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Health Show – Stroke

Health Show – Stroke

01:13 PM
Dear viewers, we are moving the HEALTH IN PERSPECTIVE program to Saturday for this week only. The episode will be a continuation of  STROKE.
  • 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
  • Migraine & Epilepsy
    Migraine & Epilepsy
    IBNTV replayed a brand new episode of the Health Show with Doctor Othman Kiloloma, a Neurosurgeon, discussing Migraine...
    on 07:42 AM
  • Charga Chicken
    Charga Chicken
    Special K N K cooking show will air tonight featuring “Charga Chicken” at 22:00 hrs. A must watch.
    on 09:48 AM

Lectures»

New Lectures

New Lectures

07:57 AM
IBNTV will be introducing new lectures  at 13:15 Hrs.by Shk. Hussein Al Nashed. His lectures will be based on the Rights of the Mother.  

Others»

Daily eating nuts can halve heart risk

Daily eating nuts can halve heart risk

08:29 AM
A new research has suggested that a daily serving of nuts could reduce the risk of heart diseases by nearly a third. The US and Chinese researchers found that daily diet...

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»

No immunity granted to US forces: Iraq

No immunity granted to US forces: Iraq

07:03 AM
Baghdad has not agreed to grant immunity from local prosecution to US forces that are being deployed to Iraq, which is fighting against Takfiri militants, reports say. According...

International News»

EU court slams Poland for CIA renditions

EU court slams Poland for CIA renditions

11:12 AM
The European Court of Human Rights ruled on Thursday that Poland broke the European human rights convention by allowing the CIA to run a secret jail on its territory. The...

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Dunga named as Brazil Coach

Dunga named as Brazil Coach

​Brazil have named former player Dunga as their new coach for the second time. Dunga was the captain of Brazil’s 1994 World Cup-winning team and coached the national team from 2006 to 2010. “I am immensely happy to be back,” said the 50-year-old, who was the favourite to land the job. Dunga replaces Luiz Felipe [&hellip

EU court slams Poland for CIA renditions

EU court slams Poland for CIA renditions

The European Court of Human Rights ruled on Thursday that Poland broke the European human rights convention by allowing the CIA to run a secret jail on its territory. The judges said Poland had co-operated with the illegal transfers of the two suspects in 2002-2003, allowing the men to be interrogated in a CIA secret [&hellip

US, others suspend all flights to Israel

US, others suspend all flights to Israel

American and other major international airlines have suspended flights to and from Israel for the second straight day on security concerns. The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) originally issued the ban on Tuesday afternoon after a rocket struck near Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv earlier in the day. On Wednesday, the FAA said [&hellip

Indian Muslims beset by violence

Indian Muslims beset by violence

Indian Muslims displaced by communal violence in the country’s northern and most populous state of Uttar Pradesh refuse to leave their relief camps for fear of sectarian strife. Muslim victims say Uttar Pradesh authorities cannot protect them from sectarian violence, saying they are instigating hostilities for political gains. “It is not safe for us to go [&hellip

Daily eating nuts can halve heart risk

Daily eating nuts can halve heart risk

A new research has suggested that a daily serving of nuts could reduce the risk of heart diseases by nearly a third. The US and Chinese researchers found that daily diet of various nuts such as cashews Brazil nuts and peanuts could curb deaths rates from heart diseases. Experts from Hua Zhong University of Science [&hellip

CAR Selekas, anti-Balakas ink truce

CAR Selekas, anti-Balakas ink truce

Representatives of the mostly Muslim Seleka group in the Central African Republic (CAR) have signed a ceasefire with anti-Balaka Christian militants to end months of violence. The pact was signed on Wednesday in Brazzaville, the capital of the neighboring Republic of Congo. “We will be signing the cessation of hostilities agreement this afternoon,” said Colonel [&hellip

Libya’s GNC ready to hand over power

Libya’s GNC ready to hand over power

Libya’s General National Congress (GNC) says it is ready to hand over legislative power to a newly-elected parliament in August. “Monday, August 4, has been set as the date for the transfer of power… to the elected chamber,” the GNC said in a statement on Wednesday. The GNC has governed the country following the fall [&hellip

‘Over 80 killed in Nigeria bomb blasts’

‘Over 80 killed in Nigeria bomb blasts’

More than 80 people have been killed in two separate bomb attacks in the Nigerian city of Kaduna, security sources say. The first attack that left 32 people dead took place on Wednesday when a cleric and his congregation were targeted on a busy commercial road, said police commissioner Shehu Umar. Sheik Dahiru Bauchi, who [&hellip

How Palestine became Israel

How Palestine became Israel

The Catastrophe Al Nakba If Americans Knew In the late 1800s a small, fanatic movement called “political Zionism” began in Europe. Its goal was to create a Jewish state somewhere in the world. Its leaders settled on the ancient and long-inhabited land of Palestine for the location of this state. Palestine’s population at this time [&hellip

Tea Party movement to kick off in UK

Tea Party movement to kick off in UK

Beware of the self-pity of the governing classes. Ministers of the crown might look powerful and oppressive to us; often they see themselves as lonely heroes confronting a sea of troubles. That has been Tony Blair’s schtick from the month he took office. We now see him dripping with other people’s blood but he appears [&hellip