Rights group criticizes Bahrain authorities over Sheikh Salman’s sentence

Human rights groups have strongly condemned Bahrain’s ruling Al Khalifah regime for upholding a nine-year prison sentence against distinguished Shia cleric and opposition leader Sheikh Ali Salman. “Today’s shocking verdict is another example of Bahrain’s flagrant disregard for the right to freedom of expression. Sheikh Ali Salman is a prisoner of conscience,” Deputy Director of Campaigns at Amnesty International’s Beirut ...

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Saudi Yemen aggression brings loss to Riyadh: Houthi

The leader of Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement says Saudi Arabia’s “heinous aggression” against Yemen will only bring “misery and loss” to the regime in Riyadh. In a televised speech on Sunday, Abdul-Malik Badreddin al-Houthi said the people of Yemen would stand firm despite Riyadh’s “threats and sanctions.” Houthi made the remarks in an address to Yemenis on the occasion of ...

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Iraqi Gov’t to rebuild Mosul under two-stage reconstruction plan

Iraqi authorities will carry out the restoration of Mosul under the two-stage plan, developed by the country’s planning ministry, as soon as the city is liberated from the ISIL terrorists, ministry’s spokesman Abdul Zahra Al-Hindawi said Tuesday. The ISIL terrorist group, outlawed in Russia and multiple other states, overran the northern Syrian city of Mosul in 2014 and declared a ...

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Security forces kill 70 militants, destroy several ISIS vehicles in Anbar, Qayyarah

Shiite Media (Shia News Portal) : Spokesperson of al-Hashd al-Ashaeri Ghassan al-Eithawy announced Monday that around 70 terrorists belong to ISIS were killed and 40 car bombs were destroyed in the ongoing operations to liberate the districts of Baghdadi, Heat and Haditha in Anbar province. “Great victories were achieved through the ongoing military operation in the axes of Ramadi and Heat islands,”Eithawy said. “70 terrorists belong ...

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11 September death anniversary Of Mohammad Ali Jinnah

QUAID-E-AZAM MUHAMMAD ALI JINNAH (RA) OUR GREAT LEADER & NATIONAL HERO Intro By Syed Salman Akbar Rizvi Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, is our national hero. His name will be remembered with great honor in the history of mankind. He fought’ sincerely and selflessly the battle of freedom for the Muslims and won in the long run. ...

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Takfiris confirm death of top commander in Syria strike

An air strike near Syria’s battleground second city Aleppo  killed the military leader of prominent Takfiri militant group and at least one other commander, Takfiri sources and a monitor said Thursday. The strike on a meeting of commanders of the so-called “Jaish al-Fateh” (Army of Conquest) alliance came hot on the heels of a major defeat for the insurgents, which ...

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Takfir against Muslims is the official policy of Saudi rulers : Hezbollah

Hujjat al-Islam Nabil Qawouq, the deputy chief of Hezbollah’s executive council, stated that Saudi Arabia is the main cause of the problems in Lebanon and said, “Saudi Arabia is responsible for the current presidential crisis in Lebanon and they want to chose the president in order to continue the crisis in the country.” The Lebanese cleric said the worst problem ...

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World knows Saudi Arabia is source of terrorism: Iran

The world has come to learn that Saudi Arabia and Wahhabism, the radical ideology freely preached in the Arab country, are to blame for the violent acts of extremism in the Middle East region and elsewhere, says an Iranian official. Speaking on Thursday, Bahram Qassemi, the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman, said Saudi Arabia’s attempts to cover up its role in ...

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Many Of British  joining ISIS terrorist group

ShiiteMedia (Shia News Portal) : The number of Britons who have left the country to join Daesh and similar extremist groups in the Middle East is on the rise, according to a new report. An estimated 850 Britons have gone to fight alongside Daesh or other terrorist groups in Syria and Iraq, according to The Guardian. In January, the British government ...

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