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Israeli soldiers detain a Palestinian boy during clashes at a protest rally in the West Bank city of al-Khalil (Hebron), December 15, 2017. (Photo by AP)

Israel has issued 50,000 administrative detention orders against Palestinians

Islam Times - The Palestinian Committee of Prisoners’ Affairs says Israel has issued some 50,000 orders for the so-called ...

Israeli Regime Forces Rejoice as Sniper Hits Palestinian Protester

Israeli Regime Forces Rejoice as Sniper Hits Palestinian Protester

Islam Times - Israeli regime snipers have shot an unarmed Palestinian in the besieged Gaza Strip and cheered after he was ...

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Israeli sniper who shot unarmed Palestinian deserves medal: Lieberman

Islam Times - Israel's minister of military affairs Avigdor Lieberman has praised an Israeli sniper who has been filmed ...

Israeli soldiers cheer as sniper shoots unarmed Palestinian near Gaza border

Israeli soldiers cheer as sniper shoots unarmed Palestinian near Gaza border

Islam Times - A video has circulated online shot by Israeli soldiers as one of them, a sniper, targets an unarmed Palestinian ...

The file photo shows Mohammed Badie, a prominent leader of Egypt

Egypt upholds life sentence against Brotherhood leader Badie

Islam Times - The Court of Cassation in Egypt has upheld a life sentence given to the Muslim Brotherhood’s spiritual leader ...

El-Sisi Wins Egyptian Presidential Poll by 97%, Serious Competitors Barred

El-Sisi Wins Egyptian Presidential Poll by 97%, Serious Competitors Barred

Islam Times - Egypt's president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has won a second term with 97% of the vote and 41% of voter turnout ...

War of Railway Projects: Will Suez Canal Lose Its Transit Position?

War of Railway Projects: Will Suez Canal Lose Its Transit Position?

Islam Times - Egyptian Minister of Transport Hesham Arafat has said that his country intends to link the Port of Al Alamein ...

The handout picture provided by Egypt’s Defense Ministry on February 27, 2018 shows army and police vehicles in the city of Arish in the troubled northern part of the Sinai Peninsula during a major assault against militants. (Via Reuters)

Fresh Sinai clashes kill 16 militants, 2 Egyptian soldiers

Islam Times - Fresh clashes in in Egypt’s restive Sinai Peninsula have left 16 militants and two army forces dead.

 
 
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Armenian opposition supporters scatter during clashes with police at a rally in central Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, on April 16, 2018. (Photo by AFP)

Armenians rally en masse after ex-president elected PM

Islam Times - Tens of thousands of people in Armenia have taken to the streets in the capital, Yerevan, to protest the election by the parliament of former president Serzh Sargsyan as prime minister.

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina visits a Rohingya refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, near Myanmar’s border. (File photo)

Bangladesh calls for pressure on Myanmar to take back Rohingya refugees

Islam Times - Bangladesh has urged the international community to put more pressure on Myanmar’s government so that it takes back the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees who have fled to Bangladesh to save their lives amid deadly government-sponsored violence in Myanmar....

This combo of file photos shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (L) and South Korean President Moon Jae-in (via AFP)

South Korean officials may visit North ahead of summit

Islam Times - South Korea says senior officials from the country may visit North Korea ahead of a summit between the South’s President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un if more high-level talks are deemed necessary.

A view of Bosaso International Airport in Somalia’s semi-autonomous region of Puntland (file photo)

Airport standoff escalates tensions between UAE, Somalia

Islam Times - Recent tensions have escalated between the United Arab Emirates and Somalia over Emirati relations with a breakaway Somali region, with a flight carrying Emirati military trainers held for hours at an airport in Somalia.

 
Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir attends the 16th Advisory Board meeting of the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre (UNCCT) in Riyadh on April 17, 2018. (AFP photo)

Saudi Arabia open to sending troops into Syria: FM

Islam Times - Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir has announced that the regime in Riyadh would be ready to send troops into Syria as part of a potential wider deployment led by the United States.

