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Superheros

Superheros

08:22 AM
IBNTV will feature a brand new episode of the Kids show on Sunday 4th January 2014 at 11:30.  Find out what kind of superheros the kids will become in order to save the world....
  • New Episode: Racism
    New Episode: Racism
    Watch a brand new episode of the kids show on IBNTV and find out how Racism affects children especially in school.
    on 06:32 AM
  • Health Show – Stroke
    Health Show – Stroke
    Dear viewers, we are moving the HEALTH IN PERSPECTIVE program to Saturday for this week only. The episode will...
    on 01:13 PM
  • New Episode : Wonton
    New Episode : Wonton
    IBNTV introduces to you a brand new episode of the K & K Cooking Show at 17:15hrs. Learn how to make delicious...
    on 12:36 PM

Lectures»

Ayyame Fatimiya

Ayyame Fatimiya

09:56 AM
Special Ayyame Fatimiya program to air on IBN TV.
  • Lectures on Ashre Zainabiyya
    Lectures on Ashre Zainabiyya
    Lectures for Ashre Zainabiyya 1436 by Syed Zaki Baqri  airs  on IBN TV everyday at 21:15 Hrs.
    on 07:50 AM
  • English Lectures
    English Lectures
    Latest Muharram 1436 Lectures of Syed Ammar Nakhswani reciting in Mombasa, Kenya airs  on IBN TV everyday at 23:00...
    on 07:06 AM
  • English Lectures
    English Lectures
    IBNTV will be featuring English lectures by Sheikh Nuru from  tonight at 20:00 Hrs.
    on 07:47 AM

Others»

Quranic Reflections, Yr5, No25, Āyat 2:186

Quranic Reflections, Yr5, No25, Āyat 2:186

01:10 PM
Do they not reflect upon the Qur’an, or are there locks on the hearts? (Q 47:24) For past Qur’anic Reflections click here Bismillāh, June 19, 2015/Ramadan 2, 1436 Quranic...

New Arrivals»

  • Islamic Calendar 1435
    Islamic Calendar 1435
    Islamic Calendar 1435 is now available in English & Kiswahili at  Al -Itrah Bookshop
    on 07:57 AM
  • Book Alert
    Book Alert
    Introducing to you  ‘The Endangered Species’ a  book based on the characteristic migratory patterns...
    on 07:09 AM
  • New Arrival of Books
    New Arrival of Books
    Al Itrah has launched a set of five new books in Kiswahili for 15,500/- Sahifa Sajjadia Umoja Wa Kiislamu Na Furaha Uislamu...
    on 12:13 PM

Local News»

Ex- TBS Boss Jailed for Three years term

Ex- TBS Boss Jailed for Three years term

01:18 PM
    The Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court convicted Former Tanzania Bureau of Standard (TBS) director general Charles Ekelege on three counts, each of which...

International News»

550 Palestinians abducted in West Bank

550 Palestinians abducted in West Bank

12:47 PM
​Israeli forces have detained 550 Palestinians, including women and children, in the occupied West Bank since the beginning of 2015. The detainees, who were arrested in...

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Nani set to join Fenerbahce

Nani set to join Fenerbahce

​Manchester United winger Nani is to have a medical at Fenerbahce on Sunday ahead of a proposed move to the Turkish side. The Turks announced the news on social media on Thursday night, saying on twitter: “Fenerbahce has begun talks with Luis Nani and his club Manchester United to transfer the player. “Nani will be [&hellip

550 Palestinians abducted in West Bank

550 Palestinians abducted in West Bank

​Israeli forces have detained 550 Palestinians, including women and children, in the occupied West Bank since the beginning of 2015. The detainees, who were arrested in the southern city of al-Khalil (Hebron), included seven women and 105 teenagers, Amjad Najjar, the head of the Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) in al-Khalil, said on Thursday. The Palestinian [&hellip

Ex-Merkel aide defends himself over NSA claims

Ex-Merkel aide defends himself over NSA claims

The former head of Angela Merkel’s chancellery, Ronald Pofalla, has blamed the media for misinterpreting the ongoing NSA affair. Finding no fault in his behavior, he instead voiced concern about Germany’s security. Just before 6:00 p.m. local time on Thursday, Ronald Pofalla addressed the NSA investigative committee in German parliament. He spent an hour defending [&hellip

IMF warns of worsening Greek finances

IMF warns of worsening Greek finances

​The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that Greece cannot afford to go it alone. A draft report by the fund criticized Greek coalition leaders Syriza for Greece’s deteriorating prospects. The warnings being issued about Greece late on Thursday arose from an IMF report that showed Greece needed an extra 50 billion euros ($55 billion) [&hellip

BP to pay $18.7bn to US over oil spill

BP to pay $18.7bn to US over oil spill

Five US states and the federal government will receive $18.7 billion in fines from BP over the damage caused by the great spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. BP agreed on Thursday to pay the fines to settle legal actions brought by the US over the fatal Gulf of Mexico oil spill. BP [&hellip

Robot crushes German VW worker to death

Robot crushes German VW worker to death

A robot has killed a factory technician at a Volkswagen plant in Germany, the automaker says. The 22-year-old external contractor died of injuries on Monday in a Volkswagen production plant in Baunatal, AFP quoted VW spokesman Heiko Hillwig as saying on Wednesday He “was part of a team that was setting up the stationary robot [&hellip

BBC rejects calls to drop ‘Islamic State’

BBC rejects calls to drop ‘Islamic State’

​The BBC has rejected government requests to label the terrorist group operating in Syria and Iraq as ‘Daesh’, it has emerged. The request, written in a letter by MPs including Boris Johnson and Alex Salmond to stop using the term Islamic State was rejected by the director general, Tony Hall, despite being signed by 120 [&hellip

US spied on German ministers: Report

US spied on German ministers: Report

​New WikiLeaks documents show that the United States not only spied on German Chancellor Angela Merkel but also on several ministers of the country. Relations between Germany and the United States were strained after US surveillance whistleblower Edward Snowden in 2013 revealed extensive US foreign spying. Snowden also revealed that the United States had monitored [&hellip

‘British Schindler’ Nicholas Winton dies aged 106

‘British Schindler’ Nicholas Winton dies aged 106

​Nicholas Winton, who helped rescue more than 650 schoolchildren from being sent to Nazi concentration camps, has died. His Second World War heroism wasn’t revealed until almost half a century later. The death of the 106-year-old was announced via the website of the Rotary Club of Maidenhead on Wednesday, of which Winton was a former [&hellip

Facebook opens first Africa office

Facebook opens first Africa office

Facebook has opened its first African office in Johannesburg as part of its efforts “to help people and businesses connect” on the continent.​ The office will be headed by Nunu Ntshingila, a former executive at the advertising agency Ogilvy. “This office will support the significant growth in businesses and people using Facebook,” said a statement [&hellip