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Iranians commemorate 2009 pro-Islamic Republic rallies

Iranians commemorate 2009 pro-Islamic Republic rallies

Millions of Iranians across the country are commemorating the anniversary of the 2009 mass rallies that were held in support of the Islamic Republic and put an end to post-election unrest back then. On Saturday, people from all walks of life took part in demonstrations and ceremonies in several Iranian cities to mark the “Dey 9 epic,” which refers to …

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Saudi-led airstrikes kill 10 women in western Yemen

Saudi-led airstrikes kill 10 women in western Yemen

Warplanes operated by a Saudi Arabian-led coalition waging war on Yemen have raided a farm in the west of the country, claiming the lives of at least 10 women. Yemen’s al-Masirah television network reported on Saturday that the attack had targeted a farm in the Khoukhah District of al-Hudaydah Province, which forms a strip along the country’s western coastline. It …

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Israel officially announces withdrawal from UNESCO

Israel officially announces withdrawal from UNESCO

The head of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has confirmed receiving Israel’s official letter announcing the regime’s withdrawal from the UN cultural body. In a Friday statement, Audrey Azoulay expressed deep regret over Israel’s decision, saying the withdrawal is set to take effect on December 31, 2018. “It is inside UNESCO and not outside it” that differences …

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Jordanians protest against Trump’s al-Quds move

Jordanians protest against Trump’s al-Quds move

Jordanians have once again protested against US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel’s “capital.” Hundreds of demonstrators marched in Jordan’s capital, Amman, on Friday, holding banners reading, “Jerusalem will remain Arabic and Islamic despite the will of aggressors.” Jordan’s Islamic movement said the demonstrations would continue until Washington reversed it decision. “The message is that this …

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Rohingya at risk of deadly diphtheria face shortage of medics: MSF

Rohingya at risk of deadly diphtheria face shortage of medics MSF

An international medical charity says health workers in Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh are struggling with a shortage of medics to administer antitoxins to patients infected with diphtheria. Doctors Without Borders, the lead agency dealing with an outbreak of the bacterial disease in camps sheltering the Myanmar’s persecuted Muslim refugees, said on Thursday that it had managed to provide antitoxins …

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Terrorist Attack near Afghan news agency office in Kabul

Terrorist Attack near Afghan news agency office in Kabul

A bombing attack on a Shia cultural center and the nearby office of a media outlet in the Afghan capital of Kabul has left at least 40 people dead and more than two dozen others injured. Afghan officials and witnesses said the deadly incident took place in the west of the capital early on Thursday, when a bomber detonated his …

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Salafi-Wahhabi Islamic in Malaysia

Salafi-Wahhabi Islamic in Malaysia

Malaysia’s growing ties to Saudi Arabia – and its puritan Salafi-Wahhabi Islamic doctrines – are coming under new scrutiny as concerns grow over an erosion of traditional religious practices and culture in the multi-ethnic nation. A string of recent events has fueled the concern. Hostility toward atheists, non-believers and the gay community has risen. Two annual beer festivals were canceled …

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