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Hamzah bin Abdul Muttalib, Prophet`s Uncle

Hamzah bin Abdul Muttalib, Prophet`s Uncle

There have been a number of brave and self-sacrificing officers and strong and powerful champions in the army of Islam but the bravery of Hamzah bin Abdul Muttalib is recorded in the pages of history and in fact constitutes the golden leaves of the history of the battles of Islam. Muhammed Mustafa, the Messenger of [&hellip

Deadly Rampage Shocks Munich,World Reacts to Attack

Deadly Rampage Shocks Munich,World Reacts to Attack

Alwaght- At least 9 people were reported to be killed and 21 others were injured in Friday shooting at a crowded shopping center in Munich, Germany, the German police maintained. The police forces were deployed to the area as reports of assaults at the shopping center came to their stations. They searched for the attackers, [&hellip

Why Riyadh Moving Close to Arabs’ Top Enemy: Tel Aviv?

Why Riyadh Moving Close to Arabs’ Top Enemy: Tel Aviv?

Alwaght- When the September 11 attacks took place in 2001, there appeared reports suggesting that some Saudi nationals were among the attackers. However, due to the Saudi Arabian interventions and pressures, the speculations ceased to develop around the case at that time. But today the relations of Washington and Riyadh are witnessing deep gaps over [&hellip

48 Palestinian prisoners continue hunger strike in Israeli jails

48 Palestinian prisoners continue hunger strike in Israeli jails

Nearly 50 Palestinian prisoners have been on hunger strike for days at detention facilities in the occupied territories in a protest action against the Israeli regime’s practice of administrative detention. According to a Palestinian Authority statement released on Saturday, “Forty-eight prisoners are on unlimited hunger strike in solidarity with Bilal Kayed and the two brothers [&hellip

Iraqi PM seeks to accelerate death sentence implementation

Iraqi PM seeks to accelerate death sentence implementation

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is seeking to accelerate the implementation of death penalty, says a statement released by his office. Abadi ordered that a committee be set up “to determine the obstacles and causes that result in the delay in the implementation of death sentences,” the statement said Saturday. It added that the committee [&hellip

South Sudan’s Machar being replaced, aide says

South Sudan’s Machar being replaced, aide says

South Sudan’s opposition has declared that its leader Riek Machar, who also serves as the war-torn country’s vice president, is being replaced by one of his opponents. Nyarji Roman, a Machar spokesman, said Saturday that Machar was being replaced as President Salva Kiir’s deputy with Taban Deng, a former ally now turned into a foe. [&hellip

Turkey arrests nephew of US-based cleric Gulen

Turkey arrests nephew of US-based cleric Gulen

Turkish security forces have arrested a nephew of US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen who is blamed for masterminding last weekend’s failed military coup. Muhammad Saitd Gulen was arrested in the northeastern city of Erzurum on Saturday and will be sent to the capital, Ankara, for questioning, local media reported. It is the first time a relative [&hellip

Iran, Russia to ink heavy water deal ‘soon’

Iran, Russia to ink heavy water deal ‘soon’

Iran and Russia will sign a deal soon for the sale of 40 tonnes of heavy water, the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) says. “Final steps have been taken towards the sale of 40 tonnes of heavy water produced by our country to Russia and the relevant agreement will be signed [&hellip

Dar, Beijing Sign Central Railway Construction Deal.

Dar, Beijing Sign Central Railway Construction Deal.

Construction of a 2,190-kilometre central railway line to standard gauge has begun after the government signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Exim Bank of China in Dar es Salaam yesterday. The agreement involves forming technical teams from both sides to oversee various issues regarding the whole construction process and other administration matters. The Permanent [&hellip

87 killed, millions evacuated as heavy rain batters China

87 killed, millions evacuated as heavy rain batters China

Heavy torrential downpours have triggered floods and landslides in China, leaving at least 87 people dead and forcing 16 million citizens from their houses. Citing the civil affairs department, China’s official Xinhua news agency reported on Saturday that 72 people have been killed, while 78 others are missing in the northern province of Hebei. Almost [&hellip