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Egyptian head of clerics: Shia Muslims never distorted Quran, our religion & Quran is one, our religious denominations are unite

February 13, 2018 - 9:35 AM
Karbala, Iraq (AhlulBayt News Agency) - Imam Hussian holy Shrine has held a conference on peaceful co-existence and the role of the shia Muslim religious authority, popular mobilization, security forces, and Iraqs shrines in terms of protecting Iraq and maintaining its peoples unity.

The conference was attended by clerics from the Al-Azhar Mosque
Egypt, a delegation from the Peaceful Co-Existence Program committee of the Iraqi Parliament, and TV channels and media organizations.

The head of the clerics at the Egyptian Religious Endowments Nesh
at Zari said, “Peaceful coexistence is now a necessity for every religious denomination and for the peoples all over the world. Every cleric must spread the sense of moderation and love; this is what Islam calls for.”

He added that politics is what destroyed peoples and their ideologies, emphasizing that peaceful coexistence is fundamental to ensure security. He also mentioned that clerics play a vital role in fighting extremism and terrorism, and this has been proven through the religious ruling of picking up arms against ISIS.

He added further, “Media has a role in misleading religious denominations and igniting wars, in addition to instilling extremism in people, one of those misconceptions is that the Shia Muslims have a distorted Quran. This is not true, and our religion is one (Islam), our Quran is one, and our religious denominations are united.”

He concluded his speech by saying, “Together we are going to firmly stand up to whoever disseminates misconceptions to mislead the Muslim society.”




Imam Khamenei sends message to university students in Europe

January 27, 2018 - 3:48 PM
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution urged the university students to understand the 'current developments and expectations' and 'prepare themselves for them.'
(AhlulBayt News Agency) - Ayatollah Khamenei issued a message to participants attending the 52nd conference of the Islamic Union Association for Iranian Students in Europe.

The full text of the message is as follows:

In the Name of God, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful:

Dear Young University Students,

The current era and its developments define certain expectations for young individuals, which did not exist or were not known in previous times. Young university students should, thoroughly, understand these developments and the corresponding expectations, and thus prepare themselves. Islamic associations and the religious climate within them can assist you in preparing yourselves. The main point is that you work for the sake of God, enthusiastically, fulfilling your duties. If you accomplish the blessed opportunity [to do so], Divine Guidance will come to your aid, too. God willing.

I ask God to grant all of you bliss and success.

Sayyed Ali Khamenei
January 24, 2018


Erdogan: Jerusalem a red line for Muslims

December 5, 2017 - 5:27 PM
(AhlulBayt News Agency) - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to cut diplomatic ties with Israel over reports that the United States plans to recognise Jerusalem al-Quds as the Israeli capital.

Such a move would be a "red line" for Muslims, Erdogan said on Tuesday.

Reports emerged on Friday that US President Donald Trump was considering recognising Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel's capital, a move that would be symbolised by relocating the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds , upsetting decades of US policy.

The plan has drawn criticism from a number of world leaders, who fear it would further escalate regional tensions.

French President Emmanuel Macron told Trump by telephone that Jerusalem's status must be decided in peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians.

The Arab League was holding an emergency meeting on Tuesday to discuss developments on the status of Jerusalem al-Quds, after a request by Palestinian officials.

The diplomatic adviser of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said the Palestinian leadership would cut contact with the US if it recognises Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

No country currently has its embassy in Jerusalem al-Quds, and the international community, including the US, does not recognise Israel's jurisdiction over and ownership of the city.

President Donald Trump is also considering moving the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem al-Quds.

White House spokesperson Hogan Gidley said an announcement would be made "in coming days" but that the president remained committed to the move: "It's not a matter of if, it's a matter of when," he said.



Islamophobia in Poland:

Vandals shatter windows at mosque in Poland

November 28, 2017 - 8:10 PM
(AhlulBayt News Agency) - Vandals reportedly smashed the ground-floor windows of a mosque in Warsaw, Poland, on Monday, leaving worshippers worried about a growing atmosphere of intolerance toward Muslims in the country.

Police were notified of an attack on Warsaw
s Muslim Cultural Centre early Monday morning, AFP reports. Officers are still searching for the vandals, who apparently also damaged the frame of a large tent erected on the centers property. No one was hurt in the attack.