File photo of Ugandan forces

Saudi, UAE recruiting 1000s of African mercenaries

Islam Times - Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are reportedly recruiting thousands of African mercenaries to serve in their military adventurism overseas, including the bloody war on Yemen.

Saudi Crown Prince Buying His Way to Throne out of War Crimes

Saudi Crown Prince Buying His Way to Throne out of War Crimes

Islam Times - Saudi Arabia's crown prince has visited Paris amid public outrage over France's arms sales to the kingdom. The trip came after Mohammedbin Salman’s weeks-long tour of the United States, Britain and Egypt, where he courted business leaders and clinched a host of multi-...

The Saudi-Israeli Liaison

The Saudi-Israeli Liaison

Islam Times - In a 2 April 2018 interview in the Atlantic, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman publicly declared that the Israelis “have a right to live in their own land just like the Palestinians.” It is a problematic assumption, given that the Israelis’ “own land” ...

 
Hezbollah Deputy Secretary-General, Sheikh Naim Qassem

Hezbollah: Israel won’t be allowed to set rules of conflict in Syria

Islam Times - Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement says the Israeli regime seeks to portray itself as the party calling the shots in the Syria crisis by launching hit-and-run attacks against the Arab country, but it will not be allowed to do so.

Secretary General of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, addresses his supporters via a televised speech from the Lebanese capital city of Beirut on April 15, 2018.

US could not attain any goals from missile strikes on Syria: Nasrallah

Islam Times - The secretary general of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement says the United States and its allies, Britain and France, could not achieve any goals from the recent missile strikes on conflict-ridden Syria.

Lebanon to file complaint with UN against Israeli violations of airspace

Lebanon to file complaint with UN against Israeli violations of airspace

Islam Times - Lebanon’s Foreign Ministry has strongly denounced recent Israeli violations of Lebanon’s airspace to launch airstrikes in Syria, saying Beirut intends to lodge a formal complaint with the United Nations Security Council.

Lebanon’s Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah is seen on a video screen during an address in Beirut, February 16, 2018.

Nasrallah: US offered Hezbollah money to cede resistance

Islam Times - Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah says the US offered money to Hezbollah to forgo resistance following the failure of several attempts to destroy the resistance movement.

 
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei meets with Intelligence Ministry staff in Tehran on April 18, 2018. (Photo by leader.ir)

Enemy intel services have failed to inflict any harm on Iran: Leader

Islam Times - Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says enemies have waged a large-scale intelligence war against Iran, but that foreign spy agencies have failed in their attempts to inflict any harm on the country.

Yemenis check the damage in the aftermath of a Saudi airstrike in the Yemeni capital, Sana

Iran rejects ‘baseless’ UK, US accusations on Yemen missiles

Islam Times - Iran has firmly rejected fresh US and British allegations of Tehran sending missiles to Yemen, saying the two are seeking to whitewash their “shameful” complicity in the crisis gripping the war-torn country by leveling “false” charges against others.

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Iran’s defense chief in Iraq to discuss ties, Syria strikes

Islam Times - Iran’s defense minister is in Iraq to exchange views with the country’s senior officials on bilateral security cooperation as well as the most recent regional developments, especially the Syria situation.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif

Exiting JCPOA will evoke unpleasant reaction for US: Zarif

Islam Times - Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said that Tehran's reaction will be unpleasant for the US if it decides to ditch the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA.)

 
This file photo shows the aftermath of a bombing near the central Iraqi city of Hit.

Female candidate injured as bomb hits party HQ in Iraq

Islam Times - A bomber has detonated his explosives near a political party’s headquarters in the central Iraqi city of Hit, killing three people.

Iraqi President Fuad Masum

No decision to host permanent US military bases: Iraqi president

Islam Times - President Fuad Masum says no decision has been made for Iraq to host permanent American military bases, stressing that Baghdad will not allow for the country to turn into a launch pad for any military aggression against neighboring Iran.

Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF)

Baghdad Refutes UAE Allegations of Qatar Funding Iraqi Popular Forces

Islam Times - Iraq refuted remarks by a United Arab Emirates (UAE) official who claimed the country's Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) have received funds from Qatar.

Iraqi forces in an anti-terrorist operation

Iraqi Forces Nab Top ISIS Ringleader Near Mosul

Islam Times - The Iraqi military intelligence has announced the arrest of ISIS terrorist group's commander in Nineveh police in an operation, north of Mosul.

 
Turkish soldiers stand guard at the entrance to the Aliaga court and prison complex, during the trial of US pastor Andrew Brunson, held on charges of aiding terror groups, in Aliaga, north of Izmir, Turkey, on April 16, 2018. (Photo by AFP)

Turkish court rules to keep US pastor in jail

Islam Times - A court in Turkey has ruled to keep an American Protestant cleric in custody during his trial over charges of support for terrorist groups, citing concerns that he is a flight risk.

Turkey Knows Pullout from Afrin a Must

Turkey Knows Pullout from Afrin a Must

Islam Times - Turkish offensive on the city of Afrin in northwest Syria in late January should be regarded as symbolizing Ankara’s foreign policy in dealing with various regional cases.

Afghanistan New Focus of Turkey’s Expansionism

Afghanistan New Focus of Turkey’s Expansionism

Islam Times - Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim visited Afghanistan on Sunday, marking the continuation of his country’s active foreign policy which has begun last year.

Turkish Defense Minister Nurettin Canikli

Turkey: France's buildup in Syria will amount to ‘invasion’

Islam Times - Turkey which has deployed troops to northern Syria says if France steps up its military presence in the Arab country, it will amount to an “invasion.”

 
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani (L) and Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi (R)

Pakistan, Afghanistan Resolve to Pursue Mutual Peace

Islam Times - Pakistan and Afghanistan resolved to operationalize the working groups under Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (APAPPS), the Foreign Office of Pakistan has said.

Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani (L) and Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi inspect the honor guard at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, April 6, 2018. (Photo by Reuters)

Pakistani PM travels to Afghanistan amid tensions

Islam Times - Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has traveled to Afghanistan on a visit to that comes shortly after Afghanistan accused Pakistan of having conducted cross-border airstrikes.

Pakistan Doing Bare Minimum to Clamp down Terrorists: US

Pakistan Doing Bare Minimum to Clamp down Terrorists: US

Islam Times - The US has once again blamed Pakistan for failing to take required measures to squeeze the Taliban and Haqqani network terror groups.

Bomb attack kills 9 near Pakistan

Bomb attack kills 9 near Pakistan's Lahore

Islam Times - At least nine people have been killed and over 20 others injured in a bomb blast that ripped through a police checkpoint on the outskirts of the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore.

 
Year after US MOAB Strike, ISIS Growing Fast in Afghanistan

Year after US MOAB Strike, ISIS Growing Fast in Afghanistan

Islam Times - It was in mid-April last year that US defense ministry stated it dropped the biggest non-nuclear bomb in Afghanistan. Known as the Mother of All Bombs, or MOAB, the huge bomb allegedly targeted the caves where ISIS militants were hiding in Achin District of Nangarhar ...

A member of Afghan armed forces is seen at a government checkpoint (file photo)

Ten Afghan security forces killed in militant attack

Islam Times - Militants have attacked a government checkpoint in western Afghanistan, killing at least 10 security forces.

Taliban and other militants stand handcuffed while being presented to the media at a police headquarters in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, on March 6, 2018. (Photo by AFP)

Taliban overrun district center in Afghanistan’s west

Islam Times - Taliban militants in Afghanistan have captured a government district headquarters in the western province of Farah, continuing their attacks on the government despite a recent overture by Kabul to start direct dialog with the militants.

