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In fact, a day of double grief, since today is the doleful 28th of Safar, on which we mourn the end of the mission of Almighty’s Last Messenger to mankind, as well as the martyrdom through poisoning of his elder grandson, exactly on the 39th anniversary of the grandfather’s departure …
In the Name of God, the All-Merciful, the All-Compassionate__We repeat our heartfelt condolences to you all on the anniversary of the tragedy of Ashura, and here we present you the special Ziyarah or standard form of salutation for Imam Husain (PuH) on the tragic 10th of Moharram.
English football fan Julie Phillips, 51, has been banned from all football stadiums for minimum three years for tearing up a copy of Islam's holy book during an English football match and throwing the pieces into the air.
In the Name of God, the All-Merciful, the All-Compassionate - - - Earlier today on the doleful day of Safar 28, you listened to a special feature on the Prophet Mohammad (blessings of God upon him and his progeny). Since today also happens to be the martyrdom anniversary of his …
Since we are nearing Arba’een, the traditional 40th day, following the anniversary of the heartrending tragedy of Ashura, let us commemorate the martyrdom of Imam Husain (Peace be upon him) by focusing on some of the aspects of the movement of the grandson of Prophet Mohammad (Blessings of God upon …
The press revealed on October 19, 16 days after the event, that during a performance of La Traviata at the Opéra Bastille in Paris, a woman spectator was made to leave on the orders of the deputy manager of the Paris Opera, Jean-Philippe Thiellay, because she was wearing a niqab.