- Head of the Biggest Terrorist group in East of Iran Arrested + 3rd Update + PICs of arresting
Iran’s Intelligence Ministry announced on Tuesday that Abdolmalek Rigi, head of Jundollah terrorist band was arrested eastern country in an operation by the Ministry’s forces. you can see the photos of this gang leader at the time of arresting.
- UNICEF: 187 children killed in Yemen war
The report issued on Monday mainly placed the blame for the children’s deaths on government-backed militias fighting the Shia Houthis in northern Yemen.
- ChupTazia procession’ ends at Iranian Imam Bargah Karachi
The main mourning procession Chuptazia (Quiet Procession) was ended in Hussaini Iranian Imam Bargah in Karachi on Tuesday morning, Shiite News reported.
- Indian Muslim leaders condemn brutal killing of Sikhs by Taliban
Indian Muslim leaders strongly condemned the brutal beheading of two innocent Sikhs by the Talibans in Pakistan.
- Milad Al Nabi on Friday
ABU DHABI — Humaid Mohammed Obaid Al Qattami, Minister of Education and Chairman of Board of Directors of the Federal Authority for Human Resources, on Tuesday issued a circular to all Federal Ministries and institutions on the occasion of Milad Al Nabi, the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), which falls on Friday.
- Pakistani militant group easily evades ban
LAHORE, Pakistan — Long-haired jihadis toting automatic weapons patrolled a mosque last week as the cleric who heads the militant network blamed for the Mumbai attacks preached inside. The group’s supporters collected funds in the courtyard and later marched through this eastern Pakistani city, calling for the death of those who insult Islam.
- Wearing burqa not an integral part of Islam: Election Commission
NEW DELHI: The Election Commission on Monday informed the Supreme Court that wearing a burqa by a Muslim woman was a mere religious custom, and not an integral part of Islam.
- UK: Muslim Aid to visit Haiti to aid reconstruction effort
A team from Muslim Aid, one of the UK�s leading international development charities, will be arriving in Haiti on the 25th February as part of efforts to share expertise in providing temporary housing for some of the thousands of families that have lost their homes.
- Muslim Central Committee demands CBI inquiry
Mangalore, : The Muslim Central Committee (MCC) of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi district today held a protest in front of the Deputy Commissioner’s office here demanding CBI inquiry into the suspicious death of Sunny scholar and Mangalore Kazi C M Abdulla Musliayar whose body was found on the sea shore near Chembaraka in Kasargod in Kerala on Monday last.
- Banks Under Pressure Despite Recovery Signs
ABU DHABI — The financial standing of GCC banks as a group remains under pressure despite recent signs of recovery in their respective national economies, says Standard and Poor’s (S&P) Industry Report Card.