Why Does Peace Look Unachievable in Afghanistan?

Why Does Peace Look Unachievable in Afghanistan?

Islam Times - Peace with Taliban has been a perused policy of Afghan government in the past few years. The government of President Ashraf Ghani looks poised to incorporate Taliban in the nation’s power structure as he had made it clear in various summits. Tripartite meetings first ...

 
File photo shows illegal African migrants sitting on a boat off the southern Yemeni port city of Aden.

UAE-backed ex-officials in south Yemen brutally abuse migrants: HRW

Islam Times - Human Rights Watch (HRW) has revealed that Yemen’s UAE-backed ex-officials based in Aden detain and brutally abuse African refugees passing through the war-torn country’s southern port city.

The UN Security Council holds convenes a meeting at United Nations headquarters in New York City on April 14, 2018. (AFP photo)

UN envoy plans to present Yemen peace roadmap in two months

Islam Times - UN envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths says he will present a plan to the UN Security Council for resumption of peace talks between the warring parties in Yemen.

File photo of Moroccan F-16 warplanes

Morocco to pull warplanes from Saudi-led coalition

Islam Times - Morocco is reportedly to pull its warplanes out of a Saudi Arabia-led coalition, which has been pounding Yemen for more than three years now, citing a need for military buildup at home.

This photo provided by the media bureau of Yemen’s operations command shows Qasef-1 (Striker-1) combat drone.

Yemeni drones target Saudi airport in Asir, Aramco facility in Jizan

Islam Times - Drones operated by Yemeni armed forces have targeted a Saudi airport and a facility belonging to the state-run oil giant Aramco in the kingdom’s southern border regions.

 
Qatari Emir Boycotts Arab League Summit in Saudi Arabia

Qatari Emir Boycotts Arab League Summit in Saudi Arabia

Islam Times - Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani has boycotted an Arab League summit in neighboring Saudi Arabia amid worsening tensions between the two Persian Gulf nations.

This picture taken on May 21, 2017 shows US President Donald Trump (R) shaking hands with Qatar

US approves $300mn guided missile deal with Qatar

Islam Times - The US State Department has given the green light to a $300 million sale of guided missiles to Qatar as Persian Gulf Arab states are stepping up purchasing state-of-the-art weaponry amid their diplomatic standoff.

An Emirati passenger plane (File photo)

UAE files formal ICAO complaint about alleged airliner ‘interception’ by Qatari warplanes

Islam Times - The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has lodged a formal complaint with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), alleging that Qatari warplanes had repeatedly intercepted Emirati civilian aircraft in regular and scheduled flight paths.

French made Mirage 2000 belonging to United Arab Emirates air force (Photo by AFP)

Qatar complains to UN over UAE, Bahraini aircraft airspace violation

Islam Times - Qatar has issued a complaint to the United Nations over fresh violations of its air space by Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.

 
The photo shows militants standing guard on the Syrian side of the Nasib border crossing between Jordan and Syria on October 5, 2017. (Photo by AFP)

Jordan foils plot to smuggle terrorists, weapons along Syria border

Islam Times - The Jordanian army says it has foiled a plot for smuggling weapons, narcotics and terrorists through an abandoned oil pipeline along its border with Syria.

Israeli regime’s embassy Amman

Israeli Regime Reopens Embassy in Jordan amid Public Opposition

Islam Times - Israeli officials said Tuesday they were reopening the regime's embassy in Jordan, which has been shut for six months. The move comes after Amman and Tel Aviv resolved a diplomatic dispute over a deadly shooting.

Jordanians protest against US VP’s planned visit over al-Quds

Jordanians protest against US VP’s planned visit over al-Quds

Islam Times - Jordanians have protested against US Vice President Mike Pence’s planned visit to the country over Washington’s decision to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel’s capital.

Is Jordan Breaking Alliance with Saudi Arabia, West?

Is Jordan Breaking Alliance with Saudi Arabia, West?

