27/06/2015 - 1:11 pm
TEHRAN (FNA)- Bahraini protesters once again took to the streets to express their resentment over the continued detention of the Persian Gulf kingdom’s leading opposition figure and Shiite cleric Sheikh Ali Salman.

TEHRAN (FNA)- Taraki al-Ben Ali, the leader of the ISIL terrorist group's Bahrain branch, announced that a terrorist attack similar to what happened in Kuwait City yesterday will take place in Bahrain next week.

LONDON- Saudi Arabia’s willingness to wield its oil money on the global diplomatic stage appears to have been laid bare, after the website WikiLeaks published tens of thousands of leaked cables from Riyadh’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. WikiLeaks has not revealed its source, but a group calling itself the "Yemen cyber army" has claimed it hacked government servers.

Tehran, June 27, IRNA – Head of Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission in a message to his Kuwaiti counterpart condemned a terrorist incident in Kuwait and expressed Iran's readiness for cooperation in fight against the ominous phenomenon.

Country’s shura council postpones vote in further blow to rights groups’ hopes of ending kafala system, which ties workers to employers

Of the many unnerving aspects of the Middle East's future, a nuclear arms race would top the list. And it is to feed that unease that Saudi Arabia has been periodically dropping hints that, if Iran's nuclear ambitions go unchecked, it might just have to get nuclear weapons itself.

ABHA: Many Saudi women are now refusing to let their husbands travel abroad alone because of what they see as enticements that might lead them astray.

After ISIS struck two Shi’a mosques in Saudi Arabia with suicide bombs, the worst sectarian violence the Kingdom has seen in recent times, Saudi authorities have begun a security crackdown in the country’s Eastern Province.

Qatari authorities claim to have made improvements in the conditions for hundreds of thousands of migrant workers building for the 2022 World Cup, though human rights groups still complain about the pace of change.

Open Discussions/ Gulf Cultural Club Two challenges to mainstream faiths; Islamophobia and extremism 26th May 2015 Speakers Julian Bond* Ahmed Versi** Dr Sheikh Hojjat Ramzy***

Open Discussions/ Gulf Cultural Club UK Elections/ How valuable is the Muslim vote *Cllr. Mushtaq Lasharie **Miqdaad Versi ***Moeen Yaseen Monday, 27th April 2015 Chairman: Welcome, brothers and sisters, ladies and gentleman. Today we are just 11 days from the elections in the UK on May 7th. I think it is an opportune time for us to be discussing this topic: UK elections/ How valuable is the Muslim vote. I want to direct our panellists to look at not just how valuable the Muslim is but does the Muslim vote matter and do Muslims feel that the vote matters because that in itself is a very pertinent question. Analysts, journalists and others have been talking about ad nauseam that in about 40 constituencies where the Muslim vote could swing either way and have an impact on who would get elected.

After the Arab Spring: How Islamists Hijacked the Middle East Revolts [Book] by John R. Bradley in Books - 20/03/2012

Book of Imam Ali (AS) Released in Turkey - 21/02/2012
According to the information center of Imam Ali Specialized Library, the book is the second volume of a series published by Revak in Turkey on the Prophet's House.

Gabriele vom Bruck F o r e w o r d b y F r e d H a l l i d a y Cover design by Eugene Kuo Cover photograph Muhammad b. Muhammad Zabarah, historian (right), and his son Ahmad, the late Mufti of the Republic of Yemen, 1940s. middle eastern studies “This highly original book offers fresh insight into how traditional ideas of person, society, and responsibility, reworked in the cauldron of revolution and rapidly changing economic and political conditions, remain central to understanding contemporary society and identity politics.