Friday Prayer leader of Sanandaj, Mamousta Abdorrahman Hossein Zadeh in an exclusive interview with Taqrib News Agency (TNA) put accentuation on the necessity of vigilance against the plots hatched by the enemies and their ideological opium which aim at the standing unity among Muslims.
“The enemies came to a full-scale war against Muslims while they are equipped with the weapons of dispersion and division,” said Sunni cleric.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has condemned Israel s ‘unacceptable’ airstrikes on the Gaza Strip, vowing to stand by the people of the beleaguered Palestinian territory.
The regime forces in Bahrain forcibly deprived citizens from attending weekly held Friday prayers in one of the most popular mosques in Bahrain.
Some 800,000 Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar are deprived of their citizenship rights which have made them vulnerable to acts of violence and persecution, expulsion and displacement.
Amnesty International (AI) has condemned the Bahraini regime for revoking the citizenship of 31 political activists, saying the authorities are rendering some of its own citizens stateless.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has revealed his government’s intentions to get more deeply involved with the civil war in Syria by supplying terrorists fighting the country’s popular government with heavy weaponry.
Myanmar’s opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has called on the government to deploy more troops to the western state of Rakhine, where Buddhists are persecuting the Rohingya Muslim minority.
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The main Syrian opposition bloc, known as the Syrian National Council (SNC), has yielded to US pressure and agreed to revamp its structure to accommodate 13 new groups.
Thousands of anti-Israeli protesters have gathered outside an Istanbul court, where four Israeli ex-military chiefs are being tried in absentia over a deadly raid on a Gaza-bound Turkish ship in 2010.
The Head of Hizbullah s Executive Council, His Eminence Sayyed Hashem Safieddine stressed Sunday: ""Israel s" screams are not evidence of its strength but of its continuous search for an exit of its quagmire."
A large number of Bahrainis have staged anti-regime demonstrations in several towns and villages in the Persian Gulf kingdom to mourn the death of a female protester.