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- US military turned into family business
- Kerry calls for end to conflicts in Syria and Yemen
- US asks UN Security Council to meet over Iran’s missiles
- Violence erupts as Trump fans clash with protesters in Chicago
- US to send troops to Iraq’s frontlines
- Row over UK tabloid claim that 'Queen backs Brexit'
- Police clash with protesters in Istanbul
- Erdogan threatens top court over freed journalists
Muslims from across the world, including Iran, are moving in a long journey rally on the way to Karbala and to the holy shrine of Imam Hossein (peace be upon him) to mark the Arbaeen (end of the forty days mourning period).
The photos show Palestinian people reciting Quran in ruined mosques after the Israeli regime's war in Gaza.
British Muslims along with the Muslims in other countries held mourning ceremonies in commemoration of the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussain (Peace be upon him) in this country.
Thousands of Palestinians took to the streets in the occupied West Bank and Gaza City to protest and condemn the Israeli restriction of the Al-Aqsa Mosque for Palestinian worshipers.
Pranksters on YouTube have highlighted the problem of racial profiling in the US.
Muslims from across the world converge on Saudi Arabia for the annual Hajj pilgrimage.
Eid Al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice) is just less than a couple of days away and the Palestinians in Gaza still live under siege after surviving a war that has taken thousands of lives and destroyed hundreds of homes.