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27 جمادي الثاني 1438 - Saturday, March 25, 2017
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Israel to pay high price over settlements
Former Zionist regime’s Premier Ehud Olmert says Israel have to “pay a high price” over the settlement policies of incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Islamic Awakening confab in Tehran tomorrow
Secretary General of the World Assembly of Islamic Awakening, Ali Akbar Velayati, announced that a conference will be held tomorrow in Tehran with the participation of Muslim lecturers from universities across the globe.
Smoking can threaten brain’s functions, says study
A new study conducted by British researchers suggests that smoking can affect on brain by inducing damages on its functions in memory, learning and reasoning.
Leader calls Iran’s long southern coastline “great national asset”
Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, has emphasized the role played by Iran’s Navy in maintenance of peace and stability in the region, lauding the daily increase of the armed forces’ capabilities.
Egypt gives preliminary approval to Iranian MPs to visit Gaza: Iran Lawmaker
An Iranian lawmaker says the government of Egypt has announced its preliminary readiness to allow an Iranian parliamentary delegation to travel to the Gaza Strip for a solidarity visit through the Egyptian border.
Iran foreign minister to attend OIC ministerial meeting in Djibouti
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi is set to take part in the ministerial meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in the East African country of Djibouti.
Iran nuclear energy program peaceful: IAEA chief
Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Yukiya Amano says Iran’s nuclear energy facilities are used for peaceful purposes.
Iran plans to launch satellite to GEO: IRGC chief
The commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says Iran will soon launch a satellite into the Geostationary Earth Orbit (GEO), a circular orbit more than 35,000 kilometers above the planet’s equator.
Iran warns of stronger reaction to US drones: Cmdr.
A senior Iranian military commander says the Islamic Republic will respond with stronger action if the US drones repeat their intrusion into Iran’s airspace.
Iran’s exports of power-related services to hit $6bn: Minister
Iranian Energy Minister Majid Namjou says Iran’s exports of electricity-related technical and engineering services will reach USD six billion by the end of the current Iranian year (ending March 20, 2013).
Weekly portions of oily fish can cut stroke risk: Study
A new study conducted by a team of international researchers has revealed that having at least two servings of natural oily fish a week can significantly reduce risk of stroke.
Russian prime minister reaffirms Iran nuclear rights
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has reaffirmed Iran’s right to a use nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, underlining the importance of continued nuclear negotiations with Tehran.
Iran Foreign Ministry slams Canada freeze of Tehran assets
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast has lashed out at the Ottawa government for freezing the Iranian government’s assets in Canada, saying the move is the flagrant violation of international law.
Geneva to showcase Iranian contemporary arts
A collection of contemporary works of art created by several Iranian artists is set to be displayed during an exhibition in the Swiss capital, Geneva.
Supreme Leader’s Hajj Message - 2012
All praise belongs to Allah, the Lord of the Two Worlds, and peace and greetings be upon the great and trustworthy Prophet, and upon his immaculate and chosen household and his blessed companions. The season of hajj, which is ...
Pakistanis Stage Fresh Protest against Anti-Islam Movie
Jamiat Ulema Pakistan (JUP) observed a protest day against the blasphemous U.S. movie across Pakistan on October 12 and held rallies and protests demanding severing of ties with the U.S. on avoiding to take serious action against the blasphemers.
Over 50 Arrested in Bangladesh Anti-US Movie Protest
Defying a ban on rallies, thousands of people, most of them supporters of Islamic parties, on October 12 tried to stage a march in the Bangladesh capital in protest against an anti-Islam film, leading to ...
Pakistani Protesters Urge Boycotting U.S. Goods over Anti-Islam Film
Pakistani protesters have called for boycotting goods produced in the United States in protest at an anti-Islam U.S. film insulting the Prophet Muhammad.
US plans to revive MKO terrorist group: Iran Defense Minister
Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi says the US plans to revive the terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) by removing the group from its list of terror organizations.
US can ill afford Israeli war on Iran: Americans
A survey conducted by a prominent US university has revealed that the majority of American people believe a potential Israeli attack against Iran will have dire economic and strategic consequences for the US.
Natural skin virus can fight against acne bacteria
American researchers have identified an active protein in the skin virus that could be used as a new acne treatment.
Turkey attack on Syria to lead to security crisis for Ankara: Iran MP
A senior Iranian lawmaker says Turkey will be hit by a “security crisis” within its borders if the country launches a cross-border military operation against Syria.
Iranian researcher creates 24-carat gold in lab
Iranian researcher Kazem Kashefi along with his American colleague has created gold in Michigan State University using bacteria in a way called ‘microbial alchemy.’
NAM expresses support for global nuclear disarmament
The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) has highlighted the need for global nuclear disarmament, endorsing the rights of each state to develop peaceful nuclear energy.
Iran slams UK claims on Tehran’s nuclear energy program
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast has criticized the United Kingdom’s Defense Secretary Philip Hammond for his comments on the Iranian nuclear energy program.
Iranian Students Slam Blasphemous Cartoons
Thousands of university and seminary students held demonstrations in Tehran and other Iranian cities on Oct. 2 to condemn the French magazine that recently published cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.
