A seminar was held in Mauritania on Thursday, March 6, to condemn desecration of the Quran.
A ceremony was held at the holy shrine of Hazrat Zeynab (SA) in Damascus, Syria to celebrate the great lady’s birthday.
The Syrian army has reported new operations and gains against militants across the country, saying it has also destroyed many armaments belonging to the militants.
Israel's settler population in the occupied West Bank increased by 4.2 percent in 2013, interior ministry figures show, as U.S.-backed peace talks with the Palestinians falter over the settlement issue.
Sources have confirmed that deposed President Hosni Mubarak and his regime have worked to serve both Israel and America’s interests in the region as to help assert and affirm its own rule over the country.
Muslims in France have been urged to take part in a gathering in Paris to protest against the ban on Hijab.
Saudi state television has for the first time broadcast the "confessions" of a terrorist who returned from Syria where he had hoped to join al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front, but was forced into the ranks of the notorious Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIL).
The forces of Al Khalifa regime have attacked ceremonies held to celebrate the birthday anniversary of Hazrat Zeynab (SA).
Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki has lifted a three-year long state of emergency which was set at the time of 2011 revolution in the North African country.
An American political analyst says the United Sates seeks “domination and control of the territory, people, and resources of the entire planet.”
Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas will not extend peace talks with Israel beyond April without further prisoner releases and a halt to settlement construction, Israeli and Palestinian sources said Tuesday.
Turkey's Religious Affairs Ministry is working to complete what will be the biggest mosque in Central Asia, in the capital city of Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek.
Citizens in various provinces across the country continued Tuesday to stream into streets in massive rallies to express support to the Syrian Arab Army.
Latest official figures show that 350,177 internally displaced families are taking refuge in shelters inside Syria.
Syrian army launches major operation near capital, in the town of Yabroud, to clear it from foreign-backed rebels.
Hamas has criticized a new decision by an Egyptian court's to prohibit ban activities of the Palestinian resistance movement in Egypt, stating that the move serves the Israeli occupation.
Muslims in Mauritania took to the streets in the capital Nouakchott on Monday to protest against desecration of the Holy Quran.
Egyptian Authorities continue the closure of Rafah crossing to Palestinian travelers, for the third week in a row.
Making a fusion between Islamic heritage and Australian culture, Australia’s first Islamic Museum has opened its doors to the public to showcase the Islamic culture and present the true-face of Islam.
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Takfiri terrorists of outlawed Sipah-e-Sahaba/LeJ/ASWJ opened fire upon Shahid Ali Shaukat Ali in Manghopir area.
Syria would not withdraw its support to the Palestinian nation in reaction to adverse stance of certain groups.
The carrier's official travel-route map shows all surrounding countries, including Jordan, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon but not Israel.
Zionist troops terrorized students during the raid and fired sound bombs and teargas canisters inside the school.
Protesters marched through the streets of Jerusalem on Saturday to condemn the deaths of two Palestinians who have died at the hands of Israeli forces in the last week.
UN-Arab League Syria peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi is on the verge of quitting amid growing frustration at deadlocked international efforts to end the worsening conflict, diplomats said Wednesday.
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Not only Takfiri groups do not have the least respect for human dignity, but also they demand the paradise in return for their crimes and it is with this ideology that they kill innocent men, women and children.
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.
Ariel Sharon, the former Prime Minister of the Israeli regime, was widely known in the Arab and Islam world for his war crimes against Palestinians during deadly years of occupation of Palestine.
Saudi Arabia's Cabinet has called for the withdrawal of all foreign militants including the extremist Saudi ones from Syria.
An Israeli air strike on the northern Gaza Strip killed two Palestinians and wounded two others on Monday, the emergency services in the Hamas-run enclave said.
Bahraini regime forces have raided the mourners of an anti-regime activist who died in prison a few days ago.
Israeli forces arrested 31 Palestinian children during the second half of February, in addition to injuring several others, according to the Palestinian Authority Ministry of Information.
The United Nations has warned of a looming food crisis in the Central African Republic (CAR), which has been experiencing sectarian violence for several months.
At least three people have been killed in a airstrike carried out by a US assassination drone in Yemen’s eastern province of Mareb.
Syrian President al-Assad's adviser said that Zionist regime is sending fighters and officers to help the rebels fighting to oust Assad.
Palestinian political forces ruled out the idea that NATO could be responsible for Palestine security.
People in Bahrain on Sunday held rallies in protest against the presence of Saudi forces in their country.
Muslim women footballers will be able to sport the headscarf during games, after FIFA decided to lift a ban on head covers for religious reasons, following a meeting of the International Football Association Board (IFAB) in Zurich.
Chairman of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of Iran’s Majlis (parliament) Alaeddin Boroujerdi on Saturday met with Hezbollah leader Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah.
More than 75 South African organizations have backed the campaign, which will take place in South Africa on March 10-16.
The Syrian army continues its offensive against foreign-backed militants across the country, making more advances in different areas.
An Egyptian appeals court has postponed until April 9 a request by lawyers to appoint new judges in two trials involving ousted Islamist president Mohammed Morsi, judicial sources said Monday.
U.N. chief Ban stressed Monday the urgency of relaunching the Syrian peace process, urging Damascus in particular to return to Geneva with a more "constructive position."
The body encouraged broad economic boycott of goods and services from Israel and Israeli settlements.
By issuing a pronouncement, The Union of Islamic World Students condemned the crimes against Muslims of the CAR.
Reaching out to Hispanics, American Muslims have been successfully organizing outreach programs in Spanish language to bring the Islamic faith closer to the Latino culture and traditions.
Zionist troops launched an air strike on the northern Gaza Strip.
More than 160 British academics have slammed the UK government for pressuring universities to check the immigration status of their students.
The Myanmar government says it has suspended the activity of a prominent aid group which provides help to impoverished Muslims in troubled Rakhine State, a report says.
The Syrian army is moving forward steadily in Aleppo and Homs, against foreign-backed militants operating in the country.
A senior Palestinian official has called on Israel to halt settlement activities and release Palestinian prisoners, if it wants to extend the so-called peace talks.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has expressed grief that his country was the victim of a war which served interests of the US and its Western allies.
PHOTO/ IRAN more allied than ever on the 35th anniversary of the Revolution/ Different cities of the Islamic Republic