Islam Times - In July 2003, then-Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat described Mahmoud Abbas as a 'traitor' who ...
Islam Times - Israeli authorities Tuesday cancelled weekly permits allowing elderly Gazans to travel to occupied East Jerusalem ...
Islam Times - The Israeli law making body (Knesset) initially approves a bill that will legalize confiscation of privately ...
Islam Times - Israel’s ruling Likud coalition has suspended a veteran legislator from activity on a parliamentary committee ...
Islam Times - Several Egyptian pilots entered the Syrian army's airbase in Hama as Cairo has decided not to remain indifferent ...
Islam Times - Egyptian president says his country will support Syrian national army in its fight against the terrorist groups ...
Islam Times - Egypt is set to hold talks with the Gaza leadership of Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, a senior ...
Islam Times - Alwaght has arranged an interview with the Egyptian analyst and author Bashir Abdel Fattah, who is editor-...
Islam Times - A rights group has accused Indian security forces of using indiscriminate force against protesters in Kashmir, saying the forces have been routinely blocking medical care for injured protesters in the restive region this year.
Islam Times - Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar are facing ethnic cleansing and genocide of unprecedented proportions in the Buddhist country while the world watches indifferently.
Islam Times - New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key says he is resigning after some eight years in office, taking the country by surprise with the abrupt announcement.
Islam Times - Former UN Secretary General visited the southern Myanmar state amid reports on killing and displacing Muslim minority in the region.
Islam Times - A Saudi court on Tuesday sentenced 15 people to death for spying for the kingdom's arch-enemy, Iran, Saudi-owned media reported, in a ruling that could further stoke tension between the two rival powers.
Islam Times - The Saudi Arabian aggression against Yemen in March 2015 came with the intention of introducing political changes to Yemen according to the will of Riyadh.
Islam Times - Saudi Arabia's King Salman in new royal decrees has made some changes to the country's Council of Senior Scholars, dismissing the conservative religious scholars and appointing new and close-to-the-ruling-family figures instead in a bid to pave his son Mohammed bin ...
Islam Times - A prominent Iraqi Shiite cleric called on Saudi Arabia to protect the grave of the Islam’s Prophet (PBUH) against Wahhabi ideology.
Islam Times - The Lebanese army has launched a search operation in the northern parts of the country to find the gunmen who killed two soldiers a night before.
Islam Times - Earlier this month, Michel Aoun, the newly-picked president of Lebanon, accepted resignation of the Prime Minister Tammam Salam and commissioned Saad Hariri, the leader of the Future Movement, to form new government.
Islam Times - Lebanese forces have dismantled a major ISIS terrorist group cell in the country and arrested a top commander of the extremist Takfiri group.
Islam Times - Lebanese daily al-Akhbar has published a report in which it tackles the Israeli regime’s weakness in the face of security challenges against the backdrop of the recent wildfires.
Islam Times - The US Senate vote to extend sanctions on Iran for 10 additional years only proves that Iranian scepticism over American reliability when it comes to agreements was in place.
Islam Times - Members of the Iranian parliament called for a proper reaction by their government against a recent vote by the US Senate to extend anti-Iranian sanctions.
Islam Times - Iran says the United States is not empowered to violate the nuclear agreement reached between the Islamic Republic and six world countries last year.
Islam Times - A top Iranian Navy commander says the Islamic Republic will soon launch a new domestically-manufactured submarine.
Islam Times - The operation to recapture the northern Iraqi city of Mosul was launched on October 17 with presence of a coalition of forces from different Iraqi political camps following an order by the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi as the country’s commander-in-chief.
Islam Times - The American military, along with its international partners, will need to remain in Iraq even after the expected defeat of Daesh, US Defense Secretary Ash Carter said.
Islam Times - As the second largest city after Baghdad, Mosul with 1.5 million people is a city where Sunni and Shia Arabs, Kurds, Yezidis, Armenians, Assyrians, Turkmens, and even some followers of Christianity coexisted for generations. It is also the informal political and economic ...
Islam Times - Following start of ISIS' retreats in Iraq since mid-2015, the speculations on the future of Iraq more than any other time heated up.
Islam Times - Turkish President backtracked on his statement that his incursion into Syria aimed to end the rule of President Assad, and redirected it as offensives aimed at terrorists only.
Islam Times - Turkish President officially received the first Israeli envoy to his country after six years since Ankara halted relations with Tel Aviv over a raid on Gaza bound humanitarian aid ship.
Islam Times - Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has perfected the art of contradictory approach to foreign policy confounding both friends and foes.
Islam Times - Turkish armed forces have killed more than 275 members of Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in November, Anadolu Agency reported on Saturday.
Islam Times - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi says his administration is "committed" to cutting the water supply to Pakistan amid an escalation of tensions between the two nuclear neighbors.
Islam Times - Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has gone to a secret area in Pakistan bordering India to witness military exercises involving ground and air forces.
Islam Times - Over 50 people, including women and children, have been killed and more that 100 others injured in a huge bomb explosion in a Sufi shrine in southwestern Pakistan on Saturday evening.
Islam Times - Since a month, the Indian-Pakistani border clashes have continued with even more intensity. The news reports suggested that only in past few days, dozens of troops of each sides were killed on the border lines that break Kashmir in two Indian and Pakistani parts.
Islam Times - Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has accused Pakistan of waging an "undeclared war" on the violence-wracked country.
Islam Times - After retired Lt. Gen. Michael J. Flynn spoke at the Republican National Convention, The Washington Post captured the prevailing media view of Flynn in the headline: “He was one of the most respected intel officers of his generation. Now he’s leading ‘Lock her up’ chants....
