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The picture taken on May 14, 2015 shows Rohingya migrants on a boat drifting in Thai waters off the southern island of Koh Lipe.

Malaysia PM orders navy to rescue migrant boats

Islam Times - The Malaysian prime minister has ordered the navy and coastguard to conduct search and rescue operations for boats carrying Myanmar’s persecuted Rohingya Muslims.

Governor of Japan’s Okinawa Takeshi Onaga speaks at a press conference in Tokyo, May 20, 2015.

Okinawa governor vows to continue fight against US base construction

Islam Times - The governor of Okinawa in Japan has pledged to continue his fight against the construction of a new US airbase on the southern Japanese island, saying he is ready to take his case to Washington.

Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha

Thailand approves referendum on new constitution

Islam Times - Thailand’s military government has approved the holding of a referendum on the country’s newly drafted constitution, thereby delaying general elections.

The late Indonesian Ambassador to Pakistan Burhan Muhammad

Indonesian ambassador injured in Pakistan chopper crash dies

Islam Times - The Indonesian ambassador to Islamabad, who was severely injured in a recent helicopter crash in northern Pakistan, has died.

 
The words “Royal Saudi Air Force” are visible on the body of a fighter jet that has crashed in Yemen.

Saudi fighter jet shot down in northwestern Yemen

Islam Times - Yemeni air defense forces have shot down a Saudi fighter jet in the northwestern province of Sana’a in Yemen as it was conducting airstrikes against the country.

A classified Saudi Foreign Ministry document reportedly released by hackers and published on May 23, 2015

Riyadh confirms hacking of Foreign Ministry servers

Islam Times - Riyadh has confirmed the internal Internet network belonging to the Saudi Foreign Ministry has come under a cyber-attack.

Wahhabis Go Nuclear — Literally

Wahhabis Go Nuclear — Literally

Islam Times - The serious possibility of a nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 is only a few weeks away – on June 30.

A Saudi man reacts following a bomb attack against Imam Ali Mosque in the Qatif region in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province, May 22, 2015.

Saudi Shia mosque bombing draws worldwide condemnations

Islam Times - World states have strongly condemned the recent bomb attack at a Shia mosque in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province, which claimed the lives of more than twenty people and left several more injured.

 
Hezbollah may mobilize public against Takfiris: Nasrallah

Hezbollah may mobilize public against Takfiris: Nasrallah

Islam Times - Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah has slammed Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia for forming an anti-resistance alliance, saying he may declare a popular mobilization against the Takfiris in Syria.

A picture taken on January 29, 2015 shows a damaged watch tower at a UNIFEL post in the southern Lebanese village of Abbassiyeh near the Lebanese border.

Lebanon’s speaker sues Israel for killing UN peacekeeper

Islam Times - Lebanon’s parliament has filed a complaint with the country’s judiciary against the Israeli regime for killing a Spanish national with the UN peacekeeping force during Israel's shelling of the Lebanese border area in January.

A handout picture released by the Hezbollah press office on May 13, 2015, shows a Hezbollah fighter erecting the flag of the party on the Tallit Moussa area on the Syrian side of the Qalamoun hills close to the Lebanese borders.

Hezbollah, Syria push to purge terrorists from Jord Flita

Islam Times - Fighters from the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah, backed by Syrian armed forces, are tightening the noose on militants in the border region of Qalamoun, pressing to recapture Jord Flita, the last major position still under the control of the al-Nusra Front terrorist ...

Lebanon marks 67th anniversary of Palestinian Nakba Day

Lebanon marks 67th anniversary of Palestinian Nakba Day

Islam Times - Hundreds of religious scholars have gathered in the Lebanese capital of Beirut to mark the 67th anniversary of the Nakba Day (the Day of Catastrophe), when Israeli forces displaced hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their land in 1948.

 
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei addresses a commencement ceremony for graduates of Imam Hossein Military Academy in Tehran on May 20, 2015.

Iran allows no foreign inspection of military sites: Leader

Islam Times - Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says Iran will not allow any inspections by foreigners of its military sites.

Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari, the commander of Iran’s Navy

Iran to further expand naval presence in high seas: Navy commander

Islam Times - Iran’s Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari says the Islamic Republic will expand its naval presence in international waters.

Senior Iranian official Ali Akbar Velayati

Muslims must fully counter Zionist enemy: Iran official

Islam Times - A senior adviser to Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, says Muslim nations should put up an all-out fight against the Zionist enemy and prevent any discord.

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Iran summons Bahrain envoy over FM improper remarks

Islam Times - Iran has summoned the Bahraini charge d’affaires in Tehran and handed him a strong note of protest against the recent inappropriate comments by the foreign minister of the Persian Gulf kingdom.

 
Iraqi soldiers hold a post as they fire towards ISIL positions in the Garma district of Anbar province west of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, on May 19, 2015.

Iraqi army pushing to retake Ramadi from ISIL

Islam Times - Iraqi armed forces have retaken a police station in a western town in the country’s Anbar Province from Takfiri ISIL militants after they started a military operation to liberate the provincial capital, Ramadi.

Iraqi volunteer forces brandish their weapons near the village of Nukhayb in the embattled province of Anbar on May 19, 2015.

Iraqi forces liberate Khalidiya in Anbar province

Islam Times - Iraqi army forces have managed to bring under their control the city of Khalidiya in the western province of Anbar.

An Iraqi Shia fighter from the Popular Mobilization units holds a position north of al-Karma village, near the city of Fallujah, April 14, 2015.

Iraqi forces to launch operation in Ramadi

Islam Times - An Iraqi official says army forces, backed by volunteers, are set to launch an operation in the near future to retake the central city of Ramadi, the provincial capital of Anbar, from the ISIL Takfiri terrorists.

The Pentagon is sending 1,000 ant-tank missiles to Iraq to strengthen its forces against terrorist attacks, a top US official says.

Pentagon sending 1,000 anti-tank missiles to Iraq

Islam Times - The Pentagon is sending 1,000 ant-tank missiles to Iraq to strengthen its forces against terrorist attacks, a top US official says.

 
A locally made shell is launched by rebel fighters towards forces loyal to Syria

Turkish intelligence helped ship arms to Syrian Islamist rebel areas

Islam Times - Turkey's state intelligence agency helped deliver arms to parts of Syria under Islamist rebel control during late 2013 and early 2014, according to a prosecutor and court testimony from gendarmerie officers seen by Reuters.

A group of PKK members

Turkish army says PKK abducted two people

Islam Times - Turkey’s armed forces have proclaimed that the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) has abducted two people, including a soldier, in the country’s east.

Turkey says shot down Syrian helicopter

Turkey says shot down Syrian helicopter

Islam Times - Turkey has shot down a Syrian helicopter ‘for violating its airspace,’ Turkish officials claim.

ISIL militants (Rear) stand atop a hill in the Syrian town of Ain al-Arab, known as Kobani by the Kurds, as seen from the Turkish-Syrian border, with Turkish troops in foreground.

Turkey arrests soldiers over Syria-bound arms interception

Islam Times - Turkey has detained eight serving members of the Army in connection with last year's interception of an alleged arms convoy destined to Syria.

 
In this file photo, Pakistan Air Force F-7 fighter jets fly in formation during the Pakistan National Day parade.

13 militants killed in Pakistani army airstrikes

Islam Times - At least thirteen pro-Taliban militants were killed when the Pakistani air force military aircraft carried out operations in a troubled northwestern tribal region near the border with Afghanistan.

43 Pakistanis Killed in a Bus Attack in Karachi

43 Pakistanis Killed in a Bus Attack in Karachi

Islam Times - At least 43 people were killed and 13 wounded when gunmen opened fire on their bus in Karachi Wednesday, Pakistani police said, in the second deadliest attack on the minority sect this year.

Pakistani premier in Afghanistan to hold talks on Taliban

Pakistani premier in Afghanistan to hold talks on Taliban

Islam Times - Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has arrived in Afghanistan to hold talks on ways to reinforce cooperation between the two neighbors in the battle against Taliban militants on both sides of the border.