Islam Times - Sources at Jordan's parliament have reported that the speaker of Jordanian House of the Representatives Atef Tarawneh is completing arrangements for a high-ranking delegation visit to Tehran. The same sources have added that the visit to Iran will be soon made.

 
This file photo shows Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning, which is likely to take part in ongoing live-fire military drills in the Taiwan Strait. (By AFP)

In show of force, China starts military drills in Taiwan Strait

Islam Times - China has launched live-fire military exercises in the Taiwan Strait, in a show of force following its latest warning to Taipei against seeking independence or official ties with the United States.

China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi (L) and Japan’s Foreign Minister Taro Kono pose during a photo session ahead of a Japan-China economic dialog in Tokyo, April 16, 2018. (Photo by AFP)

Japan, China agree on dangers of trade war for global economy

Islam Times - China and Japan have warned against the serious repercussion of a trade war for the global economy, calling for joint efforts to protect multilateral trade systems amid economic frictions between Beijing and Washington.

This picture, released by North Korea’s official KCNA news agency on April 14, 2018, shows Kim Yo-jong (4th-L), the North Korean leader’s sister, greeting Song Tao (centere-R), a senior Chinese diplomat, accompanied by a Chinese art troupe, on their arrival in the North Koran capital, Pyongyang. (Via AFP)

North Korea’s Kim meets senior Chinese official

Islam Times - North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has met with a senior Chinese diplomat in the North’s capital city, Pyongyang, weeks after Kim traveled to China in a landmark visit that signified the opening up of North Korea.

A Vanuatu Mobile Force honor guard stands in front of a People’s Liberation Army of China navy frigate on a four-day friendly visit to Vanuatu. (File photo)

China, Vanuatu reject Australian report on ‘military base’

Islam Times - Officials in China and the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu have denied Australian media reports that Beijing has approached the island country with an idea to establish a permanent military base there.

 
Australian Activists Protest Myanmarese Regime’s Visit

Australian Activists Protest Myanmarese Regime’s Visit

Islam Times - Activists gathered in Sydney to protest visit of Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi to Australia as the Buddhist regime of Myanmar is internationally blamed for "ethnic cleansing" of Rohingya Muslim minority.

This file photo taken on July 5, 2016 shows Australia

Australia PM meets deputy to fix sex-scandal split

Islam Times - Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has held crisis talks with his deputy Barnaby Joyce to heal a dangerous rift that is threatening the ruling coalition’s one-seat majority.

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Australia probing loss of secret papers sold along with filing cabinets

Islam Times - The Australian government on Wednesday launched an urgent investigation into the loss of thousands of classified documents that were sold with two second-hand filing cabinets.

People take part in an "Invasion Day" protest rally on Australia Day, in Melbourne, on January 26, 2018. (Photo by AFP)

Australians rally to protest British 'Invasion Day'

Islam Times - Tens of thousands of people marched across Australia Friday in an "Invasion Day" protest calling for a rethink of the national day they say is offensive to indigenous people.

 
 
 
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The photo taken on August 11, 2016, shows protesters from the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) holding a banner with a photograph of detained leader Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky to press for his release in the northern Nigerian city of Kano. (Photo by AFP)

Nigerian police fire live rounds, kill one during protest for Sheikh Zakzaky's release

Islam Times - One person has been reportedly killed and several others injured after members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) clashed with the police in the capital Abuja.

Julius Maada Bio

Opposition's Julius Maada Bio wins Sierra Leone presidency

Islam Times - Opposition candidate Julius Maada Bio won a narrow victory in a run-off election to become Sierra Leone's next president, the National Electoral Commission (NEC) announced on Wednesday (April 4).

Masses in Ghana Protest against US Military Deal

Masses in Ghana Protest against US Military Deal

Islam Times - Thousands have marched across the Ghanaian capital, Accra to demand the nullification of military deal between the country and the United States.

