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Iran senior cleric: Identity of Islamic Ummah dependent on unity

Iran senior cleric: Identity of Islamic Ummah dependent on unity

TEHRAN, August 15 - The issue of unity of the Islamic society is not a strategy nor is it a tactic, rather it is based on religious sources and identity of the Islamic Ummah, said the secretary general of World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought(WFPIST) on Tuesday.
Quranic circles held for Hajj Pilgrims in Medina

Quranic circles held for Hajj Pilgrims in Medina

TEHRAN, August 13 - Some 86000 Hajj pilgrims attended 245 Quranic circles held in the past few weeks at different halls of the Nabawi Mosque (The Prophet's Mosque) in the holy city of Medina.
Egyptian teacher translates Quran into sign language

Egyptian teacher translates Quran into sign language

TEHRAN, August 12 - An Egyptian teacher and entrepreneur has translated the Quran into Arabic sign language to help the hearing-impaired.
British PM urges former Foreign Secretary to apologize for comment about Muslim women

British PM urges former Foreign Secretary to apologize for comment about Muslim women

TEHRAN, August 8 - British Prime Minister Theresa May has backed calls for Boris Johnson to apologize for saying Muslim women in burkas look like "bank robbers".
No U.S. government involvement in Venezuela drone blast: Bolton

No U.S. government involvement in Venezuela drone blast: Bolton

TEHRAN, August 5 - The United States government had no involvement in Saturday’s drone blast at a military event where Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro was giving a speech, U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton said on Sunday.
Turkey’s cliff-side Mosque mesmerizes tourists

Turkey’s cliff-side Mosque mesmerizes tourists

TEHRAN, July 29 - The mosque is known as Kirklar, located between the regions of Bayburt and Trabzon, it attracts the faithful and nature lovers to experience the unique foggy, cloudy atmosphere.
Islamophobia making US Muslims ill

Islamophobia making US Muslims ill

TEHRAN, July 23 - A University of California-San Francisco researcher says that Islamophobia in the United States is literally a public health issue as it's making Muslims ill.
UK’s first access course in Islamic education launched at Warwick

UK’s first access course in Islamic education launched at Warwick

TEHRAN, July 18 - The UK’s first access course in Islamic education has been launched by the Centre for Education Studies at the University of Warwick.
India's BJP: No Hajj if Ram temple not built

India's BJP: No Hajj if Ram temple not built

TEHRAN, July 16 - A leader of Hindu extremist Bharatiya Janata Party has warned Indian Muslims that they would not be allowed to go on Hajj pilgrimage, if they create obstacles in the construction of Ram Temple on the site of Babri Masjid at Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh.
Saudi Arabia detains Islamic scholar as crackdown on dissent intensifies

Saudi Arabia detains Islamic scholar as crackdown on dissent intensifies

TEHRAN, July 15 - Saudi Arabia has taken into custody a prominent Muslim scholar as part of an ongoing campaign to silence dissidents in the kingdom.
Iran senior cleric: Identity of Islamic Ummah dependent on unity

Iran senior cleric: Identity of Islamic Ummah dependent on unity

TEHRAN, August 15 - The issue of unity of the Islamic society is not a strategy nor is it a tactic, rather it is based on religious sources and identity of the Islamic Ummah, said the secretary general of World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought(WFPIST) on Tuesday.
Quranic circles held for Hajj Pilgrims in Medina

Quranic circles held for Hajj Pilgrims in Medina

TEHRAN, August 13 - Some 86000 Hajj pilgrims attended 245 Quranic circles held in the past few weeks at different halls of the Nabawi Mosque (The Prophet's Mosque) in the holy city of Medina.
Egyptian teacher translates Quran into sign language

Egyptian teacher translates Quran into sign language

TEHRAN, August 12 - An Egyptian teacher and entrepreneur has translated the Quran into Arabic sign language to help the hearing-impaired.
British PM urges former Foreign Secretary to apologize for comment about Muslim women

British PM urges former Foreign Secretary to apologize for comment about Muslim women

TEHRAN, August 8 - British Prime Minister Theresa May has backed calls for Boris Johnson to apologize for saying Muslim women in burkas look like "bank robbers".
No U.S. government involvement in Venezuela drone blast: Bolton

No U.S. government involvement in Venezuela drone blast: Bolton

TEHRAN, August 5 - The United States government had no involvement in Saturday’s drone blast at a military event where Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro was giving a speech, U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton said on Sunday.
Turkey’s cliff-side Mosque mesmerizes tourists

Turkey’s cliff-side Mosque mesmerizes tourists

TEHRAN, July 29 - The mosque is known as Kirklar, located between the regions of Bayburt and Trabzon, it attracts the faithful and nature lovers to experience the unique foggy, cloudy atmosphere.
Islamophobia making US Muslims ill

Islamophobia making US Muslims ill

TEHRAN, July 23 - A University of California-San Francisco researcher says that Islamophobia in the United States is literally a public health issue as it's making Muslims ill.
UK’s first access course in Islamic education launched at Warwick

UK’s first access course in Islamic education launched at Warwick

TEHRAN, July 18 - The UK’s first access course in Islamic education has been launched by the Centre for Education Studies at the University of Warwick.
India's BJP: No Hajj if Ram temple not built

India's BJP: No Hajj if Ram temple not built

TEHRAN, July 16 - A leader of Hindu extremist Bharatiya Janata Party has warned Indian Muslims that they would not be allowed to go on Hajj pilgrimage, if they create obstacles in the construction of Ram Temple on the site of Babri Masjid at Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh.
Saudi Arabia detains Islamic scholar as crackdown on dissent intensifies

Saudi Arabia detains Islamic scholar as crackdown on dissent intensifies

TEHRAN, July 15 - Saudi Arabia has taken into custody a prominent Muslim scholar as part of an ongoing campaign to silence dissidents in the kingdom.