Monthly Archives: December 2017

Ryabkov: IAEA not authorized to inspect Iran military sites

Speaking to TASS news agency on Saturday, Ryabkov said: ‘I would like to say absolutely clear and directly that acquiring some false topicality the theme of the IAEA work on Section T of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) over the Iran nuclear program has no topicality for us although it is a talking point now.’ In particular, Moscow …

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سليماني يرفض استلام رسالة موجهة له من مدير الـ”سي آي إي” أثناء معارك البوكمال

أعلن رئيس مكتب قائد الثورة الإسلامية محمد محمدي كلبايكاني، أنَّ قائد فيلق “القدس” التابع للحرس الثوري اللواء قاسم سليماني، رفض استلام رسالة موجهة له من مدير الـ”سي آي إي” أثناء معارك البوكمال شرق سوريا. وقال كلبايكاني، في تصريحٍ بمدينة مشهد المقدسة، أنَّ مدير الـ “سي اي إي” بعث رسالة عبر وسيط له في المنطقة إلى اللواء قاسم سليماني، أثناء معارك …

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Covered-up chic: Big brands are waking up to modest fashion

When Ruba Zai uploaded her first video online, the Netherlands-based Afghan student just wanted to share with other Muslim girls and women how she styled her headscarf. She had no idea that her “hijab tutorials” would be an internet hit, watched by hundreds of thousands worldwide. The 23-year-old now blogs full time, sharing ideas for how to look trendy yet …

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What is the effect of helping poor people in the hereafter?

In a letter to his eldest son Imam Hassan (AS), Imam Ali (AS) wrote: If you see a poor person who can carry your provision to Day of Judgment, and tomorrow when you need it, give it back to you, make the most of this opportunity of helping him/her, and (this way) place you provision on his/her shoulder. And if …

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Two bomb attacks targeted two Shia mosques in Kabul, over 70 killed

At least 72 people, including women and children, have been killed and scores of others injured in two bomb attacks that targeted two Shia mosques in Afghanistan. The first explosion rocked Imam Zaman mosque in the western district of Dasht-e-Barchi in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Friday as worshipers had gathered for prayers. A top security official said security forces at the …

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Malaria drugs could help to combat cancer

Chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine are drugs that are used to treat malaria, but a new review suggests that they may have another purpose: treating cancer.  The research — which reviewed more than 190 studies investigating how chloroquine (CQ) and hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) affect cancer cells — describes how the malaria drugs may increase tumor sensitivity to existing cancer treatments. Based on their findings, first study author Ciska Verbaanderd, …

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Australian lady converted to Islam in Imam Reza Holy Shrine

An Australian lady converted to Islam in her second attendance in Iran by uttering profession of faith at the Razavi Holy Shrine. Olivia Stephanie Hyne recounted one of the reasons for her inclination to Islam as the experience of being in Iran and familiarity with the culture of Islam. Noting that Islam is a religion that can answer many of …

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