Pakistani Chopper Crashes into School, 2 Ambassadors Killed

Pakistani Chopper Crashes into School, 2 Ambassadors Killed

Islam Times - Two ambassadors, and the wives of two other ambassadors, were among six people killed when a helicopter crashed Friday into a school in northern Pakistan.

 
Afghan forces kill 44 Taliban militants in mop-up operations

Afghan forces kill 44 Taliban militants in mop-up operations

Islam Times - Afghan army forces have killed 44 militants and wounded over six dozen others during clean-up operations across the country.

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (L) and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani speak during a press conference at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, May 12, 2015.

Afghanistan, Pakistan sign MoU to fight Taliban militants

Islam Times - The intelligence services of Afghanistan and Pakistan, which are beset by Taliban militancy and acts of terrorism, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to coordinate fighting the militants.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg delivers a speech at a meeting of NATO foreign ministers in the southwestern Turkish city of Antalya, May 13, 2015.

NATO to continue presence in Afghanistan beyond 2016

Islam Times - The secretary general of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) says the Western military alliance will keep some troops in Afghanistan even after its current mission ends in 2016.

An Afghan security officer stands at the site of an attack in the capital of Kabul, April, 10, 2015.

28 Taliban militants killed in fighting with Afghan forces

Islam Times - Afghan security forces have killed at least 28 Taliban militants, including a senior commander, in the northern Kunduz province, an official says.

 
Yemeni delegation of Popular Committees, Houthis arrives in Muscat

Yemeni delegation of Popular Committees, Houthis arrives in Muscat

Islam Times - A Yemeni delegation consisting of members of the Popular Committees and the Houthi Ansarullah movement has arrived in neighboring Oman to examine with the government in Muscat possible ways to resolve the conflict in the impoverished Arab country.

Smoke billows following a Saudi airstrike on an area east of the Yemeni capital, Sana’a, on May 22, 2015.

Saudi warplanes pound fresh areas across Yemen

Islam Times - Saudi military aircraft have conducted a fresh round of airborne attacks against several areas across Yemen as Riyadh presses ahead with an atrocious military campaign against its impoverished southern neighbor.

Yemeni protesters shout slogans during a gathering to condemn US drone attacks in the capital, Sana’a, April 24, 2014.

Yemeni victims to sue Berlin over US drone attacks

Islam Times - Victims of US drone strikes in Yemen will challenge what they call Germany’s complicity in the deadly attacks at a court next week.

Saudi military vehicles patrol the Saudi-Yemeni border in Saudi Arabia

'Ansarullah takes control of At-Tuwal heights in Saudi Arabia'

Islam Times - Yemen’s Ansarullah fighters have taken control of At-Tuwal heights in the Jizan region of southwestern Saudi Arabia, a report says.

 
A picture taken on November 16, 2014 shows workers at a construction site in Doha.

FIFA slammed over migrant workers abuse in Qatar

Islam Times - A prominent campaigning group has criticized soccer's international governing body FIFA for its inaction over the plight of migrant construction workers in Qatar who are busy preparing venues for the 2022 World Cup in the Persian Gulf state.

US Security Guard Hurt in Qatar Embassy Attack

US Security Guard Hurt in Qatar Embassy Attack

Islam Times - The American embassy in the Gulf state of Qatar has confirmed in a statement on its website that a member of its security staff was injured in an assault.

A man whips up a crowd which included migrant workers from Africa and Asia who said they were paid to be there, at the Qatar Open of international beach volleyball at the Al Gharafa Sports Club in Doha, Qatar, on November 8, 2014.

Qatar pays migrant workers to make sport arenas look full

Islam Times - Qatar has been accused of paying migrant workers to attend sport events in the country in an attempt to make empty arenas look full.

Syria militants trained on Qatari soil

Syria militants trained on Qatari soil

Islam Times - According to a new report, militants fighting against the government of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria are being covertly trained on the Qatari soil with the help of the United States.

 
Jordanian Interior Minister Hussein al-Majali

Jordanian interior minister resigns over police crackdown

Islam Times - Jordanian Interior Minister Hussein al-Majali has resigned following criticism of a fierce police crackdown in the southern tribal city of Maan, the scene of regular turmoil.

