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Islamic calligraphy exhibition scheduled in India

Islamic calligraphy exhibition scheduled in India

TEHRAN, June 20 - An exhibition of Islamic calligraphy is planned to be held in different cities of India starting from late August.
American human rights seriously challenged in terms of theory, behavior: Ayat. Araki

American human rights seriously challenged in terms of theory, behavior: Ayat. Araki

TEHRAN, June 17 - Ayatollah Araki said, “The challenges that American human rights is facing is an advanced example of secular human rights in the world which is in serious trouble in three areas of theory, vocabulary and behavior.”
Conference in Quetta about ‘anthropology, today’s challenges’ in Islamic view

Conference in Quetta about ‘anthropology, today’s challenges’ in Islamic view

TEHRAN, June 15 - A seminar on “anthropology and today’s challenges” was organized on June 12 by Matla’ Al-Fajr Academy of Quetta, Pakistan.
Tawasheeh group from Iran’s central province holds programs in Myanmar

Tawasheeh group from Iran’s central province holds programs in Myanmar

TEHRAN, June 13 - An Iranian Tawasheeh (religious singing) group performed Tawasheeh programs in Myanmar.
Two old Kosovo Mosques to be restored

Two old Kosovo Mosques to be restored

TEHRAN, June 13 - The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) will restore two Ottoman mosques — Pristina Carshia Mosque and Gazi Mehmet Pasha's Mosque — in Kosovo.
US-backed militias start hiring kids in northeastern Syria

US-backed militias start hiring kids in northeastern Syria

TEHRAN, June 11 - The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have started forcing children to take part in organized crime and robbery in Raqqa city.
Hijab photo exhibition held in Afghanistan

Hijab photo exhibition held in Afghanistan

TEHRAN, June 11 - The city of Mazar-i-Sharif in north of Afghanistan a one-day exhibition of photos featuring Hijab and Ifaf (chastity).
Frenchman commits suicide at Mecca, holiest Muslim site

Frenchman commits suicide at Mecca, holiest Muslim site

TEHRAN, June 10 - A European-born man committed suicide at the Great Mosque at Mecca, in the proximity of the Kaaba, Islam’s holiest shrine.
Pope tells top oil executives world must convert to clean fuel

Pope tells top oil executives world must convert to clean fuel

TEHRAN, June 09 -Pope Francis, addressing top oil company executives, said on Saturday that the world must convert to clean energy and warned that climate change risked destroying humanity.
Quds Day rally held in Turkey's Istanbul

Quds Day rally held in Turkey's Istanbul

TEHRAN, June 09 - The Quds Day rally was held in Turkey's Istanbul in support of the oppressed Palestinian people.
Islamic calligraphy exhibition scheduled in India

Islamic calligraphy exhibition scheduled in India

TEHRAN, June 20 - An exhibition of Islamic calligraphy is planned to be held in different cities of India starting from late August.
American human rights seriously challenged in terms of theory, behavior: Ayat. Araki

American human rights seriously challenged in terms of theory, behavior: Ayat. Araki

TEHRAN, June 17 - Ayatollah Araki said, “The challenges that American human rights is facing is an advanced example of secular human rights in the world which is in serious trouble in three areas of theory, vocabulary and behavior.”
Conference in Quetta about ‘anthropology, today’s challenges’ in Islamic view

Conference in Quetta about ‘anthropology, today’s challenges’ in Islamic view

TEHRAN, June 15 - A seminar on “anthropology and today’s challenges” was organized on June 12 by Matla’ Al-Fajr Academy of Quetta, Pakistan.
Tawasheeh group from Iran’s central province holds programs in Myanmar

Tawasheeh group from Iran’s central province holds programs in Myanmar

TEHRAN, June 13 - An Iranian Tawasheeh (religious singing) group performed Tawasheeh programs in Myanmar.
Two old Kosovo Mosques to be restored

Two old Kosovo Mosques to be restored

TEHRAN, June 13 - The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) will restore two Ottoman mosques — Pristina Carshia Mosque and Gazi Mehmet Pasha's Mosque — in Kosovo.
US-backed militias start hiring kids in northeastern Syria

US-backed militias start hiring kids in northeastern Syria

TEHRAN, June 11 - The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have started forcing children to take part in organized crime and robbery in Raqqa city.
Hijab photo exhibition held in Afghanistan

Hijab photo exhibition held in Afghanistan

TEHRAN, June 11 - The city of Mazar-i-Sharif in north of Afghanistan a one-day exhibition of photos featuring Hijab and Ifaf (chastity).
Frenchman commits suicide at Mecca, holiest Muslim site

Frenchman commits suicide at Mecca, holiest Muslim site

TEHRAN, June 10 - A European-born man committed suicide at the Great Mosque at Mecca, in the proximity of the Kaaba, Islam’s holiest shrine.
Pope tells top oil executives world must convert to clean fuel

Pope tells top oil executives world must convert to clean fuel

TEHRAN, June 09 -Pope Francis, addressing top oil company executives, said on Saturday that the world must convert to clean energy and warned that climate change risked destroying humanity.
Quds Day rally held in Turkey's Istanbul

Quds Day rally held in Turkey's Istanbul

TEHRAN, June 09 - The Quds Day rally was held in Turkey's Istanbul in support of the oppressed Palestinian people.