Ahmad Alattal, a coordinator at the center, told AFP that the incident isn
t the first time his mosque has been targeted. A little over a month ago, a glass bottle was reportedly broken against a window on the front door.

“We are constantly receiving threats by email, on social media and also by phone,” Alattal said in an AFP video.

Imam Youssef Chadid, a leader within Poland
s Muslim community, blamed the attack on a “not very friendly” atmosphere in the country toward Muslims and Islam.

“I am 100 percent sure this was a racist, anti-Muslim attack,” Chadid said, according to The Associated Press.

Warsaw police are reviewing security footage that showed at least two individuals participating in the attack. Authorities have asked the public to come forward with information.

There are about 22,000 Muslims living in Warsaw, according to the AP. About 500 people attend prayers at Warsaw
s Muslim Cultural Centre. The mosque is one of two Islamic religious centers in Polands capital city.



Assembly of Lovers of Ahl al-Bayt (AS) and the Issue of Takfiris;

Secretary-General of Bangladesh Ahlul-Bayt Institute: Muslims should be beside each other as members of one family

November 22, 2017 - 6:55 PM
(AhlulBayt News Agency) - At today's opening ceremony of the International Conference of Lovers of Ahl Al-Bayt (AS) and the Issue of Takrifis, Shah Sofi Ahmad Sayed Naeem Al-Deen said that today we are witnessing the victory of good over evil and reiterated by saying: "Hypocrites and the unfaithful have infiltrated the Muslim community and are scheming."
He also expressed that the followers of Ahl Al-Bayt (AS) have always been targeted by conspiracies, and that while this has always been evident, it is also obvious that the followers of Ahl Al-Bayt (AS) have always been victorious and this is a principle in Islam.
"The lovers of Ahl Al-Bayt (AS) are always vicotorious as they are following the true path of Islam; we are all Muslims and should be beside each other as members of one family," he said.
The Secretary-General of Bangladesh Ahlul-Bayt (AS) Institute stated that God wants us to stay true to His path and said: "If we stand side by side and join hands we can again witness the blessings of Ahl Al-Bayt (AS) and once again be united."
First Assembly of Lovers of Ahl al-Bayt (AS) and the Issue of Takfiris will be held during two days with the support of the World Islamic Awakening Assembly and, in cooperation with various institutions, including the Ahlulbaytat World Assembly.



Assembly of Lovers of Ahl al-Bayt (AS) and the Issue of Takfiris;

Former Afghan President: Sunnis are without a doubt lovers of Ahl Al-Bayt

November 22, 2017 - 6:32 PM
(AhlulBayt News Agency) - The former president of Afghanistan stated that the love for Ahl Al-Bayt (AS) is part of the Sunni faith, and that Sunnis are without a doubt lovers of Ahl Al-Bayt (AS).
According to the news center of the Assembly of Lovers of Ahl Al-Bayt (AS) and the Takfiri Issue, at the beginning ceremony of this assembly, Dr. Sibghatullah Mojaddedi thanked the Supreme Leader of Iran for holding this assembly and stated that : "The love for the great prophet Mohammd (PBUH) and his Ahl Al-Bayt (AS) and bonding with them and paying heed to their saying is a blessing for all Muslims."
"Love for Ali (AS) is part of being a Sunni and those who do not have that are not Sunni" he said.
The former president of Afghanistan also added that while this love is indeed part of being Sunni, it also leads to love for all. He stated that: "The love for Ahl Al-Bayt (AS) is cherished by Sunnis and the Sunni consider the enemies of Ahl Al-Bayt (AS) as their own enemies."
He added that enemies of Islam are trying to divide the Muslim community, said that "unity and friendship is a must for all Muslims".
Mojaddedi emphasized that extremist groups such as ISIS have never been a symbol of Sunnis, and also noted that it should be clear to everyone that extremism leads to conflict which is exactly what the enemy wants.
First Assembly of Lovers of Ahl al-Bayt (AS) and the Issue of Takfiris will be held during two days with the support of the World Islamic Awakening Assembly and, in cooperation with various institutions, including the Ahlulbaytat World Assembly.



Pope to visit Myanmar as Rohingyas ethnic cleansing continues

October 10, 2017 - 9:36 PM
(AhlulBayt News Agency) - Pope Francis is set to visit Myanmar in November as the Buddhist country's military is widely blamed for committing ethnic cleansing against Rohingya Muslim minority.
According to a full program of the Nov. 6-Dec. 2 trip released by the Vatican on Tuesday, the Pope will visit top Buddhist monks, military generals, and the county's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi, Reuters reported.

