 
Lawmakers hail Iran’s 2018 World cup Qualifying win

Lawmakers hail Iran’s 2018 World cup Qualifying win

Iranian parliamentarians offered congratulations on the victory of the national football team (also known as Team Melli) in the 2018 World Cup qualifier against Uzbekistan.

 
London’s Grenfell Tower burning in flames

London’s Grenfell Tower burning in flames

Huge fire has engulfed Grenfell high rise building with hundred of firefighters struggling to contain the blaze from the second floor.

 
Iraqi PM calls Kurdish independence referendum as untimely

Iraqi PM calls Kurdish independence referendum as untimely

Iraqi Prime Minister, Haidar al-Abadi has called the Kurdish independence referendum as untimely.

 
British Muslims hands out 3000 roses on London Bridge

British Muslims hands out 3000 roses on London Bridge

People walking on London Bridge were given 3,000 red roses in a show of solidarity and love.

 
True unity, based on affection: Ayatollah Araki

True unity, based on affection: Ayatollah Araki

Senior Iranian cleric stressed true solidarity is based on affection since the basis for obedience is devotion.

 
Hate group across US rallies against Islam

Hate group across US rallies against Islam

Right-wing hate group has held demonstrations across 30 US cities against Islamic laws while critics count anti-Muslim hatred behind the move.

 
30 killed, 40 injured in Daesh invasion on Sunni town in Mosul

30 killed, 40 injured in Daesh invasion on Sunni town in Mosul

More than 30 killed, 40 injured in the latest attack by Daesh Takfiri terrorists on the Sunni town of Shirwat in southern Mosul.

 
Daesh proved depth of brutality: Iranian Sunni clerics

Daesh proved depth of brutality: Iranian Sunni clerics

A group of clerics and scholars from the Sunni seminary in western Azerbaijan Province denounced the terrorist attack in the Iranian capital of Tehran saying that Daesh Takfiri group manifested the depth ...

 
 
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What is Takfirism and why you should call Daeshis Takfiris

Takfiri is frequently used in reference to Daesh (also known as ISIL or ISIS) but the term has a hidden universal applicability that surpasses our era, while exposing the dark ideology languishing in the core of the phenomenon.

US Supreme Court Violates International Law

The US Supreme Court has handed down a ruling based on which about 2 billion dollars of Iran's frozen assets will be paid as remuneration to families of Americans killed in terrorist attack on a US Marines base in Beirut in 1983. Two points are worthy of mention here: 1. Judicial immunity of ...

No true freedom of expression in US

If narrow minds continue to support the totalitarian government of the US and its allies as champions of “democracy,” we must try to understand how anyone could be so mistaken.

Iran

The facts of the Islamic Revolution in Iran are undisputed. A popular, peaceful and long-standing uprising against a US-backed dictator-king succeeded in overthrowing him in 1979. From that time till now, the Islamic Republic formed since the overthrow of the Shah has stood the test of time.

 
“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.

“About Arts”: philosophical book with religious approach

Iranian cleric has published book on truth of arts and relations of the arts with religion, geography, Qur’an and other topics in the field of the philosophy of arts.

Works by Imam Khomeini Released in Paris

Almost 35 years after the victory of the Islamic Revolution of Iran two works penned by the supreme founder of the Islamic Revolution Imam Khomeini have been published in Paris by Alboraq Publications.

 
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Sister of Chapel Hill Victim Decries Islamophobia

Long hours and days of grief could not ease the heavy heart of Dr Suzanne Barakat, the sister of slain young American Muslim who was killed last month in Chapel Hill with his young wife and sister-in-law.

Chapel Hill shooting victims in US - Deah Shaddy Barakat , age 23 and his wife Yusor Mohammad, 21

Just as I was getting my kids ready for school this morning, I heard my phone beep. I glanced down, and saw the words "Muslims Shot Dead in Chapel Hill". I froze, and felt a familiar chill run down my back. I rushed to Twitter in a desperate attempt to find out more. Who were these three people?...

Saudi new King Salman (R) stands alongside US President Barack Obama (2nd from L) after the Obamas arrived on Air Force One at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh on January 27, 2015.

The Mufti of Saudi Arabia was right on the mark when he recently said that Twitter was a source of “evil” and a “scourge” for his kingdom. Secret Saudi documents from the interior and defense ministries were leaked on Twitter on Tuesday.

Indian Muslims, Christians Seek Obama’s Help

Facing growing persecution at the hands of Hindu extremists, India Muslims and Christians have shared hopes that the US President Barack Obama would raise the issue with the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his ongoing visit to India.

An Iranian demonstrator holds a satirical poster cover mocking the French weekly Charlie Hebdo in Tehran.

Terror attacks by French Islamist extremists should force the country to look inward at its “ethnic apartheid,” the prime minister said on Tuesday as four men faced preliminary charges on suspicion of links to one of the gunmen.

 
 
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