This photo of South Africa

South Africa's former President Zuma to be prosecuted

Islam Times - Jacob Zuma, South Africa’s former president, has been charged with fraud, racketeering, illegal arms dealing and much more.

 
Qadhafi’s Revenge

Qadhafi’s Revenge

Islam Times - Millions of Libyans, and many more Arabs and Muslims, will have felt pleased by the news that former French president Nicolas Sarkozy was held for questioning, and later released on bail, on charges that he received more than 50 million euros from former Libyan leader ...

Libya marks 7th anniversary of revolution that brought mixed results

Libya marks 7th anniversary of revolution that brought mixed results

Islam Times - Thousands of people in Libya have marked the seventh anniversary of a revolution that led to the fall of longtime dictator Muammar Gaddafi but ushered in an era of instability in the country.

Two Killed in Friday Bomb Attack on Libya Mosque

Two Killed in Friday Bomb Attack on Libya Mosque

Islam Times - Suspected terrorists have killed at least two people in a bombing attack on a mosque in Libya's eastern city of Benghazi.

A boat is seen docked at the Benghazi port, which was closed for the past three years due to militant groups occupying the eastern Libyan city, during a ceremony marking the re-opening of the port on October 1, 2017. (Photo by AFP)

Port of Benghazi in Libya reopens after 3-year closure

Islam Times - Benghazi's commercial port officially reopened on Sunday after a three-year closure due to fighting between rival factions in the east Libyan city.

 
Tunisian MP Tears up Israel Flag Pushing for Bill to Criminalize Ties

Tunisian MP Tears up Israel Flag Pushing for Bill to Criminalize Ties

Islam Times - Tunisian legislator Ammar Amroussia has ripped up Israeli flag at the African country's parliament to promote a push for a law criminalizing ties with the Tel Aviv regime.

Tunisia: Anti-austerity protesters clash with police in Tunis

Tunisia: Anti-austerity protesters clash with police in Tunis

Islam Times - Protesters scuffled with riot police in Tunis on Friday as dozens of people rallied in front of the Tunisian Parliament demanding a disputed budget law be culled.

Tunisian security forces detain a protester in Ettadhamen on the outskirts of the capital Tunis late on January 10, 2018. (Photo by AFP)

Tunisia says over 900 arrested in anti-austerity protests

Islam Times - Tunisian authorities have announced the apprehension of more than 900 people following demonstrations against austerity measures imposed by the government.

Tunisia Mulls Food Aid to Control Violent Anti-Austerity Protests

Tunisia Mulls Food Aid to Control Violent Anti-Austerity Protests

Islam Times - The Tunisian government plans more aid for poor families in a bid to defuse tensions following violent anti-austerity protests that saw hundreds arrested and left at least one man dead.

 
 
 
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ISIS treatment of minorities, US

ISIS treatment of minorities, US's tool to demonize Islam

Islam Times - From its very birth, Islam was far ahead of other religions, in science and mathematics, in areas of civil ...

How did the prophet of Islam treat minorities? What does Quran command?

How did the prophet of Islam treat minorities? What does Quran command?

Islam Times - The contemporary era—according to what many claim in the east and the west of the planet—is the era of freedom ...

The Corridor to Religious Tolerance in Islam

The Corridor to Religious Tolerance in Islam

Islam Times - Embracing a new religion is indeed a beautiful event. Soon after, however, as we become more socially involved,...

Paper deadline for Worldwide conference on Lovers of Ahl al-bayt and the Takfiri Issue

Paper deadline for Worldwide conference on Lovers of Ahl al-bayt and the Takfiri Issue

Islam Times - A deadline for contributions to the international conference on ‘Lovers of Ahl al-bayt and the Takfiri Issue’ ...

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How did the prophet of Islam treat minorities? What does Quran command?
The Corridor to Religious Tolerance in Islam
Paper deadline for Worldwide conference on Lovers of Ahl al-bayt and the Takfiri Issue