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United Muslim Army – A myth?

There have been many calling out for a unanimously agreed platform for a more close-knitted Muslim world. Especially with Muslim countries undergoing extreme security situations, a desire to build a NATO-style Muslims-exclusive army seems like a desp...
by I Love Islam on Dec 28, 2015

Leading Saudi scholars reject extremism

Several leading Saudi scholars attending a forum here have warned that extremist ideas propagated by some groups are a misinterpretation of Islam’s sacred texts and threaten Muslim unity. They were speaking on Wednesday at a forum organized by Madi...
by Beauty of Saudi Arabia on Nov 29, 2014

Beautiful Viwe of Great Mosque of Samarra Samarra, Iraq

Great Mosque of Samarra Samarra, Iraq...

Iran ‘backs US military contacts’ to fight Islamic State

(Media Release) Iran’s Supreme Leader has approved co-operation with the US as part of the fight against Islamic State in northern Iraq, sources have told BBC Persian. Ayatollah Khamenei has authorised his top commander to co-ordinate military...
by Free PR Online on Sep 5, 2014

Allama Deedar Ali Jalbani Leader MWM killed in Karachi

Senior leader Majlis-e-Wahdat-i-Muslimeen Allama Deedar Ali Jalbani reported to be shot dead along with his guard in Karachi. Due to recent wave of sectarian violence in Pakistan,it... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs...
by News Watchman on Dec 3, 2013

Wave of Sectarian Clashes In Pakistan

Ashura On most important day of Muharram on Friday Sectarian clashes engulfed  many cities in Pakistan. According to reports more than 10 people killed and 90 people have been injured in all... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...
by News Watchman on Nov 16, 2013

Syria: Hezbollah gambles all

By Samia Nakhoul In the photograph the two robed men stand shoulder-to-shoulder, one tall and erect, the other more heavyset. Both smile for the camera. The picture from Tehran is a rare record of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei meetin...
by Iran Aware on Oct 3, 2013

Al Qaeda, Sunni insurgents exploit Iraq’s sectarian woes

  Civilians gather at the site of a car bomb attack at Jadidat al-Shatt in Diyala province, 40 km (25 miles) north of Baghdad, June 10, 2013. (Reuters) Reuters, Baghdad Masked gunmen stopped the bus full of Shi’ite Muslim police officers and f...
by Iran Aware on Jun 12, 2013

Saudi businessman offers $10 million to kill Nasrallah of Hezbollah

EoZ/Assabeel and other Arabic media are reporting that a wealthy Saudi businessman has offered $10 million to anyone who killed Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah. Abdullah Mohammed Al Anzi, who is a supporter and financier of the Syrian rebels, has...
by Iran Aware on May 30, 2013

Islamic Sunni-Shiite Holy War Breaks Out in… London

By Daniel Greenfield There’s a bit of a problem with the Caliphate. Before the Faithful finish driving out the infidels and declaring the Islamic Republic of Londonistan, they’ll have to finish fighting each other. The collapse of American power...
by Iran Aware on May 15, 2013

Iran/Hizballah’s Global Shi’ite Terror Network

Terrorist attack aftermath in Burgas, Bulgaria. Photo: Dano Monkotovic/FLASH90 A deadly bus explosion in Bulgaria targeting Israeli tourists, a bomb plot to kill the Saudi ambassador in Washington, and a ship carrying large quantities of arms to terr...
by Iran Aware on May 7, 2013

The Shiite split

Lebanon is still trying to come to terms with the latest turn of events on its northern border. More and more reports claim that Hezbollah fighters are involved in Syria, and the party’s leader Hassan Nasrallah said in a Tuesday speech that the par...
by Iran Aware on May 5, 2013

Pew: Relations Among Muslims

Pew:The World’s Muslims: Religion, Politics and Society Part 6 Relations Among Muslims Muslims see themselves as more devout than other Muslims in their country. Despite this fact, few see tensions between Muslims who are more religious and those w...
by Iran Aware on May 3, 2013

Hezbollah inciting strife in Bahrain

Bahrain’s Minister of State for Information Affairs Samira Rajab accused the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah of encouraging terrorism and inciting strife in her country. “Hezbollah is fanning the flame of conflict in Bahrain and training terror...
by Iran Aware on Apr 30, 2013

Australia: Hezbollah ‘has sleeper cells here’

Cleric Sheikh Bilal Radwan says as many as 50 Australians have gone to Syria to join the rebels. Picture: Sylvie le Clezio. Source: Supplied HEZBOLLAH is operating three different sleeper cells in Australia, a leading religious leader in Lebanon has...
by Iran Aware on Apr 27, 2013

Lebanon’s Sidon’s Salafists eager for battle in Syria

A recent call by clerics in Sidon and Tripoli for “jihad” in Syria may bode ill for Lebanon’s security   Fadel Shaker was in a talkative mood when NOW found him standing outside Sheikh Ahmad al-Assir’s Bilal Bin Rabah mosque on Wednesday...
by Iran Aware on Apr 24, 2013

What is al-Qaida doing in Iran?

Shia Iran seems like an unlikely host for Sunni terrorists, but such collusion does occur when they deem circumstances demand it, writes Alex Wilner. By Alex Wilner,  With the toppling of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan in October 2001, some al-Qa...
by Iran Aware on Apr 24, 2013

Ding! Ding! Lebanon Sunni clerics declare holy war on Hezbollah

Lebanese Sunni cleric Sheik Ahmad al-Assir holds his weapon during a tense situation between his group and Hezbollah, in the southern port city of Sidon, Lebanon. Al-Assir and another Sunni cleric man Sheikh Salem al-Rafie called late Monday for jiha...
by Iran Aware on Apr 24, 2013

Uh-oh.. Lebanese Sunni cleric calls 4 Jihad 2 aid Syrian rebels against Hezbollah

  Lebanese Sunni cleric Ahmed al-Assir urges his followers to join the Syrian rebels in their fight against the Assad regime and Hezbollah. (AFP) AFP, Beirut – Sheikh Ahmad al-Assir, a controversial Lebanese Salafist sheikh, has urged his...
by Iran Aware on Apr 23, 2013

BNI:Saudi Arabia: Blogger Rotting in Jail for Daring to Discuss Islam online

BNI ISGUSTING… No lawyer will take his case because doing so could destroy his reputation. The wife and children have fled to Lebanon, fearing retribution against them because of the ‘sins’ of the father. Filed under: Abuse, Islam, Saudi Ar...
by Iran Aware on Apr 15, 2013


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