The trip motto is peace and love among people of different faiths.

Being the first pope to visit Myanmar, Francis is expected to address the Rohingyas' plight as he already issued a strong defense of the right of the Muslim minority to
live their faith, and criticized the countrys regime for campaign of persecution.

In a stinging attack on the Myanmarese regime in February, the Pope said the Rohingyas have been tortured and killed “simply because they want to live their culture and their Muslim faith”.

Rohingya crisis erupted on 25 August, when Myanmar
s army backed by gangs of Buddhist extremists brutally attacked Muslims in Rakhine state on the pretext of responding to the killing of security forces. In the ensuing operation, over 6,000 Rohingya Muslims have been killed in what is clearly an organized campaign of ethnic cleansing and genocide.



UN urges Myanmar's Suu Kyi to stop violence against Rohingya Muslims

October 11, 2017 - 3:56 PM
(AhlulBayt News Agency) - A senior United Nations human rights official called on Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Wednesday to stop the violence and discrimination against the Muslim Rohingya minority.

“Our ask of Aung San Suu Kyi is certainly to immediately stop the violence,” Jyoti Sanghera, head of the Asia and Pacific region of the U.N. human rights office, told a briefing held to present its report on the army campaign against Rohingya in northern Rakhine state.

Sanghera voiced concern that Rohingya who have fled to Bangladesh might be “incarcerated or detained” on return to Myanmar, where she said they lacked citizenship and other civil and political rights.

Authorities in Myanmar, led by Suu Kyi, have been tightly controlling access to Rakhine since August, when purported attacks by Rohingya fighters prompted a brutal military response that has forced over 515,000 Rohingya to flee to Bangladesh.

The crackdown has left scores of Rohingya villages torched and completely destroyed. Estimates as to how many Muslims have been killed vary from 1,000 to 3,000.

Suu Kyi, who has won a Nobel Peace Prize, has refused to take any action to end the violence.



Global commemoration for Hazrat Ali Asghar (a.s) slated for Friday

September 20, 2017 - 11:31 PM
(AhlulBayt News Agency) - Ceremonies to commemorate Hazrat Ali Asghar (AS) will be organized in Iran and 41 other countries this Friday.
Ali Asghar was martyred in Karbala on the Day of Ashura some 1400 years ago.

Every year, on the first Friday of the lunar Hijri month of Muharram, Shia mourners in Iran and other countries commemorate the six-month-old son of Imam Hossein (AS).

In the ceremonies mothers along with their babies mourn for Ali Asghar.

This year, prior to the ceremonies, a Doctrine of Global Commemoration for Ali Asghar (AS) has been unveiled during a press conference in Tehran.

Davoud Manafi, the secretary of the event
s organizing committee, said the doctrine, which has been approved by the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, has been translated into 61 languages.

He added that commemoration ceremonies on Friday will be held in 4000 places in Iran as well as in many other countries, including Iraq, Nigeria, the US, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Russia, Pakistan and Turkey.

They are aimed at promoting the message of the Ashura uprising which was promotion of virtue and prevention of vice and fighting injustice.



Workshop featuring Quran held in Berlin

September 17, 2017 - 5:37 PM
(AhlulBayt News Agency) - A workshop titled “The Essene of the Quran” was held in the German capital of Berlin on Saturday.
Organized by the Iranian Cultural Center in Berlin, the one-day event featured different topics, including common stories in the sacred books of Abrahamic faiths.

Egyptian Mohamed Amer gave a speech about this topic.

Sheikh Mohamed Mahmoud Faraj, an Egyptian Qari, and Hassan Sadeqi, a scholar with the Imam Ali (AS) Islamic Center of Frankfurt, spoke about the musical aspects of Quran recitation.

Quranic calligraphy, Tajweed recitation of the Quran, and the influence of the Quran in Muslims
lives in different societies were among other topics discussed at the workshop.

According to Seyed Ali Mojani, Iran
s Cultural Attaché in Berlin, the workshop sought to answer questions and doubts created as a result of extremist and Takfiri groups wrong interpretations of the Quran and present an accurate picture of the Holy Book to European addressees.

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