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Funeral held for Palestinian youth martyred by Israeli soldier

Funeral held for Palestinian youth martyred by Israeli soldier

Hundreds have attended a funeral for a young Palestinian, who was filmed being shot dead by a Zionist soldier in March in a brutal killing that sparked harsh criticism against the Israeli regime military. According to Press TV,the funeral ceremony was held on Saturday a day after the regime in Tel Aviv returned Abdul Fattah [&hellip

Islam Should Be Taught In All German Schools – Bavarian bishop

Islam Should Be Taught In All German Schools – Bavarian bishop

Introduction of “extensive Islam classes” in all German schools would best safeguard young Muslims from “fundamentalists’ temptation” towards them, Head of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Germany (EFD), Bavarian Bishop Heinrich Bedford-Strohm said, Heilbronne Stimme newspaper reported on Friday. Muslim schoolchildren must also have an opportunity to critically familiarize themselves with their religious traditions, the [&hellip

When Does Ramadan 2016 Start?

When Does Ramadan 2016 Start?

Ramadan begins with the first sighting of the crescent moon in different countries, marking the end of the month of Shaban – the eighth month of the Islamic calendar. Due to the shorter Islamic or Hijrah calendar compared to the Gregorian calendar, the date of Ramadan varies each year. The UAE’s Federal Authority for Government [&hellip

Infighting leaves 30 Takfiri terrorists dead in northern Syria

Infighting leaves 30 Takfiri terrorists dead in northern Syria

At least 30 members of the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group have reportedly died and dozens more suffered injuries in the latest wave of infighting between anti-Damascus and foreign-sponsored terrorist groups operating inside conflict-ridden Syria. The deadly clashes broke out between Daesh terrorists on one side and fighters from rival militant outfits in the town of [&hellip

WHO rejects experts’ call to delay or move Olympics amid Zika wave

WHO rejects experts’ call to delay or move Olympics amid Zika wave

The World Health Organization (WHO) has rejected a call by a group of 150 health experts to either postpone or change the venue of the upcoming Olympics games in Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro due to the Zika epidemic. In an open letter to the WHO, the signatories, who included a US presidential science adviser, insisted [&hellip

Saudi FM urges Assad departure as part of transition in Syria

Saudi FM urges Assad departure as part of transition in Syria

The Saudi foreign minister has insisted again that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad must quickly step down from power as part of a political transition in the violence-torn country. Riyadh’s position on Assad “has not changed” and the Syrian leader “should leave, as soon as the transition period starts,” Adel al-Jubeir told journalists upon his arrival [&hellip

Obama in Hiroshima calls for world free of nuclear weapons

Obama in Hiroshima calls for world free of nuclear weapons

US President Barack Obama has called for a world without nuclear weapons during a historic visit to Hiroshima, Japan, where the United States dropped the first atomic bomb nearly 71 years ago. Obama on Friday visited the site of the world’s first nuclear bombing and met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. “Death fell from [&hellip

More than 600 people left France to join Daesh: French PM

More than 600 people left France to join Daesh: French PM

More than 600 people have left France for Syria and Iraq and 800 more want to leave in order to join Daesh terror group, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Sunday, Reuters reported. Valls said the number of French Daesh terrorists amounts to 609, including 283 women and 18 minors. He also said that [&hellip

Washington puts Saudi, Yemen, Libya Daesh on terror list

Washington puts Saudi, Yemen, Libya Daesh on terror list

The United States has placed Daesh (ISIL) branches in Saudi Arabia, Libya and Yemen on its global terrorism blacklist. Washington on Thursday categorized the three branches as a “foreign terrorist organization,” meaning that sanctions and penalties will apply to them and those supporting them. The State Department said the Daesh branches appeared in November 2014 [&hellip

Cleric slams Saudi Arabia for blocking Iranians’ Hajj pilgrimage

Cleric slams Saudi Arabia for blocking Iranians’ Hajj pilgrimage

Tehran’s Interim Friday Prayers Leader Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami censured Riyadh for its refusal to facilitate the travel of Iranian pilgrims to the Arab country for the upcoming Hajj, saying that the Saudi regime does not deserve to govern Hajj rituals. According to Tasnim news agency, Ayatollah Khatami said in an address to a huge gathering [&hellip