TEHRAN, Sept 10 - Re-imposing curfew in several parts of Kashmir, including the capital Srinagar, Indian forces attacked on people mourning for Imam Hussein (AS).
Nigerians hold Muharram mourning ceremonies despite the government’s vast restrictions.
TEHRAN, August 21 - UK authorities have been accused of ‘structural Islamophobia’ for using controversial counter-terrorism methods at ports and airports, despite the minuscule rate of resultant convictions.
TEHRAN, August 21 - Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh, who have fled ethnic cleansing in neighboring Myanmar, say they fear torture and violence back home and would rather die than be repatriated.
TEHRAN, August 21 -Muslims are being detained at ports and airports for up to six hours by law enforcement in the UK using controversial counter-terrorism powers so disproportionately that the practice has become Islamophobic, according to human rights group Cage.
TEHRAN, August 19 - A resident in Canterbury, New Zealand’s South Island, felt called to Islam and converted to become Muslim after the Christchurch mosque attacks.
TEHRAN, August 18 - Iran’s Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization will next week start the process of registration for those willing to take part in the Arabeen pilgrimage this year.
TEHRAN, August 17 - The Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) said top Muslim cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky has been transferred to an unknown location upon his return from India.
TEHRAN, August 17 - Hezbollah Secretary General Sayed Hassan Nasrallah said the Israeli military’s 33-day war on Lebanon in 2006 was aimed at creation of a new Middle East region, where the Tel Aviv regime would have performed the leading role.
TEHRAN, August 16 - The Iranian Cultural Attaché in Iraq said the motto and special color of this year’s Arbaeen pilgrimage have been announced.