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A journey to Makkah

The moonlight lights up the holy city of Makkah as the Muslim pilgrims, gathered from across the globe, face the magnificent Holy Kaaba in awe and admiration. Staring at the Kaaba, the world and its life is left forgotten, belittled by the divinity that encompasses the place. The city of ...

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Iran complains to UNSC of Riyadh siege on Yemen

Iran has lodged a complaint with the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) over Riyadh’s blockade on Yemen and Saudi Arabia’s blocking of aid deliveries to its neighboring country. In the letter of complaint, Iran’s envoy to the United Nations Golam Ali Khoshroo said, “The Islamic Republic of Iran has tried all means to alleviate the sufferings of the ...

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Iranian Army to stage missile drill in May: Commander

A senior Iranian commander says the Army’s Ground Forces will stage a major missile exercise in the central province of Isfahan in late May. “The exercise, codenamed Beit-ul-Muqaddas 27, will be held in Kashan’s Maranjab [Desert] and Isfahan’s Nasrabad [City] on May 23-24,” Commander of the Iranian Army’s Ground Forces Brigadier ...

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Army makes gains across Syria, recaptures key points in Qalamoun

The Syrian army has carried out a series of military operations against terrorists’ strongholds in different parts of the Arab country, including the mountainous Qalamoun region near the border with Lebanon. The army managed to recapture the al-Kherbeh crossing in Qalamoun, killing dozens of terrorists in the area and hunting down ...

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Saudi jets continue pounding Yemen; civilians die

Saudi warplanes continue pounding Yemen, with more than 50 airstrikes targeting the capital Sana’a and the northern province of Sa’ada. Saudi fighter jets late Monday and early Tuesday bombarded several neighborhoods of Sana’a, including An-Nahzah, Faj Attan and Jabal al-Naqam, that left hundreds of people dead or injured, and destroyed ...

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