Interview of Widow of Pakistani Shia Martyr Dr Mohammad Ali Naqvi|
The widow of martyr Dr Mohammad Ali Naqvi said in an interview that he found his husband as patient and thankful to Allah. She appreciated his work and she takes pride to be called his widow.
Islam's Logical Nature Convinced Isa|
I just wanted to be a good person and this is what I found Islam is about
Iran warns Azerbaijan over Zionist arms deal|
Iran has warned Azerbaijan not to allow Zionist regime to use the country’s territory as a launchpad to stage terrorist activities against the Islamic Republic.
Shia Make Up a Quarter of 8 Million Residence of Kinshasa, Congo|
Shia with about 2.5 million people, representing 2.5 percent of the total population and mainly reside in the capital, Kinshasa.
Russia: Third Moscow International Halal Exhibition and Moscow Halal Expo, 7-10 June 2012|
Ms. Madina Emirovna: "One of the major beginnings is the development of halal store chains in different regions of Russia. Once the system is in place, it will become a great contribution to the growth of the halal industry in our country."
|Russian member of the Ahlul Bayt World Assembly:|
"Russian government has a good thought about Shias"
Hojatoleslam Famil Jafarof: "We are totally free, so we can easily do our missionary work, and even Russian National Security has benefited from that, because our activity is a kind of fighting with Wahhabism. Shiites, therefore, can do their activity freely, and government has a good thought about us."
Uprising reflects aspirations of Ummah against imperialism: Analyst|
A senior Pakistani analyst on Tuesday said that uprising in Middle East reflects aspirations of Ummah against imperialist forces and their allies.
|Kenyan member of the Ahlul Bayt World Assembly:|
"Muslim women can do more social work than the men"
"The Asian-African woman is much suppressed at the moment. She has no way of freely going to a place to work, because of the security issues the husband doesn't like her to go out to work, thinking that their household will suffer. We want to remove that idea, without bringing in the feminism issue. We want to balance and work in harmony with so we trying to do with them. "
England Shia Figure: "Muslim Women Should Find Their Place in Society"|
"You must understand, whatever Allah gives you is for a reason. So you have to think Allah is given you this state for a reason, why am I in this condition?, Maybe it's given you the states so that I can seek him. Then when you get married you made find yourself with another state. You know the people who think the grass is greener on the other side, like, if I'm married everything will be solve, if I'm a single everything will be solve, that's not true. You have to Jihad whatever you do."
Lebanese Professor: Ashura continues to inspire revolutions|
There is an interview with Ibrahim Mousawi, professor at Lebanese University, to share his opinion on this issue.
Iran, Oman Armies to Hold Friendship Quran Contest|
Deputy of the Army’s Dar-ol-Quran center said a Quran competition is planned to be held between the armies of Iran and Oman.
|Interview with Lydia de Leeuw, from the PCHR|
Gaza siege devastates health care
Many Palestinians have died while waiting for medical treatment, amongst them 17 children and 30 women.
Bengali Shia Scholar: Some of Bengali Rulers Were 12th Shia|
“The rulers of Bangladesh were the followers of Ahlul Bayt (a.s) and some of them were Shia 12th Imam,” Bengali Shia Scholar, Seyed Ebrahim Khalil Razavi stated.
Tunisia Shia Figure: “Being Shia is forbidden in Tunisia”|
On the occasion of 5th General Assembly of Ahlul Bayt (a.s) World Assembly we was lucky enough to have the opportunity to speak with Shia figures who gathered together in Tehran, the capital of Iran.
Religion is a deep human need: American Professor|
“In my view religion is a deep human need and thus an inevitable part of almost every human life,” says Michael A Gillespie, a professor of political science and philosophy in Duke University.
|An interview with Mohammed Shafiq, the chief executive of the Ramadan Foundation|
Multiple problems fueling UK unrest
Over 1200 people have been arrested by police in Brittan with the government of Prime Minister David Cameron announcing it those involved in the unrest will be dealt with in the harshest manner.
|Interview with Syed Ali Wasif, Society for International Reforms & Research, Washington|
Taliban uses Afghans as human shields
Eight Afghan civilians have been killed in the latest air strike by the US-led NATO forces in Afghanistan.
Fateful fruits of Egyptian revolution in sight/ Zionist regime declining|
|Interview with Paul Sheldon Foote, Professor of California State University, Irvine.|
West, Saudi money keeps terrorism alive
Terrorist groups exist because someone wants them to. The US, England, France, Israel and Saudi Arabia finance, train, house and protect them.
|Interview with Webster Griffin Tarpley, author, journalist and lecturer, Washington.|
Saudi Arabia alarmed by US intentions
The Saudi royal family is very afraid of US covert actions and interference in the Middle East, which is a direct threat to their stability and control of the region.
|Interview with Hesham Tillawi, host, Current Issues TV & Radio|
US Wants Chaos in Yemen
Tens of thousands of Yemenis have taken to the streets in the capital, demanding an end to US and Saudi interference in their country's internal affairs.
|Interview with Mike Prysner, Iraq War veteran, Los Angeles|
US Wages Wars to Build Empire
The British defense ministry has confirmed that its unmanned Reaper drone aircraft killed four Afghan civilians and injured two others in an attack in March.
|Interview with Michael Maloof, former Pentagon officer in Washington|
US Seeks to Balkanize Middle East and Africa
The United States will try to balkanize the Middle East and Africa to divert attention from its 'debilitating' atmosphere, a political analyst says.
''The West Is Terrified of Arabic Democracies''|
Noam Chomsky is one of the major intellectuals of our time. The eighty-two-year-old American linguist, philosopher and activist is a severe critic of US foreign and economic policy. Ceyda Nurtsch talked to him about the Arabic spring in its global context.
|Interview with Rodney Shakespeare, Chairman of the Committee against Torture in Bahrain, London.|
West Fearful of Islamic Potential
Inherent in Islam is a way forward to peace and the upcoming conference against terrorism is one example of a way that could weaken Western hegemony.