In a message honoring the Muslim festival of Eid al-Fitr, Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Hossein Baqeri referred to unity as the Islamic world’s pressing need in the current circumstances, calling for concerted action against terrorism.
By Allah’s favor and grace, nothing called the “Zionist regime” will exist by 25 years from now.
Majlis (the Iranian Parliament) speaker said on Tuesday that since long ago, big powers have been trying to deter the Muslim people and governments from following up the issue of Palestine through exhausting them and saying the cause has had no results after decades.
In an interview with Muslim Press, Chris Galloway, a professor from Massey University in New Zealand, expressed hopes that Quds Day rallies would “stimulate active but peaceful responses to the present intolerable situation where an occupying power has institutionalized discrimination.”
Iran’s FM spokesman Ghasemi said Sunday’s missile attack on ISIL terrorists and their bases in Syria’s Deir Ezzor was in line with national security and with reliance on national defense capabilities.
Hundreds of Bahrainis, once again, poured into the streets in various cities of the Persian Gulf country to voice their outrage over regime continued house arrest of Sheikh Isa Qassim, the spiritual leader of the kingdom’s Shiite majority.
A Federal High Court sitting in Kaduna State has adjourned the hearing of the case filed by the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (Shiites) against the Nigerian Army and three others.
The United Nations (UN) and more than a dozen rights groups, including Amnesty International, have warned that longer power cuts imposed by the Israeli regime on the besieged Gaza Strip would worsen the humanitarian situation in the Palestinian enclave.
The Iranian Navy’s 47th flotilla of warships will depart the country’s southern waters off the port city of Bandar Abbas for an overseas mission to Oman and then to international waters.