Islam Times - As Afghanistan’s parliament in the past few days has been busy impeaching a number of the government ministers, the government has stated that the impeachment and dismissal of the cabinet ministers by the members of the parliament were unjustified moves.
Islam Times - Electing the Republican Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States has pushed many countries, and particularly Afghanistan, into pondering the ways of dealing with the new chief of the White House.
Islam Times - The cabinet of the new National Salvation Government headed by Prime Minister Abdulaziz Saleh bin Habtour, endorsed their general program and referred it to the Parliament for approval.
Islam Times - China is concerned about the formation of a government by the Houthi alliance, hoping that changes in Yemen should primarily serve peace.
Islam Times - Ever since the Saudi invasion of Yemen, the corporate media was mostly silent about the war crimes committed there, marking them as silent collaborators complicit in crimes against humanity.
Islam Times - At least six Pakistani sailors have reportedly been killed after a Saudi strike targeted their boat off the Yemeni coast.
Islam Times - Qatar has blocked domestic access to the main independent news site in the country claiming license issues.
Islam Times - Qatar's foreign minister says his country will continue to arm militant groups in Syria even if the US stops to do so.
Islam Times - The WikiLeaks founder says the same countries that fund the ISIS terrorist group also provide the money for Hilary Clinton’s Presidential campaign in the US.
Islam Times - Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the UAE and Jordan have purchased over 60,000 pickup trucks from Toyota Motor Corporation, according to a list of Middle East customers provided by the Japanese manufacturer. These vehicles have been delivered to ISIS terrorists in Syria and Iraq,...
Islam Times - Three American troops who were shot dead by Jordanian guards on November 4 were working with the CIA to train militants fighting against the Syrian government.
Islam Times - Three US troops were killed when security forces opened fire at a truck approaching the gate of a military base in Jordan on Friday.
Islam Times - After the onset of Mosul liberation Operation that aims to recapture ISIS's last stronghold in Iraq, and regarding the fact that this time terrorists cannot relocate into neighboring Syria, an array of speculations emerged on the next destination of ISIS and its geographic ...
Islam Times - Hundreds of Jordanians have staged a rally in central Amman in protest at a multi-billion-dollar deal struck last month to import natural gas from Israel.
Islam Times - The UN Security Council resolution which would have mandated a seven-day ceasefire in Syria’s Aleppo Russia and China was vetoed by Russia and China that believe such a Truce would only permit militants and terrorists to regroup.
Islam Times - Beijing and Moscow have arrived at the conclusion that President-elect Donald Trump is not an ideologue in the neocon sense of the term; he’s a pragmatist. Therefore, resets are inevitable, as well as surprises.
Islam Times - China says its first aircraft carrier is ready for a deterrent “war”, a change from its previous status as a training ship, intended to allow the People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) to practice with carrier usage.
Islam Times - Chinese President Xi Jinping has advised US President-elect Donald Trump to pursue cooperation as the only means to maintain bilateral relations between the world’s two largest economies.
Islam Times - Two Australian teenagers have been charged with planning a terrorist attack in their home country on behalf of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group.
Islam Times - The Australian Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed its interest in the human rights situation in Bahrain and its wish that Bahrain maintain its commitment to achieving concrete political reform based on respect for the legitimate rights and aspirations of all its ...
Islam Times - Two years in the making, John Pilger’s controversial new film Utopia reveals a shocking national secret behind the postcard image of the “lucky country”
Islam Times - Sexual abuse and misconduct against refugee children and women are pervasive at an Australian detention facility.
Islam Times - The federal high court in Abuja said Ibrahim Zakzaky, who heads the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) and his wife should be released within 45 days and ordered the government to provide them with a new home since their residence was demolished during the violence.
Islam Times - The Catholic Church in Rwanda has finally stepped forward with a long-awaited apology for its role in the mass slaughter of ethnic Tutsis in the East African nation.
Islam Times - Nigerian Police shot dead a 2-year old girl as well as 99 others in the latest round of violence against Shiite Muslims in the country.
Islam Times - Nigerian forces have opened fire at a group of Shia Muslims holding a demonstration in preparation for the upcoming Arba’een mourning rituals, which mark 40 days after the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein, the third Shia Imam.
Islam Times - A spokesman for the Libyan forces says Daesh is desperately resisting amid the advances of the country’s troops in the terrorist group’s ex-North African stronghold of Sirte.
Islam Times - In the 42 years that Colonel Muammar Gaddafi ruled Libya, Western views went from considering him a cartoon villain to believing him a model of international conduct – and back to villain again, when the West backed an armed rebellion against him.
Islam Times - On October 14, a former Prime Minister of Libya – Khalifa al-Ghwell – gathered some supporters at the Rixos Hotel in Tripoli and announced that he was the new head of government. It was a curious moment for this former engineer from the city of Misrata – the hotbed ...
Islam Times - Forces loyal to Libya’s UN-backed Government of National Accord continue advancing inside Sirte, as part of a major offensive to liberate the port city from the Daesh terrorists.
Islam Times - The Tunisian army has hunted down and shot dead a leader of a militant group affiliated with the Daesh Takfiri terrorists that killed a soldier at his home in central Tunisia.
Islam Times - Tunisia's prime minister sacked the minister of religious affairs on Friday after he accused Saudi Arabia's Wahhabi brand of Islam of being behind "terrorism and extremism".
Islam Times - Tunisia has extended for another month a nationwide state of emergency imposed across the North African country following a deadly bomb attack in November last year.
Islam Times - Tunisian Foreign Minister Khamis Al-Jheinawi said on Sunday that his country's representative to the Arab League meeting told the conferees that Tunisia opposes the AL statement regarding Hezbollah.