A member of the special operations forces takes part in the 2014

Jordan hosts war games for troops from 18 countries

Islam Times - Thousands of soldiers from 18 countries took part Tuesday in military drills in Jordan jointly overseen by the US army, officials said.

Tensions brew in Jordan over Muslim Brotherhood rift

Tensions brew in Jordan over Muslim Brotherhood rift

Islam Times - Jordan's authorization of a breakaway wing of the Muslim Brotherhood has sent tensions soaring between the decades-old organization and the government, accused of exploiting the rift to weaken the kingdom's main opposition force.

Muslim Brotherhood of Jordan Appoints Leader

Muslim Brotherhood of Jordan Appoints Leader

Islam Times - Expelled members of Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood on Friday announced the appointment of Abdel-Maguid Zunaibat as the group's new general guide following the legalization of the group's status.

 
The littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth

US, Chinese warships encounter in South China Sea

Islam Times - An American warship and a Chinese military vessel had an encounter in the South China Sea after the Pentagon announced its decision to monitor the region.

Russian Black Sea Fleet flagship, Moskva, leaving the port of Sevastopol for the joint Russia-China exercises in the Mediterranean.

Russia, China kick off Mediterranean naval war games

Islam Times - Russia and China have kicked off joint war games under the name of “Sea Cooperation – 2015” in the Mediterranean Sea, Russian Defense Ministry says.

India, China signs deals worth $22bn

India, China signs deals worth $22bn

Islam Times - India and China on Saturday signed over two dozen agreements worth a total of around $22 billion.

Hua Chunying, spokeswoman of China’s Foreign Ministry

China ‘severely concerned’ about remarks by US officials on territorial waters

Islam Times - China has expressed concern over a plan by the United States to bolster its military presence in the disputed waters of the South China Sea in a move the Pentagon has described as ‘demonstrating freedom of navigation.’

 
A screen of the Hobart Airport website after it was hacked

ISIL hackers post message on Australian airport website

Islam Times - An Australian airport website has been hacked by a group claimed to be affiliated with the ISIL terrorists and defaced with a statement in support of the Takfiri group.

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott (L) and his New Zealand counterpart John Key speak in Auckland on February 27, 2015.

Australia, New Zealand poised for joint mission in Iraq

Islam Times - Australia is weighing a plan to join New Zealand in a training mission in Iraq to help fight against the ISIL Takfiri militants in the war-torn country, Prime Minister Tony Abbott says.

Australian PM Outlines Crackdown on Terrorism

Australian PM Outlines Crackdown on Terrorism

Islam Times - Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Monday that his government would seek to revoke the citizenship or curb the rights of Australians involved in terrorism and tighten immigration, visa and hate speech laws in a crackdown on terrorism.

Australians Mourn Hostages Killed in Siege

Australians Mourn Hostages Killed in Siege

Islam Times - Sydneysiders laid flowers Tuesday at the scene of a deadly siege, in an outpouring of grief and shock that this could happen in their city.

 
 
People take part in a demonstration against the death sentence given to Egypt’s ousted President Mohamed Morsi in the town of Kafr Kanna, in the northern occupied territories, May 23, 2015.

Protest held in Palestine to slam death penalty against Egypt’s Morsi

Islam Times - People have held a demonstration in northern occupied Palestinian territories to condemn the death penalty ...

US Secretary of State John Kerry (left) shakes hands with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at his office in Israel.

Israel thanks US for blocking UN nuclear disarmament move

Islam Times - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has thanked the United States for blocking a UN measure that could ...

Israel racism, indiscriminate killings

Israel racism, indiscriminate killings

Islam Times - A report by an Israeli non-governmental organization (NGO) known as ‘Breaking the Silence’ says 60 Israeli ...

Abbas: We are still hoping for a two-state solution

Abbas: We are still hoping for a two-state solution

Islam Times - President Mahmoud Abbas on Friday said that he hopes the international community will remain committed to ...

An Egyptian army soldier

Egyptian soldier killed by ISIL-affiliated militants

Islam Times - An injured Egyptian soldier has been kidnapped from an ambulance and later killed by ISIL-affiliated militants ...

