Marking the international women's day, the European Forum of Muslim Women has issued a statement to condemn discrimination against Muslim women based on their faith and gender.
Afghanistan's Defense Minister Bismillah Khan Mohammadi has said a recent deadly US attack on an Afghan army base was arbitrary in nature.
The United States and Israel benefit from a destabilized Middle East, particularly with their assault on Syria, an analyst tells Press TV.
Renowned archbishop compared Israel's treatment of Palestinians to apartheid and reiterated endorsement of BDS.
A proposal by Britain's leading vet to ban halal and kosher slaughter in UK has sparked angry condemnations from the Muslim and Jewish communities, arguing that any such ban would endanger their religious freedoms.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki says Saudi Arabia and Qatar are openly declaring war on Iraq by supporting the militants in western Anbar Province.
The last shipment of Qatar-donated diesel is expected to run out within four or five days.
An Israeli court has sentenced a Palestinian teenager to 25 years in jail over an alleged plot to bomb a passenger bus in Tel Aviv in 2012, a report says.
The Awqaf and Minors Affairs Foundation (AMAF) on Saturday announced the construction of the first eco-friendly mosque in the Islamic world is 85 per cent complete and is set to open doors to worshippers shortly.
The 6th international book exhibition of Imam Ali’s (AS) holy shrine has been underway since March 7 in the holy city of Najaf.
Israeli troops have shot dead a Palestinian-Jordanian judge at the main Jordan border crossing with Amman, security sources say.
Libya’s parliament orders military operations to liberate militia-held oil ports as insecurity continues to grow across the North African country.
A council member in the London borough of Enfield has been expelled from his party after he compared Muslim womens' burkas to black dustbin liners.
Former Iraqi prime minister Ibrahim Jafari is the head of this meeting.
The Al-Wefaq National-Islamic Society in Bahrain has called on international human rights originations to back the rights of Bahraini women.
The 12th edition of Imam Reza (AS) international festival will be held from August 27 to September 6 in 70 countries.
The Arab League (AL) has rejected Israel’s demand for being recognized as a “Jewish state.”
Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) says it is seriously concerned about the health condition of a teenager who has been in detention since January.
As the UN warns of an anti-Muslim genocide in the Central African Republic, anger is rising against French troops for failing to rein in attacks on Muslims, Press TV reports.
Spokeswoman: "The American position is clear, Israel is a Jewish state"
The radical group of Islamic State of Iraq and Levant in Syria has threatened rival al-Nusra Front and Islamic Front, both extremist militant groups, has denounced any effort aimed at ending infighting between these groups who are all fighting to topple the Syrian government.
A group of Iraqi lawmakers have launched a petition to nominate Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, a top Muslim cleric, for the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize, the Iraqi daily Azzaman reported.
Egyptian security forces have cracked down on student protesters in Cairo and several other major cities as tension continues to grow across the North African country.
Dr.Velayati the secretary general of the World Assembly of Islamic Awakening said enemies of Islam are trying to provoke religious sects to harm the unity of Muslims Umma in meeting of the Supreme Council of Islamic Awakening in Tehran.
Milan Fashion Week Introduces Hijab Friendly Headwear.
The final stage of the first Quran competition of Iraqi universities was held in the grand mosque in the city of Kufa.
What will a possible US military intervention in Syria entail?
This is an interview with Mohammed Jahangir, Director of the Center for Muslim Affairs, Manchester about ethnic cleansing crisis in Myanmar where 800,000 Rohingya Muslims are overlooked in Rakhine State.
This is an interview with Gordon Duff, a senior editor at Veterans Today from Ohio, to discuss the role of Israel in fanning the flames of terrorism in Syria.
One of the domino effects of having fewer girls in school is that the Arab world suffers from a shortage of female teachers in a region where segregated education is common and even preferred, especially in the same rural, disadvantaged areas where female teachers are needed most.
For almost five centuries Catholicism has been the dominant religion in Mexico.
Though Islam was the first divine religion to be introduced to Malawians, inaccessibility to education and anti-Muslim discrimination have largely affected the growth of the divine faith in the southern African nation.
Abdul-Rahman Farih is the youngest person on the planet who has learned the entire Quran by heart.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday he is opposed to freezing construction in settlements as a means to extend U.S.-sponsored peace talks with Palestinians.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says the US and British spy agencies will soon have the ability to snoop on the entire planet.
Zionist troops fired tear gas canisters and rubber bullets towards the marchers, causing a number of activists to suffocate.
An American peace activist says she was left in the lurch by the US Embassy in Cairo this week when the Egyptian police detained her for trying to go to Gaza.
An international conference themed Role of Islamic World in Global Power Structure involving over 120 universities, educational and research institutes and seminaries will be held in near future.
A report says young Syrian girls whose families have lost everything due to three years of turmoil in Syria are being sexually exploited in neighboring countries, especially by wealthy Saudis.
An Irish student union has joined the global boycott campaign against the Israeli regime.
While Crimea prepares for March 16th referendum on its autonomy, the Crimean Tatars Muslim community are revising images of Stalin’s 1944 horror and fear of exile after finding their doors marked with an “X”, the sign put by Stalin police before evicting them from their homeland.
Dozens of Zionist teens sign letter vowing not to serve in Zionist army.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has labeled Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization-- following the example of neighboring Saudi Arabia.
Revelations by the former NSA contractor Edward Snowden on the massive US surveillance programs show that Washington still has the Cold War-era mentality, a political analyst says.
The UN humanitarian aid chief says almost all of more than 100,000 Muslims once residing in the Central African Republic’s (CAR) capital, Bangui, have fled the violence perpetrated by Christian militias.
The foreign-backed Syrian National Coalition (SNC) has finally named Brigadier General Abdullah al-Bashir as the official head of its military wing after weeks of disagreements.
Former Iraqi prime minister Ibrahim Jafari is the head of this meeting.
A political analyst says the Saudi kingdom is hell-bent on toppling the Syrian government and establishing a Wahhabi-style regime in the crisis-hit Arab country, Press TV reports.
Zionist threats to Masjid al-Aqsa and the Haram al-Sharif in Jerusalem have intensified as is evident from the frequent storming of the Noble Sanctuary.
Egypt opens Rafah border crossing With Gaza Strip for 2 days after 4 weeks Closure.
Thousands of Muslims from the Rohingya community are reportedly living in open-air prisons in Myanmar.
A 24- year old Saudi man,who was part of the most brutal of the terror groups- Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), currently fighting the Assad forces, has revealed that the Syrian war is not a revolution but a fight among various Muslim factions, who are killing innocent people.
Three people were killed and 28 wounded on Friday in Egypt as Islamist protesters clashed with security forces and civilian opponents, the health ministry said in a statement.
Six Palestinians were injured and two Israeli peace activists were detained as protests against the Israeli occupation broke out in at least four villages across the West Bank on Friday.
At least 13 people, including a parliamentary candidate and four children, have been killed in bombings and shootings in Iraq, officers and medical sources said.
Israeli regime forces have fired stun grenades and tear gas at dozens of Palestinian protesters marking the International Women's Day near a West Bank checkpoint, injuring at least 11 women.
PHOTO/ IRAN more allied than ever on the 35th anniversary of the Revolution/ Different cities of the Islamic Republic
Support of The Union of Islamic World Students for the request of Jordanian people and parliament members as to fire the ambassador of the Zionist regime