Bodies of 90 Iranian pilgrims killed in Saudi Arabia's Mina tragedy arrived in Tehran on Tuesday morning.
Bahrain has asked Iran’s chargé d’affaires to leave the Persian Gulf littoral state within three days.
Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi stated that that cyberspace is a “double-edged sword” and there are both good and bad uses for the Internet and added that we must be aware of the enemies’ use of these new technologies against us.
Sources revealed on Tuesday that Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz has been hospitalized in Riyadh and is now in critical health conditions.
Police said that Shiite Muslim, Syed Zakir Husain, 36, was on his way home after closing the workshop when two armed motorcyclists attacked him near Asia Restaurant in Pehlwan Goth and fled.
As world Muslims prepare to welcome the new Hijri year, a Nigerian Muslim leader has advised Muslims to emulate the Islamic teachings and morals of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) as their goal and mission to be followed.
A bipartisan group of four US senators have demanded the Obama administration stop training militants in Syria, calling the program “a total failure.
Two British Muslim organizations have joined hands in a clean-up campaign in South Tyneside, northeast England, offering upstanding citizen role models for fellow citizens in order to create a more pleasant environment for people of all faiths.
Secretary General of the Ahlul Bayt World Assembly: There is a good opportunity for promoting Shi'ism in Africa, Latin America and South America; in this case we need to produce applications and to be active in cyberspace.
I ask for leftovers. If we could send leftovers overseas, I would do it in a heartbeat. But these are also our people. They are human. Poverty does not know religion, race or ethnicity
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