Pakistanis Hold Fresh against Blasphemous Film
Speakers at a conference organized by a religious group on October 5 urged the United States to take strict action against makers of a sacrilegious film. The Shuhada-e-Islam and Istehkam-e-Pakistan conference, which was organized by ...
Russian Court Bans Anti-Islam Film
A Russian judge on October 1 banned the controversial film Innocence of Muslims that has flamed tensions and sparked protests over its portrayal of the Prophet Muhammad.
Protests against Anti-Islam Film in Peshawar
More than 15,000 protesters on Oct. 1 participated in a peaceful protest, Haroon Khan, a senior Peshawar police official said.
Iranian Schoolgirls Hold Protest against Anti-Islam Movie
Thousands of Iranian schoolgirls gathered at Tehran’s Azadi Square on September 30 to voice their anger over the anti-Islam film which insults the Prophet Muhammad.
Thousands of Indonesians Protest U.S.-Made Film
Thousands of Muslims enraged over a film that denigrates the Prophet Muhammad marched through Indonesias capital Jakarta on September 30.
Thousands in Michigan Slam Blasphemous Movie, Cartoons
Thousands of people took to the streets in southeast Michigan to express their anger over a U.S.-made movie and blasphemous cartoons in a French magazine that insult Islams Prophet Muhammad.
Over 15,000 Rally in Pakistan against Anti-Islam Video
Over 15,000 people flooded the streets of Karachi, Pakistan, on September 29 for a rally against the U.S.-made Innocence of Muslims video. The amateurish clip insulting the Prophet Muhammad sparked two weeks of protest in Pakistan.
OIC Resolution Condemns Anti-Islam Film, Cartoons
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on September adopted a resolution condemning the anti-Islam film “Innocence of Muslims” and also the caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad published in a French magazine.
Iraqis Hold Protest to Slam Anti-Islam Movie, Cartoons
Iraqis staged a huge anti-U.S. demonstration in the capital to protest against the anti-Islam film. Demonstrators have taken to the streets on September 28 to express their anger over the sacrilegious movie produced in the U.S.
Bangladeshi Protesters Condemn Film Insulting Prophet
Hundreds of people on September took to the streets in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka to protest against a U.S.-made film which insults Islam’s Prophet Muhammad.
Pakistani Lawyers Protest Anti-Islam Movie
The legal fraternity of Rawalpindi and Islamabad joined the chorus of condemnation against an anti-Islam film on September 28. The protest rally of District Bar Association (DBA), Rawalpindi and ...
Fresh Protests against Anti-Islam Film in Pakistan
Hundreds of Pakistanis demonstrated in small rallies against a U.S.-made anti-Islam film on September 28, but there was no repeat of the widespread violence seen at protests a week ago.
Russian Court Outlaws Film Insulting Islam
A Russian court on September 28 outlawed an anti-Islam film that has sparked violence around the world, giving authorities legal grounds to bar access to it.
Egyptian-American Arrested over Anti-Islam Film in California
An Egyptian-American man behind an anti-Islam film that has stoked massive protests across the Muslim world was arrested in California.
Brunei along with other members of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) condemned the film, “Innocence of Muslims”, which has been widely spread through the social media, especially YouTube, recently and expressed ...
Arab League Seeks Blasphemy Ban
The head of the Arab League called on September 26 for the international community to criminalize blasphemy, warning that insults to religion pose a serious threat to global peace and security.
Thais Condemn Anti-Islam Movie
Several hundred Muslims, many waving banners rallied outside the U.S. Embassy and Google offices in Bangkok on September 27 to denounce an anti-Islam film that has sparked global protests.
India’s Massive Protest against Film Insulting Islam
Thousands of people held a massive rally outside the United States Consulate in Kolkata on September 27 to protest anti-Islam film, Innocence of Muslims.
Nigeria President Condemns Blasphemous Movie
Nigeria’s President Good luck Jonathan has condemned the blasphemous movie produced in the United States that denigrated the Prophet Muhammad and Islam.
Protests against Anti-Islam Film Continue in Pakistan
The head of a religious group in Pakistan on September 26 accused U.S. President Barack Obama of laying the foundations for igniting a clash of civilizations.
Muslim Leaders Urge Intl. Action to Stop Religious Insults
Muslim leaders demanded international action to stop religious insults in a challenge to U.S. President Barack Obamas defense of freedom of expression at the UN General Assembly.
Brazil Court Orders YouTube to Remove Anti-Islam Film
A Brazilian court on September 25 banned an online anti-Islam movie that spawned violent protests across the Muslim world and gave YouTube 10 days to pull the films trailer from its website.
Protesters Rally outside French Embassy in Baku over Prophet Cartoons
Protesters rallied outside the French Embassy in Baku to protest against caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad published in French periodical.
Iran Boycotts 2013 Oscars to Protest Anti-Islam Film
Iran’s minister of culture and Islamic guidance has announced Islamic Republic’s decision to boycott the 2013 Oscars in protest to the U.S.-made blasphemous movie mocking Prophet Muhammad.
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