Protesters were set to gather in Baghdad’s Tahrir Square on Tuesday in response to a call for Iraqis to head to the capital on Victory Day. ...
“My feeling was indescribable when I was informed of my husband’s martyrdom. When he left the last time, he told me to look after myself ...
An estimated 8,000 people remain in the town, despite a government siege lasting four years and regular regime bombardment
Thousands of mourners attended an emotional public ceremony in Tehran
A total of 12,800 Syrians from Syria itself and other countries of refuge will be performing hajj this year
The mufti added that those helping Haftar deserve to be fought against as they are disobeying the rule of God and killing people unlawfully
Martyrdom is a noble act but it is being distorted by violence and manipulation
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