An Egyptian woman is taken by security forces during a protest in the capital Cairo.

Egyptian forces use sex abuse to stymie protesters: Rights group

Islam Times - An international human rights group has accused Egyptian security forces of using sexual violence on a massive ...

Egyptian army forces patrol a street in the North Sinai border town of Rafah on November 4, 2014.

Egyptian soldiers kill 11 militants in Sinai Peninsula

Islam Times - Units of Egyptian ground forces, backed by the air force, have carried out separate operations in the violence-...

EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini

EU censures death sentence for Egypt’s Morsi

Islam Times - The European Union has denounced the death sentence handed down to Egypt’s ousted president Mohamed Morsi,...

 
 
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A placard and two electoral posters are pictured at a polling station in the Cazanchise area of Addis Ababa, May 23 , 2015, ahead the 5th Ethiopian general elections.

Millions of Ethiopians go to polls in general elections

Islam Times - Millions of people begin casting their votes in the general elections in Ethiopia, with the ruling party being expected to keep an overwhelming majority.

Zedi Feruzi, the head of Burundian opposition party UPD

Burundian opposition leader killed

Islam Times - The leader of a Burundian opposition party has reportedly been killed by unknown assailants in the capital Bujumbura.

Hundreds of Sudanese are seen demonstrating against the death sentence handed down to Egypt’s former President Mohamed Morsi outside the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) office in Khartoum on May 22, 2015.

Sudanese protest against death sentence for Egypt's Morsi

Islam Times - Hundreds of Sudanese have rallied outside the office of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in the capital, Khartoum, to denounce a death sentence handed down to Egypt’s ousted President Mohamed Morsi.

Former Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe

Former Haiti PM to run for president

Islam Times - Haiti’s former Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe has announced his plans to run for president in the country’s upcoming presidential election.

 
International Criminal Court Chief (ICC) Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda

Int’l Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate ISIL-linked crimes in Libya

Islam Times - The International Criminal Court (ICC) says it will open an investigation into the crimes committed by the militants affiliated with Takfiri ISIL terrorists in Libya.

United Nations Special Representative and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, Bernardino Leon

Libya parties urge halt to military operations

Islam Times - A UN-brokered meeting among representatives of six Libyan parties has yielded a declaration calling for the cessation of military operations in the violence-wrecked country.

UN puts on hold Libyan request for arms delivery: Diplomats

UN puts on hold Libyan request for arms delivery: Diplomats

Islam Times - The United Nations has delayed the approval of a Libyan request for the purchase of weapons to fight ISIL Takfiri militants, diplomats say.

Libyan Ambassador to the UN Ibrahim Dabbashi

Libya repeats plea at UNSC over arms embargo

Islam Times - Libya has once again urged the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to grant an exemption in an arms embargo on the North African country and allow military purchases needed to fight Takfiri ISIL militants.

 
Fighters from Libya Dawn faction take position in an area near Tripoli, Libya, March 5, 2015.

Tunisia to negotiate release of citizens taken hostage in Libya

Islam Times - Tunisia says it would negotiate for the release of more than 170 of its nationals taken hostage by a militia in Libya.

Members of Tunisian special forces stand guard outside Tunis-Carthage International airport in Tunis on March 21, 2015.

Security forces kill nine militants in Tunisia

Islam Times - Tunisia says its military forces have killed at least militants during an operation in the west-central part of the country.

Islamic State fighters have made late Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi

More than 7,000 Tunisians said to have joined ISIS

Islam Times - A growing number of Tunisians who’ve joined the ranks of the Islamic State, including 4,000 believed fighting in Libya and another 3,000 fighting with the group in Syria and Iraq, pose a threat to their home country and as many as 15 nations in sub-Saharan and North ...

17 Tourists Dead in Tunis Museum Attack: PM

17 Tourists Dead in Tunis Museum Attack: PM

Islam Times - Seventeen tourists from Poland, Italy, Germany and Spain were killed as gunmen attacked a museum in the Tunisian capital on Wednesday, Prime Minister Habib Essid said.

 
 
 
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